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Results of the MOE-ACJC Intercollegiate Debating Championships 2011

Champions:
Hwa Chong Institution

Runners-up:
SJI International School

Semi-Finalists:
Anglo-Chinese Junior College
Anglo-Chinese School (Independent)

Quarter-Finalists:
Catholic Junior College
NUS High School
Raffles Institution
Victoria Junior College

Best Speaker of the Tournament:
Amaris Lee - Anglo-Chinese School (Independent)

Best Speaker in the Grand Final:
Darion Hotan - Hwa Chong Institution

The top 10 speakers:

1. Amaris Lee - Anglo-Chinese School (Independent)
2. Toh Ghee Wei - Anglo-Chinese Junior College
3. Rohan Shah - Anglo-Chinese School (Independent)
4. David Aw - Anglo-Chinese Junior College
5. Joshua Jesudason - Anglo-Chinese Junior College
6. Ryan Leow - Anglo-Chinese School (Independent)
7. Tan Teck Wei - Raffles Institution
8. Feroz Khan - Catholic Junior College
9. Nicole Lee - Serangoon Junior College
10. Darion Hotan - Hwa Chong Institution

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Wits & Words 2011 Results

Champions:
Rosyth School

Runners-up:
St. Joseph Institution (Junior)

Award Recipient School
Good Speaker Award
  • Christian Yeo
Anglo-Chinese Primary School
  • Aneesh Vinit Wagle
Blangah Rise Primary School
  • Audity Binte Tareq
Greenridge Primary School
  • Ayden Mohan
St Joseph Institution
  • Lydia Ng
Tao Nan School
Best Speaker Award
  • Karisha Tej Kumar Pratabrai
Haig Girls
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Wits & Words 2011 Results

Champions:
Rosyth School

Runners-up:
St. Joseph Institution (Junior)

Award Recipient School
Good Speaker Award
  • Christian Yeo
Anglo-Chinese Primary School
  • Aneesh Vinit Wagle
Blangah Rise Primary School
  • Audity Binte Tareq
Greenridge Primary School
  • Ayden Mohan
St Joseph Institution
  • Lydia Ng
Tao Nan School
Best Speaker Award
  • Karisha Tej Kumar Pratabrai
Haig Girls
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Youth Debate Open 2011

A message from the organiser of the Youth Debate Open:

Hi all!

The Second Season of Youth Debate Open (YDO) 2011 is back! The YDO 2011, organised by the Youth Executive Committee (YEC) of the Jelutung Community Club @ Canberra, is targeted at only Secondary School debaters. All school teams and independent teams are warmly welcomed! :)

The tournament details are as follows:

Dates

Preliminary Round: 18th June (Sat)

Semi Finals and Finals: 25th June (Sat), 2011

Timing

Preliminary Round: 9.30am-5.30pm

Semi Finals and Finals: 4pm-7.30pm

Venue

Preliminary Round: Anglo-Chinese Junior College

Semi Finals and Finals: The Jelutung Community Club @ Canberra

Debating Format

World's Schools Debating Style (WSDC)

6 minute speeches with POIs

3 minute reply speeches without POIs

Rounds

18th June: 3 Preliminary Rounds (1st Prepared, 2nd and 3rd Impromptu)

25th June: Semi-finals (Prepared) and Grand Finals (Impromptu)

Motion for Round 1 and Semi-finals will be released via email to theTeam Captains on 11h June and 22nd June respectively

Theme

ASEAN Relations

Age Restriction

Secondary School Level

Team Size

Minimum of 3 members, Maximum of 5 members

Reg. Fees

$50 per team. Payment on 18th June 2011

Reg. Deadline

1st June 2011

Do feel free to contact the organiser, Ms Lim Cheng Hui at lch93lily@gmail.com or 9732 3655 for any clarifications.

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June Holidays Debate Camp for Beginners 2011 - UPDATE

Dear all,

Debate Association (Singapore), with the kind support of NUS Law Faculty, will be conducting a 2-day Beginners' Debate Day Camp from 30 May (Monday) to 31 May (Tuesday). The Camp will be held from 9.30am-5pm on Monday and Tuesday. It is a stay-out camp, to be conducted at the National University of Singapore Bukit Timah Campus (469G Bukit Timah Road).

This Beginners' Camp is an annual camp organised by Debate Association (Singapore) and will target Primary 5 - Secondary 2 students who have no or little debating experience.

The camp will be conducted in the form of lectures, workshops and group activities and seeks to introduce the participants to public speaking and the basics of debating.

The cost fee of the camp is $80/- per participant. This will include training materials, lunch and administrative costs. Please sign up for the camp in the form below by 24 May 2011. We will then email you more details by 26 May 2011. Should you not receive any details by then, please email junyi@debates.org.sg.

Do email Jun Yi at junyi@debates.org.sg should you have any queries or if you are interested in volunteering as a trainer for the camp!

Thank you and we hope to see you at the camp!

REGISTRATION FORM
If you are unable to view this form, please access the form from the link here.

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Results of 2011 SSSDC

Dear all,


The results of the Singapore Secondary Schools Debating Championships DC 2011 (Organised and sponsored by Julia Gabriel Centre for Learning and co-organised by Debate Association (Singapore) for Divisions I, II and III are as follows:

DIVISION I
Champions:
Raffles Institution

Runners-up:
National Junior College (Junior High)


Third place:
Raffles Girls' School


Fourth place:
S.J.I. International School


Quarter-finalists:
Anglo-Chinese School (Independent)
C.H.I.J. St. Nicholas Girls

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Contact Info

Debate Association (Singapore)

outreach@debates.org.sg