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already being used successfully in middle school, secondary school, and university debates.
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Debate teams that clarify definitions
tend to run away with winning conclusions. Use these materials to guide students into stating, supporting and defining their views.
Prepare students for national tournaments
, or help them to articulate ideas that will enhance common core standards mastery.
All materials here link to your lesson topic
– where students will:
~ Define debate resolutions
in two distinctive ways
~ Experience teams that define terms
that their opponents must either accept or redefine.
~ Discover how to squirrel
definitions and why these are allowed at times and banned at times.
~ Submit their definitions
by a). paraphrasing and by b). examples on task cards provided.
Use as posters, handouts and task cards
that inspire your students to write and speak with clarity that wins.
First they see examples
for defining any resolution with clarity.
Then they apply
what they observe in samples included, to your debate your lesson topics.
Use to achieve CCSS standard excellence
, while gaining skills to speak and write on both sides of lesson topics.
Further classroom-ready materials
on the debate process at http://goo.gl/54JATL
Transform everyday lessons into vibrant debates ~ http://goo.gl/EU4mEC
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