Speech Three Point Break Down

Speech Three Point Break Down - Did you respond to any...

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Speech Three: Parliamentary Debate 225 Argument Development : 75pts. (25) Arguments Do you raise compelling, thought-provoking arguments for your case? (25) Evidence Do you have enough evidence to back-up your arguments? (25) Reasoning Do you connect your evidence to your arguments? Delivery 75pts. (25) Nonverbal Eye contact, posture, gestures (25) Verbal vocal inflection, expression, (25) Diction/transitions Speed, clarity of voice Debate role 75pts. Points of Contention Raised Did you listen to your oppositions case and challenge them with questions? Prime Minister Did you introduce the proposition and define the terms of the proposition? Did you provide criteria and then provide a case that meets the stock issues relevant to the type of proposition being debated? Member of Government Did you retell and rebuild the government’s case?
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Unformatted text preview: Did you respond to any objections from the opposition? Did you extend the governments case with new examples and analysis? Did you point out any areas of the case that the opposition neglected to argue? Leader of the Opposition Did you analyze the PM’s definitions and decide to accept or reject them? Did you argue the PM’s arguments? Did you introduce the opposition’s case and present arguments that refute the proposition? Member of the Opposition Did you retell and rebuild the opposition’s case? Did you respond to any objections from the government? Did you extend the opposition’s case with new examples and analysis? Did you point out any areas of the case that the government team neglected to argue?...
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