Posts tagged with: Debate For All

Debate for All: Intro to PICs (Tess Welch)

What is a PIC? How is a PIC different than a regular Counterplan?

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Debate for All: How to Practice Theory

How does one improve at theory? Read this advice and comment below on your own techniques!

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Defining and Debating A Prioris (Noah Simon)

“What is an a priori anyway?” Noah Simon asks and answers the basic definitional question while presenting a nuanced distinction between two types of a prioris. His distinction provides insight into how debaters and theorists should approach a prioris moving forward.

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Debate for All – RVI

Concept Sometimes you’ll hear a suspicious-sounding word in Scrabble where you’re not quite sure if it’s a real word. You can initiate a “challenge,” which is more or less an accusation that your opponent has cheated by using a word […]

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Debate For All: Intro to Elim Strategy

Learn the basis of Elim strategy. When you should you flip? What side should you choose? When should you break new? Should you disclose which aff you’ll read before the round?

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Four New Videos from CPS and Golden Desert!

Rounds from Brentwood JL, Del Mar AI, Del Mar KK, John Marshall DD, LAMP RR, Lynbrook DW

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Debate For All: Intro to K’s

Kritiks can be scary, but we can demystify them by breaking them down into their component parts: a framework, a disadvantage that links to the framework, and an alternative or counter-advocacy that solves the disadvantage. The kritik critiques something wrong […]

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Debate For All: OCI’s Part 1

Jargon Plank – Interpretations are composed of one or more planks that prescribe what practices should be allowed. With a bit of practice, you’ll know it when you see it. The interpretation: The aff must not read a plan has […]

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Debate For All: Poll and Recap #1

In case you’ve missed any of our recent articles, we’ve recapped them here. Vote in the poll!

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Debate For All: Framework Preparation

Framework Preparation Jargon Frontlines – These are pre-written responses against common objections to your case. Out – An out is just an argument you can leverage heavily to win a particular layer without too much discomfort. Word Economy – To […]

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