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A Project is an educational assignment necessitating personal initiative.  Source:  adapted from Dictionary.com (June 16, 2016).  The Toastmasters [[level]]s and [[manual]]s typically are divided into projects, with a given [[manual]] usually having five or ten projects, and a given [[level]] having two, three or four projects.   
 
A Project is an educational assignment necessitating personal initiative.  Source:  adapted from Dictionary.com (June 16, 2016).  The Toastmasters [[level]]s and [[manual]]s typically are divided into projects, with a given [[manual]] usually having five or ten projects, and a given [[level]] having two, three or four projects.   
  
The ([[legacy]]) communication [[manual]]s have projects, and the ([[legacy]]) leadership [[manual]] also has projects.
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The ([[legacy]]) communication [[manual]]s had projects, and the ([[legacy]]) leadership [[manual]] also had projects.
  
 
The new [[Pathways]] program also has projects, with each [[level]] of each [[path]] containing several projects.  See the various [[path]]s for sample project titles.
 
The new [[Pathways]] program also has projects, with each [[level]] of each [[path]] containing several projects.  See the various [[path]]s for sample project titles.

Revision as of 15:26, 1 August 2020

A Project is an educational assignment necessitating personal initiative. Source: adapted from Dictionary.com (June 16, 2016). The Toastmasters levels and manuals typically are divided into projects, with a given manual usually having five or ten projects, and a given level having two, three or four projects.

The (legacy) communication manuals had projects, and the (legacy) leadership manual also had projects.

The new Pathways program also has projects, with each level of each path containing several projects. See the various paths for sample project titles.