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What is the structure

Introduction
Body (2 main points)
Conclusion

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Time requirements for OO

10 minute maximum with a 30 second grace period

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Competition requirements OO

No more than 150 words quoted
No plagiarism
3x5" note card
Speech should be memorized

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4 parts of intro

- attention getter
- link to topic and significant statement
- state question and provide answer (thesis)
- forecast (preview main points)

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4 parts conclusion

- transition statement to conclusion
- summarize/review main points
- review of thesis
- tie back to attention getter

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Extemp speech
Prep time

30 min

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Extemp speech
Time requirement

7 min

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Extemp speech
Divisions

Domestic and foreign

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Extemp speech
Structure

Intro (state question and answer)
Transition statement
Point a
(Repeat)
Conclusion (repeat question and answer)

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Bill

A type of legislation that describes the details of how a policy would be enacted

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Resolution

An expression of conviction, or value belief of an assembly which may suggest further action by another decision making authority

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A bill will never answer

Why

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Resolution never establish enforcement. Why?

Lack the force of law

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In a resolution, you capitalize

WHEREAS and RESOLVED

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In a bill, you capitalize

SECTION

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Authorship speech is a maximum of __ minutes with an additional __ minutes

3 and 2

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Neg and Aff speeches are a maximum of __ minutes

3

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After debate gets one sided, a speech of ___ is advisable

Summation

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Listening and taking notes during speeches is called

Flowing

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Appealing the decision of the chair requires a ___ but there is no discussion

Second and a vote

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First words of bill:
First words of resolution:

Bill: be enacted
Resolution: whereas

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Rise to a question of privilege

To make a personal request during debate

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Appeal the decision of the chair

To reverse a decision

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Call for Roll call vote

To verify a voice vote

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To rescind

To repeal previous action

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To lay on the table

To defer action

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Previous question

To force an immediate vote

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To refer to a committee

For further study

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To postpone indefinitely

To suppress action

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Main motion

To introduce a business

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Competition requirements
Prose and poetry

- 7 min 30 sec grace period
-must read in black binder
- introduction
- share theme
- not memorized, but not read directly

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Dramatic interpretation

Dramatic in nature
Presentations must be memorized
No props or costumes
10 minute time period with intro

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Humorous interpretation

Humorous in nature
Same rules as DI

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Duet

Two person, either humorous or dramatic, each of the two performers may play one or more characters, 12 min time limit

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Structure of PF debate

1a, 1b, cf, 2a, 2b, cf, 1as, 1bs, gcf, 2as, 2bs

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Time for pf

4,4,3,4,4,3,2,2,3,2,2

Prep time 2 min

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Tow sides pf

Pro and con

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Winner if coin toss

Side of topic or order of speaker

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Requirements when introducing quotes

Author, news source, credentials, date

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Claim warrant impact

Claim- engine, drives argument forward, main point
Warrant- freight cart, carries evidence, support claim
Impact- caboose, consequences of action or idea, protects end of case

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UIL

University interscholastic league

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NSDA

National speech and debate association

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TFA

Texas forensic association

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TOC

Tournament of champions