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kevin kuswa
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« on: October 07, 2010, 07:26:07 AM »

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Novice Teach-In Classes (Draft 1), 2010 Spider

Time:  A few minutes after the start of round four, Saturday night.  Rooms: To be announced
 
We're excited about the teach-in this year.  All the courses will be about the length of one debate, giving students the chance to get to know each other and the instructor a little better.  There should also be plenty of time for general discussion, Q&A about any aspect of debate, and of course some good lessons from excellent teachers on a variety of subjects.
 
Matt Brigham: "Merging scholarship, rhetoric, and argument: Communication and Debate--Or, how to Improve Speaker Points and Have Fun in the Process."
 
Flemming Schneider Rhode:  "Constructing the Immigrant"
 
Nick Sciullo:  "Sí, se puede: An Introduction to LatCrit"
 
Vik Keenan: "The Topic: ABC's and H, E, T's of Visas"
 
Paul Mabrey: "Kritiks and Kritiking: Be there or be square."
 
Joe Packer: "Question: Is this lecture about cross examination a worthwhile use of my time?
Answer: Probably."
 
Nick Ryan:  "Flowing:  Go with the Flow and Win."

plus one or two others...
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kevin kuswa
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« Reply #1 on: October 09, 2010, 11:39:56 AM »

Novice Teach-In Classes, 2010 Spider

Novices:  Pick a class below and head to the room by the start of round 4.

Time:  A few minutes after the start of round four, Saturday night.
 
We're excited about the teach-in this year.  All the courses will be about the length of one debate, giving students the chance to get to know each other and the instructor a little better.  There should also be plenty of time for general discussion, Q&A about any aspect of debate, and of course some good lessons from excellent teachers on a variety of subjects.

 
Weinstein 221:  Matt Brigham:
"Merging scholarship, rhetoric, and argument: Communication and Debate--Or, how to Improve Speaker Points and Have Fun in the Process."
 
Weinstein 209: 
Flemming Schneider Rhode:  "Constructing the Immigrant"
 
Weinstein 314: 
Nick Sciullo:  "Sí, se puede: An Introduction to LatCrit"
 
Weinstein 307:   
Vik Keenan: "The Topic: ABC's and H, E, T's of Visas"

Weinstein 306:
Paul Mabrey: "Kritiks and Kritiking: Be there or be square."
 
Weinstein 304:
Joe Packer: "Question: Is this lecture about cross examination a worthwhile use of my time?
Answer: Probably."
 
Weinstein 305:
Nick Ryan:  "Flowing:  Go with the Flow and Win."
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