AP Debates MP 1

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October 27, 2017 by mrcaseyhistory

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Quaestio: How can we become the best debaters ever?

PowerPoint: Introduction to Debate

Classwork:
Debate MP1 Class 101
Debate MP1 Class 102
Debate MP1 Class 103
Debate MP1 Class 104
Debate MP1 Class 105

Team Debate Rubric – Debater
Team Debate Rubric – Moderator
Team Debater Talking Points
Team Moderator Talking Points

Debate Make Up Assignment

Homework 10/31/16:

  1. Bring in any class material I have given you, such as classwork or homework, that can be used to help you in this debate. You will, of course, have access to the textbook in class. I will also be returning work that has been handed in and not yet returned.
  2. Find AT LEAST ONE outside source, other than the textbook or class materials, that you can use to help you prepare for this debate. You must SEND IT TO ME BY EMAIL before class with “Debate Source” in the subject of the email. You are encouraged to print the relevant portions of your outside source to bring to class to use in preparation. If do not have the ability to print from home, you can print from my classroom by printing from your sent mail.
  3. After reviewing the relevant class materials and your outside source, use the space below to come up with three tentative but well-thought-out arguments you could use to support your position.

Homework Extra Credit Worksheets:
Herodotus & Thucydides- Fathers of History
Geographic Landforms

Optional Project:
Ancient Inventions Project

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