March Student Newsletter
March Student Newsletter

Happy National Speech and Debate Education Day!  

Celebrate With Us

The biggest day of the year is finally here! Celebrate National Speech and Debate Education Day with us today by sharing your story on social media using the hashtag #WeAreSpeechAndDebate. You can download graphics to share on our website, and check out the video below from 2021 National Spokesperson, KOA. 

Happy Women's History Month

March is Women's History Month! Use our poster series featuring alumni and coaches to celebrate at your school, or check out our literature collection to inspire your interp performances. You can also use our template to design posters featuring current or former members of your team!

New Competitive Resources

Performance Breakdown: Crafting a Duo Interp

Dive into the process of putting together a Duo performance from start to finish. This course, geared toward both students and coaches, offers a look behind the scenes at the cutting, blocking, practicing, and performing of a final round Duo. Get a sneak peek of what to expect in this video!

Public Forum Topic Analysis

Members can access new files on the March Public Forum topic, Resolved: On balance, the benefits of creating the United States Space Force outweigh the harms.

Lincoln-Douglas Advanced Research

Members can view the new topic analysis on the March/April Lincoln-Douglas topic, Resolved: The United States ought to guarantee universal child care.

Learning to Flow

Our new video series, accessible to members, teaches the basics of flowing Policy Debate or Lincoln-Douglas and Public Forum. Refresh your skills or help novices learn the basics! 

Congress Legislation

Members can check out the March docket, featuring legislation like A Resolution to Ban Payday Loans and A Resolution to Amend the Constitution to Make Washington D.C. a State. 

Fresh Extemp Questions

Globally, does social media do more to defend freedom or facilitate oppression? Why, despite its reported effectiveness, are many opting not to get a COVID vaccine? Members can access these questions and more in our new set of Extemp practice questions

World Schools Debate Motions

Members can check out an updated set of prepared and impromptu motions for World Schools Debate, including This House would require proof of COVID-19 vaccination for international travel or This House supports federal regulation of cryptocurrency.
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