NAME: _________________________________ DATE: _______________________ PERIOD: ___<br />NAPOLEON TRIAD DEBATES<br />My role...
Affirmative and Negative will prepare to speak for their side while Judges will come up with their relevant questions base...
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Napoleon triad debates

Published on: Mar 3, 2016
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  • 1. NAME: _________________________________ DATE: _______________________ PERIOD: ___<br />NAPOLEON TRIAD DEBATES<br />My role in the debate is:AffirmativeNegativeJudge(circle one)<br />“Despite his claims that he was a child of the French Revolution, in fact Napoleon betrayed the ideals of the revolution”<br />RoleTaskAffirmativeUsing the documents you will prove that Napoleon did in fact betray the ideals of the French Revolution.NegativeUsing the documents you will prove that Napoleon did not betray the ideals of the French Revolution.JudgeUsing the documents you will come up with five (5) relevant questions to ask both sides during the debate.<br />Triad Debate Instructions:<br /><ul><li>As a group define the “ideals of the revolution.”
  • 2. Affirmative and Negative will prepare to speak for their side while Judges will come up with their relevant questions based off the documents.
  • 3. Affirmative and Negative will debate and answer Judge’s questions (Judge will also function as a time keeper):
  • 4. Affirmative Speaker – 2 minutes
  • 5. Judges Questions
  • 6. Negative Speaker– 2 minutes
  • 7. Judges Questions
  • 8. Negative Summary – 2 minutes
  • 9. Affirmative Summary – 2 minutes
  • 10. Judge’s Decision</li></ul>Affirmative and Negative Speakers: Take notes in the opposite column below when the other side is speaking. This is evidence of your participation when not talking yourself. At the conclusion of the debate write a summary of your position and the evidence you used to support your point of view. If you real opinion differs from the one you were asked to argue, discuss it in your reflection.<br />Judges: Write your questions (and any answers) in the space provided below for both sides. Then write your own decision on a separate sheet of paper. Once the debate is complete, write at least a paragraph and include at least three (3) specific pieces of evidence from the debate or answers to your questions you use to justify your decision.<br />Ideals of the French Revolution:<br />AFFIRMATIVE – reasons Napoleon betrayed the ideals of the revolutionNEGATIVE – reasons Napoleon did not betray the ideals of the revolution<br />