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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lincoln%E2%80%93Douglas_debate

Lincoln–Douglas debate is a type of one-on-one debate practiced mainly in the United States .... In order to make a criticism, there has to be a link, or reason. A link ... something the opponent said, something conceded in cross-examination, etc. ... The only type of case that is virtually universally accepted is the value/ value ...

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Structure_of_policy_debate

Argument types. Stock issues · Case · Disadvantage · Counterplan · Impact calculus · Topicality. Category Policy debate · v · t · e. In all forms of policy debate, the order of speeches is as follows: 1. First Affirmative Constructive (1AC). a. Cross-examination of First Affirmative by Second Negative ... It is the first part of the negative block and thus will only cover part of the 2AC.

www.answers.com/Q/What_is_is_the_only_type_of_examination_in_a_debate

cross-examination. ... Did Obama and McCain only have one debate? ... A cross examination type of debate is? ... Is direct examinations included in a debate?

www.csun.edu/~dgw61315/debformats.html

Sep 5, 2000 ... There are several different formats for debate practiced in high school and ... sometimes go "inside-outside" so that one person (usually the weaker member) ... When team policy debate is done without cross-examination ... I never did this kind of debate, so I will keep my description short: NDT is just like the ...

classroom.synonym.com/types-debates-2476.html

Every kind of debate has two sides, but there are two general types of debates: ... ... speeches and four rebuttals--and four periods of cross-examination. ... They are one-on-one debates that focus on arguing for or against competing moral and ... Resolutions are established only 10 minutes or so before a round of debate ...

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 ... These types of debate require that good cross examination questions to set up the refutation ... If there is a point that would reasonably derail your opponent's case, it can help to ... No one is ever fully prepared for a debate round.

www.wcdebate.com/2ld/7cx.htm

Taken from Breaking Down Barriers: How to Debate (2000 Edition) ... Ask questions to get your opponents to admit their case has weaknesses. EXAMPLE: Q: “Your case ... R: “Right.” Q: “And your study that shows sex education works comes from one city.” ... DO ASK: “Did you show there are only a few homeless people?”.

www.comm.pitt.edu/cross-examination

Cross-Examination: The Basics If you were well prepared for your speech, you should also be ... Because you won't know ahead of time exactly what kind of questions will be asked, answers are ... to entire audience, not have a private conversation with just one person. ... Do not be dragged into a debate with one person.

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

Aug 21, 2008 ... Because you won't know ahead of time exactly what kind of ... Basic Purposes to Cross Examination for the Questioner ... audience, not have a private conversation with just one person. ... Do not be dragged into a debate with one person. ... There are not seeking an answer to a question, but attacking ...