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Consistent and efficient contests. Happier contestants. Happier members. Why Train Contestants? ... for Judges. Where to Get Training. See You at the Contest! ... – PowerPoint PPT presentation

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Title: To Judge or Not to Judge


1
To Judge or Not to Judge
  • Nancy Starr DTM
  • Candidate for International Director Region III

2
How did they win????
3
Discussion Items
  • Advantages of Trained Judges and Contestants
  • Judging vs. Evaluation
  • Criteria for Selecting a Winner
  • Challenges for Judges
  • Where to Get Training

4
Why Train Judges??
  • Consistent and efficient contests
  • Happier contestants
  • Happier members

5
Why Train Contestants?
  • So They Can Win!
  • Contestants should
  • Understand the Rules
  • Understand the Criteria
  • Understand Potential Biases

6
Judging vs. Evaluation
  • What IS the difference?

7
Judging vs. Evaluation
  • What IS the difference?
  • Evaluation provides FEEDBACK to the speaker to
    improve future performances
  • Judging selects a winner

8
Criteria for Selecting a Winner
  • Which is more important?
  • What you say?
  • The way you say it?

9
Criteria for Selecting A Winner
  • Content 50
  • Speech Development
  • Effectiveness
  • Speech Value
  • Delivery - 30
  • Physical
  • Voice
  • Manner
  • Language 20
  • Appropriateness
  • Correctness

10
Challenges for the Judges
  • Can you say BIAS?

11
Barriers to Objectivity
  • First or Last Speaker is BEST
  • Lets Help the Underdog
  • Halo Effect
  • Reverse Halo Effect
  • Second Time Around
  • Give Someone Else a Chance
  • Club Norms
  • Prejudice Personal Preference
  • Unfamiliar Judging Forms

12
Lets Talk Ethics
13
Judges Code of Ethics
  • Demonstrate Objectivity
  • Ignore Timing
  • Support the Rules
  • Refrain from Criticism
  • Do Not Reveal Scores or Rankings
  • Dont Judge if You Have a Conflict (real or
    perceived)

14
Lets Test Our Knowledge
15
Test Question 1
  • How many points should you deduct when the
    contestant is not wearing his or her Toastmaster
    pin?
  • Which category?

16
Test Question 2
  • How many points should you deduct when the
    contestants jewelry interferes with the
    microphone?
  • Which category?

17
Test Question 3
  • How many points should you deduct when the
    contestant fails to acknowledge the Contest
    Chairman?
  • Which category?

18
Test Question 4
  • How many points should you deduct when the
    contestant has an accent or dialect that is
    difficult to understand?
  • Which category?

19
Test Question 5
  • How many points should you deduct when the
    contestant uses a derogatory phrase or vulgar
    language?
  • Which category?

20
Test Question 6
  • You are approached by a contestant who wants to
    know why they didnt win.
  • What do you say?

21
Test Question 7
  • The contestant has a terrific presentation
    funny, dynamic, entertaining but it wasnt
    really a speech. Do I deduct points?
  • Which category?

22
Test Question 8
  • The first contestant was GREAT and I gave him
    almost a perfect score. But then the next
    speaker was even better!
  • How do I score the
    better speaker?

23
How Did We Do?
  • Are you comfortable with your knowledge of
  • the Rules?
  • the Criteria?
  • the Barriers?

24
Attend Judges Training
  • Toastmasters Leadership Institute !
  • Contact your Lt. Governor Education and Training

25
Review Objectives
  • Advantages of Trained Judges and Contestants
  • Judging vs. Evaluation
  • Criteria for Selecting a Winner
  • Challenges for Judges
  • Where to Get Training

26
See You at the Contest!
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