Debating in the World Schools Style A guide by Simon (University of Oxford, UK Associate Professor of Economics, University of Oxford Associate Professor of Economics, Quinn
  

Synopsis

Debating in the World Schools Style A guide by Simon (University of Oxford, UK Associate Professor of Economics, University of Oxford Associate Professor of Economics, Quinn

Debating in the World Schools Style is a how-to guide to the most popular style of debating among school students across the world. Written by a former winner of the World Schools Championships, the guide covers all aspects of debating: Preparation (including sections on team preparation, individual preparation and teamwork) Rebuttal Style Points of Information and Reply Speeches Debating in the World Schools Style also contains activities to assist debaters and coaches as well as a list of 500 debate motions in a wide variety of subject areas, from environment to gender issues; science to religion.

About the Author

Simon Quinn was awarded Best Individual Speaker at the World Schools Debating Championships in 1999 and 2000; as a Rhodes Scholar from Australia, he is currently studying for a doctorate in economics at the University of Oxford.

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Format

Paperback
218 pages

Author

Simon (University of Oxford, UK Associate Professor of Economics, University of Oxford Associate Professor of Economics, Quinn
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Publisher

International Debate Education Association

Publication date

16th September 2013

ISBN

9781617700873


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