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Debate

Explaining a simple debate structure
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Andrea Kantor

on 10 June 2011

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Transcript of Debate

Debate Structure Affirmative Side Negative Side A formal contest in which the affirmative and negative sides of an issue are advocated by opposing sides. Time to Debate! REVIEW TERMS debate: rebuttal: resolution: A statement of opinion which can be argued. To speak against someone else's opinion to prove that it is wrong. Defines the topic.

States the resolution.

Presents reasons to support
their case. Accepts or rejects the opponent's definition of the topic.

States the rebuttal.

Presents reasons to support
their rebuttal. Speaker Roles Three speakers from each side. Affirmative

1st affirmative
2nd affirmative
3rd affirmative Negative

1st negative
2nd negative
3rd negative
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