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Debating the Case Mikaela Malsin, Univ. of Georgia DUDA 2012 http: //dallasurbandebate. wikispaces. com Debating the Case Mikaela Malsin, Univ. of Georgia DUDA 2012 http: //dallasurbandebate. wikispaces. com S

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Glossary S Case – Arguments presented by the affirmative in favor of a particular Glossary S Case – Arguments presented by the affirmative in favor of a particular plan of action S Advantage – a benefit to doing the plan, or set of reasons the plan is a good idea S Offense – why something is actively good or bad S Aff offense vs. neg offense S Defense – minimization of the other team’s offense S Card – piece of evidence read in support of an argument S Analytic – argument made by the debater without written evidence

The Stock Issues S S – Solvency S H – Harms S I – The Stock Issues S S – Solvency S H – Harms S I – Inherency S T – Topicality S (S) – Significance S Debating the case usually means debating the first 3, often mostly the first 2

Stock issues kitty Needs all 4 legs of the table Stock issues kitty Needs all 4 legs of the table

What is the goal? – AFF S For the Aff, the case is… S What is the goal? – AFF S For the Aff, the case is… S DEFEND THE HOUSE S Stock issues S Defeat negative objections S Outweigh the negative’s arguments (offense) S Debating the case begins in what speech? S Importance of the flow (Pre-flow!)

Watermelon helmet kitty Knows how to defend the house Watermelon helmet kitty Knows how to defend the house

What is the goal? – NEG S Stock issues in reverse – try to What is the goal? – NEG S Stock issues in reverse – try to create doubt on every level S Minimize AFF to maximize your arguments (make NEG offense outweigh) S Diversity [HSR example – competitiveness advantage) S Give yourself many options – then collapse S One option – turning the case (impact turning or link turning) S Debating the case begins… S Importance of the flow

Laser eyes kitty Sees his opponent’s arguments in advance Laser eyes kitty Sees his opponent’s arguments in advance

Importance of the Case S “Policy” debate – what is the policy? S Foundation Importance of the Case S “Policy” debate – what is the policy? S Foundation of the debate S All arguments trace back to the case – is it a good or bad idea? S Point of comparison

1 AC – 1 AC CX S What does the 1 AC say? What 1 AC – 1 AC CX S What does the 1 AC say? What is the goal? S 1 AC has built-in responses to the 1 NC [HSR – climate change example] S All 4 debaters working during this time S 1 AC CX – goals for the 2 N, 1 N

1 NC – 1 NC CX S How much time on case? S Structure 1 NC – 1 NC CX S How much time on case? S Structure – alternate evidence with analytics S Arguments from 1 AC cross-ex S Cover every advantage + solvency S Diversity – various types of ways to answer S, H S Again, all 4 debaters working S Cross-ex – goal of the 1 A?

2 AC – 2 AC CX S Case goes ON TOP – why? S 2 AC – 2 AC CX S Case goes ON TOP – why? S Answer 1 NC arguments in order; keep flow organized S Use the 1 AC – built-in answers! S 2 AC blocks – not just for off-case S Time allocation; efficiency S Add-ons S What are all 4 debaters doing? S Job of the 1 N in 2 AC CX

2 NC/1 NR S Extending 1 NC arguments S Answering 2 AC responses S 2 NC/1 NR S Extending 1 NC arguments S Answering 2 AC responses S Begin making choices, both strategic and substantive S Reading more evidence – when? Why? S Discussion of impacts S Block division S Making the 1 AR difficult

1 AR S Order – still first S Difficulty of the 1 AR S 1 AR S Order – still first S Difficulty of the 1 AR S Job of the 1 AR – DEFEND THE HOUSE S Make choices – this doesn’t mean drop arguments S The beauty of cross-application S Time allocation, efficiency S Goal = give the 2 AR the tools they need

2 NR S This speech is all about making choices S What case arguments 2 NR S This speech is all about making choices S What case arguments to extend? S Depth vs. breadth S Covering advantages, solvency S Why still important in the 2 NR?

2 AR S Order – still first S Most important part of the 2 2 AR S Order – still first S Most important part of the 2 AR S Assess the threat S Choose your route to victory – which impact(s)? Assessment S Write the ballot for the judge (“the case outweighs because…”)

Jumping kitten Is running off to write blocks Jumping kitten Is running off to write blocks