CBSR Open IE LD 2

2018 — Redlands East Valley, CA/US

Eva Chang Paradigm

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Soo Yeon Cho Paradigm

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Sajeed Chowdhury Paradigm

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Maggie Constantino Paradigm

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Dany Doueiri Paradigm

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ROSALIE FRANCHE PORAYOUW Paradigm

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Dean Gerstein Paradigm

Flowy debate judge. Values concise and orderly substantive clash (on warrants, links, and impacts), good time management, consistent strategy, effective use of cross ex, and signposting. Mostly tabula rasa but dings for gross fantasy and adds points for good argumentative use of accurate knowledge of real world. No speaks given for extensive use of debate jargon. Spreading fine as long as the diction is crystalline.

Carrie Guo Paradigm

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Erika Gutierrez Paradigm

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Angelica Gutierrez Paradigm

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Sophia Hartsch Paradigm

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Elaina Houchens Paradigm

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Meena Kaul Paradigm

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Hilda Kyle Paradigm

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BK Lee Paradigm

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Suzanne Miller Paradigm

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Stephanie Muravchik Paradigm

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Kevin Ngo Paradigm

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Thomas Nguyen Paradigm

I am a lay judge. I judged both speech and debate for a couple of years. Make sure to present your cases clearly and at a normal speaking rate. If I don’t understand your logic and evidence links then I can’t vote for you. Have a great debate.

Dean Nishimura Paradigm

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Yvonne Noronha Paradigm

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Shannon O' Connor Paradigm

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Richard Opp Paradigm

I'm an experienced parent judge with three years of experience judging Lincoln-Douglas, Public Forum, and Parli. I will be flowing your round.

When it comes to speed, I want a debater to be clear, concise, articulate, and speaking at a reasonable, understandable pace. I despise, with a passion, spreading and the arguments that often accompany that "rhetorical" style.

Arguments: Please be rational. Links to extinction devalue reasonable debate, if you use them, you lose. This same rule accompanies K-debates, theory debates, irrelevant phil debates, and most things "circuit debate."

If you're racist, sexist, homophobic, etc. you might as well not come to round.

All of this is to tell you what not to do because the pendulum of debate seems to be swinging towards this and away from critical thinking, rational thought, and deep and poignant philosophy. This next bit is what I actually enjoy to see in a debate.

Framework: I weigh philosophy heavily, especially if it's creative, relevant, and understandable.

Arguments: Not card heavy, statistics can be overbearing (use them sparingly but effectively) Logic sprinkled with facts to back it up.

CX: Be polite and effective.

Rebuttals: Act as though you are a surgeon, systematically explain and refute your opponent's thought process one clear step at a time. Be organized.

Have Fun!

Janejit Potikom Paradigm

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Susan Probst Paradigm

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Alberto Rivasplata Paradigm

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Stephanie Rivera Paradigm

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Adolfo Rumbos Paradigm

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Beeba Saluja Paradigm

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Monet Stewart Paradigm

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Ron Terry Paradigm

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Phyllis Ukatu Paradigm

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Leng Winkler Paradigm

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Angie Wood Paradigm

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