The constructive speech begins with a statement in favor of the resolution. For example, students may start the debate by saying, “We support the resolution, Resolved: Schools should require students to wear school uniforms.”
They may then define key terms. For example, they may say that “schools” are traditional day schools and not after school and weekend learning programs. They may define “uniforms” to only include shirts and pants, and not hair style or belts.
The second part of their introduction will be the framework. The framework is what one side argues should be the guiding principle or . . .
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