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ERIC Number: ED072503
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1972-Nov
Pages: 7
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A Multi-Dimensional Evaluation Procedure for Intercollegiate Debate.
Healy, John L.
The author presents a tested method for the judging of intercollegiate debate rounds. The procedure utilizes three types of judges for each round: the forensics expert, the non-forensics layman, and a student participant. Their decisions would be entered immediately on a debate evaluation grid. The tournament schedule would provide time at the end of each round for the panel of judges to discuss their decisions with the participants. The author sees the advantages of the procedure as, first, broadening and complementing the existing standard practices, and second, providing immediate feedback to the debaters rather than giving them comments after a considerable delay. (Author/RN)
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