Summary: Improved flowing is the single biggest thing most beginning debaters can do to improve their chances of winning debate rounds. This download covers that.
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We’ve observed already that “good flowing” is essential to winning a debate. Unfortunately, there is no magic set of instructions about flowing that can make someone good at it. We can explain what it is, but success at it requires lots of practice, so you will have to be willing to put in the effort if you want to become good at flowing. Rest assured it will pay off: It is not a coincidence that winning debaters are always good at flowing.
Flowing is the process of writing down a well-organized, legible summary of all the arguments made by all the debaters in the eight speeches of the round, including their own. It is essential to effective debating and you should not bother competing in debate nor taking a debate class if you are not willing to do it. Improved flowing is the single biggest thing most beginning debaters can do to improve their chances of winning debate rounds…
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