Are we already behind? Lecture 1:  What is debate?

Are we already behind? Lecture 1: What is debate?

No, we’re aren’t behind yet.  Due to the blizzard, we’re all stuck at home, so I’m going to give you a link to the lecture and a couple of assignments.

 

LECTURE LINK

 

I will be online at 11 a.m. on Monday, January 21, 2019, to answer any questions you have.  This does NOT replace watching the lecture.

You may have to download some software to run this.  Please wear headphones with a microphone.  Earbuds are ok for this session.

If you can’t download the software, you may call in using the RED phone number on your smartphone or the BLUE number with the access code from your landline.

Either option is fine.

Kim Krajci is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.

Topic: My Meeting
Time: Jan 21, 2019 11:00 AM Eastern Time (US and Canada)

Join Zoom Meeting
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The maximum time for this conference call is 40 minutes.  If we’re still talking at that point, we may be cut off.  Send me additional questions via email at speechteacher.kim.kraj@gmail.com.

 

Assignments

  1.  Read the Welcome to Debate post.  Go to this quiz to answer questions about it.
  2.  Get two pieces of paper, a pen or pencil, one piece of tape.   Go to this lecture by C.S. Lewis.  Tape one piece of paper over your monitor so you cannot see the video.  Lift the piece of paper so you can hit play.  Replace the paper.  Using the 2nd piece of paper, make an outline of Lewis’ speech by hand, not on a computer.  It’s 20 minutes long. Take a picture of your outline and post it here in the google drive.  Rename it with your name so I know who to badger.  (Rename by highlighting your file, use the right-click and select RENAME.) Deadline:  Friday, January 25, at 5 p.m.

It’s important NOT to watch this video while taking notes and making your outline.  The video will distract you.  You can watch it later.