Building a Storytelling Path

Making Your Pathways Work For You

If you’ve been listening to the past year’s podcasts of Toastmasters 101, you’ve heard me say that I want a good storytelling path.

Sadly, it’s not in development as far as I know. When I last asked, I was told that no new paths are being worked on now.

Hmmph.

So what am I going to do?

INTRO

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Welcome to Toastmasters – where in about an hour a week, we can teach you public speaking and leadership skills. You will change your life as you improve your communication skills and discover the leader inside you. This is Toastmasters 101. I’m your host, Kim Krajci.

While working on this podcast, I’ve seen that the difference between the paths is not tremendously significant. Levels 1 and 2 are virtually identical. Level 3 – the majority of it is public speaking skills. Pathways really doesn’t diverge to concentrate on the different fields until Level 4.

Even then, the projects are pretty much the same across the paths. Even Level 5 has many of the same projects.

So if I’m asking for a storytelling path, what might I get? Continue reading “Building a Storytelling Path”

Don’t Forget Your Post-Test

Every project has several steps.  You’ll start with a pretest to determine where you stand.

The tests in particular need to be full screen.  So make sure you open the pop-up window all the way – some of the test instructions won’t show up in the small window.

Pathways pretests aren’t programmed the same way as the rest of the site.  In general, you just press the arrow on the right side of the screen to move to the next page.  However, on the tests, you select your answer for each question, but when you get to the last question, you have look at the bottom of the window to see a button that says “submit.” Continue reading “Don’t Forget Your Post-Test”