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Name:_____________________________________________. Policy Debate Terms Race. Match the debate words on the left with the correct definition on the right. The negative offense strategy that explains what problem will happen if the plan is accepted. Cross-Examination Impact Solvency

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Name:_____________________________________________

Policy Debate Terms Race

Match the debate words on the left with the correct definition on the right.

The negative offense strategy that explains what problem will happen if the plan is accepted.

Cross-Examination

Impact

Solvency

Uniqueness

Preparation Time

Harms

Disadvantage

Link

Negative

Plan

Affirmative

Inherency

The side of the debate that is for Active Transportation Infrastructure Development.

The part of the Affirmative Case that explains what is going on in the world today.

The policy the affirmative team is presenting to solve the problem at hand.

The part of a debate round where a debater is questioned about the speech he/she just presented.

The part of a Disadvantage that explains what is going on in the world right now.

The side of the debate that is against Active Transportation Infrastructure Development.

The part of a Disadvantage that explains the bad things that will happen if the 1AC plan happens.

The 5 minutes each team has to “spend” to get ready for their speeches.

The part of the Affirmative Case that explains that the plan presented will solve the problems that are stated in the inherency and harms.

The part of the Affirmative Case that explains the bad things that will happen if the plan is not accepted.

The part of a Disadvantage that explains how the 1AC case causes a change to the uniqueness and leads to the impact.

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Answer Key

Policy Debate Terms Race

Match the debate words on the left with the correct definition on the right.

The negative offense strategy that explains what problem will happen if the plan is accepted.

Cross-Examination

Impact

Solvency

Uniqueness

Preparation Time

Harms

Disadvantage

Link

Negative

Plan

Affirmative

Inherency

The side of the debate that is for Active Transportation Infrastructure Development.

The part of the Affirmative Case that explains what is going on in the world today.

The policy the affirmative team is presenting to solve the problem at hand.

The part of a debate round where a debater is questioned about the speech he/she just presented.

The part of a Disadvantage that explains what is going on in the world right now.

The side of the debate that is against Active Transportation Infrastructure Development.

The part of a Disadvantage that explains the bad things that will happen if the 1AC plan happens.

The 5 minutes each team has to “spend” to get ready for their speeches.

The part of the Affirmative Case that explains that the plan presented will solve the problems that are stated in the inherency and harms.

The part of the Affirmative Case that explains the bad things that will happen if the plan is not accepted.

The part of a Disadvantage that explains how the 1AC case causes a change to the uniqueness and leads to the impact.

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