The Oxford Scholars Seniors have settled in after their first 24 hours on the new topic. The lab is writing three affirmatives this wave -- a policy version of the revokation of the gag rule policy, a critical version of the revokation of the gag rule policy, and an Aff that increases assistance to the military in South Africa to stop disease spread.
Students yesterday engaged with Dan, Casey, and Tara on what makes for good affirmatives on this year's topic. Students heard three lectures on Africa and started researching.
The kiddos are energized, engaged, and ready to go!
Tuesday, June 26, 2007
Monday, June 25, 2007
Registration went swimmingly. We started the day with our first labs and some lectures. Ben Voth lectured on the history of public health, Rebecca Voth proved that most campers in fact were not smarter than a 5th grader. Mike Risen lectured on the topic. We talked about possible Aff ground and how the topic is shaping up.
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Posted by Sarah Spring at 6/25/2007 12:08:00 PM