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Argumentation and Public Debate

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Kod przedmiotu: 2751-KONJA-APD Kod Erasmus / ISCED: (brak danych) / (0319) Programy i kwalifikacje związane z naukami społecznymi, gdzie indziej niesklasyfikowane
Nazwa przedmiotu: Argumentation and Public Debate
Jednostka: Wydział Nauk o Polityce i Bezpieczeństwie
Grupy: Konwersatoria do wyboru w języku obcym dla kierunków WNoPiB - stacjonarne
Punkty ECTS i inne: 5.00
Język prowadzenia: angielski
Wymagania wstępne:

English language

Całkowity nakład pracy studenta:

125 hours

Efekty uczenia się - wiedza:

theory of argumentation

Efekty uczenia się - umiejętności:

mastering the art of reasoning and argumentation

Efekty uczenia się - kompetencje społeczne:

group skills

Metody dydaktyczne:

Socratic method

Metody dydaktyczne poszukujące:

- klasyczna metoda problemowa
- oxfordzka

Skrócony opis:

The course is devoted to the place of the art of argumentation and argumentation itself in public debate.

Pełny opis:

The course is devoted to the place of the art of argumentation and argumentation itself in public debate.

Passing the Course

Students are supposed to take part in a debate on a given topic and argue for the proposition or for the opposition. At least two students should argue in a given debate – one for the proposition and one for the opposition. Each speech should take approximately 10-15 minutes and be spoken, though they can be supported by notes and syllabi. Each debate ends with the audience voting for the winner.

Besides taking part in the debates, students are supposed to be generally active during classes, introduce the group into a given topic on the basis of their readings, investigate the presentations, ask questions to the instructor and to the debaters, discuss the topics, judge the debaters etc.

The structure of the debate looks as follows: 1. Motion (given by the instructor). 2. Argument for the proposition. 3. Argument for the opposition. 4. Questions between debaters and from the audience. 5. Voting for the winner.

Debate motions:

1. This House believes that nations should apologise for historic wrongs (Sandel, s. 208-215).

2. This House believes that military drafting should be illegal (Sandel, s. 76-90).

3. This House believes that patriotism is a virtue (Sandel, s. 228-230).

4. This House believes that immigration should be free (Sandel, s. 230-232).

5. This House believes that slavery should be legal (Sandel, s. 200-203).

6. This House believes that affirmative action (at universities) should be illegal (Sandel, s. 167-183).

7. This House believes that same-sex marriages should be legal (Sandel, s. 153-160).

8. This House believes that selling organs should be legal (Sandel, s. 70-72).

9. This House believes that we should right to the fruits of our labour (Sandel, s. 12-19, 58-79).

10. This House believes that beggars should be rejected from the streets (Sandel, s. 35-37).

11. This House believes that there is no higher and lower culture (Sandel, s. 52-57).

12. This House believes that taxation is unjustified (Sandel, s. 58-79).

13. This House believes that torture is never justified (Sandel, s. 38-41).

14. This House believes that abortion should be illegal (Sandel, s. 251-253).

15. This House believes that all goods have monetary value (Sandel, s. 41-48).

16. This House believes that necessity justifies killing innocent people (Sandel, s. 24-27, 31-33).

17. This House believes that there should be price control (Sandel, s. 3-10).

Literature:

Michael Sandel, Justice: What's the Right Thing to Do?, New York 2009.

Literatura:

Literature:

Michael Sandel, Justice: What's the Right Thing to Do?, New York 2009.

Metody i kryteria oceniania:

Passing the Course

Students are supposed to take part in a debate on a given topic and argue for the proposition or for the opposition. At least two students should argue in a given debate – one for the proposition and one for the opposition. Each speech should take approximately 10-15 minutes and be spoken, though they can be supported by notes and syllabi. Each debate ends with the audience voting for the winner.

Besides taking part in the debates, students are supposed to be generally active during classes, introduce the group into a given topic on the basis of their readings, investigate the presentations, ask questions to the instructor and to the debaters, discuss the topics, judge the debaters etc.

Zajęcia w cyklu "Semestr letni 2017/18" (zakończony)

Okres: 2018-02-26 - 2018-09-30
Wybrany podział planu:


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Typ zajęć: Konwersatorium, 30 godzin więcej informacji
Koordynatorzy: Łukasz Dominiak
Prowadzący grup: Łukasz Dominiak
Lista studentów: (nie masz dostępu)
Zaliczenie: Przedmiot - Zaliczenie na ocenę
Konwersatorium - Zaliczenie na ocenę
Skrócony opis:

The course is devoted to the place of the art of argumentation and argumentation itself in public debate.

Pełny opis:

The course is devoted to the place of the art of argumentation and argumentation itself in public debate.

Passing the Course

Students are supposed to take part in a debate on a given topic and argue for the proposition or for the opposition. At least two students should argue in a given debate – one for the proposition and one for the opposition. Each speech should take approximately 10-15 minutes and be spoken, though they can be supported by notes and syllabi. Each debate ends with the audience voting for the winner.

Besides taking part in the debates, students are supposed to be generally active during classes, introduce the group into a given topic on the basis of their readings, investigate the presentations, ask questions to the instructor and to the debaters, discuss the topics, judge the debaters etc.

The structure of the debate looks as follows: 1. Motion (given by the instructor). 2. Argument for the proposition. 3. Argument for the opposition. 4. Questions between debaters and from the audience. 5. Voting for the winner.

Debate motions:

1. This House believes that nations should apologise for historic wrongs (Sandel, s. 208-215).

2. This House believes that military drafting should be illegal (Sandel, s. 76-90).

3. This House believes that patriotism is a virtue (Sandel, s. 228-230).

4. This House believes that immigration should be free (Sandel, s. 230-232).

5. This House believes that slavery should be legal (Sandel, s. 200-203).

6. This House believes that affirmative action (at universities) should be illegal (Sandel, s. 167-183).

7. This House believes that same-sex marriages should be legal (Sandel, s. 153-160).

8. This House believes that selling organs should be legal (Sandel, s. 70-72).

9. This House believes that we should right to the fruits of our labour (Sandel, s. 12-19, 58-79).

10. This House believes that beggars should be rejected from the streets (Sandel, s. 35-37).

11. This House believes that there is no higher and lower culture (Sandel, s. 52-57).

12. This House believes that taxation is unjustified (Sandel, s. 58-79).

13. This House believes that torture is never justified (Sandel, s. 38-41).

14. This House believes that abortion should be illegal (Sandel, s. 251-253).

15. This House believes that all goods have monetary value (Sandel, s. 41-48).

16. This House believes that necessity justifies killing innocent people (Sandel, s. 24-27, 31-33).

17. This House believes that there should be price control (Sandel, s. 3-10).

Literature:

Michael Sandel, Justice: What's the Right Thing to Do?, New York 2009.

Literatura:

Michael Sandel, Justice: What's the Right Thing to Do?, New York 2009.

Zajęcia w cyklu "Semestr letni 2018/19" (zakończony)

Okres: 2019-02-25 - 2019-09-30
Wybrany podział planu:


powiększ
zobacz plan zajęć
Typ zajęć: Konwersatorium, 30 godzin więcej informacji
Koordynatorzy: Łukasz Dominiak
Prowadzący grup: Łukasz Dominiak
Lista studentów: (nie masz dostępu)
Zaliczenie: Przedmiot - Zaliczenie na ocenę
Konwersatorium - Zaliczenie na ocenę
Skrócony opis:

The course is devoted to the place of the art of argumentation and argumentation itself in public debate.

Pełny opis:

The course is devoted to the place of the art of argumentation and argumentation itself in public debate.

Passing the Course

Students are supposed to take part in a debate on a given topic and argue for the proposition or for the opposition. At least two students should argue in a given debate – one for the proposition and one for the opposition. Each speech should take approximately 10-15 minutes and be spoken, though they can be supported by notes and syllabi. Each debate ends with the audience voting for the winner.

Besides taking part in the debates, students are supposed to be generally active during classes, introduce the group into a given topic on the basis of their readings, investigate the presentations, ask questions to the instructor and to the debaters, discuss the topics, judge the debaters etc.

The structure of the debate looks as follows: 1. Motion (given by the instructor). 2. Argument for the proposition. 3. Argument for the opposition. 4. Questions between debaters and from the audience. 5. Voting for the winner.

Debate motions:

1. This House believes that nations should apologise for historic wrongs (Sandel, s. 208-215).

2. This House believes that military drafting should be illegal (Sandel, s. 76-90).

3. This House believes that patriotism is a virtue (Sandel, s. 228-230).

4. This House believes that immigration should be free (Sandel, s. 230-232).

5. This House believes that slavery should be legal (Sandel, s. 200-203).

6. This House believes that affirmative action (at universities) should be illegal (Sandel, s. 167-183).

7. This House believes that same-sex marriages should be legal (Sandel, s. 153-160).

8. This House believes that selling organs should be legal (Sandel, s. 70-72).

9. This House believes that we should right to the fruits of our labour (Sandel, s. 12-19, 58-79).

10. This House believes that beggars should be rejected from the streets (Sandel, s. 35-37).

11. This House believes that there is no higher and lower culture (Sandel, s. 52-57).

12. This House believes that taxation is unjustified (Sandel, s. 58-79).

13. This House believes that torture is never justified (Sandel, s. 38-41).

14. This House believes that abortion should be illegal (Sandel, s. 251-253).

15. This House believes that all goods have monetary value (Sandel, s. 41-48).

16. This House believes that necessity justifies killing innocent people (Sandel, s. 24-27, 31-33).

17. This House believes that there should be price control (Sandel, s. 3-10).

Literature:

Michael Sandel, Justice: What's the Right Thing to Do?, New York 2009.

Literatura:

Michael Sandel, Justice: What's the Right Thing to Do?, New York 2009.

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