It is also referred to as cross-examination debate (sometimes shortened to Cross-
X, CX, Cross-ex, or C-X) because of the 3-minute questioning period following ...
the goals of cross-examination and effective cross-examina- tion techniques. ...
prepare for cross-examinations at all—when debates start, they end up using all
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Sep 27, 2011 ... Learn about cross-examination in a debate. Originally presented on September
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A directory of resources to help you understand concepts in cross-examination/
Cross-examination is perhaps the most under-utilized several minutes of any
debate round. Since your cross-x gives you complete control over what subjects ...
Asking and Answering Questions in Cross-Examination. Taken from Breaking
Down Barriers: How to Debate (2000 Edition). The Questioner. 1. Ask questions
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Usually, the judge will lay his pen down and listen to cross-examination, but will
... each speaker must act as questioner once and only once during the debate.
cross examination affords a unique opportunity for each side to set up or even
score memorable ... the judge with this tactic and did not win the debate.
Sep 19, 2011 ... Good cross-examination (Cross-x) is an acquired skill which comes from practice
and experience. Anyone who has ever watched a court-room ...