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  • The Kennedy Presidential Debates

    Presidential debates have been and still are a major player to the Presidential elections. The debates have evolved from newspaper to radio to television and now to social media/ the internet. One of the most popular debates have been decided by the image presented by each president. Television made this task for presidents even harder because now they look good or they will pay the consequences. For example, in the 1960s the president took on the new evolution of the debates which was through the televised debates. This was a different experience and this made it clear who would make a better public image to the country. "The Kennedy-Nixon debates not only had a major impact on the election outcome, but ushered in a new era in which crafting…

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  • The Importance Of Sports Debate

    Sports debate is a hobby that I am most passionate for. A reason I am so fond of this hobby is because it includes two of my favorite things: sports and arguing. I constantly find myself tuning into ESPN to watch ESPN first take or Fox Sports to watch Undisputed. These two sports debate shows take up most of most mornings as I would sit watching the art of oration between two well prepared candidates. Unlike sports debate, writing papers was not one of my hobbies. In fact my mindset towards…

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  • Debate Speech Example

    MODERATOR, smiles: Good evening everyone and welcome to tonight’s debate streaming live from Shoreline Amphitheater outside Google headquarters. From all of us here in Mountain View, thanks for joining us. [to the camera] Tonight is the fourth and final presidential debate and voters’ last chance to see the candidates side-by-side before casting their ballots next Tuesday. Much could be determined in the next 90 minutes; so let’s get to it. [turns] To start things off, I’m going to ask that our…

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  • The Importance Of Debate Practices

    “Just copy what I say and you’ll win,” my coach said to me. This was a common catchphrase she would tell my partner and me at our speech and debate practices. No matter how much we would tell her that she is wrong, she would sternly reply to just follow what she said. When I started to stop copying what she said I learned to start thinking for myself and saying what I believe. This past summer I qualified to attend the national speech tournament by competing in a local district…

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  • Study Abroad Debate Essay

    Studying abroad is an opportunity that many college students wish to take part in during their college career. “Room for Debate” asks the question of if it is actually worth it. Is it worth the money? Is it enriching the students education? Should studying abroad be mandatory for students? All of these questions are ones that students parents most likely ask them selves before they are willing to dish out the tens of thousands of dollars that it costs to spend a semester or a year abroad.…

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  • The Vaccine Debate

    Individual Rights Vs. Public Health: The Vaccine Debate. The purpose of the author’s essay was to provide context for a debate between two opposing advocates for, and against mandatory vaccination. The author completed the task of identifying and clarifying the primary arguments of the two opposing sides, whether mandatory vaccines are an infringement of personal rights or if they are a necessity for public health. The author uses this essay to provide each of the proponents’ stances for each…

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  • Personal Reflection: The Influence Of A Debate Class

    Debate I have been involved in debate since 6th grade, before out middle school provided a debate class. Three of my friends and I were coached by elder sibling of a couple friends in the event of congress, which we were able to compete in via our UDL, which hosted middle school tournaments and gave us the resources to participate in the program. Midway through 7th grade, I began competing in the event of policy debate with a close friend, through which, for middle scholars, we reached a…

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  • Constructive Teaching In Action: A High School Classroom Debate

    7. Constructive Teaching in Action: A High School Classroom Debate The teacher during this virtual classroom observation, Sarabinh Levy-Brightman, used two different learning strategies in her classroom. First, she used whole-class and small group discussions. To do this, she would provide the whole-class with a question and then she would allow time for students to work on this question in smaller groups. Provide both whole-class and small groups in the classroom provide their own…

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  • Abortion Is A Moral Debate

    Abortion has long been a very controversial moral debate, which have yet to reach a definite conclusion. Being a common issue, abortion is a subject that many movies, and television series have tackled. In the chosen series, called The Hippocratic Crush, the characters are faced with the dilemma of abandoning a baby or keeping it. In the episode, the final decision made in the television series is to perform abortion. The morality of such act is justified to be right, through analyzing the…

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  • Abortion Is A Moral Debate Essay

    Abortion: The Great Moral Debate Who decides what is morally right and what is morally wrong? Morals and ethics vary depending on cultural norms and societal influence. Abortion is a moral debate that has been argued for decades and it shows no signs of resolution. Many people say abortion is the same as murder, others say women should be able to choose whether or not they want to bring a child into the world. There are strong opinions on both sides, many of them driven by political views and…

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