wk 9 A debate

wk 9 A debate - End with the conclusion against, and for. *...

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 2/21/11 D. Shaw 3/17/10
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 2/21/11 A debate!     Many have blamed the recent bad winter weather in  the northeast on global warming. The debate topic is:        “Why global warming is to blame for recent  bad winter weather”
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 2/21/11 Rules and Procedures Procedures* The debate will start with an introductory presentation: for and against (ppt) Then an argument for (ppt); follow by a refute (ppt)  Then an argument against (ppt); follow by a refute (ppt)
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Unformatted text preview: End with the conclusion against, and for. * The class will be divided into two teams; and each team will be subdivided into 4 subgroups: Introduction, argument, refute, and conclusion. A possible division of responsibilities: Speaker, researcher, writer and organizer Dates: March 17: Organization March 22: Submission of introductory and argument ppt March 24: Debate (to be videotaped) Rules:...
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