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To conduct business using a formal organized approach with well-defined rules from a book called Robert’s Rules of Order, the group would use:
a) Consensus. b) Dictatorship. c) Fighting. d) Parliamentary procedure.
Which objective of parliamentary law helps insure that unpopular ideas are not adopted by the group?
a) Courtesy is extended to everyone b) Only one item is addressed at a time c) Rights of the minority are protected d) The majority rules on all questions
Debate or discussion is such an important part of parliamentary law that stopping debate on a debatable motion:
a) Cannot be done. b) Can only be done by the president. c) Requires a 2/3 majority vote d) Requires a unanimous favorable vote
Which procedure guarantees that more than one person wants an item of business brought before the group?
a) Appeal the decision of the chair b) Call for a division of the house c) Motion to refer to a committee d) Second the motion
If a presiding officer wants to participate in debate on a motion, he/she should:
a) Demand to be the first speaker. b) Relinquish the duties of the chair. c) Speak before recognizing other members d) Call for a counted vote first.
Which important concept of parliamentary law helps prevent confusion at a business meeting?
a) Courtesy is extended to everyone b) Only one item is addressed at a time c) Rights of the minority are protected d) The majority rules on all questions
The motion to refer a motion to a committee should include:
a) Meeting times and places. b) Names of committee members and chairperson. c) Number on committee, how appointed, powers and when to report d) Who appoints committee, where it will meet and names of committee members
After there has been much discussion on a motion with no new ideas or information being presented, the official way to stop the discussion is to:
a) Move to amend the motion. b) Move the previous question c) Say Question. d) Say Shut up.
Address the presiding officer, receive recognition to speak, state the motion, wait for someone to second the motion, discuss the motion, vote on the motion and announce the result of the vote are steps used to receive and dispose of the:
a) Main motion. b) Motion to adjourn. c) Motion to stop debate. d) Motion to suspend the rule.
Which would be the BEST phrase to use in the introduction of a speech about The Origin of Horses in America?
a) First, I want to review the history of horses in America b) Have you ever wondered where the horses in America came from c) In summary, most horses in America came from the Spanish d) My references for this speech are from the horse industry website at www.horse.org
Which phrase would be used in the conclusion of a speech about horse racing in America?
a) First, I want to review the history of horse racing in America b) Have you ever wondered where horse racing started in America c) In summary, horse racing began in America during colonial days d) Ladies and gentlemen, my topic is ‘Horse Racing-An American Past-time’
Which phrase would be BEST used in the body of a speech about Quarter horses?
a) Do you know what a Quarter horse is? b) In conclusion, the Quarter horse is a versatile breed. c) Ladies and gentlemen, my topic is ‘Is a Quarter Horse Right for You?’ d) First, I want to review the history of Quarter horses.
The motion to refer a motion to a committee should include:
a) Names of committee members and chairperson b) Number on committee, how appointed, powers and when to report c) Who appoints committee, where it will meet and names of committee members d) Meeting times and places
The three parts of an organized prepared speech are:
a) Introduction, body, and conclusion b) Outline, table of contents, and summary c) Thesis, references, and quotes d) Hypothesis, experiment, and conclusions
The LONGEST part of a speech is the:
a) Outline b) Hypothesis c) Body d) Summary
The part of a speech used to catch the attention of the speaker’s audience is the:
a) Body b) Introduction c) Outline d) Summary
The part of a speech that restates the major points made in the speech is the:
a) Body b) Conclusion c) Hypothesis d) Introduction
The part of a speech that contains the major information that is presented by the speaker is the:
a) Conclusion b) Body c) Introduction d) Bibliography
The part of a speech that is presented first to the audience is the:
a) Hypothesis b) Table of Contents c) Introduction d) Summary
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