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1 Global Studies Heike Roth Debating Global Studies Debating

2 Global Studies Heike Roth Debating 1.How to Start 2.Bewertung 3.schriftliche Leistungsmessung Global Studies

3 Heike Roth Debating 1. How to Start Lecture 1: introduction to debating Lecture 2: arguments and rebuttal Lecture 3: structuring arguments Lecture 4: first debate Lecture 5: Points of Information & reply speech Lecture 6: second debate with POI & reply speech Lecture 7: third debate

4 Global Studies Heike Roth Debating Lecture 1: Introduction to Debating Video Definition Zielsetzung Teams EinstiegGruppenarbeit motion 2 Teams => Proposition and Opposition Argumente sammeln pro Schüler mind. ein Argument debate Teams sitzen sich gegenüber phrases zig-zagging zwei Runden: ungeordnet geordnet Reflexion Strukturierung Sitzordnung formaler Ablauf

5 Global Studies Heike Roth Debating ChairpersonTime- keeper PropositionOpposition Floor – audience Judges optional Debating – Seating

6 Global Studies Heike Roth Debating Debating – formaler Ablauf I PROPOSITIONOPPOSITION 1 st speaker definition: introduces motion, defines words if necessary teamline: gives overview of arguments given by the team throughout the debate gives 1-2 arguments 1 st speaker definition: accepts or redefines propositions definition rebuttal: tears arguments given by 1 st speaker of the proposition into pieces gives 1-2 arguments, in general the most important ones 2 nd speaker rebuttal gives 1-2 arguments 2 nd speaker rebuttal gives 1-2 arguments

7 Global Studies Heike Roth Debating 3 rd speaker rebuttal for the most part max. 1 new minor argument 3 rd speaker rebuttal for the most part max. 1 new minor argument => cant be contradicted! Reply speech Either 4 th speaker, or done by 1 st or 2 nd speaker summerizes debate: demolishes the other sides case gives an overview of own case and teamline puts own case into a broader, more general context Reply speech Judges hand in their marksheets Chairperson announces verdict Debating – formaler Ablauf II PROPOSITIONOPPOSITION

8 Global Studies Heike Roth Debating Lecture 1: Introduction to Debating Video Definition Zielsetzung Teams GruppenarbeitEinstiegdebateStrukturierung motion 2 Teams => Proposition and Opposition Argumente sammeln pro Schüler mind. ein Argument Teams sitzen sich gegenüber phrases zig-zagging zwei Runden: ungeordnet geordnet Reflexion Sitzordnung formaler Ablauf Hausaufgabe: motions to debate, guide to parliamenary debate

9 Global Studies Heike Roth Debating Lecture 2: Arguments and Rebuttal Brainstorming alles erlaubt keine Bewertung keine Taboos Strukturierung Wie gut sind die Argumente? Welche Argumente gehören zusammen? Welches Argument ist wichtig, welches weniger? Wie lassen sich die Argumente begründen? Übung: Hot Chair Stuhlkreis mit 2 Stühlen in der Mitte Schüler wechseln sich ab, argumentieren und widerlegen Hausaufgabe: phrases

10 Global Studies Heike Roth Debating Lecture 3: Structuring Arguments s ocial p olitical e conomic r eligious m oral A RGUMENTS SPERM A R E Assertion kurze, prägnante Aussage (label) Reasoning Begründung der Aussage Evidence Beweise für die Richtigkeit der Aussage Hausaufgabe: Schüler schreiben teamline

11 Global Studies Heike Roth Debating Capital punishment is 100% effective as a deterrent to the criminal being executed; that killer cannot commit any more crimes. As a deterrent to others, it depends on how effectively the death penalty is applied; in the USA where less than 1% of murderers are executed, it is difficult to assess the true effect of deterrence. But for example, a 1985 study (Stephen K. Layson, University of North Carolina) showed that 1 execution deterred 18 murders. Opponents of the death penalty prefer to ignore the fact that they themselves are responsible for its high costs, by causing a never-ending succession of appeals. Prisons in many countries are over-crowded and under-funded, and this problem is made worse by life sentences or delayed death sentences for murderers. Why should the taxpayer bear the cost of supporting a murderer for an entire lifetime? Motion: This House believes that the death penalty should be allowed everywhere. Lecture 3: Sample Arguments Arguments proposition ( )

12 Global Studies Heike Roth Debating Lecture 4: First debate rhetorische Übungen Intonation Zungenbrecher- übung Debating Rubric Vorstellen des Bewertungsschemas Verteilen von Beobachtungsaufträgen Debate Sprechzeit: 2 Minuten Feedback Hausaufgabe: Vorbereiten einer Rede über eine berühmte Persönlichkeit

13 Global Studies Heike Roth Debating Lecture 5: POIs and Reply Speech Definition Zielsetzung Regeln Points of InformationÜbungen Celebrity game => Balloon Debate To stand trial Reply Speech Definition Zielsetzung Does and Donts Hausaufgabe: Erstellen der Reply Speech für Motion der letzten Stunde

14 Global Studies Heike Roth Debating leak Tasks: Choose a historical/contemporary/mythical character you can identify with. Prepare a convincing statement that justifies your staying in the balloon. At least one longish sentence must be made. Time limit: 3 minutes. Time for preparation: 10 minutes Tasks: Choose a historical/contemporary/mythical character you can identify with. Prepare a convincing statement that justifies your staying in the balloon. At least one longish sentence must be made. Time limit: 3 minutes. Time for preparation: 10 minutes Debate : All sit on chairs in a large circle. Each in turn has time to stand up and speak in his/her own favor. Everyone has to speak freely, without notes! Play-acting to support your statement is strongly encouraged. Points of information are permitted and encouraged at any time! Each candidate has one vote but may not vote for him/herself. Debate : All sit on chairs in a large circle. Each in turn has time to stand up and speak in his/her own favor. Everyone has to speak freely, without notes! Play-acting to support your statement is strongly encouraged. Points of information are permitted and encouraged at any time! Each candidate has one vote but may not vote for him/herself. Balloon Debate

15 Global Studies Heike Roth Debating Lectures 6 & 7: Debattieren Lecture 6 Debate gleiche Motion wie in 4. Sitzung mit POIs und Reply Speech Sprechzeit: 3 Minuten Festlegung der neuen Motion und Vorbereitung Lecture 7 erste komplett selbst vorbereitete Debate Sprechzeit: 3-4 Minuten Beobachtungsaufträge Feedback

16 Global Studies Heike Roth Debating 1.How to Start 2.Bewertung einer Debate 3.schriftliche Leistungsmessung Global Studies

17 Heike Roth Debating 2. Bewertung Speaker 1Speaker 2Speaker 3Reply Speech and style: - free speech and fluency - dynamics: speed/volume/pauses etc. - rhetoric - body language Content - issues addressed - support with facts/examples - structure - reasoning/conclusions Points per speaker Additional points for teamline structure, refutation and points of information points*2 Comments Total points Evaluation Sheet Date: Judge: Motion: ________________________________________________________________ Proposition 9/10superior 7/8excellent 5/6good 3/4fair 1/2 poor

18 Global Studies Heike Roth Debating 2. Bewertung Content addressing issue did not address topic rarely addressed topic usually addressed topic addressed topic, very few exceptions always addressed topic support with facts and examples arguments lacked evidence arguments supported with few evidence, arguments supported with evidence and examples many examples/ facts given: most of them relevant many relevant, supporting examples and facts given reasoning and inferences no relevant arguments given, argu- ments never clear and convincing, no inferences few relevant arguments given, arguments rarely clear and convincing, poor inferences some relevant arguments given, some- times clear and convincing, average inferences most argu- ments given: most of them relevant, clear and convincing, complex and elaborated, compre- hensible inferences most relevant arguments given in sup- port, clear, convincing, eloquent, complex and elaborated arguments, very well laid out inferences ItemExpression1 – poor2 – fair3 – good4 - excellent5 – superior

19 Global Studies Heike Roth Debating 1.How to Start 2.Bewertung einer Debate 3.schriftliche Leistungsmessung Global Studies

20 Heike Roth Debating 3. schriftliche Leistungsmessung Schriftliche Leistung Tests über phrases neue Motion Angaben von Fakten in junks => Schüler for- mulieren Argument/ Rede Motion aus Unterricht Teamline schreiben Argument vorgeben => Schüler schreibt Rebuttal formulieren sinnvolle POIs Reply Speech schreiben Abfragen von Fakten

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