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12 4 e21-1

  1. 1. Warm-Up:Write down 1question you haveabout the debates.
  2. 2. Debate InfoWhen? TomorrowHow many points is it worth?The equivalent of a test: 20pts.How will it be graded?We will look at the rubric todayDebate format:We will discuss today
  3. 3. RequirementsEverybody must speakOne person must be in charge of askingquestions to the opponentOne person must be in charge ofanswering opponents’ questions
  4. 4. Cell phones shouldbe allowed in school.They allow studentsto text in homeworkassignments.They are needed foremergencies.
  5. 5. Wouldn’tstudents textfriends instead?
  6. 6. Cellphones distract fromstudent work. The NYTimes says that adistracted student ismore likely to fail a test ifthey were using a cellphone in class.
  7. 7. Would phones distractstudents if the phoneswere in theirbackpack?
  8. 8. Students cancontact parentsforrides, questions,and permissionfor things.
  9. 9. This argument is alwaysused, but which is morecommon? Honestly. Aphone call to parents, atweet, a text to a friend.
  10. 10. Opening statementQuestionOpening StatementRebuttalQuestionRebuttalQuestionClosing statementClosing Statement
  11. 11. Other tips….Intelligence is better than volume. Yellingdoesn’t win.Neither does interrupting. Let peoplefinish.Eye contactNotecards

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