Debating can be broken down into key skills which you can practise and improve. Here are those skills, explained for you simply and clearly.
How can summing up your case in a phrase help you?
Should debaters focus on immediate issues, or on longer term impacts?
Which is more important: what you say, or how you say it?
What do you do when bad things come out of something good?
Every second counts in a debate. How should you make the most of the time you have?
How much should you consider the practical problems associated with a motion?
What are the key techniques that will make your speech more effective?
How should you use cost-benefit analysis in debating?
Keeping a notebook (or three) dedicated to debating will give you an extra edge.
What is the burden of proof? How can you use it your advantage?
How you can use numbers to make your case stronger.
Should you do what is right, or what works? Both approaches can support an effective debating case.
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