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ERIC Number: ED427369
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1997
Pages: 224
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National Developmental Conference on Individual Events Addressing Individual Events, NFA Lincoln-Douglas Debate, and NPDA Parliamentary Debate Conference Proceedings (3rd, Houston, Texas, August 13-16, 1997).
Whitney, Shawnlee A., Ed.
This proceedings presents 19 papers delivered a National Developmental Conference on Individual Events, addressing individual events, Lincoln-Douglas debate, and parliamentary debate. After presenting the conference schedule, the list of attendees, and resolutions, papers in the proceedings are: "The Ghostwriter, The Laissez-Faire Coach, and the Forensic Professional: Negotiating the Overcoaching vs. Undercoaching Dilemma in Original Contest Speeches" (James J. Kimble); "Professionalism and Forensics: A Matter of Choice" (Larry Schnoor and Bryant K. Alexander); "Creating Space for the Physically Challenged Competitor in Individual Events" (David L. Kosloski); "Creating an Individual Events Judging Philosophy" (Jeff Przybylo); "Challenging the Conventions of Oral Interpretation" (Chris S. Aspdal); "Returning to Our Roots: A New Direction for Oral Interpretation" (Trischa Knapp); "Developing Functional Standards as a means to Greater Accessibility in NFA-LD" (John M. Devine); "Maintaining the Status Quo: Recommendations for Preserving Public Argument in Parliamentary Debate" (Steven L. Johnson); "Forensics Fellows: Integrating Faculty Participation into Intercollegiate Parliamentary Debate Programs" (Lewis E. Rutledge); "Presumption in Parliamentary Debate: Examining Whately's Ideas and Their Application to an Emerging and Evolving Debate Style" (Tammy Duvanel Unruh); "Forensics Education and Tournament Management" (Joel Hefling); "Equal Opportunity?: The Impact of Specialized Tournaments on Forensics Pedagogy, Forensics Professionals, and the Forensic Laboratory" (Scott Jensen); "Judge Agreement and Student Rotation: A Real-Life Study of the 1990 DSR-TKA National Forensics Tournament" (Vicki L. Karns); "AFA-NIET: The Culture of Qualifying and Its Effects on Forensics" (Daniel A. West); "Teaching and Coaching Individuals: The Use of Learning Styles in Forensics Coaching" (Thomas Bartl); "Solving for a Healthy Future: Creating National Standards for Training Future Directors of Forensics" (Thomas A. Workman); "New Directions for Public Speaking: The Perfect Pendulum Swings" (M'Liss S. Hindman); "Fisher's Narrative Paradigm Theory: A Model for Differentiating After Dinner Speaking from Informative and Persuasive Speaking" (C. Thomas Preston, Jr.); and "If It's Problem-Cause-Solution This Must Be Persuasive Speaking: Are We Short-changing the Art of Persuasion?" (Shawnalee A. Whitney). (RS)
Publication Type: Collected Works - Proceedings
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Language: English
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