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SMALL ANIMAL. Unit A: Leadership Development. Conducting a Business Meeting. Objective 1.03: Use Robert ’ s Rules of Order to conduct an orderly transaction of Business. A-Parliamentary Law. Robert ’ s Rule of Order 1-BOOK OF AUTHORITY

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SMALL ANIMAL

Unit A:

Leadership Development

conducting a business meeting

Conducting a Business Meeting

Objective 1.03:

Use Robert’s Rules of Order to conduct an orderly transaction of Business

a parliamentary law
A-Parliamentary Law
  • Robert’s Rule of Order

1-BOOK OF AUTHORITY

2-Assures that all sides are treated fairly and that everyone has the opportunity to discuss and vote

parliamentary law
Parliamentary Law

3-Main Objectives:

  • Focus on one item at a time
  • Extend courtesy to everyone
  • Observe the rule of the majority
  • Ensure the rights of the minority
parliamentary law1
PARLIAMENTARY LAW

METHODS OF VOTING (4 )

  • Voice-
    • Say AYE (Pronounced “I” ) for Yes or No, when called to vote
  • Rising-
    • Stand or show of hands to vote
  • Secret Ballot-
    • written vote/ ballot used for elections and nominations
  • Roll Call-
    • secretary asks each member to state vote
voting
Voting

5- Single majority

  • one vote more than 50% or ½ of the votes cast

6-Two-thirds majority

  • 2/3 of the voting members must be for the motion
  • usually used when the rights of the members are limited or spend more money
voting1
Voting

7-Quorum

  • number of members required to conduct business
the gavel
The Gavel
  • The president uses the gavel to control aspects of the meeting.
  • SYMBOL OF AUTHORITY!
1 tap
1 TAP
  • BE SEATED
  • THE RESULT OF A VOTE HAS BEEN ANNOUCED
    • EXAMPLE: THE MAIN MOTION PASSED
  • THE MEETING HAS ADJOURNED
2 taps
2 TAPS
  • THE MEETING IS CALLED TO ORDER
3 taps
3 TAPS
  • MEMBERS SHOULD STAND ON THE

THIRD TAP

* You will hear 3 taps that means to stand, but only stand after or on the third tap

series of taps
SERIES OF TAPS
  • ORDER IN THE COURT!!
  • Well not really, it means to “be quiet and regain order”
table of motions
Table of Motions

Highest

  • Privileged
  • Incidental
  • Subsidiary
  • Unclassified

Lowest

presiding officer
Presiding Officer
  • Chapter FFA President
  • Must be fair and impartial
  • Must relinquish the chair when the president desires to discuss business
main motion
Main Motion
  • Used to get group approval for a new project or some other course of action
  • Wording: “I move” NOT “I make a motion”
amendments
Amendments
  • Used to change a main motion
  • 3 ways to amend: addition, substitution, striking out
  • Wording: “I move to amend the motion”
adjourn
Adjourn
  • Used to end a meeting
  • Wording: “I move to adjourn”
  • PRIVILEDGED MOTION
    • TAKES PRECEDENCE
appeal
Appeal
  • Changes a decision made by the chair
  • Wording: “I appeal the decision of the chair”
point of order
Point of Order
  • Used when one believes a parliamentary error has been made
  • Wording: “I rise to a point of order”
previous question
Previous question
  • Used to stop debate and vote
  • Wording: “I move to previous question”
refer to committee
Refer to committee
  • Used to gain more information on a motion before voting
  • Wording: “I move to refer this motion to a committee to report at our next meeting.”
opening and closing ceremonies
OPENING AND CLOSING CEREMONIES
  • During opening and closing cermonies of the FFA, the chairman asks you “ FFA members, why are YOU here?”
    • At this point you will here 3 gavel taps ( 3= stand)
    • And you will repeat in unison the FFA Response
ffa unison
FFA UNISON
  • To practice brotherhood, honor agricultural opportunities and responsibilities, and develop those qualities of leadership which an FFA member should possess.
assignment
Assignment
  • You will be divided into 2 groups and will work on a business meeting with correct parliamentary Procedure
  • You will be given a rubric for grading and what is expected from you.
  • One group will grade the other group.
handout
Handout
  • Hand out vocats prompt from test bank for running a business meeting
  • Also rubric in curriculum/ instructional guide