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Debate guidelines - EDUC 1020.02 Debate Guidelines Debate...

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EDUC 1020.02 Debate Guidelines Debate Assessment: Debate Rubric (Completed by audience and used to determine which team “won” the debate.) Issue Did not address the topic Generally addressed the topic Consistently addressed the topic Gazelle-like focus Factual basis Used few facts to support argument Used some facts, but facts were poorly aligned to argument. Facts were consistently used and relevant. Facts were consistent, relevant and compelling Persuasiveness Arguments were unclear and unconvincing Arguments were clear, but not compelling Arguments were clear and persuasive Arguments were compelling and convincing Organization Seemed disorganized Organized, but lacked energy or enthusiasm Introduced argument in dynamic way that enlisted support from the audience Inspired an edge- of-my-seat attention Debate Rubric (Completed by team members and used to assess debate for course-grading purposes.) Leadership Team member was passive. Team member produced few new ideas. Team member tended to do only what others told him or her to do. Team member produced some new ideas. Team member participated in organization of tasks. Team member produced many new ideas. Team member initiated organization of tasks. Team member offered focus and direction for project. Support Team member did not help others. Team member criticized project or other group members.
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