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Quiz Time!. Check your top two options with either #1 or #2 to make clearly what you prefer. Check your top two options with either #1 or #2 to make clearly what you prefer. The Ideal Size Group. Affirmative Proposition Names VS Negative Opposition Names.

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The Ideal Size Group clearly what you prefer.

Affirmative Proposition Names VS Negative Opposition Names

The Ideal Size Group clearly what you prefer.

You also know your

issue you wish to debate!

Affirmative Proposition Names VS Negative Opposition Names

Group Number Variations clearly what you prefer.

Affirmative Proposition Names VS Negative Opposition Names

Group Number Variations clearly what you prefer.

Affirmative Proposition Names VS Negative Opposition Names

Group Number Variations clearly what you prefer.

Affirmative Proposition Names VS Negative Opposition Names

Group Number Variations clearly what you prefer.

Affirmative Proposition Names VS Negative Opposition Names

Group Number Variations clearly what you prefer.

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Affirmative Proposition Names VS Negative Opposition Names

Cornell Notes clearly what you prefer.Topic: A.R.E.

Topic: A.R.E.

An argument has three parts:

A. R. E.

A: Assertion

We believe…

R: Reasoning

Because….

E: Evidence

For example….

Cornell Notesleft side right side

2. How to get the win! argument.

Thorough note-taking from research sources.

Thinking like the enemy.

Creating cross examination questions ahead of time.

Doing ‘flow’ method for cross examination.

(You will learn this soon!)

Scripting, practicing, & being ready to be cross examined.

3. Refutation argument.

any evidence that is used by either side that helps to destroy the other team’s viewpoints.

Step 1:"They say..."

Step 2: "But..."

Step 3: "Because..."

Step 4: "Therefore..."

Summary:

A.R.E. argument.Resolution to Evidence

A.R.E. argument.Be Smart With Your Evidence

A.R.E. argument.Be Smart With Your Evidence