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Week 10. Monday November 4 th JB #20 So why does it matter? What does economic engagement provide to us?. Objectives: 1) complete lecture on claim warrant data 2) discuss and understand what makes for effective evidence 3) explain how to put it together 4) come up with preliminary aff areas

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Week 10

Week 10


Monday november 4 th jb 20 so why does it matter what does economic engagement provide to us

Monday November 4thJB #20 So why does it matter? What does economic engagement provide to us?

  • Objectives: 1) complete lecture on claim warrant data 2) discuss and understand what makes for effective evidence 3) explain how to put it together 4) come up with preliminary aff areas

  • I can

  • Finish notes on what an argument is, “Claim, warrant, data”

  • Go over the handout “Evidence in debate” and understand that I will have to make my evidence in this form

  • Preview the handout “db8 more…cx db8”

  • Review handout “stock issues”

  • Brainstorm with my partner for potential aff positions


Funsies

Funsies…

  • Title of a book by Mack A. Roni:

  • Lots of pasta

  • Title of a book by Ty Po

  • How to Avoid keyboarding errors

  • Title of a book by Dan D. Lyon

  • The most beautiful weed

  • Title of a book by R. U. Skard

  • All about ghosts

  • Which type of plants like Halloween the most?

  • Bam – BOO!


Week 10

Tuesday November 5thJB #21 Should America keep its voting a matter of free choice or should it adopt the Australian model of paying a fine if one chooses not to vote? Why?

  • Objectives: 1) understand how to cut cards 2) practice finding evidence and tagging it

  • I can accomplish the following objectives:

  • Go over yesterday’s notes

  • Apply the card cutting activity to make a sample case

    • Harms, inherency, solvency/advantages

    • Hand it in

  • Preview the 6 cards assignment

  • Go to the lab 240 and begin preliminary research – get evidence for my/our claims

  • Have Aff cards due Thursday – harms, inherency, solvency/advantages


Week 10

  • What did one casket say to the other casket?

  • Is that you coffin?

  • Which lake tastes good with french fries?

  • The great Salt Lake


Wednesday november 6 th jb 22 so which country should we engage with first why

Wednesday November 6thJB #22 So which country should we engage with first? Why?

  • Objectives: 1) assess cards 2) show case design 3) emphasize cooperative collaboration 4) work on a case based on one of the models

  • I can

  • Understand how the evidence fits into a case – see db8 aff mini-case handout – next slide

  • Have aff cards ready for tomorrow

  • Figure out how I and my partner will communicate our case stock issues for Monday for a class presentation!

  • Go to Lab 122 to continue working on case evidence

  • Save finished evidence to debate website and appropriate folders http://tiny.cc/affideas2013


Easy debate affirmative format

Easy Debate Affirmative Format

I. Intro – attention getter and thesis

II. A problem

A. The harms of the problem – “bad thing”

B. the cause of it (inherency)

C. why it won’t go away or is getting worse – bad thing(s) will happen w/o change

III. Another problem

A. The harms of the problem – “bad thing”

B. the cause of it (inherency)

C. why it won’t go away or is getting worse– bad thing(s) will happen w/o change

IV. A plan or solution to the problem(s) – mandates and planks

A. Who will do it

B. How it will be done

C. What it may cost in money or time etc.

V. Advantages to doing the plan – why change is good and why it is better for change than leaving things the way they are

A. Proof that there are solutions that work

B. Why/how those solutions are better than what is happening now

VI. Conclusion

A. restate the problem

B. restate that there is/are solution(s)

C. Strongly tell the reader that the solutions must be done NOW or else bad things will continue to happen – perhaps even the end of life as we know it

D. Do it now to make the world a better place.


Funsies1

Funsies…

  • What did the one elevator say to the other?

  • I think I’m coming down with soomething.

  • What’s a recycling bin’s favorite type of reading material?

  • Litter-ature

  • What is the most common type of music heard on playgrounds?

  • Swing

  • Why did the golfer bring two pairs of pants?

  • In case he got a hole in one.


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Thursday November 7th JB #23 “There is no such thing as an uninteresting subject; there are only uninteresting people.” – G.K. Chesterton Do you agree or disagree? Explain why.

  • Objectives: 1) analogy practice 2) continue case design 3) prepare for presentations meeting deadline

  • I can:

  • Do the Analogies practice

  • Complete and hand in my 6 aff cards by tomorrow

  • Work with my partner and start writing a plan based on the evidence we have designing a case around the plan.

  • Go to Lab 122

  • Prepare to share our case outline info that is on http://tiny.cc/affideas2013spreadsheet on Monday/Tuesday

    Burden of the Aff


A 28 rain drifts snow a sun b puddles c plows d umbrellas

A#28 _______: rain :: drifts:snowa)sun b)puddles c)plows d)umbrellas

A#29 complainer:______ :: climber:ascenda)gripe b)solve c)annoy d)assert

A#30 actor:cast :: singer:____________


Funsies2

Funsies

  • What is black and white and red?

  • A sun burned zebra

  • What has an elephant’s trunk, a tiger’s stripes, and a giraffe’s neck?

  • A zoo

  • How do you cut the ocean in half?

  • With a sea-saw


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Friday November 8thJB #24 Name a problem that should be addressed immediately by the federal govt. Tell why.

  • Objectives: 1) assess evidence gathered 2) review how an aff case is structured 3) review the structure of a case 4) lab to continue work complete aff cards

  • I can

  • Review a sample aff case and identify the parts of it and look at its structure

  • Form a case with my partner in a similar design – it will be 5 minutes + in length of reading

  • Be ready for Monday/Tuesday presentation of aff ideas


Easy debate affirmative format1

Easy Debate Affirmative Format

I. Intro – attention getter and thesis

II. A problem

A. The harms of the problem – “bad thing”

B. the cause of it (inherency)

C. why it won’t go away or is getting worse – bad thing(s) will happen w/o change

III. Another problem

A. The harms of the problem – “bad thing”

B. the cause of it (inherency)

C. why it won’t go away or is getting worse– bad thing(s) will happen w/o change

IV. A plan or solution to the problem(s) – mandates and planks

A. Who will do it

B. How it will be done

C. What it may cost in money or time etc.

V. Advantages to doing the plan – why change is good and why it is better for change than leaving things the way they are

A. Proof that there are solutions that work

B. Why/how those solutions are better than what is happening now

VI. Conclusion

A. restate the problem

B. restate that there is/are solution(s)

C. Strongly tell the reader that the solutions must be done NOW or else bad things will continue to happen – perhaps even the end of life as we know it

D. Do it now to make the world a better place.


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