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Debate Encourages Effective Speech Composition and Delivery. Because composition and delivery of the debate speech are among the factors that determine the effectiveness of arguments, debaters need to select, arrange, and present their materials in keeping with the best principles of public speaking. Debating places a premium on extemporaneous delivery, requiring speakers to think on their feet. Typically debaters will speak before many different audiences: a single judge in the preliminary round of a tournament, a group of businesspeople at a service club, or a radio or TV audience.
Although not all these values are unique to debate, a successful academic debate program is an important means of attaining them. Indeed, for many students it is the best, and sometimes the only, means of obtaining the benefits outlined here. 1. Debate Provides Preparation for Effective Participation in a Democratic Society. Debate is an inherent condition of a democratic society. Our Constitution provides for freedom of speech. Our legislatures, our courts, and most of our private organizations conduct their business through the medium of debate.
3. 10. Kent R. Colbert, “The Effects of CEDA and NDT Debate Training on Critical Thinking Ability,” Journal of the American Forensic Association, vol. 21 (1987), pp. 194–201. 11. A. Craig Baird, “General Education and the Course in Argumentation,” The Gavel, vol. 38, p. 59. II. ACADEMIC DEBATE 31 issue to be debated. The extent to which debate motivates students to undertake purposeful inquiry into significant contemporary problems, to apply the principles of critical thinking to those problems, and to integrate the knowledge acquired from various disciplines is suggested by a former college debater: In my four years of college debating, we worked on such vital realworld topics as aid for international development, the Constitutional right of privacy, trade policies on the Pacific Rim, and federal energy policies.
Argumentation and debate : critical thinking for reasoned decision making by Austin J. Freeley