anonymous
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Which of the following is NOT a form of formal debate? A. an argument B. policy debate C. parliamentary debate D. Lincoln-Douglass debate
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anonymous
  • anonymous
Which are the three phases of the policy debate, in order? A. constructive, cross-examination, rebuttal B. constructive, rebuttal, cross-examination C. cross examination, rebuttal, constructive D. rebuttal, constructive, cross-examination
anonymous
  • anonymous
Which type of communication style is the person in the following passage using? The person with whom you are having a conversation sits with his shoulders slouched. He's not making much eye contact with you nor does he offer his opinion. His response to your questions is, "I don't know. We can just do what you want to do." A. honest B. passive C. assertive D. aggressive
beccaboo333
  • beccaboo333
one question at a time

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beccaboo333
  • beccaboo333
for the first one.. an argument isnt really a formal debate
anonymous
  • anonymous
When offering a counterargument, what are the two ways you learned to challenge the opposing side’s argument? A. use research B. “smile” and “nod” C. “agree” and “disagree” D. “acknowledge but exceed” and “discredit”
anonymous
  • anonymous
Read the following passage below and answer the question that follows. While working at an ice cream shop for the summer, Paulina had to attend employee meetings. During her first meeting, her boss made the following remarks to the staff: “You guys are really messy. Every morning when I open the store, the floor is dirty, the counters need to be wiped, and the dishwasher hasn’t been emptied.” Paulina attempted to offer an explanation: “Mr. Smithers, I—” Mr. Smithers talked over Paulina: “I don’t care what you have to say. We’ll review the closing procedures again today. If you people mess it up again, we’ll need to reconsider your employment here.” Which type of communication style does Mr. Smithers use? A. honest B. passive C. assertive D. aggressive
JakeTylerBarreto
  • JakeTylerBarreto
For the first question, an ''argument'' is not fit as formal, and as of the second one it would be D. :)
beccaboo333
  • beccaboo333
whatever happened to one question at a time?
beccaboo333
  • beccaboo333
i think the third one is passive.. but im not fully sure. what do you think @JakeTylerBarreto
anonymous
  • anonymous
lol sorry
beccaboo333
  • beccaboo333
i think agree and disagree for the question asked after that.
JakeTylerBarreto
  • JakeTylerBarreto
I completely agree! @beccaboo333, ''For the summer'' as well as ''had to'' signal that it is passive.
beccaboo333
  • beccaboo333
i think the last one is aggressive, yet assertive. not entirely sure
beccaboo333
  • beccaboo333
what do you think @JakeTylerBarreto
anonymous
  • anonymous
Read the passage below and answer the question that follows. Cell phone use while driving should be banned in all US states. Which debate component is the above statement? A. rebuttal B. resolution C. constructive D. cross-examination
beccaboo333
  • beccaboo333
waffles
JakeTylerBarreto
  • JakeTylerBarreto
I am going to have to go with B, although I am not entirely sure.
beccaboo333
  • beccaboo333
constructive for the question just asked
JakeTylerBarreto
  • JakeTylerBarreto
Really?
beccaboo333
  • beccaboo333
yeah i know weird but it is constructive
JakeTylerBarreto
  • JakeTylerBarreto
I was just out-smarted in my strongest subject, my brain is quite dilapidated at the moment, must be all of my lackadaisical behavior. xD
beccaboo333
  • beccaboo333
its okay haha. english, bio, and history are my main subjects im good in. any other questions?@RobertoTB
anonymous
  • anonymous
Read the passage below and answer the question that follows. A group of doctors is attending a conference about the latest research findings on nutrition, exercise, and healthy living. Which of the following questions should you definitely consider in order to connect with this audience? A. What is their religion? B. What is their political leaning? C. Are they interested in charity work? D. What method of appeal—emotion or reason—will best appeal to this group?
beccaboo333
  • beccaboo333
HOW MANY MORE?!
anonymous
  • anonymous
lol like 3 more
beccaboo333
  • beccaboo333
-_- okay
beccaboo333
  • beccaboo333
D cause you kinda wanna appeal people
anonymous
  • anonymous
Read the passage below and answer the question that follows. While working at an ice cream shop for the summer, Paulina had to attend employee meetings. During her first meeting, her boss made the following remarks to the staff: "You guys are really messy. Every morning when I open the store, the floor is dirty, the counters need to be wiped, and the dishwasher hasn't been emptied." Paulina attempted to offer an explanation: "Mr. Smithers, I—" Mr. Smithers talked over Paulina: "I don't care what you have to say. We'll review the closing procedures again today. If you people mess it up again, we'll need to reconsider your employment here." Which of the following choices shows an assertive response that Mr. Smithers could have used when talking to Paulina? A. Mr. Smithers stormed out of the meeting and decided to close the shop forever. B. Mr. Smithers allowed Paulina to yell at him and then said to her, "We can do whatever you want to do." C. Mr. Smithers talked over Paulina: "I don't care what you have to say. We'll review the closing procedures again today. If you people mess it up again, we'll need to reconsider your employment here." D. Mr. Smithers allowed Paulina to finish her explanation before he said, "Thank you, Paulina, for your explanation. Perhaps we can all discuss a better way to close the shop so that it's not as time-consuming yet still neat. What are your ideas?"
beccaboo333
  • beccaboo333
you should try answering the last few you have yourself.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Which are the three phases of the policy debate, in order? A. constructive, cross-examination, rebuttal B. constructive, rebuttal, cross-examination C. cross examination, rebuttal, constructive D. rebuttal, constructive, cross-examination

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