Cal State Fullerton Fall Invitational
2022 — NSDA Campus, CA/US
Thank you for attending the fall 2022 virtual tournament!
Link for Spar and Congress Awards:
Link for IE and Debate Awards:
The EventBrite is found below. IF your invoice, looks incorrect, please find Erika in the Debate Tabroom BEFORE paying. Your ticket should match with the invoice with Tabroom.com. I caught a few errors this morning and needed to assure that school fees were recording. Thank you. We encourage you to pay promptly, but the EventBrite is open through Wednesday, October 19. Please note that schools appear alphabetically.
Zoom Link for Judges and Tab:
Meeting ID: 879 1425 9556
Coaches of extemporaneous speakers:
The extemp prep room link is
Meeting ID: 853 8911 6653
Extemp questions will be provided for all speakers in this virtual Extemp Prep Room.
Please make sure extemp students go to the extemp prep room at the time of Extemp Draw on the schedule.
Students do need to make themselves known to the extemp proctor before leaving the room, but they do not need to stay in that room after receiving their assigned speaker questions.
The extemp proctor will post the questions into the chat window at the specified time.
Just a reminder if you have students in extemp who are also double entered in pattern A, to go to the extemp prep room at the start of prep, and make sure to prioritize performing their extemp first before their other event.
NOVICE/OPEN/MS PARLIAMENTARY Debate Schedule Sunday October 16, 2022
8:30 AM Elimination Round 1* (ALL DEBATE JUDGES NEEDED)
(8:30 AM announce time, 8:50 AM start time)
ASAP Elimination Round 2
ASAP Elimination Round 3
ASAP Elimination Round 4 (ONLY IF NEEDED)
ASAP Elimination Round 5 (ONLY IF NEEDED)
OPEN/NOVICE/MS LD/PUBLIC FORUM Debate Schedule Sunday October 16, 2022
8:30 AM Double or Octafinals* (ALL JUDGES NEEDED)
Pairings released at 8 AM
ASAP Octa or Quarterfinals
ASAP Quarters or Semifinals
ASAP Semis or Finals
Here’s the revised IE schedule for Sunday:
7:30 AM Extemp Draw
8:00-9:15 AM Round 1 – Pattern A
9:15-10:30 AM Round 1 – Pattern B
10:30 AM Extemp Draw
11:00-12:15 PM Round 2 – Pattern A
12:15-12:45 PM Break
12:45-2:00 PM Round 2 – Pattern B
2:00 PM Extemp Draw for finals
2:30-4:00 PM Round 3 or Finals for Pattern A; Semifinals for MS & Open Impromptu
4:00-5:30 PM Round 3 or Finals for Pattern B
ASAP Awards (zoom link to come)
Honor Codes (Nearly every participant should complete a form):
Chaperone Form (1 coach, director, or assigned parent chaperone. Must be an adult):
Judge Form (for all judges, must be 18 years or older to sign/judge):
Student Form (for all competitors; all students under the age of 18 requires the digital signature of a parent or guardian):
Judging Training Instructions
We encourage judges who are new to judging (or ones that would like a refresher) to view the following video from 2020 tournament’s virtual judge training (the run time is almost 90 minutes). However, there are explanations of every event so you can feel free to watch the events that are most relevant to you.
The video begins with general tab room/judging instructions and then is followed by debate event explanations. Explanations of judging the various Individual Events begins at about 48:40.***(see below for changes to IEs since this video)
Additional judge instructions will be made available for download on the Tournament’s main page (links are on the right side under “Tournament Pages & Forms”).
***There are a couple of changes to IEs since this training video:
1. Duo competitors can either compete with separate cameras OR be in the same room competing. Please do not let this affect your preference when judging, as their ability to compete in the same room might be limited due to COVID restrictions and they can't help that :)
2. If a competitor's connection cuts out, there's no 10-minute restriction on reconnecting--the guideline is 45 minutes from the start of the round, or if they can reasonably get their speech in before the round ends. If they still aren't reconnecting, judge the part you did watch of their speech.
As always, don't spend time helping the student reconnect--direct them to this homepage to go to the gmail or one of the zoom rooms for help so you can keep the round going. Do wait just a minute to see if they will pop back in but if they don't, move on to the next student, and once they come back, then let them finish their speech. Your priority is to make sure the round is running on time, and our priority is to make sure they get the help they need :)
Thanks to everyone who provided feedback through our survey.
The Fall 2022 CSUF Invitational will be online (NSDA). The invitation is now available.
This year, we will be offering a new event, SPAR debate, for the first time. We also are offering a $10 discount to any policy team entries.
If you would like to be hired as a judge or a member of our Congress virtual tabroom or have additional questions or suggestions, please email email@example.com. Also, complete the following form: https://forms.gle/hthGQiGn18HeAwdV7