You are doing a debate in your 8th grade civics class and have to agree on having school uniforms What are 2 questions that you could ask the person who is against uniforms?
You could ask the person "Why can't you understand that using uniforms can make those who are outasts feel unified with others who reject them? If there are some who oppose unity because they want to stand out, tht should be shown by their interesting personality and character, not their clothing and money or whatever material things."
Well even know that is true, it dose not really answer the question :(
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That depends on what kind of debate. Informal debate: ask questions that help you understand. Ask questions about things that are confusing. Formal debate: always ask where the money is coming from and how much it will cost. Ask questions that make the other team look stupid and set up your arguments for you to bring up in a later speech.
The segment of the debate that should crystallize the debate into several key arguments against the resolution is called an?
I do, but then I love to debate. Some people don't and when their faith is questioned it makes them angry because they don't feel they have to defend themselves or are not prepared to defend themselves. It is better ask questions of faith to someone who is knowledgable and prepared to answer them. If you are looking for a debate, then make sure you find someone who wants to debate, or it is just…
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From my understanding when you use debate as a verb it acts on the subject that will be debated, not the person who you are engaging in conversation with. For example if someone says "Linda is going to debate Bob" the actually meaning is that Linda's subject matter for her debate is Bob. People mistakenly use a sentence like that to mean Linda is going to debate an issue against her opponent Bob.