WUDC Judge

training 

In this module, we discuss the most fundamental skill of being a good judge: tracking or note-taking. By the end of this module, you should have an understanding of why this skill is crucial, and have the confidence to experiment with different approaches to see what works best for you.

As a starting point, the theory video for this module covers some broad principles that you should consider when designing your own tracking style and habits.

answering your questions...

Welcome to the official WUDC 2021 judge training program!

The programme deals with a series of topics which are essential for proper adjudication, but at the same time, suffer from lack of consistency.

 

In it, we are going to provide a collection of 'from theory to practice' videos that will have adjudication exercises attached on topics that range from fundamental skills such as how to track a debate and do comparisons, to more advanced skills, like panel discussion management.

 

Each topic, or module, will hopefully be useful for everyone, from beginners who have judged a few tournaments through to those who have judged early outrounds at WUDC. Modules will consist of a combination of theory videos, example videos, notes, and exercises. These resources are designed to be used in conjunction with each other, or with another debate recording elsewhere.

We may give formal credit for those that watch all the videos and complete all the exercises. Newer WUDC judges will get to claim a completion of the course as part of their CV for Worlds. A certification can serve as an equaliser for those that have fewer chances to participate in tournaments and judge with highly trained adjudicators.

answering your questions...

Welcome to the official WUDC 2021 judge training program!

The programme deals with a series of topics which are essential for proper adjudication, but at the same time, suffer from lack of consistency.

 

In it, we are going to provide a collection of 'from theory to practice' videos that will have adjudication exercises attached on topics that range from fundamental skills such as how to track a debate and do comparisons, to more advanced skills, like panel discussion management.

 

Each topic, or module, will hopefully be useful for everyone, from beginners who have judged a few tournaments through to those who have judged early outrounds at WUDC. Modules will consist of a combination of theory videos, example videos, notes, and exercises. These resources are designed to be used in conjunction with each other, or with another debate recording elsewhere.

We may give formal credit for those that watch all the videos and complete all the exercises. Newer WUDC judges will get to claim a completion of the course as part of their CV for Worlds. A certification can serve as an equaliser for those that have fewer chances to participate in tournaments and judge with highly trained adjudicators.

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