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    • Debate Public Speaking
    • Let’s Think . . .
      • Write down your definition of the word “debate.”
      • Use it in a sentence.
      • How does it relate to public speaking?
    • Debate
      • A contest in which the affirmative and negative sides of a proposition are advocated by opposing speakers
    • Affirmative
      • In a debate, the team or speaker who supports the topic under discussion
    • Negative
      • The team or person in a debate who opposes or disagrees with the resolution under discussion
    • Constructive Speech
      • The first speech given by a speaker in a debate; a speech that builds or presents a case for acceptance or rejection of a topic
    • Rebuttal
      • The second speech given by a debater; a speech that responds to an opponent’s arguments
    • Cross-Examine
      • In a debate, the process of asking the speaker questions to gain additional information and to clarify what the speaker said
    • Disadvantages
      • Problems showing that a position is unworkable and undesirable
    • Harm
      • The problem that requires the proposed solution
    • Inherency
      • Any quality of the present system that prevents or inhibits the problem being solved
    • Plan
      • A proposed solution offered by a debate team to resolve the problem being debated
    • Lincoln-Douglass Debate 1.5 minutes Affirmative Crystallization 3 minutes Negative Rebuttal/ Crystallization 2 minutes Affirmative Rebuttal 1.5 minutes Affirmative-led Cross-Examination 3.5 minutes Negative Constructive/Rebuttal 1.5 minutes Negative-led Cross-Examinations 3 minutes Affirmative Constructive Time Speaker
    • Lincoln-Douglas (Our version)
      • Each side speaks for a total of 8 minutes
      • 3 members per team
      • Each debater is allowed 3 minutes of preparation time that they can use anytime before speaking
    • Topics
      • http://www.lib.umich.edu/govdocs/hsdebate.html