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Debating

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Richard Karaba

on 22 March 2011

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Transcript of Debating

Debating Case Prep room The debate Affirmative or Negative? Statment
of stance What is your position? What are you going to argure? TOPIC Definition Teamline Arguments Topic Area Define key words and phrases
Define the topic as a whole
How does it fit in with your arguments? Expresses your 'statement of stance'
Witty, clever and creative
Make sure you explain it well, in relation to your arguments Point
Reason
Example
restate your Point 'PREP' Link them back to the topic
Be clear and concise
Generalisations work only if you can back them up
Have them in a logical order
Use media references, make hypotheticals into 'findings from a study'
say what AND WHY! Tell 'em what you're about to tell 'em,
Tell 'em what you want to tell 'em,
Tell 'em what you've told 'em Roles in the Prep room 1st: Brainstorm and write down arguments on cards
2nd: Brainstorm and write down arguments on cards
3rd: Brainstorm, Definitions, Teamline and summary cards

Everyone needs to make suggestions! BY...
5 mins: jist of case and statement of stance
20 mins: arguments, definitions and teamline finished
40 mins: Palm cards written out
60 mins: arguments remembered and practiced,
arguments have been tweaked and finalised Ist Affirmative
Identify issue
Define and justify
Teamline and justify
Allocation
Arguments Ist Negative
Identify issue
Accept or amend definition
Refutation
Teamline and justify
Allocation
Arguments

'Even if' technique 2nd Affirmative
Refutation: Definitions, teamline and then arguments
Arguments 2nd Negative
Refutation: Definitions, teamline and then arguments
Arguments 3rd Affirmative
Refutation to first bell
Summary of own case
Contrast and conclude

SHOULD NOT INTRODUCE NEW MATERIAL 3rd Negative
Refutation to first bell
Summary of own case
Contrast and conclude

SHOULD NOT INTRODUCE NEW MATERIAL YOUR CASE AND STANCE?
WHOSE CASE DOES IT SUPPORT?
HOW WILL THEY REFUTE IT? MAKE
THE
POINT Aim for 6 to 8 mins Attack the core - case and teamline
Have a consise and persuasive refuation
Opposing quotes verbatim
3rd's closing remarks should be thought provoking, bring clarity and be well reasoned MAKE SURE YOUR CASE FLOWS AND IS LINKED FROM SPEAKER TO SPEAKER and EXPLAIN Who has convinced me the most? DEBATING 101 "I've been debating for, like ages!" Hugo Lee
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