|North Korea lecture
||[Nov. 8th, 2006|04:45 pm]
hullo kids. :) |
hope you "enjoyed" (i use the term loosely, okay?) our little North Korea lecture. we could've discussed more, but i'm hoping we've sacrificed quantity for comprehensiveness and depth. :p any more questions on the matter are welcome, just reply to this. let's keep the community active.
also, if anyone of you is bored (uh), and can perhaps make a digital rendition (even a .jpg file maybe? or on word/powerpoint) of the concept map, that'd be nice. i noticed some people got a little messed up while taking notes so that'd be a huge help to them too. :)
i'll be uploading friday's lecture's concept map tomorrow night. :) please download and print for class.
more importantly, notice that while we were concept-mapping, we more or less were forming ideas readily transformable to arguments. however, a word of caution: while matter creates a good groundwork for strong arguments, the way you handle the wide expanse of matter you have on any topic determines your efficacy as debaters. matter, to be effective, must be well-integrated into the analysis and not used tokenistically in argumentation.
the homework, again, is to casebuild for both gov and opp the motion: TH can live with a nuclear North Korea. will post my debate notes on this in a bit. :)