That is, there will be two sides: affirming and denying. One will prove faithful to the fundamental thesis, and another – to refute it. Usually – these are teams of three to five people, max. Team selected on the basis of the specific goals and objectives, the facilitator has set itself. You may want to demonstrate that their students how to speak clearly and beautifully, and – as important to have a large store of knowledge. And then the teams will be the most "talkative" speakers, the most knowledgeable and most confident. Perhaps your goal will help a child who hesitates to speak to large audiences. Then you plug it into the team, but to give him more time than everyone else.
Help him choose the most interesting, and perhaps even unknown to other information. Along with him formulate arguments and teach him how to express their thoughts. And be sure to potreniruete it in a public speech by teaching him a few more simple oratory techniques. You may think helpful to the child has learned to accept the view of another to make it more flexible. Then you turn it into a team that will defend the view opposite to that which adheres to it.
The same can be said with regard to selecting a topic of debate. What educational challenges facing you? What do you want to teach children? After the debate – it's just technology. This is the "how" rather than "what" content can be very different from "exam – it's good" to "Prostitution can be justified." Latitude range of discussed problems depends on how you are willing to discuss how you are informed and believe that will be able to "Deduce" theme in the right direction.