Jack Howe Memorial Tournament
2021 — NSDA Campus, CA/US
World School Debate
Thank you for participating in World Schools Debate at the Jack Howe Invitational. This event will be held as a supplemental event starting Sunday at 1:00 pm. There will be 3 preliminary rounds followed by a final round. The preliminary rounds will use prepared motions and the final round will use an impromptu motion. Round 1 and 2 will have the same topic and have teams debate both sides of the resolution between the 2 rounds. The tournament will follow NSDA World Schools Debate Rules and Regulations. (https://www.speechanddebate.org/wp-content/uploads/USWSDI-Manual-2018-2019.pdf ) Teams will require 3 to 5 participants from the same institution. Teams should register their World Schools debate teams on Tabroom.com prior to the beginning of the tournament. Teams will be able to re register the specific individuals participating on their school’s World Schools debate teams once debate breaks are announced on Sunday. Specific World Schools Debate related questions can be directed to email@example.com .
All the best,
Round 1:This House believes predictive policing is unjust.
Round 2:This House believes predictive policing is unjust. (Flip sides)
Round 3: This House would prioritize environmental protection over economic growth
USA World School Debate Invitational Manual/ Debate Rules/Procedures/ Protocols: https://www.speechanddebate.org/wp-content/uploads/USWSDI-Manual-2018-2019.pdf
World Schools Debate Instructional Video: https://www.speechanddebate.org/introduction-to-world-schools-debate/
Introduction to World Schools Debate Format: http://www.esu.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/01/Introduction-to-World-Schools-format-guide.pdf
World Schools Debate Sample Case: http://www.mpsaz.org/mtnview/staff/mmhowellhaym/honors9eng/debate/files/-userdocs-publicdocs-wsd-samplecase-thwnegwter_1.pdf