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Unformatted text preview: 10/26/2009 1 • TODAY – Class 20 • Environmental Policy – Brander (10; pp 231 - 247); – Brander (11 pp 262 265) – open access – Brander (11, pp 262 - 265) – open access resources. • LiveSmart BC, “The effects of climate change” • “The UP side of global warming” • Next class – Environmental policy continued Requirements for debates • 2 page summary or outline for the class (use point form) • Upload then submit summary through the Debate Assignment Drop box on the Course content page of the class website – practice anytime by submitting a test file . • Deadline: 11.00 am the PREVIOUS day – potential late penalty of 5%. – E.g. Debate 1 Wed Nov 4 – due by Tues. at 11.00 am – E.g. Debate 3 Mon Nov 16 - due by Sun. at 11.00 am • Each team is responsible for making copies for the class: Comm394- Barbara Spencer Each team is responsible for making copies for the class: max 47 copies (including team members) • Download the Debate Information sheet (From Course content page click on Course Instructions and you will see the sheet) 10/26/2009 2 References • The 2-page summary or outline should include a list of references to the key articles used – Teams are expected to do their own web search for Teams are expected to do their own web search for relevant articles • The key references should be listed at the end of page 2 of the handout. – Teams with a large number of references can put extra references on a third page, which they include in their debate submission through the course website The handout is limited to two pages website. The handout is limited to two pages. • The articles on the course web-site are to be read by class members as background. They should help class members prepare to ask questions of teams during the debate. Debate Rules • Initial presentation is 7- 8 min (2 or 3 team members). Closing statement (2 min) after questions by the class....
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This note was uploaded on 02/14/2010 for the course COMM 296 taught by Professor Dasgupta during the Fall '08 term at UBC.
- Fall '08