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May 09, 2014 · Interesting Debate Topics for High School Students. You were probably aware of the debate club in high school, and maybe you were a part of it yourself! In high school, individuals are at an age group where they are starting to grasp and understand the concepts of Author: Florence Ng. Every month during the school year (September-June) we host a monthly adult workshop. This is a training open to NYC adults who are interested in developing debate, public speaking, leadership, advocacy skills as well as judge and support our future generation of advocates by learning to judge at debate tournaments.
Apr 23, 2018 · Okay everyone, we encourage debate on this forum. There however is a difference between civil adult debate, and the tit for tat condescending crap going on in some threads. This has nothing to do with being an American forum or anything like that. In fact most of the moderating staff is from Europe. So please don’t go there. A good debate topic does not necessarily need to be a political topic. It can be funny, informative, contemplative, social, economical - the categories are endless. Topics need to be chosen keeping in mind the maturity level and understanding that participants are expected to have.Author: Tulika Nair.
While debate can help high-achieving students to access and succeed in college, it has an even greater impact on struggling students. Debate is a powerful literacy tool for students whose reading difficulties bring down their grades and sap their motivation to succeed. Yes an 18 year old is definitely an adult. I am a sociologist and quite simply put, an 18 year old is quite ready to be called an adult. Puberty is now well over and 16 year olds are allowed to have sex in the UK. At 18 one reaches the age of "majority" and you are no more a "minor ".