Refutational PPT Spinrg 2011

Refutational PPT Spinrg 2011 - Refutation The Great...

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The Great Debaters http ://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uXsXa8B-_ THE POWER OF DEBATE!
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To argue or refute Argue to present reasons for your claims Refute the act of answering an attack on your claim(s) To debate, to argue with one another, think critically and weigh the options Why learn it? Don’t be an inexperienced arguer!
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Refutation Structure At its most general level, argumentation consists of proponents and opponents taking turns addressing each other and a mutual audience. This process is initiated with a constructive speech, it progresses when someone offers a refutational speech or rebuttal.
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Offense=Constructive Affirmative-constructive Negative-constructive Affirmative argues for the status quo. Negative argues against the status quo meaning they want the status quo to be changed.
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Defense=Rebuttal Know your topic well! Research is key so you can provide a solid rebuttal (5 stages) Reference-thesis, clearly identify argument
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