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Flowing and More!. History. Where did it come from? Presumption/Jurisdiction Memo-writing and trial tracking How has it changed debate? Tech over truth Speed. Why Flow?. Organization Mnemonic Mastery Accountability. Aspects of Flowing. Triggering Organization Symbol System

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History
History

  • Where did it come from?

    • Presumption/Jurisdiction

    • Memo-writing and trial tracking

  • How has it changed debate?

    • Tech over truth

    • Speed


Why flow
Why Flow?

  • Organization

  • Mnemonic

  • Mastery

  • Accountability


Aspects of flowing
Aspects of Flowing

  • Triggering

    • Organization

    • Symbol System

    • Block-writing

  • Reading

    • Argumentation

    • Space

    • Block-writing



Tactics of flowing
Tactics of Flowing

  • What (not) to write down

  • When to write

  • Back-flowing

  • Shorthand

    = -> ^ v ! (t) (s) T/ (TI) (L) =/= x____ Ext. Heg + Econ (W)


Biggest flowing mistakes
Biggest Flowing Mistakes

  • Give up

    • Clarity, Irrelevant Position, Cards

  • Wrong Pen

  • Laptop

  • Poor Spacing

  • Making Assumptions

  • Not turning the page over

  • Bring paper


  • Exercise
    Exercise

    REMEMBER:

    • Wait

      • Don’t start writing till the tag FINISHES

    • Shorthand

      • Abbreviate and use symbols

    • Spacing

      • Narrow columns AND empty space


    Line by line
    Line-by-Line

    • Organization

      • Spacing

      • Refutation

    • Argumentation

      • Reference and Labels (embedded or no?)

      • Reading v. Triggering

      • Grouping

      • Overview or no?


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