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5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. Rebuttal
  2. Fallacy
  3. Presumption
  4. Inductive Reasoning
  5. Lincoln-Douglas Format
  1. a specific to general
  2. b a format for a competitive debate that has only one speaker on each side
  3. c the second series of speeches in a debate when no new constructive arguments may be advanced
  4. d the advantage that the negative has because what exists will continue to exist unless a conscious decision to change is made
  5. e is a generic term that indicates an error or weakness in an argument or though process

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. truncated syllogism
  2. organized set of arguments and evidence that are prepared in advance to help in attacking or defending claims
  3. to establish truth or falsehood
  4. language strategies to justify our beliefs and action to others
  5. a vital, inherent question around which a debate focuses

5 True/False questions

  1. Parliamentary Debatea more impromptu style of competitive debating

          

  2. Affirmativethe side of a debate that opposes a change in present beliefs or policies

          

  3. Argumentsomething that serves to give reliable or formal assurance of something

          

  4. Propositionthe advantage that the negative has because what exists will continue to exist unless a conscious decision to change is made

          

  5. Refutationthe advantage that the negative has because what exists will continue to exist unless a conscious decision to change is made