Debate rubric

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Debate rubric

  1. 1. Debate Rubric Criteria Opening statement was clear, organized, factual, and relevant. First argument in support of position was stated clearly, relevant, and well informed. Secondargument in support of position was stated clearly, relevant, and well informed. Third argument in support of position was stated clearly, relevant, and well informed. Fourth argument in support of position was stated clearly, relevant, and well informed. Fifth argument in support of position was stated clearly, relevant, and well informed. Rebuttal to opposing side's points argument was clear, relevant, well informed, and effective. Closing statement was stated Rate 1-10 Comments
  2. 2. clearly, was relevant, and effective summarized the team's position. Presenters were clear, articulate, and professional. Overall preparedness, effectiveness, and professionalism in the debate. 10-9 EXCELLENT (Points were clear, coherent, and showed a great deal of thought. Presenters gave thoughtful evidence and supporting details.) 8-7 GOOD (Points were clear, coherent, and mostly supported with details and examples.) 6-5 FAIR (Points were coherent but not necessarily detailed. Presentation could be improved with more organization, detail, and attention to logical thinking.) 4-3 POOR (Points were incoherent or lacking logic, relevance, or organization. Points were not supported with evidence and details.) 0 NO ATTEMPT MADE OR CRITERIA NOT ADDRESSED

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