4-Parl. Procedure

4-Parl. Procedure - Parliamentary Procedure What is...

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Parliamentary Procedure
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What is parliamentary procedure? An effective and efficient way to conduct a meeting using democratic principles. The right for all to debate (even minority) Majority rule Jarrell D. Gray is an outline of Robert’s Rules of Order (British Parliament).
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Introduction Formal parliamentary procedure FFA and 4-H Contests Large meetings Informal parliamentary procedure Small meetings
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Using your Guide Preface Classification and Summary of Motions Table of Contents Importance of Parliamentary Procedure Teaching Parliamentary Procedure Fundamental Practices Classification/All the motions Order of Business/Minutes and Treasures Report Review Questions
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Presenting a Motion Rise and address the chair Recognition from the chair Reason for the motion Statement of the motion (I move that…) Second (if it’s required) Repeat of the motion by the chair
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Main Motion To present an item of business for consideration and action by the chapter. A second is required Debatable Amendable Majority vote Can be reconsidered
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Example Rise and receive recognition from the chair “Our chapter is running low on funds; therefore, I move that the chapter have a concession stand at the basketball game.
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Seconding the Motion Rise and and state in unison: “Mr./Mdm. President/Chairperson, I second the motion Once a motion has been seconded, the chair restates the motion “It has been moved and seconded that the chapter have a concession stand at the basketball game.”
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Voting Voice Show of hands Rising (stand) Ballot Majority 2/3 Rising General Consent
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Voting (Cont.) “All those in favor of having a concession stand at the basketball game say I…. .all opposed say no……. .the I’s have it, we will have a concession stand at the basketball game.”
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To modify the motion that is under consideration. Requires a second
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This note was uploaded on 01/16/2012 for the course AS&D 410 taught by Professor Kylemcgregor during the Fall '10 term at Tarleton.

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4-Parl. Procedure - Parliamentary Procedure What is...

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