Special Occasion Speeches with Debbie Curtis

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Special Occasion Speeches Advanced Manual

The five projects are:

  1. The Roast
  2. The Introduction
  3. Giving Praise
  4. Presenting an Award
  5. Receiving an Award

A roast is a speech given in honor of a specific person who is the subject of some good-natured ribbing and insults.  This tradition had nearly died out until Comedy Central started up roasts in the 2000s.  It’s now a semi-annual event.

An excellent resource on roasts can be found at the ProHumorist blog. The blogger discusses roasts and Toastmasters, which makes it very helpful to any Toastmaster looking for help with the project.

Debora Curtis

Our guest, Debora Curtis DTM PDG, thinks that this manual is so good that she’s done it twice!

Debbie Curtis reviewed the Advanced manual Special Occasion SpeechesDebbie Curtis has served in a multitude of roles in District 10 Toastmasters, including District Governor, Division Governor, Area Governor, LGM, and Finance Manager. She’s served as a conference chair, audit chair, club coach, and sponsored three clubs in District 10.  She’s been a Toastmaster for over 10 years and held every club officer role at least once.

Are You Up for an Advanced Manual Review?

On the Table – Topics for Toastmasters is looking for DTMs who are willing to talk about their favorite advanced manual.  If you’re willing to give up an hour of your time for an interview, we’d love to talk.  The following advanced manuals are currently up for review:

  • Facilitating Discussion
  • Humorously Speaking
  • Interpersonal Communication
  • Interpretive Reading
  • Persuasive Speaking
  • Speaking to Inform
  • Speeches by Management
  • Technical Presentations
  • The Discussion Leader
  • The Entertaining Speaker

Leave us a note here or contact me at onthetablepodcasts@gmail.com and we’ll talk about including your review on our podcast.

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