DEBATE: Activities

Warming up What does human dignity mean to you? Discuss. Complete worksheet 5. Complete worksheet 6. Complete worksheet 7. You have read about other people's arguments for and against more refugees in Europe. What are your own for and against arguments? Activities for general understanding Familiarize yourself with debating terms and with manner, matter and

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DEBATE: Thinking

Discuss European migration crisis from the viewpoint of a refugee, an asylum seeker and a migrant. What advice would you give to European leaders in connection with European migration crisis? Think about something you feel strongly about. Write a 220-260-word government speech to support your stance.  Now learn your speech by heart. Then improvise. Mind

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DEBATE: Reference Books and Web Sources

English Corner (n.d.) Writing a Counterargument and Refutation. Accessed 25 June 2020 <www.richlandcollege.edu/englishcorner> ESL Debates (2018) Using Socratic Questions in the ESL/TEFL Classroom. Accessed 25 June 2020  < https://www.esldebates.com/a-teachers-guide-the-basics-of-a-classroom-debate >. Krieger, D. (2005) Teaching Debate to ESL Students: A Six-Class Unit. The Internet TESL Journal, Vol. XI, No. 2, February 2005 Mcloughlin, A. (2019) 7

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