Keywords (Most important debate terms)
A personal belief
A cientific structured & comproved opnion, thats comproved to be truth
A fact used to support a proposition
A attempt to make the others believe in your thesis
An opposing argument
Using opposing arguments to prove something is wrong
A discussion between two sides that are trying to defend their point of view
Is a tell or piece of writing, which explain the most important facts and parts of a topic or subject.
When you decide not doing a specific action even if you are allowed to do it.
Information that helps someone explain and prove if something is correct (true) or not.
Starts with opening arguments and closing arguments. Ends the rebuttal and duels.
Ends with the closing argumet and opening argument, but start the duels and rebuttals
30 min preparation
6-8 minutes speech
In the end of the debate the teams, audience and judge, vote to the side (team) they think is the correct and most convinient.
Another type of structure
1- 8 minutes proposition
3- Another 8 minutes for new arguments and for them to defend their points.
5- 8 minutes to summarize topic.
6- 4 minutes for a reply.
2- 8 minutes opposition
4- Another 8 minutes for new areguments and for them to defend their points.
6- 8 minutes to summarize topic.
7- 4 minutes for a reply.
Why the debaters need to explain their arguments and opinions?
It need to show the judge and audience that he (debater) is correct, by presenting persuasive facts, evidences, counterarguments, so the debater can support its ideas and the debate side (PRO or CON).
To obtain that they need to research and make different observations to collect information for the debate.