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KUTARADJA TOASTMASTERS Club No.: 1204282
“where everybody can learn and unlearn in the spirit of joy and friendship”

THIRD SESSION 17.15 – 17.30 17.30 17.35 17.40 17.45 17.55 18.00 18.10 – 17.35 – 17.40 – 17.45 – 17.55 – 18.00 – 18.10 Speeches Evaluation Timer’s Report Ah Counter’s Report, Eva Language Evaluation, Ibnu General Evaluation, Lana Ballot Count Result , Eva Comments from Guests End.

Date Time Theme Words of the Day FIRST SESSION 15.00 – 15.05 15.05 – 15.15 15.15 15.45 15.50 16.10 16.15 – 15.45 – 15.50 – 16.10 – 16.15 – 16.35

: Saturday 2 May 2009 : 15.00 – 18.10 : Horror Films : Fear, suspense, thriller, superstitious

Welcoming speech and Introduction of the Team and Guests by the by the president of KUTARADJA BANDA ACEH TM Club Introduction of the Team by the Toastmaster of the Meeting, Eva Table Topic Session, Ibnu Timer’s Report, Vida E@Info Intermezzo Coffee Break Prepared Speeches: Evaluators 1. Vida 2. Diella 3. Eva Timer’s Report

SECOND SESSION 16.35 – 17.10 Speakers 1. Feby, P 6 “ How you say it” 2. Eva, P5 “Lie” 3. Lana, P 10 “Women’s Role” 17.10 – 17.15

Competent Communication: P1 : The Ice Breaker P2: Organize Your Speech P3: Get to the Point P4: How to Say It P5: Your Body Speaks P6: Vocal Variety P7: Research Your Topic P8: Get Comfortable with Visual Aids P9: Persuade with Powers P10 : Inspire Your Audience Advanced Manual The Entertaining Speaker P3, Make Them Laugh Advanced Manual Interpersonal Skills P3, Diffuse Verbal Criticsm

TOASTMASTERS CLUB Thai Tom Yam Soup Recipe Horror Films
Horror films are movies that strive to capture responses of fear, horror and terror from viewers. Their plots frequently involve themes of death, the supernatural or mental illness. Horror movies also usually include a central villain. Early horror movies were largely based on classic literature of the horror genre, such as Dracula, Frankenstein, The Wolf Man, Phantom of the Opera and Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde. Horror Films are unsettling films designed to frighten and panic, suspense and alarm, and to invoke our hidden worst fears, often in a terrifying, shocking finale, while captivating and entertaining us at the same time in a cathartic experience. Horror films effectively center on the dark side of life, the forbidden, and strange and alarming events. More recent horror films, in contrast, often draw inspiration from the insecurities of life after World War II, giving rise to the three distinct, but related, sub-genres: the horror-of-personality Psycho film, Invasion of the Body snatchers film, and the horror-of-the-demonic The Exorcist film. The last subgenre may be seen as a modernized transition from the earliest horror films, expanding on their emphasis on supernatural agents that bring horror to the world. Some horror films incorporate elements of other genres such as science fiction, black comedy, thriller and superstitious. Whatever dark, primitive, and revolting traits that simultaneously attract and repel us are featured in the horror genre. Horror films are often combined with science fiction when the menace or monster is related to a corruption of technology, or when Earth is threatened by aliens. The fantasy and supernatural film genres are not synonymous with the horror genre, although thriller films may have some relation when they focus on the revolting and horrible acts of the killer or madman. Horror films are also known as chillers, scary movies, spooky, and the macabre.

KUTARADJA BANDA ACEH TOASTMASTERS CLUB
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EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE
PRESIDENT Diella Dachlan (Diella) 0812 699 1779 VP EDUCATION Isnaini Djalil (Is) 0813 600 54774 VP MEMBERSHIP Nurul Fitri (Nurul) 0812 656 5619 VP PUBLIC RELATION Wan Putra 0812 111 3932 SECRETARY Muhammad Nizar (Nizar) 0852 606 04262 TREASURER Eva Muharti 0855 1003348 SERGEANT AT ARMS Rikky Mulyawan (Rikky) O812 693 7264 Club Mentor: Saputra Liadi 0811 65 0129

The Story of Halloween
Halloween is one of the oldest holidays with origins going back thousands of years. The holiday we know as Halloween has had many influences from many cultures over the centuries. Hundreds of years ago in what now Great Britain and Northern France, lived the Celts. The Celts worshipped nature and had many gods, with the sun god as their favorite. It was "he" who commanded their work and their rest times, and who made the earth beautiful and the crops grow. The Celts celebrated their New Year on November 1st. It was celebrated every year with a festival and marked the end of the "season of the sun" and the beginning of "the season of darkness and cold." On October 31st after the crops were all harvested and stored for the long winter the cooking fires in the homes would be extinguished. The Druids, the Celtic priests, would meet in the hilltop in the dark oak forest (oak trees were considered sacred). The Druids would light new fires and offer sacrifices of crops and animals. As they danced around the fires, the season of the sun passed and the season of darkness would begin. When the morning arrived the Druids would give an ember from their fires to each family who would then take them home to start new cooking fires. These fires would keep the homes warm and free from evil spirits. The November 1st festival was called Samhain (pronounced "sow-en"). The festival would last for 3 days. Many people would parade in costumes made from the skins and heads of their animals. This festival would become the first Halloween.


				
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