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5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. Status Quo
  2. Clash
  3. Lincoln-Douglas Format
  4. Affirmative
  5. Rebuttal
  1. a the second series of speeches in a debate when no new constructive arguments may be advanced
  2. b the present system of belief or policies
  3. c to come together or conflict
  4. d the side of a debate that advocates a change in present policies or beliefs
  5. e a format for a competitive debate that has only one speaker on each side

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. a more impromptu style of competitive debating
  2. specific to general
  3. organized set of arguments and evidence that are prepared in advance to help in attacking or defending claims
  4. the process of answering an opposing argument
  5. language strategies to justify our beliefs and action to others

5 True/False questions

  1. Debatethe side of a debate that opposes a change in present beliefs or policies


  2. Deductive Reasoningreasoning from the general to the particular


  3. Fallacyto come together or conflict


  4. Argumentationinquiry and advocacy


  5. Argumenta discussion involving differing points of view OR statement, reason, or fact for or against a point


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