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Adjudication Briefing

AdjCore

of Japan BP 2014

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Table of Contents

●Basic Rule●Role of Adjudicator●Process of Adjudication●Criteria of Adjudication

Speaker’s

Point

Evaluation of Adjudicator

Evaluation Point

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Basic Rule

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Basic Rule

●British Parliamentary style

●Preparation time: 15 min

Speech: 7 min

(Do not take notes after

7:10

)

●POIs are allowed between 1 and 6 min.

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Basic Rule

●Main

Break

: 24 teams / Novice

Break

: 4 teams

Teams consisting of two freshmen are eligible

for

Novice

Break

.

Main Speaker Award: 10 individuals (tentative)

Novice Speaker Award:

3

individuals

(tentative

)

Adjudicator Award: 10 individuals

(tentative

)

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Basic Rule

●Judging-in-English policy

All adjudicators are highly encouraged to

write their adjudication tests, discuss with other adjudicators,

and

provide oral

adjudication in English.

If circumstantially

inappropriate

and/or

impossible,

use Japanese as well as English

. (Ex. freshmen in the rounds, impossible to conclude the discussion)

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Basic Rule

●Judging-in-English policy

Do not

underevaluate

those who are just not good at speaking English

(e.g., in terms of pronunciation, grammar).

Evaluate what they say.

Personal feedback can be made in any language after rounds.

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Basic Rule

●Mandatory POI rule

Each speaker is obliged to accept at least one POI if

more than three POIs in total are offered by

an entire opponent bench.

The chair should remind speakers to take POI at six minute of the speech in the case that the speaker continues to refuse to do so.

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Basic Rule

●Conflict

For institutional teams

- Adjudicators from or representing the institution

- Adjudicators with the personal conflict

For composite teams

- Adjudicators representing the team

- Adjudicators with the personal conflict

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Role of Adjudicator

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Role of Adjudicator

(1) Decide a ranking

individually (Chair/Panel/Trainee)

(2) Discuss with other

adjudicators (Chair/Panel)

(3) Provide oral

adjudication (Chair)

(4) Provide personal feedback

(Chair/Panel/Trainee)

※(1) and (2) will be evaluated among judges.

※(3) will be evaluated by debaters.

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Role of Adjudicator

(1) Decide a ranking individually

(Chair/Panel/Trainee)

As an Average Intelligent Voter: who is logical and holistic without any bias and specific knowledge.

Consider how the particular team was more or less persuasive than other three teams in terms of contribution for the bench-winning.

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Role of Adjudicator

(2) Discuss with other

adjudicators (Chair/Panel)

Be active and considerate of other adjudicators

.

The aim of discussion is not only to share and conclude the ranking and speaker’s points, but also to prepare a convincing reason for decision for subsequent oral adjudication

.

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Role of Adjudicator

(3) Provide oral

adjudication (Chair)

Be logical and holistic.

Organize

oral adjudication for

debaters to understand it as easily as possible.

Kindly answer questions asked by debaters

.

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Role of Adjudicator

(4) Provide personal feedback (Chair/Panel/Trainee)

Be

friendly and kindly.

Breaking

adjudicators are required to provide personal feedback to debaters as soon as the each result of break rounds is announced

and until the next round starts (within

10 min

).

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Process of Adjudication

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Process of Adjudication

●0min- (1) Decide a ranking

individually

●5min- (2) Discuss with other adjudicators

●15min- Score and vote (if necessary)

20min- (

3) Provide oral adjudication

●30min- Leave the round

room

(

4) Provide personal

feedback

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Process of Adjudication

●Vote if impossible to reach a consensus

.

●The chair has two votes when the total number of adjudicators is even.

●If the chair becomes minority in voting, one of the panels

has to

provide oral adjudication

.

However, it does not affect the evaluation procedure among adjudicators.

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Criteria of Adjudication

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Criteria of Adjudication

(A) Matter

(B) Manner

(C) Role fulfillment

(D) Technicalities

※Consider these criteria holistically.

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Criteria of Adjudication

(A) Matter: Argument/ Reasoning / Example/ Relevancy / Rebuttal / POI

Do not ignore POIs as contribution.

(B) Manner:

Framing / Structure /

Word choice / Time management / Body language

Speeches exceeding

7:30

can lower the speaker’s

point (not automatically).

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Criteria of Adjudication

(C) Role fulfillment –

the violation of

The violation of role fulfillment can lower the ranking as well as speaker’s

point

(not automatically).

Explain how and to what extent the violation of role fulfillment influenced the entire ranking.

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Criteria of Adjudication

(C) Role fulfillment –

Extension

Necessary analysis for bench-winning that Opening half has not explained.

Broader concept of arguments, which does not necessarily require the set of SQ/AP/ Impact or Abstraction/Analogy/Applicability.

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Criteria of Adjudication

(C) Role fulfillment –

Extension

Evaluate extensions by considering how they changed the entire debate and contributed to bench-winning.

Completely new but irrelevant extensions should not be evaluated. Vice versa, relevant but similar extensions should be.

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Criteria of Adjudication

(C) Role fulfillment –

Whip speech

Summarize the round.

Highlight the extensions by showing their importance.

Offer rebuttal to the opponents.

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Criteria of Adjudication

(C) Role fulfillment –

Whip speech

Evaluate new framing, examples, and rebuttals unless they are substantially new.

Gov

Whip is highly discouraged to provide new substantive arguments.

Opp

Whip is prohibited to provide new substantive arguments.

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Criteria of Adjudication

(D) Technicalities –

Dynamics

Take the order of speakers and POI into account.

(Ex

.

e

ven

if CO refuted OG well, it does

not

automatically

mean CO will be evaluated over OG

.)

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Criteria of Adjudication

(D) Technicalities –

Knifing

Knifing is the situation where closing team is significantly contradictory to opening.

Knifing can lower the

ranking (not automatically).

Consider

the gravity of knifing.

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Speaker’s Point

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Speaker’s Point

●Range: 65-85 (no 0.5 point)

●No low win

and

tie

win.

●Criteria of speaker’s point:

(A) Matter/ (B) Manner/ (C) Role fulfillment

※Consider these criteria holistically.

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Speaker’s Point

●Extremely poor: 65-67

●Deserve the 4th place constantly.

(A) Completely irrelevant. No argumentation and rebuttal.

(B) Impossible to follow the speech.

(C)

Not try

to fulfill the role.

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Speaker’s Point

●Poor: 68-70

●Deserve the 3rd or 4th place constantly.

(A) Mostly irreverent. Severe lack of argumentation and rebuttal.

(B) Possible but still hard to follow the speech.

(C) Try to but fail to fulfill the role.

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Speaker’s Point

●Below average: 71-73

●Deserve the 3rd place constantly.

(A) Somehow relevant but still lack of argumentation and rebuttal.

(B) Not persuasive enough.

(C) Not enough fulfillment of the role.

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Speaker’s Point

●Average: 74-76

●Deserve the 2nd or 3rd place constantly.

(A) Mostly relevant. Enough argumentation and rebuttal.

(B) Somehow persuasive.

(C) Somehow fulfill the role.

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Speaker’s Point

●Above average: 77-79 (possibly break)

●Deserve the 2nd place constantly.

(A) Everything relevant. Some strong

argumentation

and rebuttal.

(B) Persuasive enough.

(C) Fairly fulfill the role.

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Speaker’s Point

●Good: 80-82 (definitely break)

●Deserve the 1st and 2nd place constantly.

(A) Mostly strong argumentation and rebuttal.

(B) Very persuasive. Some outstanding

framing

and word choice.

(C) Effectively utilize the role for the speech.

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Speaker’s Point

●Brilliant: 83-85 (possibly proceed to GF)

●Deserve the 1st place constantly.

(A) All strong argumentation and rebuttal.

(B)

Mostly

outstanding framing and word choice.

(C) Perfectly utilize the role for the speech.

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Evaluation of Adjudicator

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Evaluation of Adjudicator

●Breaking adjudicators and

Adjudicator Award

The selection of breaking adjudicators are

mostly

based on total evaluation points, with consideration of comments on evaluation sheets (if necessary).

Institutional diversity never affect the selection.

The

number of breaking adjudicators depends on the distribution of the total evaluation points.

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Evaluation of Adjudicator

●Breaking

adjudicators and

Adjudicator Award

The

nomination of

Adjudicator Award is

solely based on evaluation points in preliminary rounds and not those

of

break rounds.

※Evaluation of adjudicator is also conducted in break rounds, which can be used for deciding subsequent allocation (Chair

<=>

Panel only).

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Evaluation of Adjudicator

●Components

of total

evaluation points

Those who were exempted from the

adjudication

test

- Evaluation in rounds: 100% (25% for each)

Those who submitted the

adjudication

test

- The

adjudication

test:

20

%

- Evaluation in rounds:

80

% (20% for each)

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Evaluation of Adjudicator

●Components

of

evaluation

in open rounds

(Round 1 - Round 3)

Chair (or Panel who provides oral adjudication)

- By

adjudicators: 50%

- By

debaters

:

50%

Panel / Trainee

- By

a chair: 100%

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Evaluation of Adjudicator

●Components of

evaluation in silent rounds

(Round 4 and Break Rounds)

Chair

- By panels:

100%

Panel / Trainee

- By

a chair

:

100%

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Evaluation of Adjudicator

●What to evaluate in rounds

Chair <=>

Panel (two

questions

)

-

(1) Ability of deciding the ranking

individually

“Was his/her initial decision logical, holistic, and

understandable?”

-

(2) Ability of discussing with other

adjudicators

“Did he/she contribute to the discussion?”

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Evaluation of Adjudicator

●What to evaluate in rounds

Chair

=> Trainee (one question)

-

(1) Ability of deciding the ranking

individually

“Was his/her initial decision logical, holistic, and

understandable?”

※Trainees are not able to evaluate chairs and

participate in the discussion.

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Evaluation of Adjudicator

●What to evaluate in rounds

Debater

=> Chair (one question)

-

(3) Ability of providing oral

adjudication

“Was his/her oral adjudication logical, holistic, and

understandable?”

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Evaluation Point

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Evaluation Point

●Range: 1-10 (no 0.5 point)

●Write a comment regardless of points you give

.

Ask questions if something unclear.

●Give points you think appropriate.

(

AdjCore

will only publicize the individual average evaluation points and not those of each round.)

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Evaluation Point

●Should be a trainee: 1-2

(1)/(3) The explanation is completely not logical, holistic nor understandable at all. Should not have a vote in any round.

(2) Extremely passive or not considerate to

other

adjudicators in the discussion. Do not want to have

him/her

in the

discussion of future rounds.

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Evaluation Point

●Should be a panel: 3-4

(1)/(3) The explanation is

not logical, holistic, or understandable enough.

Can have a vote in easy-judging

rounds

but

cannot in

important rounds.

(2) Participate in but not contribute to the discussion. Still passive or not considerate.

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Evaluation Point

●Can be a chair: 5-6

(1)/(3) The explanation is somehow logical and

holistic,

but not understandable in all of its details. Can have a vote in important rounds but

cannot

in break rounds.

(2) Somehow contribute to the discussion but still room for improvement.

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Evaluation Point

●Should be a chair: 7-8 (possibly break)

(1)/(3) The explanation is logical and holistic

enough,

and understandable in most of its details.

Should

have a vote in important rounds and possibly in break rounds.

(2) Contribute to the discussion well. Want to have

him/her

in the discussion of future rounds.

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Evaluation Point

●Must be a chair: 9-10 (definitely break)

(1)/(3) The explanation is very logical and

holistic,

and understandable in all of its details.

Should

have a vote in

important rounds as well as break

rounds.

(2) Contribute to the discussion very well.

Definitely necessary

to have him/her in the discussion of future rounds.

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