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5 Matching questions

  1. Parliamentary Debate
  2. Refutation
  3. Affirmative
  4. Fallacy
  5. Backing
  1. a is a generic term that indicates an error or weakness in an argument or though process
  2. b the side of a debate that advocates a change in present policies or beliefs
  3. c support of any kind
  4. d a more impromptu style of competitive debating
  5. e the process of answering an opposing argument

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. inquiry and advocacy
  2. to establish truth or falsehood
  3. to come together or conflict
  4. the side of a debate that opposes a change in present beliefs or policies
  5. truncated syllogism

5 True/False questions

  1. Issueto engage in argument or discussion

          

  2. Advocacylanguage strategies to justify our beliefs and action to others

          

  3. Warrantis a generic term that indicates an error or weakness in an argument or though process

          

  4. Deductive Reasoningspecific to general

          

  5. Briefto come together or conflict

          

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