2011 3 Speaker Responsibilities

2011 3 Speaker Responsibilities - Communication Studies 3...

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Communication Studies 3: Argumentation & Debate Speaker Responsibilities Formats Traditional: Each team member presents a constructive and rebuttal. Typically longer as each team has 10 minutes of prep time to use throughout the debate. NO cross- examination questions. Cross Examination: Most widely used in collegiate debate (order and length of time vary). Cross examination questions present. Lincoln-Douglas: Named after the historical one on one debates between these two Senate Candidates. Popular for in-class debates. Parliamentary: Emphasis is on speaking skills and use of general knowledge rather than hard Core research/preparation. Named after British Parliament. Only allows 10-15 minutes of prep time. Speaker Responsibilities First Affirmative Establishes the basis for the affirmative case and includes all the claims, Constructive: evidence and reasoning that, if unanswered, would allow the judge to vote In favor of adopting the proposition. Value Debate : Identify the value object, establish criteria by which it Is to be evaluated, provide arguments. Policy Debate : Address stock issues, reason for change, proposal for Change and consequences of change. MUST establish prima facie case.
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This note was uploaded on 01/13/2012 for the course COM 3 taught by Professor Estrellaromero during the Fall '11 term at Riverside Community College.

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