Public Forum, PF, or PoFo as some call it is the newest form of debate. This contemporary event features two teams of two battling it out over a resolution inspired by current issues and hot topics. With the Public Forum debate topic changing so often students are required to research,
This Debate Clash video is a brainstorming of the 2016 December Public Forum Resolution: Resolved: The United States should end Plan Colombia.
Video Transcript Hello I’m Nikko and welcome to another topic analysis from Debate Clash, we’re dedicated to providing forensics resources to every student that needs them. If you want to learn, you should have the ability to. In this video we’ll be
Lincoln Douglas is arguably the most dynamic debate event. With the judging pool ranging from soccer mom’s to technical debate legends there will always be a disagreement on the “correct” way to do things. The only variable that remains constant is the Lincoln Douglas debate format. Lincoln Douglas Debate Times
MILITARY The bigger the military(United States) the less chance of escalation. or faster de-escalation Increase hard hedge. preserve spot as hegemon wars will happen to become hegemon lots of extreme impacts from this show examples where a larger military would have helped resolve conflicts We need more military so that
MILITARY Increase in military -> increase in conflict More wars = more death Can lead to an arms race. Other countries could follow our example in increasing military to intervene. Could lead to more destabilized nations Lots of extreme impacts from here Intervention causes U.S. dependency Democratic movements are not
Policy debate is the most advanced and technical event that exists. This event is sometimes referred to as CX debate and has a topic that changes annually. A single topic each year sounds simple enough, but with the amount of technical jargon, organization, and speed reading required this event it
US Pressure will work: US pressure has lead Israel to make bolder moves. These moves push Palestine into a corner where they will be more willing to negotiate territory. US pressure has caused diplomatic relations between the two countries to improve drawing them closer to resolving their personal issues and
Two state solution Will Not Work: Neither side is willing to negotiate and give up concessions. Both sides have overlapping holy sites. There has been too much violence in the past, people will not just forget about it. Palestinians do not want a two state solution. Group in the Gaza
In this video coach Cindy Sidwell goes over exactly what you will be seeing when you get to your Public Forum Debate round. Sidwell address the coin flip, how flighted rounds work, how to fill out your PF ballot, what to expect from the students, and much more.