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18 April 2017 SWBAT: use knowledge to demonstrate understanding of setting arguments
B2-LibLab first 1/2
B6 (in class)
B8- LibLab 1/2
1:00-2:00 Midland University
B2-we’ll move to 233
B8- LibLab ½
All materials due
B2: First ½ LIB
B6: 2nd ½ LIB
B8: First ½ LIB
NO PARENT DEBATE
Only at my direction
(tweet, timer, quick fact search)
I should not be seeing them
New Topic Choices
NEED TO CHOOSE
Resolved: The US federal government should substantially increase its
regulation of one or more of the following in the US: genetically modified
foods, biofuels, pesticides, concentrated animal feeding operations, crop insurance
AFF= Increase regulation
NEG= Status quo/cut
Resolved: The US federal government should substantially increase its funding and/or regulation of elementary and/or secondary education in the US.
AFF= Increase budget
Resolved: The US federal government should substantially increase progressive taxation, the federal minimum wage or consumer lending
regulation in the US
NEG= status quo/cut
Resolved: The US federal
government should substantially increase
incentives for development and/or use of renewable energy in the United States.
AFF= increase incentives
Resolved: The US federal government should substantially increase
economic, diplomatic and/or military pressure on the Russian Federation
AFF= increase pressure
NEG= we should leave as is (Status Quo) or cut
Day 1: Break the Resolution
Step 1: Pick Key Ideas
Ask your question
Set one “background” article
Day 3: Frame an argument
Look at your PRO/CON, then set the questions you would have to ask yourself.
Create contention areas (almost always economic impact)
Create outline (USE MY TEMPLATE from “CONVERSATIONS”)
As Word Doc
“Conversations” is in “Homan Debate” “Classroom” inside your Office 365—the leaf
Start Pro/Con Lists
Resolved: The United States should no longer pressure Israel to work toward a two-state solution.
We SHOULD NOT pressure
LEAVE THEM ALONE
LET THEM DO WHAT THEY WANT
THEY CAN HAVE ONE STATE
We SHOULD CONTINUE to put pressure on Israel
KEEP DOING WHAT WE ARE DOING
A TWO STATE SOLUTION IS BEST
Us pressuring is causing problems?
What has our “pressure” been?
Are other countries mad at us for being involved?
Are we involved?
How much have we spent?
How long have we been involved?
If they have one state, why is that good?
Who wants us to keep putting pressure on them (Israel)?
What are their reasons?
Is there a reason that the pressure is benefitting us in some way?
A two state is good for us because?
Historically, “Two states” has worked?
Again—why do we get any opinion?
Develop Contention Areas
Practicality (match rest)
War is good for us
Day 2&3: SHARE RESOURCES
Open word document
“SHARE” with the kids on your team
As you find documents that work, add yours to the master list—PUT YOUR INITIALS
LABEL WHY YOU WOULD USE
“Economic Impact—data supports…”
You can work as a team, you can work individually.
The document will be part of the “packet”
18 April 2017
SWBAT: use knowledge to demonstrate understanding of setting arguments
(due next class)
Create Outline #2
(it is opposite of one that is already done)
Use the MLA outline inside “Conversations”
I AM LOOKING FOR YOUR UNDERSTANDING OF IMPACT
You will have 45 minutes to set blocks/revise(?) on FRIDAY for Tuesdayrguments
You can wor