Questions: Sections 3-4
- A set of rules used to run meetings is called what?
- What is the most popular parliamentary rule book in the United States?
- What is the title of the person who presides over a meeting?
- How does the presiding officer recognize a person who is entitled to speak?
- Who presides when the chair is absent?
- Who is the official record keeper at a meeting?
- What is the report of the meeting called?
- Who is in charge of the organization’s money?
- Name the most common forms of address for a male presiding officer. A female presiding officer.
- What is a formal proposal, or suggestion, made by someone at a meeting called?
- How is a motion stated?
Critical Thinking Question
- Explain what might happen if parliamentary procedure were not followed at a meeting. (Answers may vary.)