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Slides for lesson on debating from Monday. These will be useful your research and your preparation for debate on Thursday and Friday.

Slides for lesson on debating from Monday. These will be useful your research and your preparation for debate on Thursday and Friday.

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    • Animal Farm
      The Great Debate:
      “The animals would have been better off had Jones not been overthrown.”
    • Task:
      Research debating
      Prepare a debate
      Hold a debate
    • Example
      Topic: We should ban the death penalty
      http://debatevideoblog.blogspot.com/2010/01/usa-high-school-public-debate-program.html
    • What IS a debate?
      Two opposing teams use structured, formal arguments on a given topic.
      An adjudicator decides which team has developed their argument most convincingly.
      Think of it like a court room!
      Debating teams = lawyers
      Adjudicator = judge
    • Opposing Teams?
      Affirmative: Yes!
      Negative: No!
      The affirmative team opens the debate, and the negative team closes the debate.
      Each team has 4 team members: 3 speakers and 1 writer.
    • Structured, Formal Arguments?
      Team Line: Sums up your case. Each team member must relate their arguments to the team line.
      Arguments: Support your team line
      Statement
      Reason
      Evidence
      Thinking on your feet:
      Rebuttal: Trying to undermine the opposing team’s argument.
      NOTE that this is done by talking about their argument NOT the actual speaker.
    • Research Question: Does every speaker rebut, argue and use the team line?
      Each speaker has a different role and a different order or structure of argument.Your job to find out what this is!
      Hint: not every speaker will rebut AND put forward arguments, but every speaker uses the team line.
    • Your tasks today
      This period:
      Allocate teams and affirmatives and negatives
      Research debating using the links and resources Miss Forner has provided on edmodo
      Allocate roles in your group
      Post on edmodo your role in the debate, what you know about the role and what you still need to find out (your goals). 5 points!
      Next period:
      Marking criteria
      Prepare your debate: team line, arguments and possible rebuttals.
      Rehearse your speeches.
      Peer feedback post on edmodo: presentation or argument-star star wish. 5 points!
    • Your tasks today
      This period:
      Allocate affirmative and negative teams
      Research debating using the links and resources Miss Forner has provided on edmodo
      Research:
      -What makes an effective team line, argument and rebuttal?
      -What is the role of the affirmative team and the negative team?
      -What is the role of each speaker?
      3.Allocate roles in your group
      4. Post onto edmodo your role in the debate, what you know about the role and what you still need to find out (your goals). 5 points per group member!
    • Your tasks today
      Last period:
      Allocate affirmative and negative teams
      Research debating using the links and resources Miss Forner has provided on edmodo
      Allocate roles in your group
      Post on edmodo your role in the debate, what you know about the role and what you still need to find out (your goals).
      This period:
      Marking criteria
      Prepare your debate: team line, arguments and possible rebuttals.
      Rehearse your speeches.
      Homework:
      Peer feedback post on edmodo for one member of your group: presentation or argument-star, star, wish.
      5 points per group member!