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Friday, October 28, 2011

WSDC 2007 Canada vs Korea


clean industry



Wednesday, October 26, 2011

WSDC 2010 Preliminary Round Six - Canada v Korea (8/8)


"This House believes that the developing world should prioritize economic development before environmental protection".

WSDC Preliminary Round Six - Canada v Korea (7/8)



WSDC Preliminary Round Six - Canada v Korea (4/8)



WSDC Preliminary Round Six - Canada v Korea (4/8)



WSDC Preliminary Round Six - Canada v Korea (6/8)



WSDC Preliminary Round Six - Canada v Korea (3/8)



WSDC Preliminary Round Six - Canada v Korea (2/8)


"This House believes that the developing world should prioritize economic development before environmental protection".

WSDC Preliminary Round Six - Canada v Korea (1/8)


"This House believes that the developing world should prioritize economic development before environmental protection".

Tuesday, October 25, 2011

the other day during practice, an interesting pattern started to arise.  the pm would give a speech, the LO did her job and rebutted and proceeded to argue.  The DPM did likewise, but the DLO came up and did the rebuts and argued, but didn't really go back and rebuild the LO's case.  And it became apparent, we were doing 6 individual speeches, and not one cohesive extended debate.  the LO would rebut and argue, the DPM would rebut the previous arguments and then, proceed to new arguments without regard to the LO's rebuttals on the PM.  It's important to remind your debaters to stay focused on the global aspect of the debate as opposed to the micro, where it's all about the previous speaker.

Saturday, October 15, 2011

Argument Format

Argument
I.  State the argument
a.  Premise--> conclusion
b.  Principle--underlying argument


II.  Nature/principle
a.  How it is/works
b.  Actors
a.  actors interests
1.  opposing interests
2.  clash of interests
III.  Bias characteristics
a.  reasons why you are right
IV. Practical Application
1.  example of how it works
2.  or explain how principle works in real life
3.  two sides of the coins/ even if argument
a.  consequence if you do
b. consequence if you do not.
V.  Linking
a.  reverse explanation

Sunday, October 9, 2011

japan vs thailand oral adjudication



THB: UPE is a misallocation of funds

japan vs thailand opp whip



THB: UPE is a misallocation of funds


japan vs thailand gov reply



THB: UPE is a misallocation of funds


japan vs thailand opp reply



THB: UPE is a misallocation of funds


japan vs thailand gov whip



THB: UPE is a misallocation of funds


Japan vs thailand pm



THB: UPE is a misallocation of funds

Japan vs thailand lo




THB: UPE is a misallocation of funds

japan vs thailand dpm



THB: UPE is a misallocation of funds

japan vs thailand dlo


THB: UPE is a misallocation of funds

Thursday, October 6, 2011

5th eu th pds 1 2 eu one language opp reply



5th eu th pds 1 2 eu one language opp whip



5th eu th pds 1 2 eu one language gov reply



5th eu th pds 1 2 eu one language gov whip

5th EU-Thailand Qtrfinals PDS 1 vs PDS 2 DLO


THB: EU should have one language

5th EU-Thailand Qtrfinals PDS 1 vs PDS 2 DPM



5th EU-Thailand Qtrfinals PDS 1 vs PDS 2 PM


THB EU should have one language

5th EU-Thailand Qtrfinals PDS 1 vs PDS 2 LO


THB: EU should have one language

Tuesday, October 4, 2011

thailand vs singapore pm


Mandatory voting

LO Shell

I. Stance
a.  Motion--argue definitions, scope.
1)  attack harm:
a)  no harm, thus no reason to adopt gov.
b)  harm is being solved  by status quo--no reason to adopt the govt.
c)  harm is present and is not being solved by govt case, no reason to adopt the govt case.
2)  attack the model/principle

  Rebuttals format
a. principle
b.  Practical
c.  even if.  how it will work short/long
 split
Opp case presentation:
a.  arguments













PM Speech General Shell

I.  Introduction
    a.  background  (where, when)
     b.  context
      c.  definition key terms

II.  Problem
a.  dire need (why now)
b.  harms
    1.  significance
        a.  quantity
              1.  life
               2.  rights autonomy
              
         b.  quality --standard of living
    2.  inherent barrier --problem in the status quo that cannot be solved by the status quo.  can be attitude.



III.  solution
a.  model
b.  mechanism
1.  who, when
2.  why
3.  how
split--say what the second/third speaker is going to say

IV.  arguments
1.  why
2.  how
V summary




















thailand vs singapore gov reply


THW make voting in National Elections compulsory.

thailand vs singapore opp reply


THW make voting in National Elections compulsory.

thailand vs singapore opp whip


THW make voting in National Elections compulsory.

thailand vs singapore gov whip


THW make voting in National Elections compulsory.

thailand vs singapore dlo


THW make voting in National Elections compulsory.

thailand vs singapore dpm


THW make voting in National Elections compulsory.

thailand vs singapore lo


THW make voting in National Elections compulsory.

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