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Here are some additional online resources for debate tips you might find helpful. Best wishes!
Constructing a Case to Argue
Sample Lincoln-Douglas Debate
i can already tell my favoite part of the debate id going to be the rebutting parts on the debat. i feel like that can come naturally for me when debateing somebody on any topic, and now with these tips im going to really give it my best.
Cant wait to get to the rebuttals 🙂 That is my job of this debate. Hopefully I am prepared enough!
You did good, Chris! Kenton Bruce Anderson Instructor, Buffalo State College PhD Candidate, University of Buffalo Designer, KBA Studios, LTD firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com 917-557-6182 Weblog: http://www.kba2.wordpress.com/
Very cool to hear, Sean. I could tell it really pumped you up by the length of time it took for you to wind down after the debate!) Kudos for a good job to you and your team. Kenton Bruce Anderson Instructor, Buffalo State College PhD Candidate, University of Buffalo Designer, KBA Studios, LTD firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com 917-557-6182 Weblog: http://www.kba2.wordpress.com/
I learned to love debating.
The Lincoln-Douglas debate video was awesome. I thought setting forth the debate rules before everything began was informative and crucial for the audience’s understanding. I wish we had utilized more eye contact with our opponents during our debate – that seemed to make everything more intense and interesting. The few looks I was shot were deadly!
rebuttals may get intense in our class 🙂
Love your enthusiasm, Rose. Pleasure having your responses!
Quite the formal debate they had in the Lincoln JP morgen debate. They had suits, enough references to fill a book, and everything else. Though, in some parts of the speech, they lacked enthusiasm, but overall was good.
I’m going to have to read through these a couple of times…..
I think the rebuttals will be the best part of the debate. I Can’t wait to see the outcome of the first speeches.
I have a question on eye contact for this debate, since not all the people in the group will be speaking at once should they be looking at the speaker of their group or more focused on the audience. Also in the same respects should the speaker be looking at the group they are debating with or the audience?
Rule: Always look at your “judge”. That is audience, not opponents in this debate. Great question!
Thank you for the debate tips!
These debate tips were great!
I hope to have a good debate, rebuttals may be hard to convince the audience but this was very helpful!
These debate tips were great! Thank you.
Thank you,extremely helpful.
Thank you, But the first link is the only one that worked for me
These links are helpful
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