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-This page will serve as a post-training resource for attendees of the IDEA training in Kulim, Malaysia to be held from January 31-February 4, 2008. It will feature links to the Powerpoint presentations and notes for further research.+This page serves as a post-training resource for attendees of the IDEA training in Kulim, Malaysia to be held from January 31-February 4, 2008. It features links to help you continue debating even though the workshop and tournament are over. Also - remember that this is a user-generated site, so if there are issues about Malaysia that you'd like to see debated, join Debatepedia!
-=Schedule=+ 
 +=Schedule and Activities=
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-2:15–4:15 – Registration and Check-in+*2:15–4:15 – Registration and Check-in
-8:00-10:00 – Briefing+*8:00-10:00 – Briefing
 +**Introductions.
 +**Expectations. The vast majority of expectations related to improving English language skills, while fear of public speaking was the major apprehension.
 +**Parachute Game.
'''Friday, Feb 1''' '''Friday, Feb 1'''
 +*8:00-10:00 - Introduction to Debate.
 +**For a summary of some of the concepts from this session, you can visit some of the following pages: [[Critical Thinking]], [[Logical Argument]], [[Educational Debate]], [[The Principle of Cooperation]], and [[Constructive Criticism]]. You may also see several PowerPoint presentations about British Parliamentary Debate by Dr. Robert Trapp and other trainers from an IDEA workshop in Beijing. These can be found at [[Beijing BP Training]].
 +*10:15-12:15 - Introduction to British Parliamentary Debate
 +**Overview of how to participate in 4-team debate with emphasis on the roles and responsibilities of each team.
 +**For guidelines and an overview of individual speaker roles, please see [[Standards:Two Team and Four Team Parliamentary Debate]]
-2:15-4:15 – Parliamentary Debate Session 2 – Rules and Roles of Proposition+*2:15-4:15 – British Parliamentary Debate Session 2 (led by Yem and Alex)
- +**More clarification from morning sessions. Please see link above.
-8:00-10:00 – Workshop – Public Speaking; Judge’s workshop+**Brainstorming. British Parliamentary Debate features only 15 minutes of preparation time, meaning that debaters must be accustomed to thinking of and improving upon several arguments in a short amount of time. In this session, students were introduced to this habit by brainstorming, in groups, as many arguments as possible for why humans should explore space. This exercise is particularly important for teams in the closing house as extensions must be comprised of new material. Brainstorming for quantity of argumentation during preparation time is a good way to ensure that your extension will be unique.
 +**To work on brainstorming for opening house positions, students were asked to prepare a case on the motion "This House Believes Malaysia Should Act to Curb Global Warming."
 +*2:15-4:15 - Judge's workshop (led by Fareez)
 +**Simultaneous to British Parliamentary Debate Session 2
 +**For overview of successful adjudication, please see [[Standards:Judge]]
 +*8:00-10:00 – Workshop – Public Speaking
 +**Trainers provided an overview of effective public speaking
 +**Debaters presented speeches prepared during the afternoon workshop.
'''Saturday, Feb 2''' '''Saturday, Feb 2'''

Revision as of 03:01, 11 February 2008

This page serves as a post-training resource for attendees of the IDEA training in Kulim, Malaysia to be held from January 31-February 4, 2008. It features links to help you continue debating even though the workshop and tournament are over. Also - remember that this is a user-generated site, so if there are issues about Malaysia that you'd like to see debated, join Debatepedia!


Schedule and Activities

Thursday, Jan 31


  • 2:15–4:15 – Registration and Check-in
  • 8:00-10:00 – Briefing
    • Introductions.
    • Expectations. The vast majority of expectations related to improving English language skills, while fear of public speaking was the major apprehension.
    • Parachute Game.


Friday, Feb 1

  • 10:15-12:15 - Introduction to British Parliamentary Debate
  • 2:15-4:15 – British Parliamentary Debate Session 2 (led by Yem and Alex)
    • More clarification from morning sessions. Please see link above.
    • Brainstorming. British Parliamentary Debate features only 15 minutes of preparation time, meaning that debaters must be accustomed to thinking of and improving upon several arguments in a short amount of time. In this session, students were introduced to this habit by brainstorming, in groups, as many arguments as possible for why humans should explore space. This exercise is particularly important for teams in the closing house as extensions must be comprised of new material. Brainstorming for quantity of argumentation during preparation time is a good way to ensure that your extension will be unique.
    • To work on brainstorming for opening house positions, students were asked to prepare a case on the motion "This House Believes Malaysia Should Act to Curb Global Warming."
  • 2:15-4:15 - Judge's workshop (led by Fareez)
    • Simultaneous to British Parliamentary Debate Session 2
    • For overview of successful adjudication, please see Standards:Judge
  • 8:00-10:00 – Workshop – Public Speaking
    • Trainers provided an overview of effective public speaking
    • Debaters presented speeches prepared during the afternoon workshop.

Saturday, Feb 2


8:00-10:00 – Parliamentary Debate Session 3 – Rules and Roles of Opposition

10:15-12:15 – Parliamentary Debate Session 4

2:15-4:15 – Workshop – Practice with Proposition; Judge’s workshop

8:00-10:00 – Workshop – Practice with Opposition; Judge’s workshop


Sunday, Feb 3


8:00-10:00 – Debate Round 1 (with verbal feedback)

10:15-12:15 – Debate Round 2 (with verbal feedback)

2:15-4:15 – Debate Round 3 (with verbal feedback)

4:30-6:00 – Debate Quarterfinals (with NO verbal feedback)

8:00-10:00 – Debate Semifinals (with verbal feedback)


Monday, Feb 4


8:00-10:00 – Debate Final Round

10:15-12:15 – Closing Ceremony

12:15-2:15 – Lunch and Check-out

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