Classroom – Lincoln Douglas Debate

LINCOLN DOUGLAS DEBATE features one person on each side. Propositions of value are debated with the emphasis on developing logical argumentation rather than an accumulation of information. Students will learn values analysis, argumentation skills, sound and ethical use of persuasion, and clear audience-centered communication. The topic changes every two months.
Video of Lincoln Douglas Debate:

Lincoln Douglas Debate Guide – Wellington

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