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ENG06 - ARGUMENTATION AND

DEBATE
PRESENTATION 1
PROF. ARJAN R. ESPIRITU

Prepare a 1 whole sheet of paper (yellow)

TARGET
Provide a profile to determine the needs of the students
on ENG06
Articulate ones thought on argumentation and debate
through an article
Plan for a group presentation for workshop1

Almighty God, creator of all things,


true source of light and wisdom,
origin of all being,
graciously let a ray of your light penetrate
the darkness of our understanding.
Give us a keen mind,
a retentive memory, and
the ability to grasp things
correctly and fundamentally.
Grant us the talent
of being exact in our explanations
and the ability to express ourselves
with thoroughness and charm.
Point out the beginning,
direct the progress,
and help in the completion.
We ask this through Christ our Lord.
Amen.

CROSSWISE
STUDENT NUMBER
Year Level / Section/ Course
SURNAME, Name
Complete Home Address
E-mail Address
Facebook name
Contact Number
Grade in ENG08- _______ Grade in ENG03- _______
WHAT IS A DEBATE?
HAVE YOU EXPERIENCED COMPETING IN A DEBATE? Yes/No
IF YES, DESCRIBE/NARRATE YOUR EXPERIENCE BRIEFLY
IF NO,

PRESENTATION SYMBOLS

This course for Legal Management students provides


the students principles and applications of
communications in general and persuasive speech in
particular. It covers the canons of rhetoric and some
central ideas of both classical and modern theory that aids
student with an approach to public speaking and develop
a rhetorical perspective.

MATTER
Matter refers to the raw material which you use to construct
your arguments - the facts or evidence upon which your case is
based. Matter includes such things as quotes, statistics, facts and
evidence that you may be able to put forward to prove or further
your own team case.

METHOD
Method is the structure or organization of your speech, and
how it fits into your team's case as a whole. There are three major
components of method: internal method, team method, and how
your speech reacts to the dynamics of the debate.

MANNER
Manner is the way in which you deliver your speech. It includes
everything that goes towards the presentation of your speech.

This course for Legal Management students provides


the students principles and applications of
communications in general and persuasive speech in
particular. It covers the canons of rhetoric and some
central ideas of both classical and modern theory that aids
student with an approach to public speaking and develop
a rhetorical perspective.

ARTICLE.
One should not underestimate the importance of delivery.
After all, speaking is what makes a speech distinctive
from other forms of communication. Audiences believe that
nonverbal impressions are more reliable indicators of
whether a speaker is being honest. To appreciate more fully the
importance of delivery, one should merely think about how often
one assesses others on the basis of how they look or behave.

One can develop such differences in meaning in writing, but


the typical way we develop meaning from the written word
is to actually hear the words spoken as we read--the writer
expects us to insert the appropriate inflections because the
writer knows that we will. Developing a repertoire of
similar techniques to convey meaning is the reason
one talks about delivery. This aspect of delivery is
developed more fully in the section on the differences
between oral and written communication.

Do not, however, assume that there is a "formula" for


effective delivery. The most effective speakers are ones that
use their natural gestures and idiosyncrasies to their best
advantage. Trying to mimic the delivery of others is selfdefeating: audiences will detect the unnaturalness of a
borrowed technique and assume that the speaker is not
being sincere. Delivery is a highly personal matter:

there is no standard form of delivery and


everyone should tailor his or her speech to
personal strengths and weaknesses.

WORKSHOP 1 REALLY?
Oral communication is also significantly richer than the
written language because of delivery. Speakers can use
more than words to convey meaning. Think about the
following examples:
I've just lost my job.(horror)
REALLY?
You need to get a new hair style.(annoyance)
REALLY?
Your work is quite good. (pleasure)
REALLY?
We'll finish on time. (disbelief)
REALLY?
I'm not looking forward to meeting him.(sarcasm) REALLY?

IN A NUTSHELL
Physically, Emotionally and Mentally open yourself to training

Coverage

Review of Public Speaking


Effective Listening
Group Communication
Persuasive and Argumentative Speaking
Foundations of Argumentation and Debate
Ethical Standards of Debate
Elements of an Argument
Proof and Support
DEBATE SKILLS: Manner, Matter and Method
Asian Parliamentary Debate

TASK
work in TRIADS
Choose (1) researcher (2) writer (3) speaker
SPEECH OF INTRODUCTION
1) Attention grabber
2) Greeting
3) Purpose of speech
4) Focus on the background, credentials, interests and goals
5) End by looking for a commonality among members
Speech should be good for 3-5 minutes

SEE YAH .