Forensics

Competitive speaking is an important co-curricular activity through which students are offered training and experience in developing their oral communication skills.

In intercollegiate forensics (speech/debate) there are two classes of competition: Debate and Individual Events.

Debate events include: Lincoln Douglas, Policy, and Parliamentary.

Individual events include: prose, poetry, screen plays, movie/radio scripts, and several types of platform speeches.

There are also two categories of what is called limited preparation: the student prepares the speech as part of the competition and has no idea about the topic until the scheduled event.

 

  FCSAA Forensics State Advisor  

John Schultz
Tallahassee Community College
schultzj@tcc.fl.edu

 

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