Cancel Culture (call-out culture) is good for society?
The debate is finished. The distribution of the voting points and the winner are presented below.
After 1 vote and with 1 point ahead, the winner is...
- Publication date
- Last updated date
- Number of rounds
- Time for argument
- Two hours
- Max argument characters
- Voting period
- One week
- Point system
- Winner selection
- Voting system
Rules for debate:
The order of speakers must not be changed.
Each speaker has a maximum time of one minute.
Interrupting a speaker is forbidden.
The audience must not participate in the debate.
After the debate, the chairs and audience have five minutes to share their impressions and opinions.
The team with the majority votes wins.
R1: Opening speeches
You will present your arguments during the lesson.
Ensure that your internet, camera, and microphone are in proper working order as technical difficulties or time delays will not be tolerated.
Your dress code, language, and content are all academically appropriate.
You have ± 1 minute to present the arguments you have prepared.
Listen to the opposition and make notes of their arguments on your shared team doc. Also, suggest how your team can respond.
R2: Rebuttals and cross-examinations
You have ± 1 minute to present your rebuttals.
Each team member will present only ONE counterargument, along with valid reasoning.
You may pose any reasonable question to the opposition that you felt was not addressed.
R3: Closing statement
You have ± 30 seconds to present your closing statements.
Add any final points or rhetorical questions that you want the audience to consider further. DO NOT introduce any new ideas at this point.
Rules for the audience:
Pay attention as each team member presents their arguments.
You may comment on the arguments in the debate; however, ensure that your comments are academically appropriate and respectful.