a statement expressing the topic of the debate(resolution)
Arguments that build (construct) your case
Overcoming your opponents arguments, continuing to build and reexplain your case
The amount of time given to each part of the debate
A rational motive for a belief or action (sound judgement)
Wise, judicious, not absurd or foolish (consistent with logic)
Sound thinking, thinking that makes sense
forming conclusions, judgements or inferences
An argument made by a series of statements
A comparison between the similarities of two things
A proposition helping to support a conclusion
Summing up of points and statements
Reasoning by Analogy
Drawing conclusion from similar situations
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