Tag Archives: Resources

Looking for a coach?

The NSD Exchange is up and running, and there are a number of talented coaches looking for students. Check out the site today, and get started on improving for the upcoming season! Have questions about specific coaches? Contact them directly using their provided email addresses, or talk to your friends …

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Noah Star v Geoffrey Kristof: Video Online

Check out the newest video on the NSD Video Hub, a demonstration round between Noah Star and Geoffrey Kristof. The video can be found at this page, a sub-section of NSD’s debate camp coverage. Stay posted for more updates throughout the rest of camp!

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NSD Demo Round: Jacob Pritt v Stephanie Franklin

The first demonstration round from NSD 2012 is now online! Check it out at the Debate Camp section of the NSD Video Hub, located here: NSD Videos–Debate Camp. While there, also make sure to check out the topic analysis to get ready for next season, as well as recent videos …

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NSD Topic Analysis Online Now!

The NSD Topic Analysis is now online! Find it at NSDVideos.Weebly.com. Click the “Debate Camp” option at the top, then select the video from the page. Make sure to thank Eric, Rebar, and Emily for helping you prepare for the topic!

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NFL Final Round analysis

RFD – NFL National Final Round 2012 by Dave McGinnis I’ll start with a general discussion of the round, followed by the RFD. Bear in mind of course that this RFD was only mine. There were 11 judges and the round was decided on a 7-4. Both debaters did a …

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Jan/Feb Videos 2012: Sarah Sachs v Annie Zhu

The NSD Update Video Hub is back, with more coverage of the Jan/Feb topic. Coverage will be ramping back up again in the coming weeks, leading up to videos from the 2012 TOC. Previously-posted videos can be viewed off-site at the following locations. Videos from the 2011 LD Debate Season …

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The Need to Streamline Theory Debate

The Need to Streamline Theory Debate Article by Fritz Pielstick Theory debates, far more often than case debates, are messy and difficult to properly resolve. This problem is compounded by the fact that the short speech times in LD incentivize debaters to overinvest time on the theory debate, which causes …

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