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Japanese Debate. University of California, Irvine. 1pm Class. Wednesday:Topic1 携帯電話使用の制限 Affirmative: Nadia Chang, Kelly Chen, Smith, Holden, Saludo Negative: Persall, Fan Huang, Fenlon, Onitsuka, Asabushi Thursday: Topic 2 国籍法改正

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Japanese debate

Japanese Debate

University of California, Irvine


1pm class

1pm Class

  • Wednesday:Topic1 携帯電話使用の制限

    • Affirmative: Nadia Chang, Kelly Chen, Smith, Holden, Saludo

    • Negative: Persall, Fan Huang, Fenlon, Onitsuka, Asabushi

  • Thursday: Topic 2 国籍法改正

    • Affirmative: Ma, Uchida, Katie Chiu, Kodama, Lam, Leticia Chen

    • Negative: Ichikawa, Lindy Lee, Alvin Chu, Soon, Tsai


4pm class

4pm Class

  • Wednesday: Topic1 携帯電話使用の制限

    • Affirmative: Eusebio, Victoria Lee, Gallinger, Boyle, Hughes, Carol Lee

    • Negative: Vu, Bonker. Lardier, Tan, Yoshino, Esptrits

  • Thursday: Topic 2 国籍法改正

    • Affirmative: Gutierrez, Huynh, Fisher, Reed, Hufford, Julie Huang

    • Negative: Plasarass, Chulapatrcheevin, Pieper, Tran, Su, Yeeley Lei


Teams

Teams

  • 4 teams in each class

    • Topic 1: (A) Affirmative vs. (B) Negative

    • Topic 2: (C) Affirmative vs. (D) Negative

  • Each team has 5-6 people

    • Constructive Speech

    • Attack

    • Defense

    • Summary

    • Q&A (or Questions for the team of 6 people)

    • (Answers for the team of 6 people)


Structure

P1P2 P2 P2               

Structure


Peer judge

Peer-Judge

  • All classmates will be the judges together with sensee

  • List the issues that were extended

  • Judge the probability (evidential support) of each issue

  • Judge the value (significance) of each issue

  • Judge the strength (=multiply probability and value) of each issue

  • Compare the net sum of the issues

  • Judge Sheet: http://henda.sakura.ne.jp/page010.html


Merits

Merits

  • More time to prepare (NOT on the spot)

  • Speaking: presentation

  • Reading: research in Japanese

  • Writing: preparing your scripts

  • Listening: peer-judge

  • Critical thinking skills

  • Become more familiar with Japanese social issues

  • Group work skills


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