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COMM 140P sec 2 Tuesday, April 13
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Agenda Guest speaker Review Debate Elements Parliamentary Debate Value Debate Stock Issues Looking Ahead
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Review Debate Elements What are the three types of resolutions? What are the stock issues? What constitutes a prima facie case?
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Debate 2 Overview Format Policy vs. Value Debates Rules of Parliamentary Debate Brief Requirements
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Debate 2 Format* American Parliamentary Debate (modified) Generally 2 on 2 Two phases of debate: Constructive and Rebuttal Side to be determined on day of debate Each team will need to submit both an Affirmative and a Negative brief. One person will be responsible for giving the rebuttal (1 st speaker per team will speak twice) * format same for final exam on Friday, April 30
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Debate Phases Constructive Phase is for Building arguments Refuting arguments Extending arguments Rebuttal Phase is for Summarizing arguments Weighing the arguments against each other Proving your team has won the debate
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Policy debate advances a specific course of action. To win a Policy Debate: AFF must show that there are more advantages to taking the course of action than not doing it. NEG must show that there are more disadvantages than advantages AFF must provide a prima facie case which includes the following arguments: Background Definitions of key terms Inherency Plan Advantages NEG must provide Disadvantages (DA), not just support status quo Value debate interprets the resolution and then justifies it. AFF must show that the value they support is a good standard or a good goal NEG must show that AFF doesn’t support their value or there’s a better value AFF must provide a prima facie case which must include the following arguments: Background (same as policy debate)
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