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2 CONTENTS IMPORTANT DATES... 1 CONTACT DETAILS... 1 INFORMATION SHEET... 2 NOMINATION FORM... 3 PARTICIPANT DETAILS... 4 PHOTO CONSENT FORM... 5 INFORMATION FOR THE PREPARATION OF YOUTH PARLIAMENT... 6 TIME ALLOWED FOR SPEECHES... 6 SPEECH TEMPLATE... 7 KEY ROLES... 8 MOTIONS... 9 ADJOURNMENT DEBATE... 9 ETIQUETTE ON THE DAY SAMPLE PROGRAM GLOSSARY... 14

3 IMPORTANT DATES Item Due Date/Time Page Friday 3 School Nominations due 20/3/2015 Preliminary Briefing (for teachers) All other documentation due Participant details Photo consent forms Second briefing (for teachers and students) Youth Parliament 3.45pm Monday 30/03/2015 Monday 27/04/ & pm Monday 25/05/ am Thursday 28/05/2015 CONTACT DETAILS Please fax all forms to or scan and to Annemarie Groth Parliamentary Education Officer Parliamentary Education and Communications Secretariat Parliament House Cnr George and Alice Streets Brisbane Queensland 4000 Ph: web: 1

4 INFORMATION SHEET 2

5 NOMINATION FORM 3

6 PARTICIPANT S DETAILS 4

7 PHOTO CONSENT FORM 5

8 INFORMATION FOR THE PREPARATION OF YOUTH PARLIAMENT TIME ALLOWED FOR SPEECHES 1. Leaders Statements Approximately 4 minutes in total length 2 minutes (max) Premier 2 minutes (max) Leader of the Opposition 2. Debate on Government Motion Approximately 30 minutes in total length Moved by Minister for Health 1 minute (max) for all speakers 3. Debate on Opposition Motion Approximately 30 minutes in total length Moved by Shadow Minister for Education 1 minute (max) for all speakers 4. Adjournment Debate any topic Approximately 35 minutes in total length 1 minute (max) speech for each speaker Each student should bring two copies of their speech (one for the Hansard record). This is so we can make a transcript of the Youth Parliament. It would be helpful if each student wrote their seat name or role on the top of the speech. 6

9 SPEECH TEMPLATE GREETING OPENING LINE Thank you Mr/Madam Speaker examples of opening line: I rise to inform the House OR I rise to speak on OR I draw to the attention of the House OR I would like to advise the House of the recent events of OR I inform this House of OR At the outset I congratulate the Minister for OR I am pleased to advise the House OR Today I want to share with the House OR I rise to acknowledge a wonderful event It gives me great pleasure to inform the House of CLOSE Thank you Mr/Madam Speaker. 7

10 KEY ROLES Government Minister for Health: Premier: Leader of the House: Government Whip: Deputy Government Whip: Opposition Shadow Minister for Education: Leader of the Opposition: Opposition Whip: Deputy Opposition Whip: Other Sergeant-at-Arms: Parliamentary Attendant: Moves government motion (reads from script) and delivers a speech addressing reasons for the motion Delivers two minute speech - A Vision for Queensland Moves motion for the House to adjourn reads from script Counts Government votes in the Division and reports results to Speaker Counts Government votes in the Division Moves Opposition motion (reads from script) and delivers speech addressing reasons for the motion. Calls Divide at each Division. Delivers two minute speech - A Vision for Queensland Counts Opposition votes in the Division and reports results to Speaker Counts Opposition votes in the Division Carries the Mace. Leads the Speaker into the Chamber. Places the Mace on the hooks. Looks after the timer and the bell. At the conclusion of each speech, an attendant collects a copy of the speech and puts it into the relevant folder 8

11 LEADERS STATEMENTS A vision for Queensland MOTIONS Youth Motion Good Health Measures (Moved by the Minister for Health) Government Motion I move that that this Youth Parliament supports: (1) the introduction of a tax on junk food; (2) that advertising of junk food should be banned; and (3) that schools must provide free nutritional meals to students at lunch time. Youth Motion Flexible Education and Employment for Young people (Moved by the Shadow Minister for Education) Opposition Motion I move that this Youth Parliament supports: (1) that Queensland schools will open from 9am -1pm Monday to Saturday; (2) that school children between the age of 10 and 13 should be permitted to work in paid employment for up to 10 hours per week; and (3) that employees be paid a standard hourly rate regardless of age. (A motion is a proposal for action put forward in the Parliament, for consideration, debate and decision.) ADJOURNMENT DEBATE At the conclusion of the day s sitting, a 30 minute debate ensues in which Members from all sides of the House may each speak for on any matter of their choice for up to three minutes. This is called the Adjournment Debate. (For the Youth Parliament each person allocated to speak in this debate will speak for one minute.) Note: Each school has some students speaking to a motion and some speaking to the adjournment debate. Each student has just one speech. 9

12 ETIQUETTE As in any other forum for debate, there are certain rules which each participant must follow in the Parliament. The following list of Parliamentary etiquette has been based on the rules that apply in in the Legislative Assembly of Queensland. Behaviour should be appropriate and respectful. All Parliamentary staff and Youth Parliamentarians must follow this code while in the Chamber: Address the Presiding Officer (Speaker or Deputy Speaker) when speaking Refer to the Speaker by his/her correct title (i.e. Mr or Madam Speaker) Bow to the Speaker when entering or leaving the Chamber Rise when the Speaker enters or leaves the Chamber Sit down or remain seated when the Speaker speaks or is speaking Do not pass between the Speaker and the Member speaking when moving within the Chamber Do not turn your back on the Speaker except when leaving the Chamber Follow all directions given by the Speaker Be respectful and behave appropriately in the Chamber at all times as the Speaker has the power to remove any disobedient Member Refer to those holding leadership positions as the Honourable Premier, Deputy Premier, Leader of the Opposition or Deputy Leader of the Opposition, Minister for Education etc. Refer to all other Members by the name of their electorate (e.g. the Member for Georgina) Say, Hear, hear! rather than clapping, as applause is not permitted in the Chamber or Gallery Remember that speeches and interjections must be made from Member s own seat Use appropriate and respectful language, remembering that the use of words such as lie or liar is considered unparliamentary 10

13 ON THE DAY Arrive at the venue by 9.00am. Teachers collect the Youth Parliament booklet and name tags from the Registration Desk. The Youth Parliament booklets contain a map of the seats in the Youth Parliament. Students need to find their seats according to the map. The seats will have their electorate names on them. When it is time to speak, each student must move to the lectern and speak into the microphone. There will be a one minute sand timer to monitor time and a bell will ring when the time is expired. At the end of each speech the parliamentary attendant will collect the spare copy of the speech for the Hansard record. Notes for the Sergeant-at Arms A member of the Parliament House staff will show you what you need to do before the Youth Parliament begins Before the Youth Parliament begins, place the mace over your right shoulder and say Honourable Members Madam Speaker. Lead the Speaker into the Chamber Place the mace in the hooks. TIMING Do not turn over timer until the person speaking has said Thank you Madam Speaker or Thank you Mr Speaker The Premier and the Leader of the Opposition have 2 minutes to speak so turn over the timer after the sand has run out once Everyone else has one minute Do not start timing for the Minister for Education until after he/she has read out the motion on page 7. Do not start timing for the Deputy Premier until after he/she has seconded the motion on page 7. 11

14 Do not start timing for the Shadow Minister for Education until after he/she has read out the motion on page 11. Do not start timing for the Deputy Leader of the Opposition until after he/she has seconded the motion on page 11. At morning tea collect the mace from the table, carry over your right shoulder and lead the Speaker from the Chamber. After morning tea place the mace over your right shoulder and say Honourable Members Madam Speaker. Lead the Speaker into the Chamber Place the mace in the hooks. At the conclusion of the Youth Parliament, collect the mace from the table, carry over your right shoulder and lead the Speaker from the Chamber. Notes for the Parliamentary Attendants A member of the Parliament House staff will show you what you need to do before the Youth Parliament begins You will have 4 folders labelled for each debate. Leader Statements Government Motion Opposition Motion Adjournment Debate You are looking after either the Government or Opposition Speeches. Follow the program and collect each speech when the person has finished speaking. You can use the map to find where they are sitting. Check that the speech has the seat name written on it. If not please write the name of the seat at the top of the page. Arrange the speeches in order. 12

15 SAMPLE PROGRAM YOUTH PARLIAMENT TIME PROGRAM PERSON CHAIRING 9.00am 9.15am 9.15am 9.30am Registration (Students move to allocated seats) Briefing of Youth Members Parliamentary Education Officers Queensland Parliament 9.30am 9.35am Opening of Youth Parliament Speaker of the Legislative Assembly 9.35am 9.40am 9.40am 10.15am Leaders Statements A Vision for Queensland (2 minute speeches) Debate on motion (Government) (one-minute speeches including Division) Member of Parliament 10.15am 10.45am 10.45am 11.20am Morning Tea Debate on motion (Opposition) (one-minute speeches including Division) Member of Parliament 11.20am 12.00pm Adjournment Debate Member of Parliament 12.00pm 12.10pm Closure Speaker of the Legislative Assembly 12.10pm 12.30pm Certificates and Photos Please note that the program will be subject to change on the day. 13

16 GLOSSARY Act An Act of Parliament is a law passed by the Legislative Assembly and assented to by the Governor. Adjournment Debate On each sitting, when the Question, That this House do now adjourn, is proposed by the Leader of Government Business or a Minister at the conclusion of the day s sitting, a 30 minute debate ensues in which Members from all sides of the House may each speak for on any matter of their choice for up to three minutes. Backbencher A Member of Parliament who is not a Minister, Shadow Minister or presiding officer. Bicameral A Parliament consisting of two Chambers. Bill A Bill is a proposal for a law, either a new law or to change to an existing law, placed before the Parliament for its consideration. Cabinet The group of senior Ministers in a Government. Clause A clause is a numbered provision in a bill. Once a Bill becomes an Act, a clause is known as a section. Clerk of the Parliament The Clerk of the Parliament is the senior permanent official of a House of a Parliament who advises on procedure and records the decisions of the House, and is the Chief Executive Officer of the Parliamentary Service. Coalition A coalition is the joining together of two or more groups or parties, usually to form a Government or an Opposition. Conscience vote A conscience vote is a vote in Parliament in which Members are free to vote according to their own judgment or belief, and not necessarily according to the guidelines, policies or decisions of their political party. Constitution A constitution is a set of basic rules by which a country or state is governed. Australia s constitution is set out in the Commonwealth of Australia Constitution Act. Cross the floor To vote during a Division in the Parliament with a party other than that for which a Member was elected. Division A Division is the separation of the Members of a House of Parliament into two groups, for and against a proposal, so that their votes can be counted. Executive The Executive is the branch of government which carries out or administers the laws. In Queensland, the Executive consists of the Premier and up to 18 other Ministers (the Cabinet) and the Queen, represented by the Governor. 14

17 First Reading After a Bill has been introduced in the Parliament, the Clerk reads the short title of the Bill for the first time. Frontbencher A frontbencher is a Member of Parliament who is a Minister or Shadow Minister. Independent An Independent is a Member of Parliament who does not belong to a political party. Mace Once a weapon of war shaped like a club, and the symbol of royal authority, but now the symbol of authority of Parliament and its Speaker. Motion A motion is a proposal for action put forward in the Parliament, for consideration, debate and decision. Petitions A petition is a formal document expressing a particular grievance by a person or persons, which is presented to the Parliament through a Member of Parliament. It includes a request for Parliament to act upon the petition. Royal Assent Following the passage of legislation through the Assembly, three parchment copies of the Bill are signed by the Governor on behalf of the Queen. Second reading After the second reading debate and after agreement is reached that the Bill be given a second reading, the Clerk again reads the short title. Sitting A sitting day is a day when Parliament meets to deal with its business. It commences when the Speaker takes the Chair and opens with prayers. It closes when the House is adjourned. The sitting may be temporarily suspended for meal breaks. Teller A teller is a Member, usually a Whip, who is chosen to count the Members voting either for the ayes or the noes in a Division. Third Reading This is the final stage in the legislative process. The Minister in charge of the Bill moves the motion for the third reading. This is the last opportunity for the Parliament to consider the Bill. The Clerk reads the short title of the Bill a third and last time after the third reading motion has been agreed to. 15

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