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Instructional DVD Series - Vol. 1
Instructional DVD Series - Vol. 1


 
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The National Forensic Library. This volume includes the following DVDs

CX 101. Developing the Negative Position in Policy Debate Cross Examination
Instructor: Diana Prentice Carlin, University of Kansas
Addresses several key points in The Negative Position: reasons for use,
ways to construct, how to use in a round, and risks involved. (Length 53:00)

CX 102. Constructing Affirmative Positions
Instructor: Greg Varley, Lakeland High School, NY
Winning suggestions for novice debaters in the basics of affirmative case
construction by exploring these two issues: evaluation of the resolution
and building a successful affirmative case. (Length 45:00)

CX 103. Both topics arrive on one disc. (Length 61:00)
A. Speaker Duties: The Conventions of Debate
Instructor: Bill Davis, Blue Valley High School, KS
For novice debaters: outlines the responsibilities of each speaker from
1AC to 2NR and the only three rules of debate.
B. Stock Issues in Policy Debate
Instructor: Glenda Ferguson, Heritage Hall School, OK
For novice debaters: gives background and applications of significance,
inherency, solvency, and topicality.

CX 104. Cross Examination – Theory and Techniques
Instructor: Dr. George Ziegelmueller, Wayne State University, MI
An in-depth study of the finer points of cross examination: asking factual
questions, using directed questions of clarification, using questions based
on tests of evidence, reasoning, and preparing stock questions. (Length 48:00)

CX 105. Advocacy – How to Improve Your Communication in the Context of Debate
Instructor: Dr. George Ziegelmueller, Wayne State University, MI
Recommendations for improving your speaking style. (Length 56:00)

CX 106. “Unger and Company,” Chapter 1
Moderator: Dr. James Unger, Georgetown University, Washington, D.C.
Top collegiate debate coaches “debate about debate” in a McLaughlin
group format. Topics include experts in debate, topicality, judging, and
impact evaluation. (Length 60:00)

LD 101. Debating Affirmative in Lincoln-Douglas Debate
Instructor: Pat Bailey, Homewood High School, AL
Instructor: Marilee Dukes, Vestavia Hills High School, AL
Topics include designing affirmative strategy: considering the type of
resolution, introductions and conclusions, establishing a value premise,
rules for justifications, and duties of 1AR and 2AR. (Length 56:00)

LD 102. Debating Negative in Lincoln-Douglas Debate
Instructor: Pat Bailey, Homewood High School, AL
Instructor: Marilee Dukes, Vestavia Hills High School, AL
Topics include organizing the negative constructive, strategies, and rules
governing the negative rebuttal. (Length 58:00)

LD 103. Cross Examination in Lincoln-Douglas Debate
Instructor: Aaron Timmons, Newman-Smith High School, TX
Tips in conducting successful cross examination with student
demonstrations and critique. (Length 48:00)

LD 104. What are Values? And Applying Value Standards to Lincoln-Douglas Debate
Instructor: Dale McCall, Wellington High School, FL
Detailed examination of value standards as they apply to Lincoln-Douglas
Debate. (Length 52:00)

INT 101. An Overview of Interpretation and the Qualities of anEffective Selection
Instructor: Ron Krikac, Bradley University, IL
Issues explored are definitions of interpretation and discussion of the
characteristics of a winning national cutting. (Length 49:00)

INT 102. Script Analysis
Instructor: Ron Krikac, Bradley University, IL
Script analysis including reading aloud, finding details, determining
specific relationships, and creating a sub-text. Many helpful suggestions
and illustrations. (Length 35:00)

OO 101. Coaching Original Oratory: A Roundtable Discussion 1
Moderator: Donovan Cummings, Edison High School, CA
Five outstanding coaches discuss various Oratory strategies: appropriate
topics, use of humor, involvement of the coach, and reliance on personal
experience. (Length 49:45)

OO 102. Coaching Original Oratory: A Roundtable Discussion 2
Moderator: Donovan Cummings, Edison High School, CA
Five outstanding coaches discuss delivery techniques and strategies:
importance of delivery, coaching delivery and gestures, and improvement
of diction. (Length 35:00)

OO 103. Oratory Overview
Instructor: L.D. Naegelin, San Antonio, TX
Examines elements in winning orations that listeners and judges want to
hear and see. Based on empirical data, an excellent look at judge analysis.
(Length 85:00)

OO 104. Orator Introductions and Conclusions
Instructor: L.D. Naegelin, San Antonio, TX
A continuation of OO 103. By understanding judge and listener analysis,
speakers can use information to create winning intros and conclusions. (Length 59:25)

OO 105. Oratory Content
Instructor: L.D. Naegelin, San Antonio, TX
From examples of national competition, tips on how to support ideas
successfully in Oratory with humor, personal example, analogy, etc. (Length 56:20)

EXT 101. Issues in Extemp: A Roundtable Discussion 1
Moderator: Randy McCutcheon, Albuquerque Academy, NM
Outstanding Extemp coaches discuss getting students involved in Extemp,
organizing an Extemp file, using note cards, and applying successful
practice techniques. (Length 43:00)

EXT 102. Issues in Extemp: A Roundtable Discussion 2
Moderator: Randy McCutcheon, Albuquerque Academy, NM
A continuation of EXT 101. Topics covered include organizing the speech
body, use of sources, humor, and use of canned or generic introductions. (Length 48:00)

EXT 103. Championship Extemp: Part 1 – U.S. Extemp
Moderator: Randy McCutcheon, Albuquerque Academy, NM
A critique of two U.S. Extemp national finalists by a roundtable of
outstanding Extemp coaches. (Length 41:00)

EXT 104. Championship Extemp: Part 2 – Foreign Extemp
Moderator: Randy McCutcheon, Albuquerque Academy, NM
A critique of two Foreign Extemp national finalists by a roundtable of
outstanding Extemp coaches. (Length 41:00)

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