Negative Speaker’s Roles: (Affirmative 1st Speech) 1st Speech 1. Do you accept the Affirmative definition? If no, explain why :( in a PROPER PARAGRAPH) e.g. (NO COPYING): we the negative team accepts this definition/disagrees with this definition because… 2. Rebuttal: This CAN NOT is written before the debate. Rebuttal is when you say why they were wrong and they do the same. You have to look for as many points as you can to say they are wrong (but they cannot be random e.g. vocabulary mistakes), you can never have to much rebuttal(but you do have a time limit, 45 minutes per speech BUT you also have points to present too ). You have three chances to rebut in the whole debate, but you can’t keep them “unupdated”, e.g. you are saying your last point and you rebut about something the opposing team said in the beginning. You should start with something like this(NO COPYING): Before I start my points, I would like to point out some misleading points from the opposing team. They have said… 3. Allocation: Plan out your points(NO COPYING): e.g. As my first point, I will be speaking about…(MINIMUM: 4 POINTS) 4. Say your first 2 points, don’t forget to use P.E.E.L. (NO COPYING)::
Point (My Point Is that…) Example (Take For Example…) Explain(So What This Means Is…) Link (That’s Why…) (2nd Affirmative Speech) 2nd Speech 1. Rebuttal(See above, BUT THIS TIME, SAY THINGS THAT ARE WRONG ABOUT 2ND SPEECH) 2. Say your other 1 or 2(maximum 3) points, don’t forget to use peel(see above) (3rd Affirmative’ s Speech)
3rd & Final Speech 1. Rebuttal (ON 3RD SPEECH) 2. Summary: Summaries your points and what you have said today at this debate, (NO NEW POINTS)
Adjudicator Will Look For: ● ● ● ● Tips: Each Speech Must Be Around 45 Minutes You Get 8 Palm Cards, 4 For Rebuttal & 4 For Speech, That’s all. Don’t Use Slang, E.G The Other Team Is Stupid Because They Said This… Always Use Formal Words....
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