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NAUDL Introduction to Judging Policy Debate

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Luke Hill

on 3 November 2015

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Transcript of NAUDL Introduction to Judging Policy Debate

Introduction to Judging Policy Debate
Resolved: The United States federal government should substantially curtail its domestic surveillance.
Educational tool
Single topic debate all year by all students
Burden of rebuttal
Is the plan a good idea?

Who is in a debate?
2 Affirmative Debaters
2 Negative Debaters
1 Judge
Affirmative Team
Negative Team
Speech Times
First Affirmative
First Negative
Second Affirmative
Second Negative
First Negative
First Affirmative
Second Negative Rebuttal
Second Affirmative Rebuttal
Cross Examination
3 minutes each
Preparation Time
Shared by the team
Human decisions are contributing to the rapid decline of coral reefs around the world.

Plummer, senior editor at Vox.com, 2014
[Bradley. “Caribbean coral reefs could disappear "within a few decades” 7/7/14 http://www.vox.com/2014/7/7/5876909/caribbean-coral-reefs-could-disappear-within-a-few-decades]

Coral reefs in the Caribbean are on track to "virtually disappear within a few decades," a major new report warns. But there's also a way to slow decline. Protecting just a single fish — the brightly colored parrotfish — could help save the reefs from doom.
There's little doubt that the Caribbean's coral reefs have declined sharply since the 1970s, under heavy stress from invasive pathogens, overfishing, coastal pollution, tourism, and now global warming that's heating up the oceans.

Check in
Confirm Times
Report Conflicts
Pick Up a Ballot
Report to your round
In the Debate Round:
Smile and get to know the teams
Silence your cell phone
Communicate with nonverbals
Provide Positive Feedback
One thing done well
One thing that could be better
Do not disclose your decision

Take notes

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