S.Y. 2011 – 2012
THIRD QUARTER EXAMINATION
Name: _______________________________ Score: _______________ Year/Section: ______________ Date: _______________
Test I. TRUE OR FALSE. Below are statements that refer to the RULES of INTERPELLATION AND BRIEF-MAKING. Based on your knowledge of these two, determine the veracity of the statements given. (1 pt. each)
____1. Each heading and subheading in a brief should be in the form of a complete statement. ____2. Each heading and subheading in a brief may contain two or more statements. ____3. No heading or subheading should be marked with more than one symbol. ____4. All references and sources of information should be accurately stated in a brief. ____5. The first part of the introduction should contain the evidences and arguments of the given side. ____6. The last part of the introduction should contain a statement of issues and partition. ____7. In the discussion, each main heading should read as a reason for the truth and falsity of the proposition. ____8. Each subheading should read as a reason for the truth of the heading immediately above it. ____9. A summary of essential points of the proof is placed under discussion ____10. An interpellator’s question should be phrased in such a way that it reveals the strength of his opponent’s arguments and the strength of his arguments. ____11. Questioning may be designed to force the opponent to concede to the interpellator’s evidence or reasoning.
____12. Questions may be arranged from admitted matter to the weakness or inconsistency of the opponent’s arguments.
____13. In interpellation, questions should only be directed to the opponent’s arguments. ____14. The interpellator is in direct charge of the interpellation. ____15. Questions and answers in...
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