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DEBATING SEMINAR. What Debating Is All About. Debating is Basically About 3 things (could be 4): Persuading People Convincing People Educating People Through Your Arguments Winning(Optional). Definition. A definition should be FAIR and DEBATABLE .

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Debating seminar

DEBATINGSEMINAR


What debating is all about

What Debating Is All About

Debating is Basically About

3 things (could be 4):

  • Persuading People

  • Convincing People

  • Educating People Through Your Arguments

  • Winning(Optional)


Definition

Definition

  • A definition should be

    FAIR and DEBATABLE.

  • Fair means it is understandable by an

    average reasonable person.Not Truism,

    Time and Place Setting, or Squirelling

  • Debatable means the other team

    can debate based on that definition


Theme line

Theme Line

  • The main reason why you agree or disagree to the motion.

  • The thing that based your whole case

  • Your burden of proof


Team splits

Team Splits

  • Segmentation of case

  • Important stuff comes first

  • Defines the big picture of the whole case.


Argument construction

Argument Construction

A good argument consists of:

  • Assertion

  • Reasoning

  • Evidence

  • Logical Link


Rebuttals

Rebuttals

  • Should attack opponent’s case while defending own case at the same time.

  • Should be linked back to your own case

  • Prove the other way around instead of just saying no

  • Also delivered in A-R-E-L


Points of information

Points Of Information

  • Questions, facts, or statements given during the opponent’s speech with the purpose of attacking their case

  • Can be accepted or rejected

  • Don’t do it to often, you might be considered barracking/badgering

  • Thumb rule: Accept 2 POIs


Speaker s role

Speaker’s Role

1st Government: (7.20)

  • Provide a ground

  • Provide a definition

  • Provide a theme line

  • Bring up first part of case

    1st Opposition: (7.20)

  • Bring rebuttals to Government’s case

  • Decide whether the definition will be accepted or not

  • Provide a theme line

  • Bring up first part of case


Speaker s role1

Speaker’s Role

2nd Speaker both Government and

Opposition: (7.20)

  • Bring rebuttals

  • Rebuild case

  • Bring up 2nd part of case


Speaker s role2

Speaker’s Role

3rd Speaker both Government and

Opposition: (7.20)

  • Bring up rebuttals

  • Clarify case

  • Give summary


Speaker s role3

Speaker’s Role

Reply Speaker both Government and

Opposition: (4.20)

  • Show good points of the case

  • Point out opponent’s flaws

  • Show Point of Clashes

  • Explain why you should win


Rules and regulations

Rules and Regulations

● Speaking time for speeches is 7.20 minutes and reply speeches is 4.20 minutes

● Team Winning Priority : Victory Point, Average Team Score, and Margin


Motions

Motions:

  • THBT Indonesian Work Force must be abolished.

  • THBT living together brings harm than good.

  • TH would put the moral education into curriculum.

  • THBT the House of Representative will work better by having their new building.

  • THBT alcohol must be banned.


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