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What is Debating?

an introduction to the basic concepts of debate
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DebbieAnne Baione-Doda

on 26 September 2015

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Transcript of What is Debating?

Debating Like a trial Argument Elements of Debate Types of Debate A debate is an organized clash of good ideas. Each side employs worthwhile evidence to promote their viewpoint and to rebut the "flawed" evidence advanced by the other side. Debating is a formal intellectual contest and there are endless ways it can be played. prosecutors defense judge witnesses evidence jury proof affirmative burden of proof prima facie negative judge persuasion rebuttal impromptu extemporaneous policy value Standard
Format Stock Issues harm significance inherency solvency disadvantage uniqueness 1st Affirmative Constructive 1st Negative Constructive 2nd Affirmative Constructive 2nd Negative Constructive 1st Negative Rebuttal 1st Affirmative Rebuttal 2nd Negative Rebuttal 2nd Affirmative Rebuttal
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