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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Policy_debate

Policy debate is a form of debate competition in which teams of two advocate for and against a resolution that typically calls for policy change by the United States federal government. It is also referred to as cross-examination debate ( sometimes shortened to ...

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Sep 27, 2011 ... Learn about cross-examination in a debate. Originally presented on September 27th, 2011: ...

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Asking and Answering Questions in Cross-Examination. Taken from Breaking Down Barriers: How to Debate (2000 Edition). The Questioner. 1. Ask questions to ...

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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 ...

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A directory of resources to help you understand concepts in cross-examination/ policy debate.

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Find all our free resources for the current policy/cross-examination debate resolution, including topic analyses, strategy tips, and free evidence.

everydaydebate.blogspot.com/2011/09/elements-of-debate-cross-examination.html

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 ...

www.quora.com/Debate-What-are-some-questions-you-can-always-ask-in-cross-examination

Always is probably too broad to apply to questions, but here are some staples that I would always have in my arsenal: 1. Request for Support: How do you know ?

www.speaking.pitt.edu/student/public-speaking/crossexamination.html

Cross-Examination: The Basics. If you were well ... Basic Purposes to Cross Examination for the Questioner ... Do not be dragged into a debate with one person.