Parliamentary Procedure PowerPoint

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Parliamentary Procedure 1
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Objectives tate the purposes of following 1. State the purposes of following parliamentary procedure. 2. Recognize the five basic principles of parliamentary procedure. 3. Identify steps involved with presenting a motion. 4. Recognize various methods of voting. ifferentiate among five types of 2 5. Differentiate among five types of motions.
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bjective 1 Objective 1 State the purposes of following parliamentary procedure. 3
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hy Do Groups Use Why Do Groups Use Parliamentary Procedure? 4
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To give very every member a chance to be heard 5
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o allow To allow everyone to be a participating member in an rderly group orderly group 6
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To establish and maintain order in a meeting 7
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o prevent To prevent confusion when discussing club usiness business 8
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To keep the meeting moving 9
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bjective 2 Objective 2 Recognize the five basic principles of parliamentary procedure. 10
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Five Basic Principles iscuss Discuss one subject at a time. 11
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ive Basic Principles Five Basic Principles Allow full and free discussion of each idea resented presented. 12
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ive Basic Principles Five Basic Principles reat all members Treat all members with stice and justice and courtesy. 13
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ive Basic Principles Five Basic Principles Carry out the rule of the majority, nd respect the and respect the rights of the minority. 14
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ive Basic Principles Five Basic Principles Bring together the ishes of all wishes of all group members to form a cooperating, united club. 15
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bjective 3 Objective 3 Identify steps involved with presenting a motion. 16
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Motion • A motion is a formal way to bring an idea, proposal, or plan of action before a group. motion is part of an orderly way to
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