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Latin America Affs – Visualized

Posted on August 14th, by Sarah Spring in General, High School Debate, Research. Comments Off on Latin America Affs – Visualized

H/T – the new #HSdebate blog HSimpact

Data seems to be from the Michigan Debate Workshops – the authors seem to be “marc” and “danny” – check it out here. 

 

 

 


Latin America Topic News

Posted on August 6th, by Sarah Spring in Debate Pedagogy, Debate Topics, High School Debate, Research. Comments Off on Latin America Topic News

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Latin America Topic

Posted on May 14th, by Sarah Spring in Debate Pedagogy, Debate Topics, High School Debate. Comments Off on Latin America Topic

The 2013-2014 High School National Forensics League topic has been out for some time, but we’re beginning to think and work on the topic – We’ll be posting resources, links, and the like on this blog as well as cross-posting from our GSQ lab blog at the UNT Mean Green workshop.

Resolved: The United States federal government should substantially increase its economic engagement toward Cuba, Mexico, or Venezuela.

To kick it off, here’s a very cool word cloud that depicts US-Attitudes towards Mexico that is associated with a study from last year on the topic from the National Journal.

Perhaps debating this topic can change change these associations for the high school students who will be researching and discussing these questions in depth!





UH Policy Debate Blog

Honors Policy Debate team argue merits of fracking – The Daily Cougar
Jenny Reiss Fracking is neither sustainable nor will it bridge the way towards renewable energy

Any environmental risk is reason enough to calm enthusiasm for...

And we’re off!

The team has departed, with Nader, for GSU. #GoCoogs

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