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international debate education association:国际辩论教育协会.pdf
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1 international debate education association Judge Accreditation Standards Not only are judges necessary for the practical functioning of any speech or debate event, but they also make invaluable contributions as educators. In interacting with judges, students e motivated to participate in speech and debate activities and to improve their speech and debate skills. A judge, therefore, should remain aware that his or her role is not simply to decide a winner or rank participants, but also to ensure that the experience is educational for all students. Accordingly, judges should be familiar with the protocol for judging particular events, and always remain cognizant of proper judging behavior. For detailed procedures regarding the judging of specific events, please refer to the sections related to those events in the IDEA Rules of Events . I. The minimum standards for the local accreditation of judges are that they: ? are listed in DebateTracker ? have 10 rounds of judging experience, recorded in DebateTracker ? have participated in an IDEA sanctioned training of judges ? have pleting a training seminar which included the judging of an actual round and the offering of proper feedback to the students II. Basic Judging Behavior During a speech or debate event, judges act as impartial observers, and as such it is essential that they practice professional conduct and maintain a dignified bearing. By the same token, judges should encourage a positive atmosphere before, during, and after a round, and should project support for all students. Overall, judges should adhere to the following basic guidelines: A. A judge must be punctual in arriving for a round. A judge must arrive on time for the round over which he or she is to preside. He or she should be diligent in determining whether he or she appears on the schematic and should remain aware of a tournament’s schedule and rules and when rounds are to occur. A judge should know the layout of the tournament’s location so as not to arrive late to a round . A judge should determine if a tournament will provide ballots at the round, or if he or she must procure ballots before the round. In all cases, judges should be accessible between rounds, in case they are needed to judge additional events. B. A judge must not preside over rounds in which there is a conflict of interest. Judges should not judge debaters when a possible conflict of interest could create the appearance of impropriety. Accordingly, a judge should not judge a team or student from the school (in the case of a local tournament) or country (in the case of an international tournament) that they represent. She or he should not judge a team or a student whom they have previously coached. Moreover, when interacting with students, a judge should be sensitive to appearances. While he or 2 she should be engaging and friendly, 内容来自淘豆网www.taodocs.com转载请标明出处.