(3) 2014 Debate topic Introduction

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BATTLE POINT Boys v Girls Battle Point No. 1 Music v Sport School v No school Go karting v Paintballing Battle Point No. 2 Battle Point No. 3 Battle Point No. 4 Xbox v PS3 Battle Point No. 5 School trip v Non uniform day Parents v Grandparents Cancer research v Help for heroes Battle Point No. 6 Battle Point No. 7 Battle Point No. 8

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Citizenship Debating Assessment Learning Objectives; ALL – Explain what techniques are most effective in an oral debate MOST- Will appreciate that debating skills are very different to writing skills writ SOME- Will have an appreciation of how to effectively participate in a persuasive and informative engaging debate

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power up! speak up! Year 9 – Citizenship Debate Assessment

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Good Debating Techniques Clear preparation Lots of research done on the issue. The way you come across Construction of your debate Confidence when talking Content of what you say What else will make you perform better in a debate?

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Year 9 – Second Citizenship Assessment DEBATE Teams of 4 People (3 minimum) Ensure you record which role you performed in each debate. Must perform at least two How to gain a top level

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Research and work out who might be against you or support your team in the debate. Complete this at the end of each debate. Summarise where you got your research from and some important facts/quotes and opinions you have found.

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Another member of the class will evaluate your performance two things you did well one thing that could have been better. Prepare a list of arguments/points you wish to make during the debate to support your teams viewpoint. Tally how many points you make, rebuttal given and total team tokens. Write down the feedback from the teacher.

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Ensure for each debate you have filled out this page as much as possible.

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9 UNITED NATIONS - SYRIA DEBATE IRAN RUSSIA SYRIA IRAQ USA United Kingdom FRANCE OPTION 1 We believe that no country should intervene and the world should let Syria sort itself out. OPTION 2 We believe the United Nations should support the Syrian rebels until Assad is killed or agrees to give up. OPTION 3 We believe Assad must give up and therefore we must invade Syria and get rid of him by force. ISRAEL

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Rich & Wealthy 10 LONDON RIOTS DEBATE PARENTS TEENAGERS GOVERNMENT TEACHERS SOCIAL MEDIA POLICE GANG CULTURE LONDON RIOTS DEBATE TOPICS Meeting agenda 1)What caused the riots of 2011 and who is to blame? 2)How do we stop young people engaging in criminal activities? And ensure they have positive role models? 3)How can we ensure young people feel engaged in their local communities? 4)What can we do to prevent the ‘ London Riots ’ from ever happening again? Safer Community Team No. 1 Safer Community Team No. 2 Safer Community Team No. 3 Safer Community Team No. 4 Safer Community Team No. 5 Safer Community Team No. 6 Safer Community Team No. 7 Safer Community Team No. 8

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11 Enfield Dispersal Zone PARENTS TEENAGERS Local police Local business owners The elderly Enfield Council Teachers Enfield Dispersal Zone Debate Topics Meeting agenda 1)What has the dispersal Zone been put in place? 2 )IS the dispersal zone unfair on young people? (Affecting their Human Rights?) 3)How can we ensure young people feel engaged in their local communities? 4 )Should the dispersal zone stay until it expires, be extended for another 6 months or be removed immediately. Dispersal Zone Team No. 1 Dispersal Zone Team No. 2 Dispersal Zone Team No. 3 Dispersal Zone Team No. 4 Dispersal Zone Team No. 5 Dispersal Zone Team No. 6 Dispersal Zone Team No. 7 Against In the middle For

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This is what you will be assessed on throughout all three debates

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Use these to help you improve your next assessment score.   Level 4 Student uses at least one source of information. Research sheet contains some limited points and research. Can explain their own opinion about the topic. Contributes in some way to the debate. Level 5 Student uses different sources of information for research. Research sheet is of adequate quality. Give convincing reasons for their opinion during the debate. Acknowledges other views on the topic. Level 6 Student interprets different sources of information for research. Research sheet is of good quality, in both research and convincing points to be made. Makes very persuasive points during the debate, giving strong reasons for their views, with facts and examples to back these points up. Acknowledges other opinions on the matter, but is able to challenge these views directly. Level 7 Student uses a range of research strategies and sources of information with confidence. Research sheet is of excellent quality, and is very convincing in arguing the opinion of the student. Student uses excellent debating techniques, speaking with confidence, using facts and examples to illustrate these points. Successfully challenges other opinions on the subject, while still recognising that these views are valid. Level 8 As for Level 7, but arguments made are both original and perceptive, involving detailed research. How to get a high level in the debate assessment

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TEAM TALK TIME TASKS Decide who is proposition and opposition (For and Against) Mind map some basic arguments for either side Make a list of things you will need to research. Look at and familiarise yourself with the Assessment criteria Start to plan and write up your opening point.

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PREMIERSHIP PLENARY FOOTBALL Six skills needed for an effective debate Which part of the lesson challenged you the most? Learning Objectives; ALL – Explain what techniques are most effective in an oral debate MOST- Will appreciate that debating skills are very different to writing skills writ SOME- Will have an appreciation of how to effectively participate in a persuasive and informative engaging debate

“You should always stand up for what you believe in”:

“ You should always stand up for what you believe in ” AGREE DISAGREE NOT SURE TITLE: Debating Assessment DATE ____ January 2012 TASK: You must write a paragraph in response to the above statement POINT: I believe you should/ should not always stand up for what you believe in because… EVIDENCE: This is demonstrated by….. Another example of this is ……. OTHER: However, some people may think……. Because…… CONCLUSION: Therefore I have come to the conclusion that….. Protest, campaign, nuisance, conflict, compromise, free speech, belief, morals, risk, danger. Extension: Highlight your point, evidence, other, conclusion. Correct three spelling mistakes in your book Ensure your conclusion is fully reasoned and explained Help out the person either side of you

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LONDON RIOTS DEBATE TOPICS Meeting agenda 1)What caused the riots of 2011 and who is to blame? 2)How do we stop young people engaging in criminal activities? And ensure they have positive role models? 3)How can we ensure young people feel engaged in their local communities? 4)What can we do to prevent the ‘ London Riots ’ from ever happening again? Enfield Dispersal Zone Debate Topics Meeting agenda 1)What has the dispersal Zone been put in place? 2 )IS the dispersal zone unfair on young people? (Affecting their Human Rights?) 3)How can we ensure young people feel engaged in their local communities? 4 )Should the dispersal zone stay until it expires, be extended for another 6 months or be removed immediately. Syria DEBATE TOPICS Meeting agenda 1 )Should the United Nations Intervene in Syria? 2 )How can we prevent the situation from getting worse? 3)How can we ensure situation like this never happens again 4 )Is it right for one country to intervene in another country problems? YEAR 9 DEBATE ASSESSMENT PREPERATION SHEET Debate Topic Team Name Team role performed e.g. Role A/B/C Syria London Riots Enfield Dispersal Zone Homework Success checklist Completed 1 You have researched extra information and statistics about the problems and issues 2 You have prepared a short speech about what your team believes 3 Prepare arguments, a flag, mask, name plaque or poster to represent your teams views, 4 If you want you can dress up as something representing your team, make a hat, robe, badges, banners etc..

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