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Scottish EUDC Launches Training Website

Scottish EUDC Launches Training Website It is not uncommon for major tournaments to host training programmes, as Duncan Crowe, one of the main organizers of the Scottish EUDC training series, puts it. However, the effort invested in the Scottish EUDC training series has been exceptional in length and extent. Instead of being a selected set of workshops delivered directly prior to the competition, this training series has involved the production and distribution of new, live training content directly to societies across Europe. The launch of the Scottish EUDC Training Platform marks the introduction of a new pillar to the international debate education. ...
Nov 29th, 2017 | By | Category: [:de]International[:en]international[:], Jurieren, Mittwochs-Feature, Rezension, Turniere | Comments Off on Scottish EUDC Launches Training Website

Daniel’ reviews: “What Every Body Is Saying”

Quelle: wikipedia.comEx-FBI agent Joe Navarro specialized in the area of nonverbal communication or body language. He is the author of the book "What Every Body Is Saying". Daniel Sommer,  a veteran on the German debating circuit, penned a review on the book. The review is not available in English, we are very sorry to say so. Please read the Germen version of the article or - if you do not speak this beautiful language - read the book itself instead. glx / apf
Feb 24th, 2011 | By | Category: Rezension | Mit einem Kommentar

Daniel’s review: “Rede im Studium!”

Daniel’s review: "Rede im Studium!"Old stagers from Tübingen wrote about how to use rhetoric during academic studies. Daniel Grotzky, himself a veteran on the German debating circuit, penned a review on the book by Tim-C. Bartsch und Bernd Rex. Interested in the book? Read the German version of the article to get a review. glx / apf
Jan 24th, 2011 | By | Category: Rezension | Comments Off on Daniel’s review: “Rede im Studium!”

Unique forum for debate related issues: Eighth Monash Debating Review published

Unique forum for debate related issues: Eighth Monash Debating Review published Debating expertise from down under: The Australian Monash Association of Debaters (MAD) published the Monash Debating Review (MDR) for the eighth time in a row. Debaters from all over the world have contributed to the journal on debating related issues. The first article in the current MDR issue is from the author Tim Sonnreich. As a debater, the Australian was runner-up at Worlds 2003 and won the Australasian IV in 2000, 2001 and 2004. He has also been DCA at both competitions. In his essay “There is no spoon: beginner, intermediate and advanced first principles debating”, Tim shows  how one makes ...
Dec 26th, 2010 | By | Category: Politik und Gesellschaft, Rezension | Comments Off on Unique forum for debate related issues: Eighth Monash Debating Review published

Daniel’s review: “Schlüsselkompetenz Argumentation”

Daniel's review: "Schlüsselkompetenz Argumentation''Old stagers from Tübingen wrote another book on rhetoric, this time on "key competence in argumentation". Daniel Sommer, himself a veteran on the German debating circuit, penned a review on the book by Markus Herrmann, Michael Hoppmann, Karsten Stölzgen and Jasmin Taraman. Interested in the book? ...
Nov 11th, 2010 | By | Category: Rezension | Comments Off on Daniel’s review: “Schlüsselkompetenz Argumentation”

“Theodula and I” – A debater writes about a journey, his grandaunt and belief

“Theodula and I” – A debater writes about a journey, his grandaunt and belief Florian Neuhann, finalist of the first ZEIT DEBATTEN tournament, wrote a book: “Theodula and I“ (“Theodula & ich”). There, he tells about his grandaunt Agnes who as a young woman joined a missionary congregation and assumed the name Theodula. She lived and worked for almost sixty years in South Africa as a missionary. Florian, who was president of Debattierclub München in 2003/2004, visited his aunt in 2007 in South Africa to pen her biography. The nun had led a fascinating live: As a young woman, she had been committed in a resistance group to fight National Socialism, as professor she taught ...
Sep 13th, 2010 | By | Category: Menschen, Rezension | Comments Off on “Theodula and I” – A debater writes about a journey, his grandaunt and belief

Daniel rezensiert: “Trainingsbuch Rhetorik”

Der Traditionsverein Streitkultur Tübingen überrascht die deutsche Debattierszene in regelmäßigen Abständen mit innovativen Ideen und neuen Konzepten. Dazu gehört auch eine längst beachtliche Reihe an Publikationen. 2002 erschien erstmals das "Handbuch der Offenen Parlamentarischen Debatte", herausgegeben von Michael Hoppmann und Bernd Rex. Es erreichte drei Auflagen, ist moment leider nur noch antiquarisch zu erhalten, dafür aber auch in einer vollständigen Fassung online abrufbar. Nicht nur von OPD-Clubs geschätzt, findet man hier die umfassendste Einführung und Kommentierung des OPD-Regelwerks. Im Juni 2005 präsentierten die Tübinger auf der von ihnen ausgerichteten Baden-Württembergischen Meisterschaft 2005 ihr zweites Buch. Mit "Was ist Debatte? Ein internationaler Überblick" legten ...
Apr 1st, 2010 | By | Category: Rezension | Comments Off on Daniel rezensiert: “Trainingsbuch Rhetorik”

Anna rezensiert: “Pro & Contra – Das Handbuch des Debattierens”

Anna rezensiert: "Pro & Contra - Das Handbuch des Debattierens" Debattierer aus aller Welt schielen immer wieder neidisch und sehnsüchtig nach Oxford, wo das legendäre "Pros & Cons" erscheint und für Nichtmitglieder der Union nicht einfach zu bekommen ist, da neue Auflagen stets sehr schnell vergriffen sind. Abhilfe schaffen  – zumindest für den deutschsprachige Raum – drei Urgesteine der deutschen Debattierszene. Hanna Kaspar, Patrick Proner und Christian Rauda decken den deutschen Bedarf an Musterargumentationen für die gängigsten Debatten in "Pro & Contra – Das Handbuch des Debattierens". Auf rund 40 Seiten führt das Mainzer Debattierdreigestirn in die Debatte als Sport und die unterschiedlichen Debattierformate ein und lässt auch Themen wie Stegreifreden ...
Feb 24th, 2010 | By | Category: Rezension | mit 2 Kommentaren

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