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Competitive Debate

The Official Guide

Author: Richard Edwards, Ph.D.

Publisher: Penguin

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Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 384

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The bible for debaters and their coaches. Nearly every high school and college in America has a debate club and/or a debate team. There are hundreds of competitions at the county and state level, culminating in heated national competitions. Yet, at many high schools and colleges, coaches are drawn from the history or English departments with little or no experience in the highly structured procedures of this popular discipline. And while competitive debate has been growing each year as a prime academic activity, there have been no popular handbooks to help students and coaches prepare for contests effectively and efficiently. Practical and authoritative, this guide includes not only tips and guidelines for effective preparation and delivery, but full-length, actual transcripts of successful competitions in each format. Endorsed by the two national governing bodies for competitive debate-the National Federation of State High School Associations and the National Forensic League-and priced for the budget-conscious student and high school teacher alike, Competitive Debate: The Official Guide is set to become the instructional "bible" for tens of thousands of present and future debaters and their coaches. Inside, Dr. Richard Edwards-award winning debate coach, professor, former competitive debate judge, and author-leads readers through the three popular formats of competitive debate: * Policy Debate * Lincoln-Douglas Debate * Public Forum Debate

Mastering Competitive Debate

Author: Dana Hensley

Publisher: Clark Publishing Company

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Category: Law

Page: 349

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Competitive Debate Rules and Techniques

George McCoy Musgrave

Author: George McCoy Musgrave

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Category: Debates and debating

Page: 170

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Announcement

With a Register of Officers & Students

Author: Georgia. University

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Bric-a-brac

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The Debate Case

Modern Competitive Debate

Author: Malcolm A. Bump

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Category: Debates and debating

Page: 80

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The Harvard Graduates' Magazine

Author: William Roscoe Thayer

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Essays and Reviews on Subjects, Consequential and Insignificant, '69 and '71

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Page: 132

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The Princeton Bric-a-brac

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Prospect Union Review

Author: Prospect Union (Cambridge, Mass.)

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Category: Adult education

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The Talmud of Relationships, Volume 1

God, Self, and Family

Author: Amy Scheinerman

Publisher: Jewish Publication Society

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Category: Religion

Page: 264

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How can I tame my ego? How might I control my anger? How might I experience the spirituality of sexual intimacy? How can I bestow appropriate honor on a difficult parent? How might I accept my own suffering and the suffering of those whom I love? Enter the Talmudic study house with innovative teacher Rabbi Amy Scheinerman and continue the Jewish values–based conversations that began two thousand years ago. The Talmud of Relationships, Volume 1 shows how the ancient Jewish texts of Talmud can facilitate modern relationship-building—with parents, children, spouses, family members, friends, and ourselves. Scheinerman devotes each chapter to a different Talmud text exploring relationships—and many of the selections are fresh, largely unknown passages. Overcoming the roadblocks of language and style that can keep even the curious from diving into Talmud, she walks readers through the logic of each passage, offering full textual translations and expanding on these richly complex conversations, so that each of us can weigh multiple perspectives and draw our own conclusions. Scheinerman provides grounding in why the selected passage matters, its historical background, a gripping narrative of the rabbis’ evolving commentary, insightful anecdotes and questions for thought and discussion, and a cogent synopsis. Through this firsthand encounter with the core text of Judaism, readers of all levels—Jews and non-Jews, newcomers and veterans, students and teachers, individuals and chevruta partners and families alike—will discover the treasure of the oral Torah.

A Century of Transformation

Studies in the Honor of the 100th Anniversary of the Eastern Communication Association

Author: Eastern Communication Association

Publisher: Oxford University Press on Demand

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Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 411

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A Century of Transformation: Studies in Honor of the 100th Anniversary of the Eastern Communication Association celebrates the anniversary of communication as a formally organized professional academic discipline. To mark this occasion, the Eastern Communication Association has compiled a volume of essays examining the many different aspects of the discipline, its history, and its future. The only book of its kind, this landmark anthology covers a multitude of topics, including approaches to studying communication, reviews of the current status of the discipline's major branches, and transformations that the field has experienced throughout its 100-year history. Edited by James W. Chesebro, this volume contains essays written by venerable researchers and professors, alongside selections from some of the field's upcoming leaders. Intended to serve as an analysis of both the past and future of the communication discipline, A Century of Transformation is a valuable resource for capstone courses in communication. It is also captivating reading for anyone interested in the history, growth, and development of the discipline.

The Law Student's Helper

A Monthly Magazine for the Student in and Out of Law School

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Parliamentary Debates. House of Representatives

Author: New Zealand. Parliament

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Argumentation and Debate

Critical Thinking for Reasoned Decision Making

Author: Austin J. Freeley

Publisher: Wadsworth Publishing Company

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Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 478

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This text presents a clear and concise explanation of argumentation and provides models for good argumentation, particularly as it applies to academic debate.

Introduction to Contemporary Academic Debate

Author: Gerald H. Sanders

Publisher: Waveland PressInc

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Category: Debates and debating

Page: 157

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Discovering the United States Through Debate

Author: William J. Driscoll

Publisher: International Debate Education Assn

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Category: Art

Page: 294

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The Rise of a Prairie Statesman

The Life and Times of George McGovern

Author: Thomas J. Knock

Publisher: Princeton University Press

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Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 544

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The Rise of a Prairie Statesman is the first volume of a major biography of the 1972 Democratic presidential candidate who became America's most eloquent and prescient critic of the Vietnam War. In this masterful book, Thomas Knock traces George McGovern's life from his rustic boyhood in a South Dakota prairie town during the Depression to his rise to the pinnacle of politics at the 1968 Democratic National Convention in Chicago where police and antiwar demonstrators clashed in the city's streets. Drawing extensively on McGovern's private papers and scores of in-depth interviews, Knock shows how McGovern's importance to the Democratic Party and American liberalism extended far beyond his 1972 presidential campaign, and how the story of postwar American politics is about more than just the rise of the New Right. He vividly describes McGovern's harrowing missions over Nazi Germany as a B-24 bomber pilot, and reveals how McGovern's combat experiences motivated him to earn a PhD in history and stoked his ambition to run for Congress. When President Kennedy appointed him director of Food for Peace in 1961, McGovern engineered a vast expansion of the program's school lunch initiative that soon was feeding tens of millions of hungry children around the world. As a senator, he delivered his courageous and unrelenting critique of Lyndon Johnson's escalation in Vietnam—a conflict that brought their party to disaster and caused a new generation of Democrats to turn to McGovern for leadership. A stunning achievement, The Rise of a Prairie Statesman ends in 1968, in the wake of the assassinations of Martin Luther King and Robert Kennedy, when the "Draft McGovern" movement thrust him into the national spotlight and the contest for the presidential nomination, culminating in his triumphal reelection to the Senate and his emergence as one of the most likely prospects for the Democratic nomination in 1972..

Brazil

Equitable, Competitive, Sustainable, Contributions for Debate

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Publisher: World Bank Publications

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Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 655

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This volume presents a set of policy notes prepared by the World Bank's Brazil Team with partners during 2002

Argumentation and Advocacy

The Journal of the American Forensic Association

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