Toastmasters Advance Manual: The Entertaining Speaker – To err/make Mistakes is Human by Sadiksha Thapa

Advance Manual: The Entertaining Speaker

Assignment #3 : Make Them Laugh

Objectives:

  • To prepare a humorous speech drawn from personal experience
  • To strengthen the speech by adapting and personalizing humorous material from outside sources
  • To deliver the speech in a way that makes the humor effective

Time:

5 – 7 Minutes

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Toastmasters Project #3: My Best Friend by Shraddha Kunwar

I have asked him several times, “What if I didn’t have you by my side as my best friend?” And the answer that I get always is a lick on my face and a wagging tail. How beautiful it is, that certainly melts my heart away. I am talking about my dog, a friend in disguise. Let me ask ,”How many of you are blessed to have one?” You might be one of them and if not then you’ll surely be the next in the line.

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Toastmasters Advance Manual: The Entertaining Speaker – That Girl in Red Dress by Sadiksha Thapa

Advance Manual: The Entertaining Speaker

Assignment #2 : Resources for Entertainment

Objectives:

  • Draw entertaining material from sources other than your own personal experience.
  • Adapt your material to suit your topic, your own personality and the audience.

Time:

5 – 7 Minutes

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Toastmasters Special Occasion Advanced Manual – An ode to Buwa by Preeti Adhikary

Advance Manual: Special Occasion Speeches

Assignment #2 : Speaking in Praise

Objectives:

  • Prepare a speech praising or honouring someone, either living or dead.
  • Address five areas concerning the individual and his/her accomplishments.
  • Include anecdotes illustrating points within the speech.

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Toastmasters Project #4: Accept The Unexpected by Kreeti Shakya

Acres of grey sand and a riveting river flowing by

Surrounded by giant green hills and clouds clattering in the sky

I was there standing stunned in a solitary beach

But I was not all alone, my friends. With me there were 26 students that I teach.

Good Evening. Presiding Officer, Toast Master of the Evening, Fellow Toastmasters and Guests.

This is the scene of a sunny summer evening on the 3rd Friday of May of 2013. After a long bus ride through not so smooth and not so straight road we reached our destination in the banks of Trishuli. The only problem – what we encountered was not what we had expected.

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Toastmasters Ice Breaker: Out of the Comfort Zone by Puspa Chandra Khanal

Presiding Officer, Toastmaster of the evening, fellow Toastmasters and dear guests.

My name is Puspa Chandra Khanal. Spelled as P-U-S-P-A. In Nepal people feel easy to pronounce my name. But when I was in Delhi for my study of chartered accountancy it was miserable.

I can say I spent my whole 4.5 years just instructing people to pronounce my name correctly. In India people are familiar with the word either pusp or Pushpa.

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Toastmasters Project #2: Organization & Efficiency by TM Saheel Baral

Being organized means being disciplined. Being organized means knowing what to do, when to do and with what to do that you’re about to do. Being organized means being efficient and an amazing time management professional. And time management, whether you’re a doctor, an engineer or a lover boy – is mandatory. So how does being organized benefit you? It makes you efficient, professional and an incredible time manager.

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Toastmasters Project #4: Why I Write by TM Shashank Poudel

We come to Toastmasters to be better orators, better leaders, and better initiators.

Speaking skills and public speaking skills are such an integral part of effective interpersonal communication, aren’t they? In fact, trying to effectively communicate without those skills is like trying to jump without bending your knees.

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