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  • Stanford National Forensic Institute : Stanford National Forensic Institute
    Workout 2 Week Core Beginners Policy Program 3 Week Beginners Policy Experience 3 Week Core Policy Program 4 Week Policy Experience Policy Intensive Practice Round Session Public Forum Debate 1 Week Public Forum Workout 2 Week Core Public Forum Program 3 Week Public Forum Experience Beginner Public Forum Program Public Forum Intensive Practice Round Session Schedule Why Debate About SNFI About SNFI Location Online San Francisco Bay Area Stanford University SNFI Staff Photo Galleries Client Testimonials Contact Information Legal Information Frequently Asked Questions Video Gallery Photo Gallery Contact Us Request Brochure Apply Now Online Application Need help selecting a program Enrollment Policies Refund Policy Frequently Asked Questions Welcome to the Stanford National Forensic Institute The Stanford National Forensic Institute is a national caliber summer speech debate program held at Stanford University since 1990 Join our Email List Our 2016 schedule of summer programs is now open for enrollment Available Programs Policy Debate Lincoln Douglas Parliamentary Debate Public Forum Congressional Debate Individual Events Worlds School Parliamentary Middle School Speech Debate Coaches Institute Upcoming Dates Policy Debate July 10 23 July 10 July 30 July 10 August 6 July 30 August 6 LD Debate July 17 30 July 17 August 6 July

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  • Invitation : Stanford Speech & Debate Tournament
    tournament We must know that you are present and we can t hold up the pairings in the morning due to any uncertainty about your presence since that impacts well over 1000 people Competition Saturday January 16th 2016 to Monday January 18th 2016 Exact 2016 tournament schedule decisions are not finalized We are evaluating feedback from 2015 and considering all possible schedule permutations in order to improve the schedule if possible There may be changes to the scheduling of specific events from what we have done the last few years including 2015 Specific timings and schedule will be available by late fall 2015 2016 event schedules IEs Saturday and Sunday finished by approximately noon on Sunday Congress Saturday and Sunday finished by approximately noon on Sunday Varsity Policy and Varsity LD Saturday to Monday most elims on Monday Public Forum Parli JV Policy and JV LD Saturday to Monday although Monday will only have later outrounds and should impact only a few schools Note that we intend to move the traditional JV debate events late round on Sunday evening to Monday morning at the Santa Clara Marriott Debate events offered note that prelim elim information is from 2015 and subject to change for 2016 based on scheduling considerations and will be finalized in December 2015 LD Varsity 6 prelim rounds all 4 2s clear with a cap of 64 total elim teams JV 5 prelim rounds with a generous elimination round break we guarantee that all 4 1 teams will clear Policy Varsity 6 prelim rounds all 4 2s clear with a cap of 32 total elim teams JV 5 prelim rounds with a generous elimination round break we guarantee that all 4 1 teams will clear Public Forum Varsity 6 prelim rounds all 4 2s clear with a cap of 64 total elim teams JV 5 prelim rounds with a generous elimination round break we guarantee that all 4 1 teams will clear Parliamentary Varsity 5 prelim rounds all 4 1s and most 3 2s clear with a cap of 64 total elim teams JV 5 prelim rounds with a generous elimination round break we guarantee that all 4 1 teams will clear Congress 4 prelim rounds with a break to finals TOC Bids in 2016 include Octafinals in Public Forum Quarterfinals in Varsity LD Semifinals in Varsity Policy Top 6 finishers in Congressional Debate IE events level dependent on final entry numbers see TOC IE bid tournaments page Note that all TOC bids are awarded per the rules and guidelines created by the relevant TOC commitee and bid levels are subject to TOC confirmation they do list this information on the TOC website Please note that JV Policy JV LD Parli and PF will likely have some elim rounds on Monday although of course this will only effect a small number of students schools Speech events offered note that prelim elim information is from 2015 and subject to change for 2016 based on scheduling considerations and will be

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  • Users : Stanford National Forensic Institute
    Week Lincoln Douglas Workout 2 Week Core Lincoln Douglas Program 3 Week Lincoln Douglas Experience LD Intensive Practice Round Session Middle School Programs 1 Week Advanced Middle School Debate 1 Week Middle School Debate 1 Week Middle School Speech 2 Week Middle School Debate Parliamentary Debate 1 Week Parliamentary Program 2 Week Parliamentary Program Worlds Schools Parliamentary Policy Debate 1 Week Policy Debate Workout 2 Week Core Beginners Policy Program 3 Week Beginners Policy Experience 3 Week Core Policy Program 4 Week Policy Experience Policy Intensive Practice Round Session Public Forum Debate 1 Week Public Forum Workout 2 Week Core Public Forum Program 3 Week Public Forum Experience Beginner Public Forum Program Public Forum Intensive Practice Round Session Schedule Why Debate About SNFI About SNFI Location Online San Francisco Bay Area Stanford University SNFI Staff Photo Galleries Client Testimonials Contact Information Legal Information Frequently Asked Questions Video Gallery Photo Gallery Contact Us Request Brochure Apply Now Online Application Need help selecting a program Enrollment Policies Refund Policy Frequently Asked Questions SNFI Account Login I already have a SNFI account Email Address Password Forgot password I need help finding or accessing an existing SNFI account Send me a new password I

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  • How to choose the right debate program : Stanford National Forensic Institute
    else for example security is most important and then principled arguments explaining why that is the case There is a lesser research burden for LD versus policy debate and an LD case is often substantially written by a student with pieces of quoted research brought in at strategic locations as opposed to a policy case being all about the evidence LD debate is the only format that is one on one Some students prefer this style for the ability to control your own destiny as you win or lose based solely on your own arguments as opposed to also relying on a partner Suggested program pairing for beginners 2 Week Core LD Program there is a group for beginning novice students or if time allows the 3 Week LD Experience for further opportunity to reinforce the concepts learned in the program with additonal practice debates in front of experienced debate critics and prep on an additional topic area for the coming season Public Forum Debate Public Forum debate has the most in common with policy debate structurally The topic changes each month and again is set nationally Although the topic areas in Public Forum are broadly similar to the topic areas in policy debate the topics are somewhat narrower so that students can master them within a month you couldn t be fully proficient at a broad policy debate topic in only a month The format is similar to policy in that cases are written and the topics have more of a practical policymaking bent than the philosophical issues that tend to be discussed in LD Public Forum debate is a two on two activity teams of two students competing against one another Suggested program pairing for beginners 2 Week Core Public Forum Program there is a group for beginning novice students or if time allows the 3 Week Public Forum Experience for further opportunity to reinforce the concepts learned in the program with additonal practice debates in front of experienced debate critics and prep on an additional topic area For students with tight schedules we also offer an abbreviated week long Beginner s Public Forum Program Parliamentary Debate Parliamentary debate has less of a structured research burden that the other main types of debate due to the nature of its topics Parliamentary topics are different in every round of debate so when you are at a tournament a topic is announced and you are given 15 20 minutes to prepare prior to starting the debate round You are allowed to bring materials with you into the prep room however you can only take what you ve written down during the prep period into the debate round with you and internet is not allowed during preparation Obviously the topic couldn t be of a particularly technical basis or students wouldn t be knowledgeable enough to prepare a case in only 15 20 minutes As a result the topics are broad and mainstream enough that a student can engage with the

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  • Beginners' Introduction to Debate : Stanford National Forensic Institute
    Week Core LD or 2 Week Core Individual Events programs The 4 Week Beginners Flex Package combines the 1 Week Introduction to Argumentation Debate session with the student s choice of the 3 Week Public Forum Experience 3 Week LD Experience or 3 Week Individual Events Experience programs 2016 Beginners Introduction to Debate Staff Members Include Check back closer to the start of camp for details on our 2016 staff We will continue to add additional staff members as enrollment and availability dictate Details are posted on additional staff members as they are confirmed 2015 Beginners Introduction to Debate Staff Members Included Les Phillips Division Director Public Forum Les Phillips teaches speech and debate at The Nueva School Les also directed debate at James Logan High School and was director of forensics at Lexington High School MA for more than twenty years Les has coached TOC NFL and NCFL national champions and top speakers in policy and Lincoln Douglas debate and his public forum teams have qualified for the Tournament of Champions reached elimination rounds at major national invitationals He has worked at more than twenty five summer workshops including Dartmouth Texas and Northwestern as well as Stanford is a six diamond NFL coach an honor attained by less than 1 of all coaches and served as a member of the NFL National Council during Public Forum s formative years He has coached all styles of high school and collegiate debate and has written and published two books and a number of articles on forensics His breadth and depth of experience make him an ideal director for our public forum workshop Upcoming Camps 1 Week Introduction to Argumention Debate Speech debate is a very powerful activity which teaches students many skills which are in high demand in the contemporary world public speaking research skills writing and logical thinking Students in this session will learn the bedrock theories and methods necessary to enter the world of competitive speech debate There will also be a brief introduction to the major standardized formats of competitive forensics speech debate which are offered at high 2 Week Beginners Package This program starts with the 1 Week Introduction to Argumentation Debate session Students will continue into their choice of programs for the following week at the end of the 1 Week Introduction to Argument Cmpetitive Debate session after having learned base debate skills 3 Week Beginners Core Flex Package This program starts with the 1 Week Introduction to Argumentation Debate session Students will be given the choice of continuing into either the 2 Week Core Public Forum Program the 2 Week Core Lincoln Douglas Program or the 2 Week Core Individual Events program at the end of the 1 Wee 4 Week Beginners Experience Flex Package This program starts with the 1 Week Introduction to Argumentation Debate session Students will be given the choice of continuing into either the 3 Week Public Forum Experience the 3 Week Lincoln Douglas Experience or the 3 Week Individual Events

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  • 1-Week Introduction to Argumention & Debate : Stanford National Forensic Institute
    session is to cover some of the foundational basics which normally require a sizeable portion of time for beginning students during one of our 2 Week Core sessions While these are critical skills to learn the time that s necessary to learn these skills restricts the amount of progress that beginning students can make in our other programs After completing this session a student will be prepared to enter any of our subsequent debate sessions at a level beyond novice beginner and will be prepared to make a more informed choice about which type of debate would be the best fit for their academic and competitive interests This program represents a great opportunity for students to try speech and debate and to learn the necessary skills without committing to a particular type or format for multiple weeks Students in the 1 Week Introduction to Argument Debate are prepared to continue onto the 2 Week Core Public Forum Program 2 Week Core Lincoln Douglas Program or 2 Week Core Individual Events program immediately after the conclusion of the session We also offer a 3 Week Beginner s Flex Package which combines this 1 Week Introduction to Argument with your choice to be determined after the first week of either the 2 Week Core Public Forum Program 2 Week Core Lincoln Douglas Program or 2 Week Core Individual Events program based on the student s interest after having explored the basic framework of competitive debate 2016 1 Week Introduction to Argumention Debate Staff Members Include Check back closer to the start of camp for details on our 2016 staff We will continue to add additional staff members as enrollment and availability dictate Details are posted on additional staff members as they are confirmed 2015 1 Week Introduction to Argumention Debate Staff Members

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  • 2-Week Beginners' Package : Stanford National Forensic Institute
    School Speech 2 Week Middle School Debate Parliamentary Debate 1 Week Parliamentary Program 2 Week Parliamentary Program Worlds Schools Parliamentary Policy Debate 1 Week Policy Debate Workout 2 Week Core Beginners Policy Program 3 Week Beginners Policy Experience 3 Week Core Policy Program 4 Week Policy Experience Policy Intensive Practice Round Session Public Forum Debate 1 Week Public Forum Workout 2 Week Core Public Forum Program 3 Week Public Forum Experience Beginner Public Forum Program Public Forum Intensive Practice Round Session Schedule Why Debate About SNFI About SNFI Location Online San Francisco Bay Area Stanford University SNFI Staff Photo Galleries Client Testimonials Contact Information Legal Information Frequently Asked Questions Video Gallery Photo Gallery Contact Us Request Brochure Apply Now Online Application Need help selecting a program Enrollment Policies Refund Policy Frequently Asked Questions Our 2016 schedule of summer programs is now open for enrollment 2 Week Beginners Package This program starts with the 1 Week Introduction to Argumentation Debate session Students will continue into their choice of programs for the following week at the end of the 1 Week Introduction to Argument Cmpetitive Debate session after having learned base debate skills 2016 2 Week Beginners Package Staff Members Include Check back closer to the start of camp for details on our 2016 staff We will continue to add additional staff members as enrollment and availability dictate Details are posted on additional staff members as they are confirmed 2015 2 Week Beginners Package Staff Members Included Resources Apply Now Need help selecting a program View Camp Photo Video Gallery Tell A Friend Your Name Your Email Friend s Email Friend s Name Read Client Testimonials Brochures Deadlines Enrollment Policies Contact Us Frequently Asked Questions Airport Shuttle Transportation Options Tweet Upcoming Sessions Tentative and Subject to Change Camp 2 Week Beginners Package

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  • 3-Week Beginners' Core Flex Package : Stanford National Forensic Institute
    Information Frequently Asked Questions Video Gallery Photo Gallery Contact Us Request Brochure Apply Now Online Application Need help selecting a program Enrollment Policies Refund Policy Frequently Asked Questions Our 2016 schedule of summer programs is now open for enrollment 3 Week Beginners Core Flex Package This program starts with the 1 Week Introduction to Argumentation Debate session Students will be given the choice of continuing into either the 2 Week Core Public Forum Program the 2 Week Core Lincoln Douglas Program or the 2 Week Core Individual Events program at the end of the 1 Week Introduction to Argument Cmpetitive Debate session after having learned base debate skills and having explored the differences in the available competitive debate formats 2016 3 Week Beginners Core Flex Package Staff Members Include Check back closer to the start of camp for details on our 2016 staff We will continue to add additional staff members as enrollment and availability dictate Details are posted on additional staff members as they are confirmed 2015 3 Week Beginners Core Flex Package Staff Members Included Les Phillips Division Director Public Forum Les Phillips teaches speech and debate at The Nueva School Les also directed debate at James Logan High School and was director of forensics at Lexington High School MA for more than twenty years Les has coached TOC NFL and NCFL national champions and top speakers in policy and Lincoln Douglas debate and his public forum teams have qualified for the Tournament of Champions reached elimination rounds at major national invitationals He has worked at more than twenty five summer workshops including Dartmouth Texas and Northwestern as well as Stanford is a six diamond NFL coach an honor attained by less than 1 of all coaches and served as a member of the NFL National Council during

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