debate vocabulary Crossword Puzzles

Vocab #9 Review - Evan 2023-05-10

Vocab #9 Review - Evan crossword puzzle
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  1. He was ________ with his book.
  2. I __________ that author's purpose is a weird vocabulary word.
  3. He ___________ the impact.
  4. The native Americans experienced ___________.
  5. There was enough _______ evidence to convict the man.
  6. One of the vocabulary words is __________ __________.
  7. The teacher asked what __________ the story was written from.
  8. Wikapedia is not a _________ source.
  9. His __________ did not persuade the people witnessing the debate.
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  1. Some people are _______ to their religion.
  2. The military could be considered a _______ of the government.
  3. We had to __________ on our paper.
  4. People like to experience other people's __________.
  5. He was ___________ with the food.
  6. Sometimes you have to make an __________ about an story.
  7. It's usually not good to act on _______.
  8. He felt ________.

17 Clues: He felt ________.He ___________ the impact.He was ________ with his book.He was ___________ with the food.We had to __________ on our paper.Wikapedia is not a _________ source.It's usually not good to act on _______.Some people are _______ to their religion.The native Americans experienced ___________....

Debate Vocabulary 2021-04-22

Debate Vocabulary crossword puzzle
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  1. a negotiation strategy in which each individual gives up something to meet in the middle (win-lose win-lose)
  2. a statement of the point to be debated
  3. a speech that contradicts or attacks your opponent's attacks on your arguments, allowing you to rebuild your argument
  4. notes taken during a debate
  5. a negotiation strategy that focuses on resolving conflict by recognizing and valuing each side (win-win)
  6. the side in a debate that tries to prove the statement is false
  7. a negotiation strategy in which an individual tries to resolve a conflict by withdrawing or denying (lose-lose)
  8. the responsibility to find flaws in an argument--falls on the negative side
  9. a proposition that is either true or false
  10. the side in a debate that tries to prove the statement is true
  11. a transition that serves as a preview of arguments to be made in a speech
  12. a proposition that focuses on the desirability of a particular course of action
  13. a word in debate that refers to a reason for favoring their side of a proposition, including the facts that support this reason
  14. a negotiation strategy that that focuses on defeating the other person rather than resolving the problem (win-lose)
  15. the responsibility to prove something--falls on the affirmative side arguing against the status quo
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  1. specific speeches that debaters make to build an argument for one side or another
  2. the way things are now; the existing conditions--usually defended by the negative side
  3. any debate conducted without specific rules--group discussions, etc.
  4. a specific speech that shows the flaws in the argument of the opposition
  5. a formal method of solving problems; a contest in reasoned argument
  6. an outline of the affirmative and negative cases, used as a guide and summary before and during a debate
  7. a standard used to judge whether something is right or wrong, good or bad
  8. working with another person to settle an issue
  9. a term in debate for the total group of arguments on one side
  10. a type of proposition involving philosophical judgments for which there is no right or wrong answer
  11. a negotiation strategy in which differences are minimized, smoothed over, or suppressed (lose-win)
  12. a person's concept of the ideal; "in a perfect world"--implies a moral obligation
  13. facts, statements, reports, and quotes--information that helps prove something
  14. a formal statement of opinion; a proposition that begins with "resolved"

29 Clues: notes taken during a debatea statement of the point to be debateda proposition that is either true or falseworking with another person to settle an issuea term in debate for the total group of arguments on one sidethe side in a debate that tries to prove the statement is truethe side in a debate that tries to prove the statement is false...

Debate Vocabulary 2016-05-12

Debate Vocabulary crossword puzzle
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  1. The temporary release of a person awaiting trial
  2. A jury that deals with decision making and giving a verdict. Made up of 12 people and under
  3. A statement by a party to a legal action or what the party wants to prove
  4. The determination of a punishment to be inflicted on a convicted criminal
  5. The questioning of a witness after redirect examination
  6. The person that brings the lawsuit to court
  7. An individual company or institution sued in a court of law
  8. The questioning of a witness
  9. A judicial order requiring a person to act or to refrain from doing an act
  10. A public officer authorized to hear and decide court cases
  11. When a case is brought before a higher court
  12. A minor officer in a US Court
  13. Any crime punishable by death and forfeiture of lands and goods
  14. A statement of a witness under oath usually in a court
  15. of Proof The duty of proving a disputed charge
  16. To discharge completely
  17. What is alleged, and pleaded in defense
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  1. The available body of facts (DNA, weapon, phone records, etc.)
  2. Any trial by jury
  3. The act or process of convicting a crime
  4. A jury that questions law violations and the law. Made up of 12 to 23 people
  5. A call by an authority to appear before a court
  6. The questioning of a witness of the same side. This happens after cross examination
  7. The power or authority to administer justice
  8. A trial conducted according to rules without unreasonable delay or within a statutory period
  9. Carrying on of legal proceedings against a person
  10. Summoning of a witness or submission of evidence as records before a court
  11. To act as a judge
  12. The administration of justice according to established rules
  13. A sworn statement in writing
  14. To affirm, uphold, or approve
  15. Any charge or cause for blame
  16. An exam of a body after death to discover the cause of death
  17. The determination of innocence or guilt by due process of law

34 Clues: Any trial by juryTo act as a judgeTo discharge completelyA sworn statement in writingThe questioning of a witnessTo affirm, uphold, or approveAny charge or cause for blameA minor officer in a US CourtWhat is alleged, and pleaded in defenseThe act or process of convicting a crimeThe person that brings the lawsuit to court...

Debate Vocabulary 2022-08-09

Debate Vocabulary crossword puzzle
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  1. overthrowing claims made by opponent
  2. conflict with argument
  3. when debaters get to interact
  4. Definitions- definition is superior
  5. predict an arguent
  6. support for argument
  7. summing up the debate
  8. introduce their position
  9. misleading belief
  10. Theory-idea that debate must be fair
  11. shorter speeches in the debate
  12. Paradigm-preferences of a judge
  13. Time- 3 minutes to give speech
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  1. rejects the resolution
  2. regard ones opponent
  3. major argument
  4. to arguments
  5. piece of evidence with explanation
  6. not taking technique
  7. force of an argument
  8. Outline of debate case
  9. of Proof- argument must be valid
  10. supports the resolution
  11. necessary standard
  12. must have sufficient ground

25 Clues: to argumentsmajor argumentmisleading beliefpredict an arguentnecessary standardregard ones opponentnot taking techniqueforce of an argumentsupport for argumentsumming up the debaterejects the resolutionconflict with argumentOutline of debate casesupports the resolutionintroduce their positionmust have sufficient groundwhen debaters get to interact...

Debate Vocabulary 2020-02-03

Debate Vocabulary crossword puzzle
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  1. Mark the outline of; sketch; describe in detail
  2. An assertion or claim
  3. Connected with or related to the subject
  4. Relevant pieces of information that support a claim: facts, quotations, examples, statistics, or stories.
  5. A mental activity that consists of organizing information or beliefs into a series of steps to reach conclusions
  6. The opposite argument or viewpoint from what the speaker/writer is saying
  7. To examine, assess, and judge carefully.
  8. At least two people equally trying to prove which side is “right”, using a formal structure.
  9. A attorney's summary of the case, which attempts to persuade the judge (and the jury if there is one) to favor his or her side.
  10. A method of reasoning/thinking
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  1. Defend, explain, or make excuses for by reasoning
  2. A statement made by the lawyer for each side at the beginning of a trial, in which each lawyer outlines the case he or she intends to present.
  3. To prove to be false or incorrect
  4. Having nothing to do with the subject
  5. A relationship between two variables. NOTE: Just because two things are RELATED doesn’t mean that one causes the other! Do not mix these up!
  6. A response that refutes an argument; a comeback
  7. To recognize or admit
  8. Presenting a persuasive opinion; there may or may not be another person involved.
  9. Confrontation in which people cross lines to prove to each other WHO or what is “right”
  10. A cause and effect relationship in which ONE variable controls the changes in another variable.
  11. A statement or assertion that is open to challenge and that requires support

21 Clues: An assertion or claimTo recognize or admitA method of reasoning/thinkingTo prove to be false or incorrectHaving nothing to do with the subjectConnected with or related to the subjectTo examine, assess, and judge carefully.Mark the outline of; sketch; describe in detailA response that refutes an argument; a comeback...

Abhivyakti 2023 2023-06-19

Abhivyakti 2023 crossword puzzle
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  1. usage of the alphabet
  2. sudden with very less time to prepare
  3. representation of cultures through movement
  4. representation through placing of objects
  5. knowledge of vocabulary
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  1. memorisation is key
  2. Japanese practice
  3. a formal argument
  4. Convince the skipper to let you live
  5. question and answer
  6. Heating of edibles
  7. Shastriya Nritya
  8. strokes on the epidermis
  9. voice modulation

14 Clues: Shastriya Nrityavoice modulationJapanese practicea formal argumentHeating of ediblesmemorisation is keyquestion and answerusage of the alphabetknowledge of vocabularystrokes on the epidermisConvince the skipper to let you livesudden with very less time to preparerepresentation through placing of objectsrepresentation of cultures through movement

Year 10 2017-06-19

Year 10 crossword puzzle
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  1. We're no longer fiends with the E.U.
  2. Jinan is famous for...?
  3. The best little country in the world
  4. Describe it, Don't say it
  5. The biggest upset of 2017
  6. Irish capital of USA
  7. Done on a daily basis
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  1. Annual competition in JNFLSIC
  2. Test
  3. Deatheast opposite
  4. Seven Wonders of the World
  5. Time off
  6. Absolutely
  7. Your scary friend
  8. Your favourite vocabulary builder
  9. DRINK! (game)
  10. ABCDEFG USA
  11. Delicacy of the early year celebration
  12. Capital of Wales
  13. Teach, Exercise, WeChat, Repeat.

20 Clues: TestTime offAbsolutelyABCDEFG USADRINK! (game)Capital of WalesYour scary friendDeatheast oppositeIrish capital of USADone on a daily basisJinan is famous for...?Describe it, Don't say itThe biggest upset of 2017Seven Wonders of the WorldAnnual competition in JNFLSICTeach, Exercise, WeChat, Repeat.Your favourite vocabulary builder...

Debate Vocabulary 2021-10-26

Debate Vocabulary crossword puzzle
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  1. The cross examination period where all four debaters are allowed to speak.
  2. An argument that goes unanswered by your opponent. Dropping an argument will cause you to not be able to address it later. This is bad, very, very bad.
  3. Public Forum Debate. The TYPE of debate
  4. The cross examination period where you and your opponent take turns asking questions. This period is one versus one. There are two types of questions: clarification and questions of exploitation to set up your future arguments. Be strategic, but polite.
  5. you AGREE with the resolution
  6. The speeches where you offer your main points following the basic structure we have used in class. This is written word for word and includes at least one valid quote/source for every point made. This includes an introduction, a “framework” weighing mechanism, your main points, and a conclusion.
  7. to argue intelligently
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  1. A main point or separate argument. This is sometimes also called a "claim".
  2. Supporting your side/argument
  3. Aligning your arguments directly to your opponents’ points. Good debates provide a lot of this. Debates get very hard to judge when they are two teams making points but not attacking the other teams points as well
  4. To agree
  5. Speaking time allotted to review arguments and clarify the round. No new arguments are allowed in rebuttals. In Public Forum, these are called First Speaker Summary and Final Focus.
  6. You DISAGREE with the resolution
  7. Topic that you are arguing
  8. The speeches where you offer your main points following the basic structure we have used in class. This is written word for word and includes at least one valid quote/source for every point made. This includes an introduction, a “framework” weighing mechanism, your main points, and a conclusion.
  9. Time allotted to each team that does not count as speaking time. This time (3 minutes per team for you) is used to prepare notes for your next speech and discuss strategy with your partner. It can be used before any of your speeches. It is NOT used before an opponent’s speech or before a crossfire period.
  10. The note-taking technique used in debate to track all points and arguments. This is separated by speech for organizational purposes. This is used to go down each point made to provide an organized clash in debate.
  11. doing; partner; arguing with simple words.

18 Clues: To agreeto argue intelligentlyTopic that you are arguingSupporting your side/argumentyou AGREE with the resolutionYou DISAGREE with the resolutionPublic Forum Debate. The TYPE of debatedoing; partner; arguing with simple words.The cross examination period where all four debaters are allowed to speak....

Debate Vocabulary 2023-04-10

Debate Vocabulary crossword puzzle
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  1. The process of attaching an opponent's arguments.
  2. Speech that challenges and defends arguments introduced in a constructive speech.
  3. Argues in favor of the resolution.
  4. Another word for "claims"
  5. Using analysis to connect the evidence to the claim being made.
  6. Bad reasoning resulting in an unsound argument.
  7. Information used to support a claim, such as a testimonial.
  8. Format Matches two teams against each other, one affirming and one opposing the resolution.
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  1. The topic or claim being debated.
  2. Process of formally arguing a resolution against an opposing team.
  3. Speech presenting a debater's basic arguments for or against the resolution.
  4. Explanations of terms stated in the resolution.
  5. Examination When a member of one team questions an opposing team member.
  6. Uses evidence and reasoning to support claims.
  7. Statement that a debater supports or refutes with evidence and reasoning.
  8. Individual who listens to a debate and decides the winner.
  9. Taking notes during a debate to prepare for CX (cross examination)
  10. Argues against the resolution.

18 Clues: Another word for "claims"Argues against the resolution.The topic or claim being debated.Argues in favor of the resolution.Uses evidence and reasoning to support claims.Explanations of terms stated in the resolution.Bad reasoning resulting in an unsound argument.The process of attaching an opponent's arguments....

debate vocabulary 2019-04-15

debate vocabulary crossword puzzle
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  1. Argument An argument that goes unanswered by your opponent. Dropping an argument will cause you to not be able to address it later. This is bad, very, very bad.
  2. Speaking time allotted to review arguments and clarify the round. No new arguments are allowed in rebuttals. In Public Forum, rebuttals are called First Speaker Summary and Final Focus.
  3. The cross examination period where you and your opponent take turns asking questions. This period is one versus one. There are two types of questions: clarification and questions of exploitation to set up your future arguments. Be strategic, but polite.
  4. Time allotted to each team that does not count as speaking time. This time (3 minutes per team for you) is used to prepare notes for your next speech and discuss strategy with your partner. It can be used before any of your speeches. It is NOT used before an opponent’s speech or before a crossfire period.
  5. Giving your audience a very basic preview of your speech. Typically: “Judge, I will be attacking our opponents’ case, and defending ours with the time remaining.” This tells the audience you are organized.
  6. The speeches where you offer your main points following the basic structure we have used in class. A constructive is written word for word and includes at least one valid quote/source for every point made. A constructive includes an introduction, a “framework” weighing mechanism, your main points, and a conclusion.
  7. claim A main point or separate argument; a general statement or point you are trying to make.
  8. by line: Using the flow to argue against your opponents’ arguments.
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  1. The note-taking technique used in debate to track all points and arguments. The flow is separated by speech for organizational purposes. The flow is used to go down each point made to provide an organized clash in debate.
  2. valid quotes and sources that are delivered conversationally. Sometimes referred to as a “card” which refers to the days when debaters cut and pasted their quotes on note cards.
  3. Aligning your arguments directly to your opponents’ points. Good debates provide a lot of clash. Debates get very hard to judge when they are two teams making points but not attacking the other teams points as well. Make your points clearly, but attack every argument your opponent makes.
  4. Giving your audience a heads up when you change arguments. “Now on my opponents first point,” is an example of signposting. We now know where to write your upcoming response on our flow. It is very important to tell your judge where to write your arguments. If you don’t, they may not write them down at all.
  5. The cross examination period where all four debaters are allowed to speak.
  6. The exact wording of your topic. Good resolutions are clearly worded to imply a clear Pro and Con stance. For example: “Immigration” is not a resolution. “The USFG should pass the immigration reform bill” is a resolution.
  7. the lens through which you would like your argument viewed. This is used to help the audience weigh your points. For example, a Con gun control case might use “Constitutionality” (the 2nd Amendment) as their framework and offer it as the highest value in the round. A “Pro” gun control case might use “Safety” as the highest value in the round
  8. The so-what factor of your claim. Impacts win debates. Explain why every claim is important. Assuming that something is important without proving the impact of it usually loses debates.

16 Clues: by line: Using the flow to argue against your opponents’ arguments.The cross examination period where all four debaters are allowed to speak.claim A main point or separate argument; a general statement or point you are trying to make....

Debate Vocabulary 2019-04-15

Debate Vocabulary crossword puzzle
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  1. Speaking time allotted to review arguments and clarify the round.
  2. The note-taking technique used in debate to track all points and arguments.
  3. An argument that goes unanswered by your opponent.
  4. Giving your audience a heads up when you change arguments. We now know where to write your upcoming response on our flow. It is very important to tell your judge where to write your arguments. If you don’t, they may not write them down at all.
  5. The lens through which you would like your argument viewed. This is used to help the audience weigh your points.
  6. Giving your audience a very basic preview of your speech. Typically: “Judge, I will be attacking our opponents’ case, and defending ours with the time remaining.” This tells the audience you are organized.
  7. The exact wording of your topic.
  8. Valid quotes and sources that are delivered conversationally. Sometimes referred to as a “card” which refers to the days when debaters cut and pasted their quotes on note cards.
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  1. The so-what factor of your claim
  2. The cross examination period where you and your opponent take turns asking questions. This period is one versus one. There are two types of questions: clarification and questions of exploitation to set up your future arguments. Be strategic, but polite.
  3. Aligning your arguments directly to your opponents’ points. Debates get very hard to judge when they are two teams making points but not attacking the other teams points as well. Make your points clearly, but attack every argument your opponent makes.
  4. The speeches where you offer your main points following the basic structure we have used in class.
  5. The cross examination period where all four debaters are allowed to speak.
  6. Using the flow to argue against your opponents’ arguments.
  7. Time allotted to each team that does not count as speaking time. This time (3 minutes per team for you) is used to prepare notes for your next speech and discuss strategy with your partner. It can be used before any of your speeches. It is NOT used before an opponent’s speech or before a crossfire period.
  8. A main point or separate argument; a general statement or point you are trying to make.

16 Clues: The so-what factor of your claimThe exact wording of your topic.An argument that goes unanswered by your opponent.Using the flow to argue against your opponents’ arguments.Speaking time allotted to review arguments and clarify the round.The cross examination period where all four debaters are allowed to speak....

Debate Vocabulary 2018-03-06

Debate Vocabulary crossword puzzle
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  1. Speaking time allotted to review arguments and clarify the round. No new arguments are allowed in rebuttals. In Public Forum, rebuttals are called First Speaker Summary and Final Focus.
  2. Time allotted to each team that does not count as speaking time.
  3. The cross examination period where you and your opponent take turns asking questions.
  4. The cross examination period where all four debaters are allowed to speak.
  5. An argument that goes unanswered by your opponent.
  6. The speeches where you offer your main points following the basic structure we have used in class.
  7. Giving your audience a heads up when you change arguments.
  8. Using the flow to argue against your opponents’ arguments.
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  1. the lens through which you would like your argument viewed. This is used to help the audience weigh your points.
  2. Aligning your arguments directly to your opponents’ points. Good debates provide a lot of clash. Debates get very hard to judge when they are two teams making points but not
  3. The so-what factor of your claim. Impacts win debates
  4. The exact wording of your topic. Good resolutions are clearly worded to imply a clear Pro and Con stance.
  5. The note-taking technique used in debate to track all points and arguments.
  6. A main point or separate argument; a general statement or point you are trying to make.
  7. valid quotes and sources that are delivered conversationally. Sometimes referred to as a “card” which refers to the days when debaters cut and pasted their quotes on note cards.
  8. Giving your audience a very basic preview of your speech

16 Clues: An argument that goes unanswered by your opponent.The so-what factor of your claim. Impacts win debatesGiving your audience a very basic preview of your speechGiving your audience a heads up when you change arguments.Using the flow to argue against your opponents’ arguments.Time allotted to each team that does not count as speaking time....

Debate Vocabulary 2018-03-08

Debate Vocabulary crossword puzzle
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  1. Speaking time allotted to review arguments and clarify the round. No new arguments are allowed in rebuttals. In Public Forum, rebuttals are called First Speaker Summary and Final Focus.
  2. The exact wording of your topic. Good resolutions are clearly worded to imply a clear Pro and Con stance. For example: “Immigration” is not a resolution. “The USFG should pass the immigration reform bill” is a resolution.
  3. Giving your audience a heads up when you change arguments. “Now on my opponents first point,” is an example of sign posting. We now know where to write your upcoming response on our flow. It is very important to tell your judge where to write your arguments. If you don’t, they may not write them down at all.
  4. The speeches where you offer your main points following the basic structure we have used in class. A constructive is written word for word and includes at least one valid quote/source for every point made. A constructive includes an introduction, a “framework” weighing mechanism, your main points, and a conclusion.
  5. Crossfire: The cross examination period where all four debaters are allowed to speak.
  6. The cross examination period where you and your opponent take turns asking questions. This period is one versus one. There are two types of questions: clarification and questions of exploitation to set up your future arguments. Be strategic, but polite.
  7. Giving your audience a very basic preview of your speech. Typically: “Judge, I will be attacking our opponents’ case, and defending ours with the time remaining.” This tells the audience you are organized.
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  1. The so-what factor of your claim. Impacts win debates. Explain why every claim is important. Assuming that something is important without proving the impact of it usually loses debates.
  2. valid quotes and sources that are delivered conversationally. Sometimes referred to as a “card” which refers to the days when debaters cut and pasted their quotes on note cards.
  3. Using the flow to argue against your opponents’ arguments.
  4. A main point or separate argument; a general statement or point you are trying to make.
  5. The note-taking technique used in debate to track all points and arguments. The flow is separated by speech for organizational purposes. The flow is used to go down each point made to provide an organized clash in debate.
  6. Time: Time allotted to each team that does not count as speaking time. This time (3 minutes per team for you) is used to prepare notes for your next speech and discuss strategy with your partner. It can be used before any of your speeches. It is NOT used before an opponent’s speech or before a crossfire period.
  7. the lens through which you would like your argument viewed. This is used to help the audience weigh your points. For example, a Con gun control case might use “Constitutionality” (the 2nd Amendment) as their framework and offer it as the highest value in the round. A “Pro” gun control case might use “Safety” as the highest value in the round.
  8. Argument: An argument that goes unanswered by your opponent. Dropping an argument will cause you to not be able to address it later. This is bad, very, very bad.
  9. Aligning your arguments directly to your opponents’ points. Good debates provide a lot of clash. Debates get very hard to judge when they are two teams making points but not attacking the other teams points as well. Make your points clearly, but attack every argument your opponent makes.

16 Clues: Using the flow to argue against your opponents’ arguments.Crossfire: The cross examination period where all four debaters are allowed to speak.A main point or separate argument; a general statement or point you are trying to make....

debate vocabulary 2021-10-26

debate vocabulary crossword puzzle
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  1. where four debaters are allowed to speak
  2. to agree
  3. Speaking time allotted to review arguments and clarify the round
  4. you disagree with the resolution
  5. your opponent and you take turns
  6. time allotted to each team that does not count as speaking time
  7. to argue intentionally
  8. something you are arguing about
  9. supporting your side
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  1. The speeches where you offer your main points following the basic structure we have used in class
  2. public form debate
  3. you agree with the resolution
  4. The speeches where you offer your main points following the basic structure we have used in class
  5. the main point or separate argument
  6. An argument that goes unanswered by your opponent
  7. Aligning your arguments directly to your opponents’ points
  8. The note-taking technique used in debate to track all points and arguments

17 Clues: to agreepublic form debatesupporting your sideto argue intentionallyyou agree with the resolutionsomething you are arguing aboutyou disagree with the resolutionyour opponent and you take turnsthe main point or separate argumentwhere four debaters are allowed to speakAn argument that goes unanswered by your opponent...

debate vocabulary 2021-10-27

debate vocabulary crossword puzzle
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  1. Supporting your side/argument
  2. The note-taking technique used in debate to track all points and arguments. This is separated by speech for organizational purposes. This is used to go down each point made to provide an organized clash in debate.
  3. To agree
  4. Time allotted to each team that does not count as speaking time. This time (3 minutes per team for you) is used to prepare notes for your next speech and discuss strategy with your partner. It can be used before any of your speeches. It is NOT used before an opponent’s speech or before a crossfire period.
  5. Speaking time allotted to review arguments and clarify the round. No new arguments are allowed in rebuttals. In Public Forums, these are called First Speaker Summary and Final Focus.
  6. The speeches where you offer your main points following the basic structure we have used in class. This is written word for word and includes at least one valid quote/source for every point made. This includes an introduction, a “framework” weighing mechanism, your main points, and a conclusion.
  7. Aligning your arguments directly to your opponents’ points. Good debates provide a lot of this. Debates get very hard to judge when they are two teams making points but not attacking the other teams points as well
  8. A main point or separate argument. This is sometimes also called a "claim".
  9. An argument that goes unanswered by your opponent. Dropping an argument will cause you to not be able to address it later. This is bad, very, very bad.
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  1. You DISAGREE with the resolution
  2. The speeches where you offer your main points following the basic structure we have used in class. This is written word for word and includes at least one valid quote/source for every point made. This includes an introduction, a “framework” weighing mechanism, your main points, and a conclusion.
  3. you AGREE with the resolution
  4. to argue intelligently
  5. The cross examination period where all four debaters are allowed to speak.
  6. The cross examination period where you and your opponent take turns asking questions. This period is one versus one. There are two types of questions: clarification and questions of exploitation to set up your future arguments. Be strategic, but polite.
  7. Topic that you are arguing
  8. Public Forum Debate. The TYPE of debate you’re doing; partner; arguing with simple words.

17 Clues: To agreeto argue intelligentlyTopic that you are arguingSupporting your side/argumentyou AGREE with the resolutionYou DISAGREE with the resolutionThe cross examination period where all four debaters are allowed to speak.A main point or separate argument. This is sometimes also called a "claim"....

Debate Vocabulary 2018-03-09

Debate Vocabulary crossword puzzle
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  1. The so-what factor of your claim. Impacts win debates. Explain why every claim is important. Assuming that something is important without proving the impact of it usually loses debates.
  2. Aligning your arguments directly to your opponents’ points. Good debates provide a lot of clash. Debates get very hard to judge when they are two teams making points but not attacking the other teams points as well. Make your points clearly, but attack every argument your opponent makes.
  3. valid quotes and sources that are delivered conversationally. Sometimes referred to as a “card” which refers to the days when debaters cut and pasted their quotes on note cards.
  4. The exact wording of your topic. Good resolutions are clearly worded to imply a clear Pro and Con stance. For example: “Immigration” is not a resolution. “The USFG should pass the immigration reform bill” is a resolution.
  5. A main point or separate argument; a general statement or point you are trying to make.
  6. The cross examination period where you and your opponent take turns asking questions. This period is one versus one. There are two types of questions: clarification and questions of exploitation to set up your future arguments. Be strategic, but polite.
  7. Time: Time allotted to each team that does not count as speaking time. This time (3 minutes per team for you) is used to prepare notes for your next speech and discuss strategy with your partner. It can be used before any of your speeches. It is NOT used before an opponent’s speech or before a crossfire period.
  8. Giving your audience a very basic preview of your speech. Typically: “Judge, I will be attacking our opponents’ case, and defending ours with the time remaining.” This tells the audience you are organized.
  9. The cross examination period where all four debaters are allowed to speak.
  10. The note-taking technique used in debate to track all points and arguments. The flow is separated by speech for organizational purposes. The flow is used to go down each point made to provide an organized clash in debate.
Down
  1. The speeches where you offer your main points following the basic structure we have used in class. A constructive is written word for word and includes at least one valid quote/source for every point made. A constructive includes an introduction, a “framework” weighing mechanism, your main points, and a conclusion. weighing mechanism, your main points, and a conclusion.
  2. posting: Giving your audience a heads up when you change arguments. “Now on my opponents first point,” is an example of sign posting. We now know where to write your upcoming response on our flow. It is very important to tell your judge where to write your arguments. If you don’t, they may not write them down at all.
  3. Speaking time allotted to review arguments and clarify the round. No new arguments are allowed in rebuttals. In Public Forum, rebuttals are called First Speaker Summary and Final Focus.
  4. Using the flow to argue against your opponents’ arguments.
  5. An argument that goes unanswered by your opponent. Dropping an argument will cause you to not be able to address it later. This is bad, very, very bad.
  6. the lens through which you would like your argument viewed. This is used to help the audience weigh your points. For example, a Con gun control case might use “Constitutionality” (the 2nd Amendment) as their framework and offer it as the highest value in the round. A “Pro” gun control case might use “Safety” as the highest value in the round.

16 Clues: Using the flow to argue against your opponents’ arguments.The cross examination period where all four debaters are allowed to speak.A main point or separate argument; a general statement or point you are trying to make....

Debate Vocabulary 2021-10-26

Debate Vocabulary crossword puzzle
Across
  1. To agree
  2. Public forum debate
  3. The speeches where you offer your main points following the basic structure we have used in class. This is written word for word and includes at least one valid quote/source for every point made. This includes an introduction, a “framework” weighing mechanism, your main points, and a conclusion.
  4. To argure intelligently
  5. A main point or separate argument. This is sometimes also called a "claim".
  6. Time Time allotted to each team that does not count as speaking time. This time (3 minutes per team for you) is used to prepare notes for your next speech and discuss strategy with your partner. It can be used before any of your speeches. It is NOT used before an opponent’s speech or before a crossfire period.
  7. you agree with the resolution
  8. Topic that you are arguing
  9. Aligning your arguments directly to your opponents’ points. Good debates provide a lot of this. Debates get very hard to judge when they are two teams making points but not attacking the other teams points as well
Down
  1. The cross examination period where all four debaters are allowed to speak.
  2. Argument An argument that goes unanswered by your opponent. Dropping an argument will cause you to not be able to address it later. This is bad, very, very bad.
  3. Supporting your side/argument
  4. You disagree with the resolution
  5. The speeches where you offer your main points following the basic structure we have used in class. This is written word for word and includes at least one valid quote/source for every point made. This includes an introduction, a “framework” weighing mechanism, your main points, and a conclusion.
  6. The cross examination period where you and your opponent take turns asking questions. This period is one versus one. There are two types of questions: clarification and questions of exploitation to set up your future arguments. Be strategic, but polite.
  7. Speaking time allotted to review arguments and clarify the round. No new arguments are allowed in rebuttals. In Public Forum, these are called First Speaker Summary and Final Focus.
  8. The note-taking technique used in debate to track all points and arguments. This is separated by speech for organizational purposes. This is used to go down each point made to provide an organized clash in debate.

17 Clues: To agreePublic forum debateTo argure intelligentlyTopic that you are arguingSupporting your side/argumentyou agree with the resolutionYou disagree with the resolutionThe cross examination period where all four debaters are allowed to speak.A main point or separate argument. This is sometimes also called a "claim"....

The Stars Beneath Our Feet Vocabulary Assessment 2022-04-21

The Stars Beneath Our Feet Vocabulary Assessment crossword puzzle
Across
  1. Vocabulary: to bring back up to the mouth
  2. Vocabulary: dirty; untidy
  3. Vocabulary: loss of hope
  4. The first name of main character's best friend
  5. Author's name (no spaces)
  6. Borough of New York City that main character lives in
  7. The name of Lolly's city in the storage room
  8. Vocabulary: to strip (old or worn equipment)of parts for use in other units
  9. Vocabulary: to develop gradually
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  1. House of ______________
  2. Vocabulary: to destroy
  3. Vocabulary: to look at things or gaze about in curiosity
  4. Main character's older brother
  5. Vocabulary: to hurt the pride or dignity of
  6. Vocabulary: a small, exclusive circle of people
  7. Vocabulary: any of the five administrative units of New York City
  8. Vocabulary: to build
  9. Main character's nickname
  10. Vocabulary: to exile; to get rid of

19 Clues: Vocabulary: to buildVocabulary: to destroyHouse of ______________Vocabulary: loss of hopeVocabulary: dirty; untidyAuthor's name (no spaces)Main character's nicknameMain character's older brotherVocabulary: to develop graduallyVocabulary: to exile; to get rid ofVocabulary: to bring back up to the mouthVocabulary: to hurt the pride or dignity of...

Debate Vocabulary 2021-10-26

Debate Vocabulary crossword puzzle
Across
  1. The cross examination period where you and your opponent take turns asking questions. This period is one versus one. There are two types of questions: clarification and questions of exploitation to set up your future arguments. Be strategic, but polite.
  2. The cross examination period where all four debaters are allowed to speak.
  3. The speeches where you offer your main points following the basic structure we have used in class. This is written word for word and includes at least one valid quote/source for every point made. This includes an introduction, a “framework” weighing mechanism, your main points, and a conclusion.
  4. time allotted to each team that does not count as speaking time this time is 3 minutes per team is used to prepare notes for your next speech and discuss strategy.
  5. to agree
  6. the exact wording of your topic
  7. The topic your arguing
  8. to argue intelligently
Down
  1. the first time you talk you are reading 1 speech you are a giving
  2. You agree with the resolution
  3. short for negative when you disagree with the resolution
  4. what it be about
  5. Aligning your arguments directly to your opponents’ points. Good debates provide a lot of this. Debates get very hard to judge when they are two teams making points but not attacking the other teams points as well. Make your points clearly, but attack every argument your opponent makes.
  6. The speeches where you offer your main points following the basic structure we have used in class. This is written word for word and includes at least one valid quote/source for every point made. This includes an introduction, a “framework” weighing mechanism, your main points, and a conclusion.
  7. An argument that goes unanswered by your opponent. Dropping an argument will cause you to not be able to address it later. This is bad, very, very bad.
  8. A main point or separate argument. This is sometimes also called a "claim".
  9. The type of debate your doing

17 Clues: to agreewhat it be aboutThe topic your arguingto argue intelligentlyYou agree with the resolutionThe type of debate your doingthe exact wording of your topicshort for negative when you disagree with the resolutionthe first time you talk you are reading 1 speech you are a giving...

Debate Vocabulary 2019-04-15

Debate Vocabulary crossword puzzle
Across
  1. posting Giving your audience a heads up when you change arguments
  2. Argument: An argument that goes unanswered by your opponent. This is argument will cause you to not be able to address it later
  3. A main point or separate argument; a general statement or point you are trying to make
  4. the lens through which you would like your argument viewed. This is used to help the audience weigh your points
  5. The so-what factor of your claim. It win debates.
  6. Crossfire The cross examination period where all four debaters are allowed to speak
  7. The cross examination period where you and your opponent take turns asking questions. This period is one versus one
Down
  1. valid quotes and sources that are delivered conversationally. Sometimes referred to as a “card” which refers to the days when debaters cut and pasted their quotes on note cards
  2. Giving your audience a very basic preview of your speech
  3. Time Time allotted to each team that does not count as speaking time
  4. The exact wording of your topic.
  5. The speeches where you offer your main points following the basic structure we have used in class
  6. Aligning your arguments directly to your opponents’ points
  7. by line Using the flow to argue against your opponents’ arguments
  8. The note-taking technique used in debate to track all points and arguments

15 Clues: The exact wording of your topic.The so-what factor of your claim. It win debates.Giving your audience a very basic preview of your speechAligning your arguments directly to your opponents’ pointsposting Giving your audience a heads up when you change argumentsby line Using the flow to argue against your opponents’ arguments...

Debate Vocabulary 2019-04-15

Debate Vocabulary crossword puzzle
Across
  1. The note-taking technique used in debate to track all points and arguments
  2. the lens through which you would like your argument viewed. This is used to help the audience weigh your points
  3. The speeches where you offer your main points following the basic structure we have used in class
  4. An argument that goes unanswered by your opponent. This is argument will cause you to not be able to address it later
  5. Giving your audience a very basic preview of your speech
  6. Using the flow to argue against your opponents’ arguments
  7. The exact wording of your topic.
Down
  1. The cross examination period where you and your opponent take turns asking questions. This period is one versus one
  2. The so-what factor of your claim. It win debates.
  3. A main point or separate argument; a general statement or point you are trying to make
  4. valid quotes and sources that are delivered conversationally. Sometimes referred to as a “card” which refers to the days when debaters cut and pasted their quotes on note cards
  5. Time allotted to each team that does not count as speaking time
  6. The cross examination period where all four debaters are allowed to speak
  7. posting Giving your audience a heads up when you change arguments
  8. Aligning your arguments directly to your opponents’ points

15 Clues: The exact wording of your topic.The so-what factor of your claim. It win debates.Giving your audience a very basic preview of your speechUsing the flow to argue against your opponents’ argumentsAligning your arguments directly to your opponents’ pointsTime allotted to each team that does not count as speaking time...

debate vocabulary 2021-10-26

debate vocabulary crossword puzzle
Across
  1. time allotted to each team that does not count as speaking time this time is 3 minutes per team is used to prepare notes for your next speech and discuss strategy.
  2. To agree
  3. Public Forum Debate - The type of debate your doing ;partner;arguing with simple words
  4. Aligning your arguments directly to your opponents’ points. Good debates provide a lot of this. Debates get very hard to judge when they are two teams making points but not attacking the other teams points as well. Make your points clearly, but attack every argument your opponent makes.
  5. You agree with the resolution
  6. Crossfire The cross examination period where all four debaters are allowed to speak.
  7. The topic your arguing
  8. A main point or separate argument. This is sometimes also called a "claim".
  9. The speeches where you offer your main points following the basic structure we have used in class. This is written word for word and includes at least one valid quote/source for every point made. This includes an introduction, a “framework” weighing mechanism, your main points, and a conclusion.
  10. to argue intelligently
Down
  1. An argument that goes unanswered by your opponent. Dropping an argument will cause you to not be able to address it later. This is bad, very, very bad.
  2. The speeches where you offer your main points following the basic structure we have used in class. This is written word for word and includes at least one valid quote/source for every point made. This includes an introduction, a “framework” weighing mechanism, your main points, and a conclusion.
  3. the exact wording of your topic
  4. what it be about
  5. short for negative when you disagree with the resolution
  6. The cross examination period where you and your opponent take turns asking questions. This period is one versus one. There are two types of questions: clarification and questions of exploitation to set up your future arguments. Be strategic, but polite.
  7. the first time you talk you are reading 1 speech you are a giving

17 Clues: To agreewhat it be aboutThe topic your arguingto argue intelligentlyYou agree with the resolutionthe exact wording of your topicshort for negative when you disagree with the resolutionthe first time you talk you are reading 1 speech you are a givingA main point or separate argument. This is sometimes also called a "claim"....

Debate Vocabulary 2021-10-26

Debate Vocabulary crossword puzzle
Across
  1. to argue intelligently
  2. time used to prepare your speech
  3. the cross examination where all four speakers are allowed to speak
  4. you agree with the resolution
  5. Speaking time allotted to review arguments and clarify the round
  6. public forum debate
  7. A main point or separate argument
  8. supporting your argument
Down
  1. an argument that goes unanswered by your
  2. The speeches where you offer your main points following the basic structure we have used in class
  3. topic that you are arguing
  4. the cross examination period where you and your opponent are allowed to ask questions
  5. to agree
  6. you disagree with the resolution
  7. Aligning your arguments directly to your opponents’ points.

15 Clues: to agreepublic forum debateto argue intelligentlysupporting your argumenttopic that you are arguingyou agree with the resolutiontime used to prepare your speechyou disagree with the resolutionA main point or separate argumentan argument that goes unanswered by yourAligning your arguments directly to your opponents’ points....

Debate Vocabulary 2019-04-15

Debate Vocabulary crossword puzzle
Across
  1. The note-taking technique used in debate to track all points and arguments
  2. The so-what factor of your claim. It win debates.
  3. The cross examination period where all four debaters are allowed to speak
  4. A main point or separate argument; a general statement or point you are trying to make
  5. The speeches where you offer your main points following the basic structure we have used in class
  6. Time allotted to each team that does not count as speaking time
  7. Giving your audience a very basic preview of your speech
  8. Using the flow to argue against your opponents’ arguments
Down
  1. The exact wording of your topic.
  2. An argument that goes unanswered by your opponent. This is argument will cause you to not be able to address it later
  3. The cross examination period where you and your opponent take turns asking questions. This period is one versus one
  4. Aligning your arguments directly to your opponents’ points
  5. the lens through which you would like your argument viewed. This is used to help the audience weigh your points
  6. Giving your audience a heads up when you change arguments
  7. valid quotes and sources that are delivered conversationally. Sometimes referred to as a “card” which refers to the days when debaters cut and pasted their quotes on note cards

15 Clues: The exact wording of your topic.The so-what factor of your claim. It win debates.Giving your audience a very basic preview of your speechGiving your audience a heads up when you change argumentsUsing the flow to argue against your opponents’ argumentsAligning your arguments directly to your opponents’ points...

Debate Vocabulary 2021-04-22

Debate Vocabulary crossword puzzle
Across
  1. To admit that someone else is right
  2. To argue both sides of a topic
  3. A subject to be debated
  4. An opposing argument or response
  5. To write exactly what someone said
  6. A response to a counterargument
  7. A strong statement to support one side of an argument
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  1. A feeling or belief
  2. Facts and examples that prove something
  3. The side that supports the proposition
  4. Make a firm decision
  5. Side that opposes the proposition
  6. To try to convince someone
  7. Something proven to be true

14 Clues: A feeling or beliefMake a firm decisionA subject to be debatedTo try to convince someoneSomething proven to be trueTo argue both sides of a topicA response to a counterargumentAn opposing argument or responseSide that opposes the propositionTo write exactly what someone saidTo admit that someone else is rightThe side that supports the proposition...

Debate 2022-04-08

Debate crossword puzzle
Across
  1. Proven
  2. The right to speak
  3. Position on the resolution
  4. Attacks and Destroys
  5. Reduces uncertainty
  6. Workability between a policy and it's effects
  7. Error in conclusion based on faulty reasoning
  8. More than half of the people voting
  9. Neglect to continue an argument
  10. Undesirable impact
  11. Believability
  12. A subdivision of an issue
  13. Proposal for action
  14. The plank of the plan
  15. Significant improvement over the status quo
Down
  1. Accusatory statement
  2. Underlying belief with wide acceptance
  3. Direct opposition
  4. Making up evidence
  5. An argument against the plan
  6. Supports a position
  7. Attitude or belief
  8. The specific affirmative plan
  9. An authority
  10. The side that opposes

25 Clues: ProvenAn authorityBelievabilityDirect oppositionThe right to speakMaking up evidenceAttitude or beliefUndesirable impactReduces uncertaintySupports a positionProposal for actionAccusatory statementAttacks and DestroysThe plank of the planThe side that opposesA subdivision of an issuePosition on the resolutionAn argument against the plan...

Debate!!! 2014-04-30

Debate!!! crossword puzzle
Across
  1. the process of drawing conclusions from evidence and connecting ideas,situations,and events
  2. stating the opinions or conclusions of others who special knowledge or experience about the issue you are discussing
  3. also known as the problem;showing that a serious problem exists in the present policy
  4. showing the seriousness of the problems within the current policy
  5. the use of numbers to prove or disapprove a point
  6. the speed at which a person speaks
  7. body language
  8. determining if the present system will solve the problem or make it worse
  9. the same as the debate proposition
  10. a discussion and exchange of two opposing points of view on a particular topic
  11. also known as oral style; your choice and use of words
Down
  1. the use and motion of the hands and arms
  2. overcoming arguments by your opponents and reexplaining or rebuilding your own arguments
  3. supporting material used in a debate to prove or disapprove something
  4. the loudness or softness of your voice
  5. the way you pronounce or enunciate words and syllables
  6. challenging your opponents' points by showing flaws and weaknesses in their arguments
  7. also known as a resolution;it is the actual topic of the debate
  8. the team that normally argues for the proposition, which suggests a change in a given policy
  9. the benefits to your plan or solution
  10. the tone or level of your voice
  11. also known as analogy
  12. the team that normally argues against a change and suggests that things should remain the same
  13. telling or retelling a story;giving details that relate to your argument or point

24 Clues: body languagealso known as analogythe tone or level of your voicethe speed at which a person speaksthe same as the debate propositionthe benefits to your plan or solutionthe loudness or softness of your voicethe use and motion of the hands and armsthe use of numbers to prove or disapprove a point...

Debate 2023-03-13

Debate crossword puzzle
Across
  1. A contentious assertion that forms a basis for the debate (must be arguable)
  2. opposition to the withdrawal of state support from an established organization or church (Europe...to America)
  3. to speak clearly (remember the carrot and "Who is the Judge?"
  4. An argument in favor of the team topic that holds enough ethos, pathos, logos in the material to make a valid point
  5. To know what they are debating and define the word so it fits the purpose of their debate
  6. An object, picture, photo, chart or other image that the audience can see that enhances, informs more or persuades
  7. an individual argument's ethos (credible sources) that help the audience buy into the explanation
  8. a state of disorder due to absence or non recognition of authority
  9. a power pose to help lower the stress response (cortisol) and increase feel goods (testosterone) in order to feel calm when public speaking
  10. an appeal to logic; a+b=c
  11. manner- addressing your opponent professionally
  12. an individual arguments logos
  13. Dividing arguments between the first and second speakers, so each speaker knows what to present
  14. Making complicated concepts easier to follow.
  15. When a topic can have multiple meanings (something you want to avoid)
  16. Aristotle coined this as the most powerfully persuasive you can be by using all three appeals: ethos, pathos and logos.
  17. information that has an expert to build trustworthiness in your argument
  18. Finding the issue (You can't fight your opponent unless you meet at the same place)
  19. 3 vs. 3 The affirmative team speaks first, then first negative, then second affirmative, then second negative, then the third affirmative, then the third negative.
  20. Multiple meaning topic that uses an analogy- which means a reward (carrot) is better used to get things done than the stick (punishment)
  21. 1. give good reasons why your side of the topic is true and 2. show why your opposition's reasons are wrong.
Down
  1. Defining the topic clearly for both sides for debate
  2. Team that argues the topic is true & wants change
  3. An attack on an opponent's arguments
  4. Because he decides who wins or loses, not my opponent
  5. the person who helps with the flow of debate, introduces the topic and teams
  6. He does not exist
  7. a mic drop to ask your audience to actually do something based off of your issue
  8. 1. You need to decide what the words of the topic mean for the purposes of this debate- 'the definition' 2. Reasons why your side of the topic is true- 'the arguments', join arguments together as a single 'case approach' 3. Divide arguments between first and second speakers, so each speaker knows what to present- 'the split'
  9. The judge is God
  10. For example, "Is the carrot better than the stick" can be a topic that uses a literary device to compare two unlike things to create a bigger picture
  11. How many issues can you debate?
  12. an individual arguments topic sentence
  13. A formal argument, an activity involving two teams of three speakers each, with a set topic and an adjudicator
  14. Team that argues the topic is not true and wants things to stay the same
  15. an appeal to credibility and ethics
  16. Individual reasons why your team's side of the topic is true built by your Label, Explanation, Examples, and Tie Back
  17. Deciding what the words of the topic mean for the purposes of this debate (not a dictionary definition)
  18. an appeal to emotion
  19. A team's arguments joined together in a statement
  20. A way to calm the nervous system down by inhaling 4, holding 4, exhaling 4 and holding four while repeating for several minutes in order to help with public speaking
  21. A person who decides who wins and who loses a debate, no draw
  22. an individual argument's pathos (mic drop while tugging on the heart strings)

43 Clues: The judge is GodHe does not existan appeal to emotionan appeal to logic; a+b=can individual arguments logosHow many issues can you debate?an appeal to credibility and ethicsAn attack on an opponent's argumentsan individual arguments topic sentenceMaking complicated concepts easier to follow.manner- addressing your opponent professionally...

VOCABULARY 2 2018-03-15

VOCABULARY 2 crossword puzzle
Across
  1. Decrease in number
  2. Intangible; theoretical
  3. Thankfulness
  4. To suffer patiently without giving up
  5. Kindness
  6. Friendly
  7. decode
  8. Well-spoken
  9. Incarnation
  10. Distribute
  11. Unclear
  12. Planned route or journey
  13. Take or seize
  14. Annihilate
  15. Kidnap
  16. Prevent someone from accomplishing something
  17. Spontaneous; unplanned
  18. yearly
  19. Adjust to changing conditions
Down
  1. abolish
  2. Arrangement by time
  3. Priced separately
  4. Pliable; adjustable
  5. Quarrel
  6. Humbleness
  7. Fruitful; productive
  8. Attempt; strive
  9. One after another
  10. General agreement
  11. Overemphasize
  12. Cannot be defeated
  13. Insulting God
  14. Desert, forsake
  15. Infectious (of a disease)
  16. Travel to and from work
  17. Portray
  18. Debate
  19. Specialized vocabulary
  20. Eliminate; put an end
  21. Ending suddenly

40 Clues: decodeDebateKidnapyearlyabolishQuarrelUnclearPortrayKindnessFriendlyHumblenessDistributeAnnihilateWell-spokenIncarnationThankfulnessOveremphasizeInsulting GodTake or seizeAttempt; striveDesert, forsakeEnding suddenlyPriced separatelyOne after anotherGeneral agreementDecrease in numberCannot be defeatedArrangement by timePliable; adjustable...

VOCABULARY 2 2018-03-15

VOCABULARY 2 crossword puzzle
Across
  1. Decrease in number
  2. Portray
  3. Travel to and from work
  4. Infectious (of a disease)
  5. Distribute
  6. Unclear
  7. Adjust to changing conditions
  8. Eliminate; put an end
  9. abolish
  10. One after another
  11. Kidnap
  12. Kindness
  13. Prevent someone from accomplishing something
  14. yearly
  15. Debate
  16. Annihilate
Down
  1. Fruitful; productive
  2. To suffer patiently without giving up
  3. Cannot be defeated
  4. Pliable; adjustable
  5. Take or seize
  6. Humbleness
  7. Attempt; strive
  8. Quarrel
  9. Planned route or journey
  10. Spontaneous; unplanned
  11. Friendly
  12. decode
  13. Insulting God
  14. General agreement
  15. Overemphasize
  16. Incarnation
  17. Thankfulness
  18. Intangible; theoretical
  19. Well-spoken
  20. Ending suddenly
  21. Priced separately
  22. Arrangement by time
  23. Specialized vocabulary
  24. Desert, forsake

40 Clues: decodeKidnapyearlyDebateQuarrelPortrayUnclearabolishFriendlyKindnessHumblenessDistributeAnnihilateIncarnationWell-spokenThankfulnessTake or seizeInsulting GodOveremphasizeAttempt; striveEnding suddenlyDesert, forsakeGeneral agreementPriced separatelyOne after anotherDecrease in numberCannot be defeatedPliable; adjustableArrangement by time...

Unit 10 Review and Extension 2020-06-22

Unit 10 Review and Extension crossword puzzle
Across
  1. grammar D1
  2. grammar A2
  3. vocabulary A3
  4. grammar D2
  5. vocabulary A1
  6. vocabulary B4
  7. vocabulary B1
Down
  1. vocabulary A4
  2. grammar A3
  3. grammar A19 muahhaha
  4. vocabulary B3
  5. vocabulary A2
  6. grammar D3
  7. vocabulary B2

14 Clues: grammar D1grammar A3grammar A2grammar D3grammar D2vocabulary A4vocabulary B3vocabulary A2vocabulary A3vocabulary B2vocabulary A1vocabulary B4vocabulary B1grammar A19 muahhaha

The Feather Pillow 2021-09-02

The Feather Pillow crossword puzzle
Across
  1. paragraph 3 line 4 word 12
  2. paragraph 20 line 2 word 7
  3. first vocabulary word
  4. paragraph 5 line 1 word 15
  5. paragraph 28 line 5 word 7
  6. new co-teacher
  7. second vocabulary word
  8. tenth vocabulary word
  9. paragraph 1 line 1 word 9
Down
  1. sixth vocabulary word
  2. eighth vocabulary word
  3. paragraph 29 line 2 word 2
  4. fourth vocabulary word
  5. paragraph 18 line 4 word 8
  6. paragraph 8 line 2 word 3
  7. paragraph 9 line 1 word 6
  8. old co-teacher
  9. paragraph 20 line 1 word 3

18 Clues: new co-teacherold co-teachersixth vocabulary wordfirst vocabulary wordtenth vocabulary wordeighth vocabulary wordfourth vocabulary wordsecond vocabulary wordparagraph 8 line 2 word 3paragraph 9 line 1 word 6paragraph 1 line 1 word 9paragraph 3 line 4 word 12paragraph 20 line 2 word 7paragraph 29 line 2 word 2paragraph 18 line 4 word 8...

We Failed to Hear them When They Lived. 2022-04-06

We Failed to Hear them When They Lived. crossword puzzle
Across
  1. vocabulary word meaning a celebration of an individual or event
  2. vocabulary word meaning a dangerous, difficult, or challenging situation
  3. vocabulary word meaning surprising, previously unknown facts
  4. vocabulary word meaning official statements
  5. vocabulary word meaning an extremely cruel act, often leading to the loss of life
  6. vocabulary word meaning never done or known before
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  1. vocabulary word meaning shocking to bring about actions
  2. vocabulary word meaning causing to fall apart
  3. vocabulary word meaning happening frequently, over time
  4. vocabulary word meaning the extended cruel treatment and removal of rights
  5. vocabulary word meaning to understand through touch
  6. vocabulary word meaning a sense/feeling of disgust
  7. vocabulary word meaning intense happiness/celebration
  8. vocabulary word meaning a person/event bringing about change

14 Clues: vocabulary word meaning official statementsvocabulary word meaning causing to fall apartvocabulary word meaning a sense/feeling of disgustvocabulary word meaning never done or known beforevocabulary word meaning to understand through touchvocabulary word meaning intense happiness/celebrationvocabulary word meaning shocking to bring about actions...

Zlata's Diary 2020-10-11

Zlata's Diary crossword puzzle
Across
  1. Basement.
  2. A period of such armed conflict.
  3. To ruin or damage (vocabulary).
  4. Scribbles.
  5. “Sarajevo __” was the name of the song the radios kept playing. (2 words)
  6. What people actually experience (vocabulary).
  7. Someone __ has lost hope (vocabulary).
  8. Without guilt (vocabulary).
  9. To affect in an important way (vocabulary).
  10. Kindness and compassion for others (vocabulary).
  11. A collection of young people's diaries written during wars that Zlata co-edited. (2 words)
  12. The first three diary entries were written in the month of __.
  13. Ethnic group identified with an "S".
  14. Relating to government activities and policy (vocabulary).
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  1. Zlata’s last name.
  2. A daily account of events, thoughts and feelings. Private and personal. (2 words)
  3. City of Yugoslavia where the story takes place.
  4. Temporary homes.
  5. A fight or disagreement between 2 people or groups of people (vocabulary).
  6. Ethnic group identified with a "C".
  7. Grown-ups.
  8. Person who flees to a foreign country to escape danger or persecution.
  9. A piece of __ killed Eldin. It is the shell's metal.
  10. Zlata’s diary’s name.
  11. Ethnic group identified with an "M".
  12. City where Zlata and her family escaped to.

26 Clues: Basement.Scribbles.Grown-ups.Temporary homes.Zlata’s last name.Zlata’s diary’s name.Without guilt (vocabulary).To ruin or damage (vocabulary).A period of such armed conflict.Ethnic group identified with a "C".Ethnic group identified with an "M".Ethnic group identified with an "S".Someone __ has lost hope (vocabulary)....

Speech & Debate Vocabulary 2022-12-16

Speech & Debate Vocabulary crossword puzzle
Across
  1. words
  2. regional or cultural words
  3. misleading ads
  4. rules for meetings
  5. speaker's attitude
  6. hidden meaning
  7. communication w/o words
  8. convicing
  9. arguing w/prepeared speeches
  10. contrast or connection
  11. spectators
  12. formal speaking to an audience
  13. between 2 or more people
  14. used to remember
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  1. used to evoke emotional reaction
  2. evaluation
  3. understood by specific people
  4. dictionary meaning
  5. biases
  6. contradictions
  7. something that gets in the way
  8. return message
  9. most important
  10. old words in new ways
  11. facial expressions, gestures

25 Clues: wordsbiasesconvicingevaluationspectatorsmisleading adshidden meaningcontradictionsreturn messagemost importantused to rememberdictionary meaningrules for meetingsspeaker's attitudeold words in new wayscontrast or connectioncommunication w/o wordsbetween 2 or more peopleregional or cultural wordsarguing w/prepeared speeches...

Crossword 22/5/14 2014-05-21

Crossword 22/5/14 crossword puzzle
Across
  1. a series of levels put into one
  2. words used in sentences
  3. used to connect sentences together
  4. caused by toxic explosion or waste
  5. to make something straighter
  6. a model built for transportation
  7. To disagree and debate over something
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  1. used to describe a happy person
  2. to congratulate someone on an achievement
  3. used to make stories and sentences stand out
  4. questing equation of sum or measurement
  5. the claps of a word?
  6. a word used for describing a kind person
  7. used to make sentences bigger eg. And Or
  8. a cage or house used for birds

15 Clues: the claps of a word?words used in sentencesto make something straightera cage or house used for birdsused to describe a happy persona series of levels put into onea model built for transportationused to connect sentences togethercaused by toxic explosion or wasteTo disagree and debate over somethingquesting equation of sum or measurement...

Crossword 22/5/14 2014-05-21

Crossword 22/5/14 crossword puzzle
Across
  1. to congratulate someone on an achievement
  2. used to make stories and sentences stand out
  3. words used in sentences
  4. to make something straighter
  5. a model built for transportation
  6. To disagree and debate over something
  7. the claps of a word?
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  1. a series of levels put into one
  2. questing equation of sum or measurement
  3. used to connect sentences together
  4. a cage or house used for birds
  5. caused by toxic explosion or waste
  6. a word used for describing a kind person
  7. used to describe a happy person
  8. used to make sentences bigger eg. And Or

15 Clues: the claps of a word?words used in sentencesto make something straightera cage or house used for birdsa series of levels put into oneused to describe a happy persona model built for transportationused to connect sentences togethercaused by toxic explosion or wasteTo disagree and debate over somethingquesting equation of sum or measurement...

Crossword 22/5/14 2014-05-21

Crossword 22/5/14 crossword puzzle
Across
  1. to congratulate someone on an achievement
  2. used to connect sentences together
  3. words used in sentences
  4. to make something straighter
  5. caused by toxic explosion or waste
  6. To disagree and debate over something
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  1. a model built for transportation
  2. used to make stories and sentences stand out
  3. a word used for describing a kind person
  4. questing equation of sum or measurement
  5. the claps of a word?
  6. used to make sentences bigger eg. And Or
  7. a cage or house used for birds
  8. used to describe a happy person
  9. a series of levels put into one

15 Clues: the claps of a word?words used in sentencesto make something straightera cage or house used for birdsused to describe a happy persona series of levels put into onea model built for transportationused to connect sentences togethercaused by toxic explosion or wasteTo disagree and debate over somethingquesting equation of sum or measurement...

Debate Vocabulary 2023-01-26

Debate Vocabulary crossword puzzle
Across
  1. your ____ of voice;
  2. a formal opinion provided on a given topic with reasoning and evidence.
  3. this word is another way of saying why the claim matters. Remember, Claim Warrant and _____
  4. an informal way of expressing your feelings on a subject.
  5. a form of note-taking that allows debaters to take notes quickly and keep track of speeches.
  6. the listeners in a debate round are called the...
  7. a debaters opinion on a topic; this sentence is one of three reasons WHY you agree or disagree with a topic.
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  1. a speech that is trying to convince the listener to think/do something is called...
  2. a basic layout of a speech; can be expanded later.
  3. this is your evidence for the debate round. Any outside research articles, or news articles that you can use to back up your point.
  4. a speech written from an outline.
  5. a formal exchange of arguments between two people, or teams of people over a provided topic.

12 Clues: your ____ of voice;a speech written from an outline.the listeners in a debate round are called the...a basic layout of a speech; can be expanded later.an informal way of expressing your feelings on a subject.a formal opinion provided on a given topic with reasoning and evidence....

Debate Vocabulary 2021-10-27

Debate Vocabulary crossword puzzle
Across
  1. crossfire The cross-examination period is where all four debaters are allowed to speak.
  2. argument an argument that goes unanswered by your opponent. Dropping an argument will cause you to not be able to address it later. This is bad, very, very bad.
  3. The main point or separate argument. This is sometimes also called a "claim".
  4. Fire the cross-examination period is where you and your opponent take turns asking questions. This period is one versus one. There are two types of questions: clarification and questions of exploitation to set up
  5. The note-taking technique is used in debates to track all points and arguments. This is separated by speech for organizational purposes. This is used to go down each point made to provide an organized clash in debate.
  6. Time allotted to each team does not count as speaking time. This time (3 minutes per team for you) is used to prepare notes for your next speech and discuss strategy with your partner. It can be used before any of your speeches. It is NOT used before an opponent’s speech or before a crossfire period.
Down
  1. time your future arguments. Be strategic, but polite.
  2. speaking time allotted to review arguments and clarify the round. No new arguments are allowed in rebuttals. In Public Forum, these are called First Speaker Summary and Final Focus.
  3. valid quotes and sources that are delivered conversationally. Sometimes referred to as a “card” which refers to the days when debaters cut and pasted their quotes on note
  4. the exact wording of your topic. Good ones are worded to imply a clear Pro and Con stance. For example: “Immigration” is not one. “The USFG should pass the immigration reform bill” is one.
  5. The speeches where you offer your main points follow the basic structure we have used in class. This is written word for word and includes at least one valid quote/source for every point made. This includes an introduction, a “framework” weighing mechanism, your main points, and a conclusion.
  6. Aligning your arguments directly to your opponents’ points. Good debates provide a lot of this. Debates get very hard to judge when they are two teams making points but not attacking the other team's points as well. Make your points clearly, but attack every argument your opponent makes

12 Clues: time your future arguments. Be strategic, but polite.The main point or separate argument. This is sometimes also called a "claim".crossfire The cross-examination period is where all four debaters are allowed to speak....

Debate 2023-02-04

Debate crossword puzzle
Across
  1. Quebec City
  2. Whitehorse
  3. Nuuk
  4. Kingston
  5. Bogota
  6. Madrid
Down
  1. Mexico City
  2. Luxembourg
  3. Havana
  4. Oslo
  5. Salvador San Salvador
  6. Copenhagen
  7. Kiev
  8. York Albany
  9. Topeka
  10. Santiago
  11. Columbus

17 Clues: OsloKievNuukHavanaTopekaBogotaMadridKingstonSantiagoColumbusLuxembourgCopenhagenWhitehorseMexico CityQuebec CityYork AlbanySalvador San Salvador

Vocabulary Chapter 6 Review 2020-03-16

Vocabulary Chapter 6 Review crossword puzzle
Across
  1. when we review vocabulary, we ________ the words in our memory
  2. promise
  3. opposite of happy, cheerful, optimistic
  4. same as difference, opposite
  5. opposite of unable, unskilled, and useless
  6. when writing a research paper, you must provide a list of _____ materials
  7. has to do with money
  8. could be used to describe an elephant, a skyscraper, or a redwood tree
  9. Experts want to build our _____ness about COVID-19
  10. opposite of harm, disadvantage
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  1. rule
  2. collocations include restless, burst of, lack of,nervous
  3. collocations include quo, symbol, elite
  4. same as innovative, fresh, original
  5. same as downturn
  6. COVID-19 is a __________ pandemic
  7. to get something
  8. collocations include debate, opposing, and sports
  9. the main subject that is being discussed or described

19 Clues: rulepromisesame as downturnto get somethinghas to do with moneysame as difference, oppositeopposite of harm, disadvantageCOVID-19 is a __________ pandemicsame as innovative, fresh, originalopposite of happy, cheerful, optimisticcollocations include quo, symbol, eliteopposite of unable, unskilled, and useless...

debate 2019-04-15

debate crossword puzzle
Across
  1. valid quotes and sources that are delivered conversationally Sometimes referred to as a card which refers to the days when debaters cut and pasted their quotes on note cards
  2. the lens through which you would like your argument viewed This is used to help the audience weigh your points For example a Con gun control case might use Constitutionality the 2nd Amendment as their framework and offer it as the highest value in the round A Pro gun control case might use Safety as the highest value in the round
  3. Giving your audience a heads up when you change arguments Now on my opponents first point is an example of sign posting We now know where to write your upcoming response on our flow It is very important to tell your judge where to write your arguments If you dont they may not write them down at all
  4. The note-taking technique used in debate to track all points and arguments The flow is separated by speech for organizational purposes The flow is used to go down each point made to provide an organized clash in a debate
  5. The cross-examination period where all four debaters are allowed to speak
  6. The speeches where you offer your main points following the basic structure we have used in class A constructive is written word for word and includes at least one valid quote source for every point made A constructive includes an introduction a framework weighing mechanism your main points and a conclusion
  7. The main point or separate argument a general statement or point you are trying to make
  8. Aligning your arguments directly to your opponents points Good debates provide a lot of clash Debates get very hard to judge when they are two teams making points but not attacking the other teams points as well Make your points clearly but attack every argument your opponent makes
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  1. Time allotted to each team that does not count as speaking time This time 3 minutes per team for you is used to prepare notes for your next speech and discuss strategy with your partner It can be used before any of your speeches It is NOT used before an opponents speech or before a crossfire period
  2. The exact wording of your topic Good resolutions are clearly worded to imply a clear Pro and Con stance For example Immigration is not a resolution The USFG should pass the immigration reform bill is a resolution
  3. Speaking time allotted to review arguments and clarify the round No new arguments are allowed in rebuttals In Public Forum rebuttals are called First Speaker Summary and Final Focus
  4. An argument that goes unanswered by your opponent Dropping an argument will cause you to not be able to address it later This is bad very very bad
  5. Using the flow to argue against your opponents arguments
  6. Giving your audience a very basic preview of your speech Typically Judge I will be attacking our opponents case and defending ours with the time remaining This tells the audience you are organized
  7. The cross-examination period where you and your opponent take turns asking questions This period is one versus one There are two types of questions clarification and questions of exploitation to set up your future arguments Be strategic but polite
  8. The so-what factor of your claim Impacts win debates Explain why every claim is important Assuming that something is important without proving the impact of it usually loses debates

16 Clues: Using the flow to argue against your opponents argumentsThe cross-examination period where all four debaters are allowed to speakThe main point or separate argument a general statement or point you are trying to make...

Debate 2023-01-20

Debate crossword puzzle
Across
  1. Alianza militar intergubernamental entre 30 Estados miembros: 28 europeos y dos norteamericanos.
  2. Declaración o cuestión específica que se somete a debate
  3. informática acceso no autorizado a los datos de un sistema o de un ordenador
  4. son una cuestión habitual en el debate político que se refiere a los problemas inherentes al statu quo.
  5. Son los discursos que responden a los argumentos del oponente, basándose en los materiales de los constructivos.
  6. información, normalmente engañosa, utilizada para promover un punto de vista concreto
  7. Ciencia que estudia cómo se relacionan los organismos vivos con su entorno en la agricultura
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  1. cualquier organismo cuyo material genético haya sido alterado mediante técnicas de ingeniería genética
  2. es una cuestión habitual en el debate político que se refiere a una barrera que impide resolver un daño en el statu quo
  3. una pregunta de 2012 en las urnas de California que habría obligado a etiquetar los OMG
  4. Material de apoyo para los argumentos.
  5. Sesiones de preguntas y respuestas entre los debatientes.
  6. Segunda intervención en el debate
  7. persona que publica cosas en internet para manipular a la gente y enfadarla o confundirla
  8. El gobierno federal de Estados Unidos debería aumentar su seguridad con la OTAN.
  9. Tiempo que se concede a los debatientes para preparar su siguiente punto.
  10. un argumento que debate si el plan del afirmativo sigue o no la resolución.

17 Clues: Segunda intervención en el debateMaterial de apoyo para los argumentos.Declaración o cuestión específica que se somete a debateSesiones de preguntas y respuestas entre los debatientes.Tiempo que se concede a los debatientes para preparar su siguiente punto.un argumento que debate si el plan del afirmativo sigue o no la resolución....

Percy Jackson Chapter 1-5 Review 2023-08-31

Percy Jackson Chapter 1-5 Review crossword puzzle
Across
  1. Something that seems real but does not really exist (vocabulary word)
  2. what Percy Jackson is
  3. Slightly open (vocabulary word)
  4. A person who listen to other people talk without letting them know (vocabulary word)
  5. ______ ones
  6. The color of Percy's mother's cooking/baking
  7. Academy name
  8. Three old ladies
  9. Name of Percy's best friend
  10. Mr. Brunner's real name
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  1. What Grover is
  2. the name of Percy's mother
  3. Half man, Half bull
  4. Destroy completely (vocabulary word)
  5. Percy's nickname for his step-father
  6. _____ Mythology
  7. Third word in the chapter 1 title (also a vocabulary word)

17 Clues: ______ onesAcademy nameWhat Grover is_____ MythologyThree old ladiesHalf man, Half bullwhat Percy Jackson isMr. Brunner's real namethe name of Percy's motherName of Percy's best friendSlightly open (vocabulary word)Destroy completely (vocabulary word)Percy's nickname for his step-fatherThe color of Percy's mother's cooking/baking...

Español Crossword puzzle (Use vocabulary!) 2022-05-13

Español Crossword puzzle (Use vocabulary!) crossword puzzle
Across
  1. Back in the old times we didn’t have telephones when we were little! What’s the vocabulary word for telephone in español?
  2. The police stoped me because I was speeding on the road. What’s the vocabulary word for stop in español?
  3. Jordan and Kaitlin went the the furniture store to buy a new bed for the extra room. What’s the vocabulary word for Furniture store in español?
  4. John and Amanda Go to the clinic for a check up. What’s the Vocabulary word to Clinic in español?
  5. The children throw coins into the fountain to make a wish and hoped to get what they wished for. What’s the vocabulary word for Fountain in español?
  6. Where’s the plaza? What’s the vocabulary word for plaza in español?
  7. My whole family decided to not go watch the movie so we had to turn around and go home. What’s the vocabulary word for to turn in español?
  8. Excuse me, sir. Where can i find the nearest bathroom? What’s the vocabulary word for excuse me in español?
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  1. I had to go to the emergency room in a hospital to see what was wrong with me! What’s the vocabulary word hospital in español?
  2. Sara heads to the bank to make a deposit of 100 dollars into her checking account. What’s the vocabulary word Bank in español?
  3. Louis takes his dog out for a walk. What’s the vocabulary word for walk in español?
  4. We use now a days to make fuel is by factory’s! What’s the vocabulary word for factory in español?
  5. Ethan and McKenzie work at a bakery and loves to sell sweets! What’s the vocabulary word for bakery in español?
  6. The whole class went on a field trip to the aquarium and I was fascinated by the fish! What’s the vocabulary word for aquarium in español?
  7. Lisa and Mark are a happy married couple shopping at a market. What’s the vocabulary word for market in español?
  8. Me and my friends like to walk in the cemetery at night during Halloween! What’s the vocabulary word for cemetery in español?

16 Clues: Where’s the plaza? What’s the vocabulary word for plaza in español?Louis takes his dog out for a walk. What’s the vocabulary word for walk in español?John and Amanda Go to the clinic for a check up. What’s the Vocabulary word to Clinic in español?We use now a days to make fuel is by factory’s! What’s the vocabulary word for factory in español?...

Español Crossword puzzle (Use vocabulary!) 2022-05-13

Español Crossword puzzle (Use vocabulary!) crossword puzzle
Across
  1. Back in the old times we didn’t have telephones when we were little! What’s the vocabulary word for telephone in español?
  2. The police stoped me because I was speeding on the road. What’s the vocabulary word for stop in español?
  3. Jordan and Kaitlin went the the furniture store to buy a new bed for the extra room. What’s the vocabulary word for Furniture store in español?
  4. John and Amanda Go to the clinic for a check up. What’s the Vocabulary word to Clinic in español?
  5. The children throw coins into the fountain to make a wish and hoped to get what they wished for. What’s the vocabulary word for Fountain in español?
  6. Where’s the plaza? What’s the vocabulary word for plaza in español?
  7. My whole family decided to not go watch the movie so we had to turn around and go home. What’s the vocabulary word for to turn in español?
  8. Excuse me, sir. Where can i find the nearest bathroom? What’s the vocabulary word for excuse me in español?
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  1. I had to go to the emergency room in a hospital to see what was wrong with me! What’s the vocabulary word hospital in español?
  2. Sara heads to the bank to make a deposit of 100 dollars into her checking account. What’s the vocabulary word Bank in español?
  3. Louis takes his dog out for a walk. What’s the vocabulary word for walk in español?
  4. We use now a days to make fuel is by factory’s! What’s the vocabulary word for factory in español?
  5. Ethan and McKenzie work at a bakery and loves to sell sweets! What’s the vocabulary word for bakery in español?
  6. The whole class went on a field trip to the aquarium and I was fascinated by the fish! What’s the vocabulary word for aquarium in español?
  7. Lisa and Mark are a happy married couple shopping at a market. What’s the vocabulary word for market in español?
  8. Me and my friends like to walk in the cemetery at night during Halloween! What’s the vocabulary word for cemetery in español?

16 Clues: Where’s the plaza? What’s the vocabulary word for plaza in español?Louis takes his dog out for a walk. What’s the vocabulary word for walk in español?John and Amanda Go to the clinic for a check up. What’s the Vocabulary word to Clinic in español?We use now a days to make fuel is by factory’s! What’s the vocabulary word for factory in español?...

Debate vocabulary 2021-10-29

Debate vocabulary crossword puzzle
Across
  1. main point or separate argument. This is sometimes also called a "claim". *
  2. Time: Time allotted to each team that does not count as speaking time. This time (3 minutes per team for you) is used to prepare notes for your next speech and discuss strategy with your partner. It can be used before any of your speeches. It is NOT used before an opponent’s speech or before a crossfire period. *
  3. The cross examination period where you and your opponent take turns asking questions. This period is one versus one. There are two types of questions: clarification and questions of exploitation to set up your future arguments. Be strategic, but polite. *
  4. Speaking time allotted to review arguments and clarify the round. No new arguments are allowed in rebuttals. In Public Forum, these are called First Speaker Summary and Final Focus. *
  5. valid quotes and sources that are delivered conversationally. Sometimes referred to as a “card” which refers to the days when debaters cut and pasted their quotes on note cards. *
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  1. note-taking technique used in debate to track all points and arguments. This is separated by speech for organizational purposes. This is used to go down each point made to provide an organized clash in debate. *
  2. The exact wording of your topic. Good ones are clearly worded to imply a clear Pro and Con stance. For example: “Immigration” is not one . “The USFG should pass the immigration reform bill” is one. *
  3. Crossfire: The cross examination period where all four debaters are allowed to speak. *
  4. The speeches where you offer your main points following the basic 80 UOMO structure we have used in class. This is written word for word and includes at least one valid quote/source for every point made. This includes an introduction, a “framework” weighing mechanism, your main points, and a conclusion. *
  5. Aligning your arguments directly to your opponents’ points. Good debates provide a lot of this. Debates get very hard to judge when they are two teams making points but not attacking the other teams points as well. Make your points clearly, but attack every argument your opponent makes. *
  6. Argument: An argument that goes unanswered by your opponent. Dropping an argument will cause you to not be able to address it later. This is bad, very, very bad. *

11 Clues: main point or separate argument. This is sometimes also called a "claim". *Crossfire: The cross examination period where all four debaters are allowed to speak. *Argument: An argument that goes unanswered by your opponent. Dropping an argument will cause you to not be able to address it later. This is bad, very, very bad. *...

Debate vocabulary 2021-10-27

Debate vocabulary crossword puzzle
Across
  1. The exact wording of your topic. Good ones are clearly worded to imply a clear Pro and Con stance. For example: “Immigration” is not one . “The USFG should pass the immigration reform bill” is one.
  2. A main point or separate argument. This is sometimes also called a "claim".
  3. An argument that goes unanswered by your opponent. Dropping an argument will cause you to not be able to address it later. This is bad, very, very bad
  4. valid quotes and sources that are delivered conversationally. Sometimes referred to as a “card” which refers to the days when debaters cut and pasted their quotes on note cards.
Down
  1. Speaking time allotted to review arguments and clarify the round. No new arguments are allowed in rebuttals. In Public Forum, these are called First Speaker Summary and Final Focus.
  2. The note-taking technique used in debate to track all points and arguments. This is separated by speech for organizational purposes. This is used to go down each point made to provide an organized clash in debate.
  3. The cross examination period where all four debaters are allowed to speak.
  4. The speeches where you offer your main points following the basic structure we have used in class. This is written word for word and includes at least one valid quote/source for every point made. This includes an introduction, a “framework” weighing mechanism, your main points, and a conclusion.
  5. Aligning your arguments directly to your opponents’ points. Good debates provide a lot of this. Debates get very hard to judge when they are two teams making points but not attacking the other teams points as well. Make your points clearly, but attack every argument your opponent makes.
  6. Time allotted to each team that does not count as speaking time. This time (3 minutes per team for you) is used to prepare notes for your next speech and discuss strategy with your partner. It can be used before any of your speeches. It is NOT used before an opponent’s speech or before a crossfire period.
  7. The cross examination period where you and your opponent take turns asking questions. This period is one versus one. There are two types of questions: clarification and questions of exploitation to set up your future arguments. Be strategic, but polite.

11 Clues: The cross examination period where all four debaters are allowed to speak.A main point or separate argument. This is sometimes also called a "claim".An argument that goes unanswered by your opponent. Dropping an argument will cause you to not be able to address it later. This is bad, very, very bad...

Debate vocabulary 2021-10-27

Debate vocabulary crossword puzzle
Across
  1. The exact wording of your topic. Good ones are clearly worded to imply a clear Pro and Con stance. For example: “Immigration” is not one . “The USFG should pass the immigration reform bill” is one.
  2. A main point or separate argument. This is sometimes also called a "claim".
  3. An argument that goes unanswered by your opponent. Dropping an argument will cause you to not be able to address it later. This is bad, very, very bad
  4. valid quotes and sources that are delivered conversationally. Sometimes referred to as a “card” which refers to the days when debaters cut and pasted their quotes on note cards.
Down
  1. Speaking time allotted to review arguments and clarify the round. No new arguments are allowed in rebuttals. In Public Forum, these are called First Speaker Summary and Final Focus.
  2. The note-taking technique used in debate to track all points and arguments. This is separated by speech for organizational purposes. This is used to go down each point made to provide an organized clash in debate.
  3. The cross examination period where all four debaters are allowed to speak.
  4. The speeches where you offer your main points following the basic structure we have used in class. This is written word for word and includes at least one valid quote/source for every point made. This includes an introduction, a “framework” weighing mechanism, your main points, and a conclusion.
  5. Aligning your arguments directly to your opponents’ points. Good debates provide a lot of this. Debates get very hard to judge when they are two teams making points but not attacking the other teams points as well. Make your points clearly, but attack every argument your opponent makes.
  6. Time allotted to each team that does not count as speaking time. This time (3 minutes per team for you) is used to prepare notes for your next speech and discuss strategy with your partner. It can be used before any of your speeches. It is NOT used before an opponent’s speech or before a crossfire period.
  7. The cross examination period where you and your opponent take turns asking questions. This period is one versus one. There are two types of questions: clarification and questions of exploitation to set up your future arguments. Be strategic, but polite.

11 Clues: The cross examination period where all four debaters are allowed to speak.A main point or separate argument. This is sometimes also called a "claim".An argument that goes unanswered by your opponent. Dropping an argument will cause you to not be able to address it later. This is bad, very, very bad...

Mother's Day Puzzle 2023-05-12

Mother's Day Puzzle crossword puzzle
Across
  1. The capital of Washington State.
  2. The main setting for A Long Walk to Water.
  3. Something we do to reduce waste and pollution.
  4. This prefix means "Three"
  5. The answer to an addition problem.
  6. A vocabulary game we play in class.
  7. Information designed to make you believe something.
  8. The location of the famous Space Needle.
Down
  1. Famous German scientist who fled from the Nazis.
  2. An angle going from left to right.
  3. An angle or line going from top to bottom.
  4. Known as "The Game of Kings"
  5. An argument or conversation used to persuade.
  6. The speed that will make you most successful in SBA.
  7. The Clover Creek mascot.
  8. The ____ is mightier than the sword.

16 Clues: The Clover Creek mascot.This prefix means "Three"Known as "The Game of Kings"The capital of Washington State.An angle going from left to right.The answer to an addition problem.A vocabulary game we play in class.The ____ is mightier than the sword.The location of the famous Space Needle.The main setting for A Long Walk to Water....

Etymology Crossword 2020-11-22

Etymology Crossword crossword puzzle
Across
  1. A phrase that is soooo overused
  2. Something named after its inventor/creator
  3. Word choice in your writing
  4. A phrase that is not literal and is sorta cultural
  5. The meaning of words/debate over meaning
  6. Words that came from the same original root word
  7. Same spelling and pronunciation, not meaning
  8. Something has a second layer of meaning
  9. The beginning or start of something
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  1. Same spelling-different everything else
  2. Same pronunciation - different everything else
  3. Something means exactly what it says
  4. How you talk based on where you live
  5. Vocabulary choices based on popular culture
  6. Casual and familiar conversation
  7. Word order impacts the quality of a sentence

16 Clues: Word choice in your writingA phrase that is soooo overusedCasual and familiar conversationThe beginning or start of somethingSomething means exactly what it saysHow you talk based on where you liveSame spelling-different everything elseSomething has a second layer of meaningThe meaning of words/debate over meaning...

Debate vocabulary 2021-10-27

Debate vocabulary crossword puzzle
Across
  1. The exact wording of your topic. Good ones are clearly worded to imply a clear Pro and Con stance. For example: “Immigration” is not one . “The USFG should pass the immigration reform bill” is one.
  2. A main point or separate argument. This is sometimes also called a "claim".
  3. An argument that goes unanswered by your opponent. Dropping an argument will cause you to not be able to address it later. This is bad, very, very bad
  4. valid quotes and sources that are delivered conversationally. Sometimes referred to as a “card” which refers to the days when debaters cut and pasted their quotes on note cards.
Down
  1. Speaking time allotted to review arguments and clarify the round. No new arguments are allowed in rebuttals. In Public Forum, these are called First Speaker Summary and Final Focus.
  2. The note-taking technique used in debate to track all points and arguments. This is separated by speech for organizational purposes. This is used to go down each point made to provide an organized clash in debate.
  3. The cross examination period where all four debaters are allowed to speak.
  4. The speeches where you offer your main points following the basic structure we have used in class. This is written word for word and includes at least one valid quote/source for every point made. This includes an introduction, a “framework” weighing mechanism, your main points, and a conclusion.
  5. Aligning your arguments directly to your opponents’ points. Good debates provide a lot of this. Debates get very hard to judge when they are two teams making points but not attacking the other teams points as well. Make your points clearly, but attack every argument your opponent makes.
  6. Time allotted to each team that does not count as speaking time. This time (3 minutes per team for you) is used to prepare notes for your next speech and discuss strategy with your partner. It can be used before any of your speeches. It is NOT used before an opponent’s speech or before a crossfire period.
  7. The cross examination period where you and your opponent take turns asking questions. This period is one versus one. There are two types of questions: clarification and questions of exploitation to set up your future arguments. Be strategic, but polite.

11 Clues: The cross examination period where all four debaters are allowed to speak.A main point or separate argument. This is sometimes also called a "claim".An argument that goes unanswered by your opponent. Dropping an argument will cause you to not be able to address it later. This is bad, very, very bad...

Debate Vocabulary 2023-02-08

Debate Vocabulary crossword puzzle
Across
  1. not open to more than one interpretation
  2. the speech act of refuting by offering a contrary contention or argument
  3. give a brief statement of the main points of (something).
  4. a reason or set of reasons given with the aim of persuading others that an action or idea is right or wrong.
  5. a proposition that follows from (and is often appended to) one already proved.
  6. giving a lot of information clearly and in a few words; brief but comprehensive.
Down
  1. the action of making a statement or situation less confusing and more comprehensible.
  2. tell someone something positively or confidently to dispel any doubts they may have.
  3. refuse to agree to (a request).
  4. a formal proposal put to a legislature or committee.
  5. critical observation or examination.

11 Clues: refuse to agree to (a request).critical observation or examination.not open to more than one interpretationa formal proposal put to a legislature or committee.give a brief statement of the main points of (something).the speech act of refuting by offering a contrary contention or argument...

Debate vocabulary 2021-10-29

Debate vocabulary crossword puzzle
Across
  1. main point or separate argument. This is sometimes also called a "claim". *
  2. Time: Time allotted to each team that does not count as speaking time. This time (3 minutes per team for you) is used to prepare notes for your next speech and discuss strategy with your partner. It can be used before any of your speeches. It is NOT used before an opponent’s speech or before a crossfire period. *
  3. The cross examination period where you and your opponent take turns asking questions. This period is one versus one. There are two types of questions: clarification and questions of exploitation to set up your future arguments. Be strategic, but polite. *
  4. Speaking time allotted to review arguments and clarify the round. No new arguments are allowed in rebuttals. In Public Forum, these are called First Speaker Summary and Final Focus. *
  5. valid quotes and sources that are delivered conversationally. Sometimes referred to as a “card” which refers to the days when debaters cut and pasted their quotes on note cards. *
Down
  1. note-taking technique used in debate to track all points and arguments. This is separated by speech for organizational purposes. This is used to go down each point made to provide an organized clash in debate. *
  2. The exact wording of your topic. Good ones are clearly worded to imply a clear Pro and Con stance. For example: “Immigration” is not one . “The USFG should pass the immigration reform bill” is one. *
  3. Crossfire: The cross examination period where all four debaters are allowed to speak. *
  4. The speeches where you offer your main points following the basic 80 UOMO structure we have used in class. This is written word for word and includes at least one valid quote/source for every point made. This includes an introduction, a “framework” weighing mechanism, your main points, and a conclusion. *
  5. Aligning your arguments directly to your opponents’ points. Good debates provide a lot of this. Debates get very hard to judge when they are two teams making points but not attacking the other teams points as well. Make your points clearly, but attack every argument your opponent makes. *
  6. Argument: An argument that goes unanswered by your opponent. Dropping an argument will cause you to not be able to address it later. This is bad, very, very bad. *

11 Clues: main point or separate argument. This is sometimes also called a "claim". *Crossfire: The cross examination period where all four debaters are allowed to speak. *Argument: An argument that goes unanswered by your opponent. Dropping an argument will cause you to not be able to address it later. This is bad, very, very bad. *...

Debate Vocabulary 2021-10-27

Debate Vocabulary crossword puzzle
Across
  1. cross-examination period where you and your opponent take turns asking questions. This period is one versus one. There are two types of questions: clarification and questions of exploitation to set up your future arguments. Be strategic, but polite.
  2. Argument-An argument that goes unanswered by your opponent. Dropping an argument will cause you to not be able to address it later. This is bad, very, very bad.
  3. time allotted to review arguments and clarify the round. No new arguments are allowed in rebuttals. In Public Forum, these are called First Speaker Summary and Final Focus.
  4. main point or separate argument. This is sometimes also called a "claim".
  5. time-Time allotted to each team that does not count as speaking time. This time (3 minutes per team for you) is used to prepare notes for your next speech and discuss strategy with your partner. It can be used before any of your speeches. It is NOT used before an opponent’s speech or before a crossfire period.
Down
  1. quotes and sources that are delivered conversationally. Sometimes referred to as a “card” which refers to the days when debaters cut and pasted their quotes on note cards.
  2. your arguments directly to your opponents’ points. Good debates provide a lot of this. Debates get very hard to judge when they are two teams making points but not attacking the other team’s points as well. Make your points clearly, but attack every argument your opponent makes.
  3. Crossfire-The cross-examination period where all four debaters are allowed to speak.
  4. speeches where you offer your main points following the basic structure we have used in class. This is written word for word and includes at least one valid quote/source for every point made. This includes an introduction, a “framework” weighing mechanism, your main points, and a conclusion.
  5. the exact wording of your topic. Good ones are clearly worded to imply a clear Pro and Con stance. For example: “Immigration” is not one. “The USFG should pass the immigration reform bill” is one.
  6. note-taking technique used in debate to track all points and arguments. This is separated by speech for organizational purposes. This is used to go down each point made to provide an organized clash in debate.

11 Clues: main point or separate argument. This is sometimes also called a "claim".Crossfire-The cross-examination period where all four debaters are allowed to speak.Argument-An argument that goes unanswered by your opponent. Dropping an argument will cause you to not be able to address it later. This is bad, very, very bad....

More Than Words - Clothes 2023-04-18

More Than Words - Clothes crossword puzzle
Across
  1. an outfit you wear to bed
  2. wear these and your hands won't freeze
  3. the shorter word for "kumisaappaat"
  4. villapaita, neule
  5. wear this and your head won't freeze
  6. rhymes with kittens
  7. AmE word for "alushousut"
  8. kangas *extra word, not in the vocabulary
  9. puuvilla *extra word, not in the vocabulary
Down
  1. BrE word for "housut"
  2. villa *extra word, not in the vocabulary
  3. tennarit
  4. trousers made from a fabric called "denim"
  5. pilkullinen
  6. nahka *extra word, not in the vocabulary
  7. villatakki
  8. uimapuku
  9. kuvio
  10. keeps your trousers up

19 Clues: kuviotennarituimapukuvillatakkipilkullinenvillapaita, neulerhymes with kittensBrE word for "housut"keeps your trousers upan outfit you wear to bedAmE word for "alushousut"the shorter word for "kumisaappaat"wear this and your head won't freezewear these and your hands won't freezevilla *extra word, not in the vocabulary...

Debate 2012-11-12

Debate crossword puzzle
Across
  1. the obligation to present arguments for changing the status quo
  2. debate that takes place between two affirmative speakers and two negative speakers who argue a proposition of policy
  3. debate that involves two affirmative speakers and two negative speakers
  4. issues that are the points of disagreement in the debate
  5. builds an argument
  6. rebuilds an argument
  7. a formalized public speaking
  8. proposition that expresses judgements about the relative merit of a person
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  1. statement about what has, is, or will happen
  2. proposition that focuses on specific plans of action
  3. issues that are a formula of set questions
  4. the reasons and evidence given to answer the questions in the stock issues
  5. the existing state of affairs
  6. statements that justify the proposition
  7. debate that involves one affirmative and one negative speaker

15 Clues: builds an argumentrebuilds an argumenta formalized public speakingthe existing state of affairsstatements that justify the propositionissues that are a formula of set questionsstatement about what has, is, or will happenproposition that focuses on specific plans of actionissues that are the points of disagreement in the debate...

Debate 2018-10-14

Debate crossword puzzle
Across
  1. it has to be one or another. You can't go in between.
  2. a majority believes in it therefore you should be part of it too. It is not guaranteed that it is right.
  3. when a claim is true because a valid expert or credible person said that it's true.
  4. proof that proves that the opponent is wrong
  5. judge
  6. a type of argument use for showing that the opponent team is wrong.
  7. a type of argument that was prepared and for showing that their point of view is right.
Down
  1. a formal argument between groups of people with different point of view on a certain topic.
  2. made a conclusion by on an evidence that is lack support.
  3. pathos
  4. also known as metafallacy, is a belief that an argument is false because there is a fallacy.
  5. similar role as a host or the mc of a show
  6. saying something that eventually lead to another.
  7. a story that is use to base and argument
  8. give impression of refuting an opponent argument although it was not presented by the opponent.

15 Clues: judgepathosa story that is use to base and argumentsimilar role as a host or the mc of a showproof that proves that the opponent is wrongsaying something that eventually lead to another.it has to be one or another. You can't go in between.made a conclusion by on an evidence that is lack support....

Debate vocabulary 2021-10-27

Debate vocabulary crossword puzzle
Across
  1. The exact wording of your topic. Good ones are clearly worded to imply a clear Pro and Con stance. For example: “Immigration” is not one . “The USFG should pass the immigration reform bill” is one.
  2. A main point or separate argument. This is sometimes also called a "claim".
  3. An argument that goes unanswered by your opponent. Dropping an argument will cause you to not be able to address it later. This is bad, very, very bad
  4. valid quotes and sources that are delivered conversationally. Sometimes referred to as a “card” which refers to the days when debaters cut and pasted their quotes on note cards.
Down
  1. Speaking time allotted to review arguments and clarify the round. No new arguments are allowed in rebuttals. In Public Forum, these are called First Speaker Summary and Final Focus.
  2. The note-taking technique used in debate to track all points and arguments. This is separated by speech for organizational purposes. This is used to go down each point made to provide an organized clash in debate.
  3. The cross examination period where all four debaters are allowed to speak.
  4. The speeches where you offer your main points following the basic structure we have used in class. This is written word for word and includes at least one valid quote/source for every point made. This includes an introduction, a “framework” weighing mechanism, your main points, and a conclusion.
  5. Aligning your arguments directly to your opponents’ points. Good debates provide a lot of this. Debates get very hard to judge when they are two teams making points but not attacking the other teams points as well. Make your points clearly, but attack every argument your opponent makes.
  6. Time allotted to each team that does not count as speaking time. This time (3 minutes per team for you) is used to prepare notes for your next speech and discuss strategy with your partner. It can be used before any of your speeches. It is NOT used before an opponent’s speech or before a crossfire period.
  7. The cross examination period where you and your opponent take turns asking questions. This period is one versus one. There are two types of questions: clarification and questions of exploitation to set up your future arguments. Be strategic, but polite.

11 Clues: The cross examination period where all four debaters are allowed to speak.A main point or separate argument. This is sometimes also called a "claim".An argument that goes unanswered by your opponent. Dropping an argument will cause you to not be able to address it later. This is bad, very, very bad...

Debate Vocabulary 2022-03-03

Debate Vocabulary crossword puzzle
Across
  1. Time Time allotted to each team that does not count as speaking time. This time (3 minutes per team for you) is used to prepare notes for your next speech and discuss strategy with your partner. It can be used before any of your speeches. It is NOT used before an opponent’s speech or before a crossfire period.
  2. valid quotes and sources that are delivered conversationally. Sometimes referred to as a “card” which refers to the days when debaters cut and pasted their quotes on note cards.
  3. A main point or separate argument. This is sometimes also called a "claim
  4. Crossfire The cross-examination period where all four debaters are allowed to speak.
  5. The cross-examination period where you and your opponent take turns asking questions. This period is one versus one. There are two types of questions: clarification and questions of exploitation to set up your future arguments. Be strategic, but polite.
  6. Speaking time allotted to review arguments and clarify the round. No new arguments are allowed in rebuttals. In Public Forum, these are called First Speaker Summary and Final Focus.
Down
  1. The exact wording of your topic. Good ones are clearly worded to imply a clear Pro and Con stance. For example: “Immigration” is not one . “The USFG should pass the immigration reform bill” is one
  2. The speeches where you offer your main points following the basic structure we have used in class. This is written word for word and includes at least one valid quote/source for every point made. This includes an introduction, a “framework” weighing mechanism, your main points, and a conclusion.
  3. Argument An argument that goes unanswered by your opponent. Dropping an argument will cause you to not be able to address it later. This is bad, very, very bad.
  4. The note-taking technique used in debate to track all points and arguments. This is separated by speech for organizational purposes. This is used to go down each point made to provide an organized clash in debate
  5. Aligning your arguments directly to your opponents’ points. Good debates provide a lot of this. Debates get very hard to judge when they are two teams making points but not attacking the other teams points as well. Make your points clearly, but attack every argument your opponent makes.

11 Clues: A main point or separate argument. This is sometimes also called a "claimCrossfire The cross-examination period where all four debaters are allowed to speak.Argument An argument that goes unanswered by your opponent. Dropping an argument will cause you to not be able to address it later. This is bad, very, very bad....

Debate 2023-04-05

Debate crossword puzzle
Across
  1. a twoagainsttwo format that has elements of policy and parliamenty debate is used for high school students in international competitions
  2. the present system of programs,laws, and policies
  3. a debate format in which single debaters on each side debate a proposition of value
  4. the debators arguing against the adoption of the resolution
  5. a style of debate addressing propositions of fact, value, and policy
  6. this format involves two two-person teams debating narrow topics of significant controversy of public affairs
  7. speaking without th benifit of a prepared manuscript
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  1. academic debate that takes place in a tournament setting
  2. a mock legislature in which students debate legislation and follow parliamentary procedure
  3. a competitive event in which teams prepare arguments and witness for a hypothetical trial of either criminal or civil offence
  4. in academic debate, the time alloted to question an opponent about arguments and evidence presented in a speech
  5. a competitive debate format that focuses on policy topics and that usually involves two-person teams
  6. the debators who are arguing in favor of adopting the resolution
  7. the maxiimum amount of time to be used by each team between speeches
  8. in acedemic debate,the order and timing of speeches

15 Clues: the present system of programs,laws, and policiesin acedemic debate,the order and timing of speechesspeaking without th benifit of a prepared manuscriptacademic debate that takes place in a tournament settingthe debators arguing against the adoption of the resolutionthe debators who are arguing in favor of adopting the resolution...

Communications exercise Speeches 2018-05-01

Communications exercise Speeches crossword puzzle
Across
  1. Democrat
  2. Vocabulary
  3. Pathos
  4. Contrast
  5. Metaphor
  6. Structure
  7. Repetition
  8. List
  9. Republican
  10. Logos
  11. Excerpt
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  1. Quote
  2. Ethos
  3. Language
  4. Audience
  5. Constitution
  6. Example
  7. Speaker
  8. Persuade
  9. Future
  10. Intention
  11. Address

22 Clues: ListQuoteEthosLogosPathosFutureExampleSpeakerAddressExcerptLanguageDemocratAudiencePersuadeContrastMetaphorIntentionStructureVocabularyRepetitionRepublicanConstitution

Safe as HSouses 2018-03-08

Safe as HSouses crossword puzzle
Across
  1. What is the boy's last name
  2. When they looked at the other house the people were ___
  3. What is the youngest girl's name
  4. Vocabulary word for the dog's appearance
  5. Vocabulary word for how the babysitter was walking as she carried the young girl
  6. What is the boy's name
Down
  1. Vocabulary word for how the babysitter got into the tree
  2. Vocabulary word that the kids called the impact of the storm
  3. What is the babysitter's name
  4. Vocabulary word for what is left in the water after the structures floated away
  5. Vocabulary word for why the older girl spun around in the river
  6. Vocabulary word for how the babysitter got into the river
  7. Vocabulary word for what the young girl did when the dog fell off the roof
  8. What is the dog's name

14 Clues: What is the dog's nameWhat is the boy's nameWhat is the boy's last nameWhat is the babysitter's nameWhat is the youngest girl's nameVocabulary word for the dog's appearanceWhen they looked at the other house the people were ___Vocabulary word for how the babysitter got into the treeVocabulary word for how the babysitter got into the river...

Debate Vocabulary Crossword 2023-08-02

Debate Vocabulary Crossword crossword puzzle
Across
  1. Summing up the debate, addressing the most important arguments, and offering voting issues, usually done in the last speech of a debate.
  2. A reason to affirm or negate
  3. The topic of a debate
  4. Preferences of a judge for a debate round
  5. Debaters may argue that their definition is superior to that of another debater for a variety of reasons such as setting fair limits for the debate or being used in the literature.
  6. The reason why your claim is true; the reasoning behind a claim.
  7. Outline of a debate case containing arguments and evidence
  8. An argument, definition, or assumption that prevents both sides from competing
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  1. The idea that a debate must be fair for both sides.
  2. A sufficient standard by which to measure competing values
  3. The critical elements inherent in the resolution that the affirmative must establish in order to prove the validity of the resolution.
  4. Speeches in which debtors introduce their positions and advocacy
  5. An argument where teams debate the meaning of certain words in the resolution in an attempt to prove that the affirmative either is or is not debating the topic as worded.
  6. A weighing mechanism or tool that judges can use to determine which parts of the debate are most important; attempts to tell the judge which impacts matter most and why.
  7. The major argument in a debate
  8. A statement made at the beginning of any speech which takes a position with regard to the totality of one’s own or one’s opponent’s analysis. This part of the speech is entirely optional.

16 Clues: The topic of a debateA reason to affirm or negateThe major argument in a debatePreferences of a judge for a debate roundThe idea that a debate must be fair for both sides.A sufficient standard by which to measure competing valuesOutline of a debate case containing arguments and evidence...

Debate vocabulary 2021-10-27

Debate vocabulary crossword puzzle
Across
  1. aligning your arguments directly to your opponents’ points. Good debates provide a lot of this. Debates get very hard to judge when they are two teams making points but not attacking the other team's points as well. Make your points clearly, but attack every argument your opponent makes
  2. speaking time allotted to review arguments and clarify the round. No new arguments are allowed in rebuttals. In Public Forum, these are called First Speaker Summary and Final Focus.
  3. The exact wording of your topic. Good ones are clearly worded to imply a clear Pro and Con stance. For example: “Immigration” is not one . “The USFG should pass the immigration reform bill” is one.
  4. valid quotes and sources that are delivered conversationally. Sometimes referred to as a “card” which refers to the days when debaters cut and pasted their quotes on note cards.
Down
  1. The speeches where you offer your main points following the basic structure we have used in class. This is written word for word and includes at least one valid quote/source for every point made. This includes an introduction, a “framework” weighing mechanism, your main points, and a conclusion.
  2. argument An argument that goes unanswered by your opponent. Dropping an argument will cause you to not be able to address it later. This is bad, very, very bad.
  3. The cross examination period where you and your opponent take turns asking questions. This period is one versus one. There are two types of questions: clarification and questions of exploitation to set up your future arguments. Be strategic, but polite.
  4. A main point or separate argument. This is sometimes also called a "claim".
  5. Time allotted to each team that does not count as speaking time. This time (3 minutes per team for you) is used to prepare notes for your next speech and discuss strategy with your partner. It can be used before any of your speeches. It is NOT used before an opponent’s speech or before a crossfire period.
  6. The note-taking technique used in debate to track all points and arguments. This is separated by speech for organizational purposes. This is used to go down each point made to provide an organized clash in debate.
  7. rossfire The cross examination period where all four debaters are allowed to speak.

11 Clues: A main point or separate argument. This is sometimes also called a "claim".rossfire The cross examination period where all four debaters are allowed to speak.argument An argument that goes unanswered by your opponent. Dropping an argument will cause you to not be able to address it later. This is bad, very, very bad....

Debate vocabulary 2021-10-27

Debate vocabulary crossword puzzle
Across
  1. aligning your arguments directly to your opponents’ points. Good debates provide a lot of this. Debates get very hard to judge when they are two teams making points but not attacking the other team's points as well. Make your points clearly, but attack every argument your opponent makes
  2. speaking time allotted to review arguments and clarify the round. No new arguments are allowed in rebuttals. In Public Forum, these are called First Speaker Summary and Final Focus.
  3. The exact wording of your topic. Good ones are clearly worded to imply a clear Pro and Con stance. For example: “Immigration” is not one . “The USFG should pass the immigration reform bill” is one.
  4. valid quotes and sources that are delivered conversationally. Sometimes referred to as a “card” which refers to the days when debaters cut and pasted their quotes on note cards.
Down
  1. The speeches where you offer your main points following the basic structure we have used in class. This is written word for word and includes at least one valid quote/source for every point made. This includes an introduction, a “framework” weighing mechanism, your main points, and a conclusion.
  2. argument An argument that goes unanswered by your opponent. Dropping an argument will cause you to not be able to address it later. This is bad, very, very bad.
  3. The cross examination period where you and your opponent take turns asking questions. This period is one versus one. There are two types of questions: clarification and questions of exploitation to set up your future arguments. Be strategic, but polite.
  4. A main point or separate argument. This is sometimes also called a "claim".
  5. Time allotted to each team that does not count as speaking time. This time (3 minutes per team for you) is used to prepare notes for your next speech and discuss strategy with your partner. It can be used before any of your speeches. It is NOT used before an opponent’s speech or before a crossfire period.
  6. The note-taking technique used in debate to track all points and arguments. This is separated by speech for organizational purposes. This is used to go down each point made to provide an organized clash in debate.
  7. rossfire The cross examination period where all four debaters are allowed to speak.

11 Clues: A main point or separate argument. This is sometimes also called a "claim".rossfire The cross examination period where all four debaters are allowed to speak.argument An argument that goes unanswered by your opponent. Dropping an argument will cause you to not be able to address it later. This is bad, very, very bad....

"Seventh Grade" by Gary Soto 2020-10-07

"Seventh Grade" by Gary Soto crossword puzzle
Across
  1. This vocabulary words means to tremble slightly
  2. This vocabulary word means shy and lacking confidence
  3. This is the formula used to write a good conclusion paragraph
  4. This is the part of plot that shows the result of the decision made by the main character
  5. This is the correct way to spell your ELA Teacher's name
  6. This is the end of the story where the moral is revealed to readers
  7. This is the part of plot where the conflict gets intense and readers are left in suspense
  8. This is the author of "Seventh Grade"
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  1. This is the main character
  2. This is Victor's best friend
  3. This vocabulary word means to stay longer than necessary or to not want to leave
  4. This vocabulary word means slightly overweight
  5. This is Victor's French Teacher
  6. This is the formula used to write good body paragraphs
  7. This is the part of plot where the main character usually makes a decision
  8. This vocabulary word means fierce and savage
  9. This is the formula used to write a good introduction paragraph
  10. This is the beginning of the story where characters, setting, and conflicts are revealed
  11. This is Victor's crush
  12. This vocabulary word means at the same time

20 Clues: This is Victor's crushThis is the main characterThis is Victor's best friendThis is Victor's French TeacherThis is the author of "Seventh Grade"This vocabulary word means at the same timeThis vocabulary word means fierce and savageThis vocabulary word means slightly overweightThis vocabulary words means to tremble slightly...

BQ2-7 2020-12-15

BQ2-7 crossword puzzle
Across
  1. skill
  2. people
  3. bad
  4. things
  5. vocabulary
  6. right
  7. hope
  8. next week
  9. money
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  1. silent
  2. about
  3. power
  4. argue
  5. sentence
  6. for
  7. last week
  8. all
  9. this month
  10. gift

19 Clues: badforallhopegiftaboutskillpowerarguerightmoneysilentpeoplethingssentencelast weeknext weekvocabularythis month

Debate vocabulary 2013-04-22

Debate vocabulary crossword puzzle
Across
  1. (n.)a speech proposing a plan
  2. (n.)the points in a debate on which there are clashes of opinion,issues are neutral (they do not support either side)
  3. (v.)to nullify or cause to be ineffective; to contradict
  4. (v.)to prove something false
Down
  1. (n.)a statement that sets the topic of the debate
  2. (v.)to acknowledge something to be true
  3. (n.)the existing state of affairs; what the situation is right now
  4. (n.)a speech negating the plan
  5. (n.)proof of something; grounds to believe or disbelieve something
  6. (n.)a proposed specific action that would fulfill the resolution

10 Clues: (v.)to prove something false(n.)a speech proposing a plan(n.)a speech negating the plan(v.)to acknowledge something to be true(n.)a statement that sets the topic of the debate(v.)to nullify or cause to be ineffective; to contradict(n.)a proposed specific action that would fulfill the resolution...

Vocabulario ¿Cómo nos organizamos? Unidad 2 Lección1 2022-11-21

Vocabulario ¿Cómo nos organizamos? Unidad 2 Lección1 crossword puzzle
Across
  1. debate
  2. to research
  3. sponsor
  4. quote
  5. interview
  6. abstract
  7. to distribute
  8. announcement
  9. to post
Down
  1. to traslate
  2. audience
  3. to debate
  4. review
  5. opinion
  6. articles
  7. date
  8. to describe
  9. graph
  10. flyers
  11. to explain

20 Clues: datequotegraphreviewdebateflyersopinionsponsorto postaudiencearticlesabstractto debateinterviewto explainto traslateto researchto describeannouncementto distribute

Debate 2014-04-11

Debate crossword puzzle
Across
  1. argument label or heading
  2. team that opposes the resolution
  3. proof/ proof arising from actual experience
  4. sentence that states the topic to be debated
  5. of the stock issues in policy debate that must be demonstrated by the affirmative team
Down
  1. argument made at the top of the flowsheet before beginning the line-by-line responses to an opponent's argument
  2. team assigned to defend the resolution
  3. the right of the affirmative team to assume that its plan would be adopted in the political structure specified by the plan
  4. responding to the claims made by an opponent
  5. quo/Things as they now exist
  6. of paper completed by a judge at the end of a round
  7. reference for a negative disadvantage in policy debate
  8. one of the stock issues that resolves harm
  9. judges/ judges no one likes because they don't have a debate background

14 Clues: argument label or headingquo/Things as they now existteam that opposes the resolutionteam assigned to defend the resolutionone of the stock issues that resolves harmproof/ proof arising from actual experienceresponding to the claims made by an opponentsentence that states the topic to be debatedof paper completed by a judge at the end of a round...

English Class Words 2022-11-08

English Class Words crossword puzzle
Across
  1. Parts of speech
  2. Adjective
  3. Adverb
  4. Grammar
  5. Reading
  6. Listening
  7. Noun
  8. Preposition
  9. Opposite
  10. Speaking
  11. Syntax
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  1. Pronunciation
  2. Article
  3. Vocabulary
  4. Conjunction
  5. Dictionary
  6. Verb
  7. Comprehension
  8. Writing
  9. Pronoun
  10. Synonym
  11. Definition

22 Clues: VerbNounAdverbSyntaxArticleWritingGrammarPronounReadingSynonymOppositeSpeakingAdjectiveListeningVocabularyDictionaryDefinitionConjunctionPrepositionPronunciationComprehensionParts of speech

Vocabulario ¿Cómo nos organizamos? Unidad 2 Lección1 2022-11-21

Vocabulario ¿Cómo nos organizamos? Unidad 2 Lección1 crossword puzzle
Across
  1. date
  2. to distribute
  3. graph
  4. review
  5. quote
  6. to traslate
  7. articles
  8. audience
  9. sponsor
  10. to debate
Down
  1. to post
  2. to describe
  3. to research
  4. abstract
  5. to explain
  6. announcement
  7. interview
  8. flyers
  9. opinion
  10. debate

20 Clues: dategraphquotereviewflyersdebateto postopinionsponsorabstractarticlesaudienceinterviewto debateto explainto describeto researchto traslateannouncementto distribute

Vocabulary Crossword Debate 2023-08-07

Vocabulary Crossword Debate crossword puzzle
Across
  1. communication or debate.
  2. Things that can be really frustating For People with disabilities in their daily life
  3. Signs or signals that help people with certain disabilities understand and navigate their surroundings better.
  4. classify something or someone in terms of its position or disabilitie.
  5. assign to a category, especially inaccurately or restrictively.
  6. Saying or doing something causing someone to feel deeply hurt, upset, or angry.
  7. Problem/Matter
  8. Understanding and having empathy for what it's like to live with a disability, so we can be more supportive and kind.
  9. Big challenges and obstacles that people with disabilities face when they try to be part of everything like everyone else.
Down
  1. To not realize or appreciate how capable and talented people with disabilities can be.
  2. trouble or difficulty caused to a person who can’t do something
  3. The ideas, actitudes or activities that are shared as normal or convencional.
  4. a fixed and oversimplified idea of a particular person or thing without knowing anything.
  5. the quality or state of being exposed to the possibility of being attacked or harmed easily
  6. When people treat someone with a disability in a really mean or unfair way because of their condition.

15 Clues: Problem/Mattercommunication or debate.trouble or difficulty caused to a person who can’t do somethingassign to a category, especially inaccurately or restrictively.classify something or someone in terms of its position or disabilitie.The ideas, actitudes or activities that are shared as normal or convencional....

debate vocabulary 2023-03-27

debate vocabulary crossword puzzle
Across
  1. where all 4 or more debaters are allowed to speak
  2. The note taking technique used in debate to track all points and arguments
  3. the first speeches in a round
  4. the minutes or time of your speech time allowed to review arguments or the final focus
  5. valid quotes and references
  6. the main point of your argument.
  7. time allowed to each team to get speeches ready
Down
  1. when an argument goes unanswered
  2. exact words of your topic
  3. Cross period when you can ask your opponent questions

10 Clues: exact words of your topicvalid quotes and referencesthe first speeches in a roundwhen an argument goes unansweredthe main point of your argument.time allowed to each team to get speeches readywhere all 4 or more debaters are allowed to speakCross period when you can ask your opponent questions...

Debate 2021-03-01

Debate crossword puzzle
Across
  1. a marsh, ground covered with stagnant water
  2. elevated ground,a rising ground
  3. row of mountains
  4. fast moving river current
  5. low place between hills
Down
  1. small collect of water in a hallow place
  2. large area of flat land
  3. pit or excavation in the earth
  4. a small cape, headland
  5. hill or mountain of ice
  6. small fertile area in a desert
  7. a chain or range of rocks, near water surface
  8. piece of land enclosed for pasture
  9. large body of water nearly enclosed by land

14 Clues: row of mountainsa small cape, headlandlarge area of flat landhill or mountain of icelow place between hillsfast moving river currentpit or excavation in the earthsmall fertile area in a desertelevated ground,a rising groundpiece of land enclosed for pasturesmall collect of water in a hallow placea marsh, ground covered with stagnant water...

debate 2022-11-21

debate crossword puzzle
Across
  1. a natural elevation of land
  2. a narrow pass or passage
  3. the edge or margin of the land next to the sea
  4. a large body of water nearly enclosed by land
  5. the bottom of a mountain
  6. a bank or causeway
  7. an arm of the sea
  8. a high, steep almost vertical rock, usually on a coast
Down
  1. a port or haven for ships
  2. a prairie
  3. a valley
  4. a flat-topped mountain
  5. the shore of the sea or of a lake
  6. the edge,

14 Clues: a valleya prairiethe edge,an arm of the seaa bank or causewaya flat-topped mountaina narrow pass or passagethe bottom of a mountaina port or haven for shipsa natural elevation of landthe shore of the sea or of a lakea large body of water nearly enclosed by landthe edge or margin of the land next to the sea...

Debate 2023-05-03

Debate crossword puzzle
Across
  1. a person speaking in public
  2. causing disagreement and discussion
  3. giving people the desire to do something great
  4. prove that a statement or idea is incorrect
  5. the power to make you feel pity or sadness
  6. people listening to someone
Down
  1. convincing
  2. linked to the art of rhetoric
  3. the skill of making powerful speeches
  4. communicate (feelings or messages)
  5. persuade someone not to do something
  6. a formal talk given to an audience
  7. persuade someone by talking gently and kindly
  8. able to express opinions and ideas well

14 Clues: convincinga person speaking in publicpeople listening to someonelinked to the art of rhetoriccommunicate (feelings or messages)a formal talk given to an audiencecausing disagreement and discussionpersuade someone not to do somethingthe skill of making powerful speechesable to express opinions and ideas wellthe power to make you feel pity or sadness...

Ecology Debate Vocabulary 2022-11-05

Ecology Debate Vocabulary crossword puzzle
Across
  1. Elevated water levels often resulting in damage
  2. The English word for "essence"(fr)
  3. Pejoritive term for militant ecologist
  4. (6,7)The phenomenon of increasing temperatures on the planet
  5. Large-scale cutting down of trees,in the Amazon for example
Down
  1. Viable, often used with "development"
  2. At risk of extinction
  3. (6,5) hydrocarbons such as coal and gas
  4. Colour usually associated with environmental causes
  5. Period of exceptionally low rainfall
  6. Try to pressurise or convince decision-makers to take a particular course of action to the benefit of one particular group.
  7. (6,6)The term to describe the evolution of world weather patterns
  8. something, usually food, produced without chemicals such as pesticides
  9. The english word for "petrole"(fr)
  10. What is genearated by the consumption or exploitation of fuel

15 Clues: At risk of extinctionThe English word for "essence"(fr)The english word for "petrole"(fr)Period of exceptionally low rainfallViable, often used with "development"Pejoritive term for militant ecologist(6,5) hydrocarbons such as coal and gasElevated water levels often resulting in damageColour usually associated with environmental causes...

Vocabulario ¿Cómo nos organizamos? Unidad 2 Lección1 2022-11-21

Vocabulario ¿Cómo nos organizamos? Unidad 2 Lección1 crossword puzzle
Across
  1. announcement
  2. to post
  3. letter
  4. opinion
  5. to describe
  6. to traslate
  7. debate
  8. sponsor
  9. to research
  10. flyers
Down
  1. date
  2. articles
  3. audience
  4. to debate
  5. quote
  6. graph
  7. to explain
  8. abstract
  9. review
  10. to distribute
  11. to interview
  12. interview

22 Clues: datequotegraphletterreviewdebateflyersto postopinionsponsorarticlesaudienceabstractto debateinterviewto explainto describeto traslateto researchannouncementto interviewto distribute

Vocabulario ¿Cómo nos organizamos? Unidad 2 Lección1 2022-11-21

Vocabulario ¿Cómo nos organizamos? Unidad 2 Lección1 crossword puzzle
Across
  1. quote
  2. audience
  3. to distribute
  4. debate
  5. interview
  6. articles
  7. to research
  8. to post
  9. to interview
Down
  1. to explain
  2. to traslate
  3. flyers
  4. graph
  5. announcement
  6. to debate
  7. to describe
  8. date
  9. letter
  10. review
  11. opinion
  12. abstract
  13. sponsor

22 Clues: datequotegraphflyersdebateletterreviewopinionto postsponsoraudiencearticlesabstractto debateinterviewto explainto traslateto describeto researchannouncementto interviewto distribute

Debate 2022-03-28

Debate crossword puzzle
Across
  1. an argument that is not refuted by a side
  2. the act of taking notes in a debate round
  3. an orderly communication process
  4. the side that supports the proposition
  5. the side that does not support the proposition
  6. breaking down your opponents arguments
  7. an argument supporting your side
Down
  1. topic of the debate
  2. the logic behind your thinking
  3. the formal way of writing the proposition
  4. support for your contention
  5. the direct confrontation between issues
  6. rebuilding your arguments

13 Clues: topic of the debaterebuilding your argumentssupport for your contentionthe logic behind your thinkingan orderly communication processan argument supporting your sidethe side that supports the propositionbreaking down your opponents argumentsthe direct confrontation between issuesan argument that is not refuted by a side...

Secondary School 2022-08-17

Secondary School crossword puzzle
Across
  1. We are learning the language of France.
  2. We read books in English
  3. (Three words-In Spanish)We read books in Spanish
  4. We improve our Speaking
  5. We read a lot, we learn vocabulary, we write, and we have a Glossary!
  6. (In Spanish) We make calculations
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  1. (Three words-In Spanish) We learn about the world, our context, our duties and rights
  2. (Two words-In Spanish) We learn chemistry
  3. (In Spanish) We are learning about the events of countries and continents.
  4. (In Spanish) We learn about mountains and rivers and about the Earth
  5. (in Spanish) We learn to use a computer
  6. We learn about living organisms
  7. (in Spanish) We discuss ideas
  8. We learn about tenses in English, for example

14 Clues: We improve our SpeakingWe read books in English(in Spanish) We discuss ideasWe learn about living organisms(In Spanish) We make calculationsWe are learning the language of France.(in Spanish) We learn to use a computer(Two words-In Spanish) We learn chemistryWe learn about tenses in English, for example...

Debate Vocabulary Quiz 2023-03-30

Debate Vocabulary Quiz crossword puzzle
Across
  1. Disagreeing side to the resolution
  2. Debate style based on the Illinois senate debates between Abraham Lincoln and Steven A. Douglas
  3. The significance of what the argument will have in the future
  4. The why of the argument
  5. an argument you are proving to be true throughout the round.
  6. The topic of the debate - call to action
  7. Something good - ultimate goal of the side
  8. The Something MEASURABLE way to reach the VP
  9. A speech that argues against the resolution
Down
  1. A speech that argues for the resolution
  2. Evidence of argument using research
  3. Question period to question the opposing argument before writing rebuttal
  4. An speech that argues against the provided opposing constructive
  5. Agreeing side to the resolution

14 Clues: The why of the argumentAgreeing side to the resolutionDisagreeing side to the resolutionEvidence of argument using researchA speech that argues for the resolutionThe topic of the debate - call to actionSomething good - ultimate goal of the sideA speech that argues against the resolutionThe Something MEASURABLE way to reach the VP...

Vocabulary Project (1) 2018-02-04

Vocabulary Project (1) crossword puzzle
Across
  1. When you receive something from someone.
  2. When you go in the kitchen and feel uncomfortable.
  3. When your thought are different and you want to debate.
  4. You have something that tiny and small.
Down
  1. When you feel unhappy because of unfair treatment.
  2. The behavior when you accidentally touch a hot pot.
  3. To wish that you had something that another person has.
  4. When you don’t understand the story and want to stress some hard vocabulary.
  5. You read books more than one time to make sure before exam.
  6. When you conclude the data after you read.

10 Clues: You have something that tiny and small.When you receive something from someone.When you conclude the data after you read.When you feel unhappy because of unfair treatment.When you go in the kitchen and feel uncomfortable.The behavior when you accidentally touch a hot pot.To wish that you had something that another person has....

Expositions and Debating 2013-06-25

Expositions and Debating crossword puzzle
Across
  1. Judges the debate and decides on the winning team.
  2. The team that speaks first in a debate.
  3. Criticising the arguments made by the opposition during a debate.
  4. 'definitely' is an example of _____ modality.
  5. Varying the tone of your voice and using gestures.
  6. Ideas for or against a topic.
  7. The role of the 3rd speaker in a debate.
  8. An example of high modality is 'without a _____'.
  9. A repeated and catchy statement during a debate.
Down
  1. It is important to maintain eye ____ with the audience.
  2. The _____ of an exposition is to persuade the reader.
  3. The first paragraph of an exposition is the statement of _____
  4. Persuasive texts that aim to sell a product.
  5. An oral exposition.
  6. The amount of minutes each speaker should present for.
  7. Words that add strength to an argument.
  8. Arguments should be supported by ______.
  9. The first speaker of a debate should always ______ the topic.

18 Clues: An oral exposition.Ideas for or against a topic.The team that speaks first in a debate.Words that add strength to an argument.The role of the 3rd speaker in a debate.Arguments should be supported by ______.Persuasive texts that aim to sell a product.'definitely' is an example of _____ modality.A repeated and catchy statement during a debate....

Jada Camacho - Portfolio Quarter Two 2023-01-09

Jada Camacho - Portfolio Quarter Two crossword puzzle
Across
  1. Book finished this quarter is called "My __"
  2. We studied survivors ___ this marking period
  3. We did many units on this and had assessments of the different units throughout the marking period
  4. "The _____ Girls" was the name of the second book in my Antonia that we read
  5. The unit we are studying right now
  6. One of our unit 7 vocabulary words, this word means able to be believed
  7. The narrator after the first chapter in our class novel
  8. the number of assessments we have taken in this quarter (so far)
  9. The name of the wife of Jim in "The Gift of the Magi"
  10. A grammar topic that we studied at the beginning of the year that is similar to gerunds
  11. the name of the seminars on My Antonia we took
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  1. These are the vocabulary exercises we do for homework before a test to have a greater understanding of vocabulary words
  2. a large wave talked about in the Seventh man reading we did
  3. One of our unit 7 vocabulary words, this word means something that is kept for later use
  4. A text we read was "The Gift of the ___"
  5. Antonia's family's last name
  6. Grammer lesson we spent time on this quarter
  7. This was the place that the Thai soccer team was stuck in (from the story we read while doing the survival unit)
  8. One of our unit 6 vocabulary words, this word means unfriendly or angry
  9. The number of tips in the survival tips video we watched

20 Clues: Antonia's family's last nameThe unit we are studying right nowA text we read was "The Gift of the ___"Book finished this quarter is called "My __"We studied survivors ___ this marking periodGrammer lesson we spent time on this quarterthe name of the seminars on My Antonia we tookThe name of the wife of Jim in "The Gift of the Magi"...

Debate Crossword 2022-08-09

Debate Crossword crossword puzzle
Across
  1. a deceptive, misleading, or false notation, belief, etc.
  2. published literature that supports an argument.
  3. the topic of the debate. presents issues to be discussed.
  4. a weighing mechanism or tool that judges can use to determine which part of the debate is most imporant.
  5. to refer to how predictable an argument was based upon the topic literature.
  6. both teams make voting issues through out the debate.
  7. the power or force of an argument; why it matters.
  8. debaters debate the meaning of certain words to try and prove that the affirmative either is or isn't debating the topic
  9. an idea that states that the debate must be fair for both sides.
  10. preferences of a judge for a debate round.
  11. an idea that a debater argues the paramount
  12. a major argument in debates.
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  1. refers to the arguments debaters can make during the round.
  2. the negative debater can offer a competing value that is upheld through their case.
  3. the critial elements inherent in the resolution which the affirmative must establish in order to prove the validity of the resolution.
  4. note-taking technique.
  5. shorter speeches later in the debate in which debaters argue over issues that were built during the speech.
  6. letting judge know where you are heading in the debate; where you are at on the flow.
  7. the current situation while the debate is occuring.
  8. the side that supports the resolution.
  9. this refers to arguments,assumptions,or definitions made by one side that prevents both sides from competing.
  10. time during the debate to get ready and plan for the next speech.
  11. when a debater makes as many arguments as possible.
  12. a piece of information with a claim and warrent, source citation, and explanation.
  13. arguing against constructive arguments made by the other debater.

25 Clues: note-taking technique.a major argument in debates.the side that supports the resolution.preferences of a judge for a debate round.an idea that a debater argues the paramountpublished literature that supports an argument.the power or force of an argument; why it matters.the current situation while the debate is occuring....

Negotiation and Debate Vocabulary 2014-07-15

Negotiation and Debate Vocabulary crossword puzzle
Across
  1. the side in a debate that tries to prove the statement is false
  2. a negotiation strategy that focuses on resolving conflict by recognizing and valuing each side (win-win)
  3. a negotiation strategy in which an individual tries to resolve a conflict by withdrawing or denying (lose-lose)
  4. a statement of the point to be debated
  5. the final speech made by the negative speaker that summarizes the debate and attempts to "shut down" the arguments that can be anticipated in the affirmative speaker's rebuttal
  6. competitive type of formal debate that tackles abstract and complex questions of values
  7. a statement that provides a standard of judgment for determining whether a resolution is true
  8. a negotiation strategy in which differences are minimized, smoothed over, or suppressed (lose-win)
  9. a formal method of solving problems; a contest in reasoned argument
  10. a negotiation strategy in which each individual gives up something to meet in the middle (win-lose win-lose)
  11. time allotted during rounds to allow for organization and preparing questions
  12. considered the most challenging speech in an L-D debate, when the affirmative side has 4 minutes to answer the negative constructive
  13. the way things are now; the existing conditions--usually defended by the negative side
  14. the responsibility to find flaws in an argument--falls on the negative side
  15. working with another person to settle an issue
  16. a formal statement of opinion; a proposition that begins with "resolved"
  17. concepts that provide further standards of judgment for determining whether a value premise has been realized
  18. specific speeches that debaters make to build an argument for one side or another
  19. a statement that emphasizes what one wants
  20. a specific speech that shows the flaws in the argument of the opposition
  21. a word in debate that refers to a reason for favoring their side of a proposition, including the facts that support this reason
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  1. the speech in which the negative speaker presents the negative case and refutes the affirmative constructive
  2. notes taken during a debate
  3. the side in a debate that tries to prove the statement is true
  4. a proposition that is either true or false
  5. any debate conducted without specific rules--group discussions, etc.
  6. a person's concept of the ideal; "in a perfect world"--implies a moral obligation
  7. a type of proposition involving philosophical judgments for which there is no right or wrong answer
  8. last affirmative speech and the last speech of the debate
  9. a speech that is prepared before the round in which the affirmative speaker presents the affirmative case
  10. a proposition that focuses on the desirability of a particular course of action
  11. a negotiation strategy that that focuses on defeating the other person rather than resolving the problem (win-lose)
  12. a period following each speaker's constructive during which the speaker who has just spoken is questioned
  13. a transition that serves as a preview of arguments to be made in a speech
  14. facts, statements, reports, and quotes--information that helps prove something
  15. the responsibility to prove something--falls on the affirmative side arguing against the status quo
  16. a speech that contradicts or attacks your opponent's attacks on your arguments, allowing you to rebuild your argument
  17. a term in debate for the total group of arguments on one side
  18. an outline of the affirmative and negative cases, used as a guide and summary before and during a debate

39 Clues: notes taken during a debatea statement of the point to be debateda proposition that is either true or falsea statement that emphasizes what one wantsworking with another person to settle an issuelast affirmative speech and the last speech of the debatea term in debate for the total group of arguments on one side...

Malcolm Public Forum Debates- Crossword Creation 2022-10-31

Malcolm Public Forum Debates- Crossword Creation crossword puzzle
Across
  1. what debaters should look for in opponents speech
  2. info that makes debate subject worse
  3. frames how you have won debate
  4. source that can be trusted
  5. the first speeaker position is critial to...
  6. worded as solutions
  7. how you say a speech
  8. how should you communication sound?
  9. connects claim and support
  10. info that makes debate subject better
  11. when debaters question eachother
  12. what is being proposed in speech
Down
  1. time 2 minutes in which you get ready to debate
  2. this is from the guide to...
  3. information to support claim
  4. more important than quantity
  5. what decides if you are on pros or cons
  6. Both of these debaters have the primary burden of __ the other teams argument
  7. makes sure judges understand you
  8. minutes of prep time before debate

20 Clues: worded as solutionshow you say a speechsource that can be trustedconnects claim and supportthis is from the guide to...information to support claimmore important than quantityframes how you have won debatemakes sure judges understand youwhen debaters question eachotherwhat is being proposed in speechminutes of prep time before debate...

TESL 4203 Vocabulary terms 2015-01-22

TESL 4203 Vocabulary terms crossword puzzle
Across
  1. a words that has the same meaning
  2. helping students to make the connections to what they already know
  3. endings that change the part of speech of the vocabulary
  4. the form of the target vocabulary, including endings, grammar, etc.
  5. authentic objects used for teaching
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  1. a group of words that are chosen to be taught in a particular lesson
  2. visual representation made by the teacher while students are watching
  3. things that students easily confuse with your target vocabulary
  4. the meaning of vocabulary
  5. acting out the meaning
  6. how the target vocabulary is used in a sentence
  7. getting students to give answers
  8. any relevant pronunciation that needs to be taught

13 Clues: acting out the meaningthe meaning of vocabularygetting students to give answersa words that has the same meaningauthentic objects used for teachinghow the target vocabulary is used in a sentenceany relevant pronunciation that needs to be taughtendings that change the part of speech of the vocabulary...

Debate Terms #1 2019-01-09

Debate Terms #1 crossword puzzle
Across
  1. controversial statement that debater each supports or refutes
  2. taking notes during a debate round
  3. a speech that presents the debater's basic arguments for or against the resolution
  4. information used to support each claim made during a debate round
  5. the side that argues for the resolution
  6. the side the argues against the resolution
  7. each speech in a debate round is allotted number of minutes
  8. faulty reasoning, normally grounded in propaganda
  9. the topic of a debate
  10. using analysis to connect the evidence to the claim
Down
  1. providing explanations of the terms in the debate round; it's the affirmative's job to provide the meanings of terms
  2. main points in a debate round
  3. the period during a debate when a member of one team ask questions of an opposing team member either to clarify information or set up arguments to be used later
  4. speeches in a debate round that challenge or defend arguments introduced in the constructive speeches
  5. individuals who listen to a debate and decide the winner
  6. the process of attacking an opponent's arguments; an organized attack on an opponent's arguments that specifically addresses each main point

16 Clues: the topic of a debatemain points in a debate roundtaking notes during a debate roundthe side that argues for the resolutionthe side the argues against the resolutionfaulty reasoning, normally grounded in propagandausing analysis to connect the evidence to the claimindividuals who listen to a debate and decide the winner...

Phonetics 2022-10-06

Phonetics crossword puzzle
Across
  1. subject
  2. test
  3. canteen
  4. computer
  5. vocabulary
  6. school
  7. presentation
Down
  1. context
  2. learning
  3. punctuation
  4. student
  5. examination
  6. classmate
  7. teacher

14 Clues: testschoolcontextsubjectstudentcanteenteacherlearningcomputerclassmatevocabularypunctuationexaminationpresentation

Debate 2023-09-22

Debate crossword puzzle
Across
  1. attacking a person's character
  2. what the speech is referring to
  3. why the speech is given
  4. where the speech took place
  5. author's attitude towards a subject
Down
  1. error in logic
  2. appeal to logic
  3. comments or information that do not logically follow from a premise or the conclusion
  4. appeal to emotion
  5. people who listen to the speech
  6. appeal to trustworthiness
  7. the person giving the speech

12 Clues: error in logicappeal to logicappeal to emotionwhy the speech is givenappeal to trustworthinesswhere the speech took placethe person giving the speechattacking a person's characterpeople who listen to the speechwhat the speech is referring toauthor's attitude towards a subject...

Putting It All Together 2016-12-13

Putting It All Together crossword puzzle
Across
  1. ability to read quickly, accurately, and with proper expression
  2. smallest part of spoken language
  3. words used when speaking
  4. method where children first name the letters of the alphabet, spell aloud the syllables in the syllabary, and then spell and recite each word of the printed text
  5. assessments that are embedded as part of day-to-day instruction
  6. experiment where children were asked to link printed words to words already in their speaking vocabulary
  7. the understanding that there are systematic and predictable relationships between written letters and spoken sounds
  8. instruction that teaches the relationship between letters of written language and individual sounds of spoken language
  9. the understanding of language output
  10. ability to read and write
  11. model of instruction that makes explicit what and why something is to be learned
  12. method of using real literature and writing in context of meaningful, functional, and cooperative experiences
  13. words to know to understand what you read
  14. educational and political battle about whether phonics emphasis or whole language emphasis is better for students to learn literacy
  15. the understanding of language input
  16. assessment that occurs more frequently, and provides students with feedback
  17. comprehension, writing, vocabulary, word structure, fluency, and motivation
  18. assessment that compares students level achievement to that of other students of the same age or grade
  19. emergent, beginning, transitional, intermediate, and skillful
  20. assessment that occurs at the end of a learning unit or grade level
Down
  1. purpose was to determine the effectiveness of the different approaches to reading
  2. abilities based on paper, pen, turning pages, and books on shelves in library
  3. assessment that is often administered in whole class or small group
  4. ability to understand and navigate digital environments, and use social media responsibly and effectively
  5. words used when writing
  6. broad term that includes phonemic awareness; involves activities with rhymes, words, syllables, and onsets and rimes
  7. ability to hear, identify, and manipulate the individual sounds in spoken words
  8. framework for writing instruction and practice in the classroom
  9. construction of meaning from text
  10. words to know to understand what you hear
  11. approach to teaching reading to small groups of children at the same stage of development
  12. approach that helps students develop a general knowledge of the English language
  13. assessment that provides comparisons between a student's performance and a predetermined standard
  14. fast, effortless word recognition that comes with a great deal of reading practice
  15. teacher lead activity that introduces vocabulary, provides a model of fluent, expressive reading

35 Clues: words used when writingwords used when speakingability to read and writesmallest part of spoken languageconstruction of meaning from textthe understanding of language inputthe understanding of language outputwords to know to understand what you hearwords to know to understand what you read...

LP 02 2022-08-04

LP 02 crossword puzzle
Across
  1. gênero argumentativo
  2. deve-se usar em todo o texto
  3. necessário para defender a tese
  4. substitui palavras
  5. propõe uma proposta de intervenção
  6. proposição sobre um tema
  7. fala-se mais despojado e livre
  8. deve ser defendida
  9. aquele que media um debate
  10. divisão de um texto
  11. aquilo que se debate
Down
  1. contextualiza o tema
  2. verbos na 3. pessoa
  3. manipulação de argumentos
  4. frente a frente
  5. parágrafos do corpo do texto
  6. contem fatos, dados, e defende uma tese
  7. é objetivo de um debate
  8. é um conector importante no texto

19 Clues: frente a frentesubstitui palavrasdeve ser defendidaverbos na 3. pessoadivisão de um textocontextualiza o temagênero argumentativoaquilo que se debateé objetivo de um debateproposição sobre um temamanipulação de argumentosaquele que media um debateparágrafos do corpo do textodeve-se usar em todo o textofala-se mais despojado e livre...

Purple Group 2020-11-11

Purple Group crossword puzzle
Across
  1. To give an order.
  2. Of a very high standard; excellent. (vocabulary word)
  3. To have a liking for.(vocabulary word)
  4. A dishonest or unfair person. (vocabulary word)
  5. Dogs like to eat this. (spelling word)
  6. You fly this on a windy day. (spelling word)
Down
  1. A person who weaves fabric. (vocabulary word)
  2. Unable to be seen. (vocabulary word)
  3. To look closely or carefully.
  4. This word means the opposite of subtract. (spelling word)
  5. Most babies are _____________. (spelling word)
  6. Everybody has this. It's what you call someone (spelling word)

12 Clues: To give an order.To look closely or carefully.Unable to be seen. (vocabulary word)To have a liking for.(vocabulary word)Dogs like to eat this. (spelling word)You fly this on a windy day. (spelling word)A person who weaves fabric. (vocabulary word)Most babies are _____________. (spelling word)A dishonest or unfair person. (vocabulary word)...

Douglas College TEST Terms 2017-06-28

Douglas College TEST Terms crossword puzzle
Across
  1. the form of the target vocabulary, including endings, grammar, etc.
  2. acting out the meaning
  3. getting students to give answers
  4. endings that change the part of speech of the vocabulary
  5. a group of words that are chosen to be taught in a particular lesson
  6. a word that has the same meaning
  7. authentic objects used for teaching
  8. visual representation made by the teacher while students are watching
Down
  1. how the target vocabulary is used in a sentence
  2. the meaning of vocabulary
  3. helping students to make the connections to what they already know
  4. any relevant pronunciation that needs to be taught
  5. things that students easily confuse with your target vocabulary

13 Clues: acting out the meaningthe meaning of vocabularygetting students to give answersa word that has the same meaningauthentic objects used for teachinghow the target vocabulary is used in a sentenceany relevant pronunciation that needs to be taughtendings that change the part of speech of the vocabulary...

"Seventh Grade" Crossword 2022-09-17

"Seventh Grade" Crossword crossword puzzle
Across
  1. This vocabulary word means slightly overweight.
  2. This vocabulary word means shy or bashful.
  3. The story takes place in this city in California.
  4. This vocabulary word means to shake.
  5. This is the part of the plot diagram where Teresa asks Victor to tutor her in French.
  6. The protagonist of the story
  7. This vocabulary word means to stay longer than necessary or to not want to leave.
  8. This term is when we learn about Victor's conflict and his first day of school events.
  9. Victor's best friend
Down
  1. "Stay true to yourself." is an example of this term.
  2. This term is highest point in the story where Mr. Bueller learns that Victor does not know French.
  3. This term happens when Victor bolts out of class after embarrassing himself by trying to speak French.
  4. This term is when we learn about the setting and character.
  5. Victor's crush
  6. This type situation is when Victor faces a challenge like saying he knows French.
  7. Victor's French teacher
  8. This vocabulary means at the same time.
  9. This is the part of the plot diagram where Victor runs to the library to get French books.

18 Clues: Victor's crushVictor's best friendVictor's French teacherThe protagonist of the storyThis vocabulary word means to shake.This vocabulary means at the same time.This vocabulary word means shy or bashful.This vocabulary word means slightly overweight.The story takes place in this city in California."Stay true to yourself." is an example of this term....