Discourse Resolution Debate: A Model For Community Intellectual Discussions (The Final Part)

Introduction To Discourse Resolution Debate

Education Goals

Discourse Resolution Rules

A. Why we have rules.

B. Problem Posing education and purpose of debate.

C. Burdens of proof

D. Resolution, preparation, and disclosure

The Resolution:

Types of Resolutions:

Research:

Disclosure:

Roles of the teams:

F. Research burdens

Round Format

V. The Speaker of the Forum (Critical Educator)

VI. Standards for speaking

Conclusion

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