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National Schools Debating Championship (NSDC) merupakan lomba debat bahasa Inggris tingkat nasional. Lomba ini dilaksanakan untuk menjaring siswa-siswa unggul yang akan mengikuti World School Debating Championship (WSDC), ke tingkat Internasional. National Schools Debating Championship ini merupakan suatu wahana bagi seluruh penerima didik, sebagai ajang unjuk kemampuan dan kreativitas berdebat dengan banyak sekali bidang ilmu pengetahuan ihwal isu-isu global masa sekarang biar berpikir kritis serta bisa menyebarkan potensi secara menyeluruh dan seimbang pada semua aspek kecerdasan. Kegiatan ini akan diikuti oleh 34 tim perwakilan dari 34 provinsi seluruh Indonesia yang terdiri dari 3 (tiga) orang siswa dan 1 (satu) orang pendamping. Sehubungan hal tersebut, Direktorat Jenderal Pendidikan Dasar dan Menengah, Kementerian Pendidikan dan Kebudayaan Republik Indonesia akan melakukan acara NSDC ini pada tanggal 13-18 Agustus 2019, di Provinsi Kalimantan Selatan.

Adapun tujuan dari pelaksanaan NSDC/ National Schools Debating Championship Tahun 2019 ini antara lain:

1. Umum
a. Memperluas wawasan para siswa biar bisa bersaing secara kompetitif dan berkomunikasi secara efektif dalam bahasa Inggris.
b. Melatih siswa biar terbiasa memberikan pendapat dengan baik, serta berpikir kritis, kreatif, analitis, konstruktif dan bersikap sportif.
c. Membekali siswa sebagai anggota masyarakat yang potensial dengan wawasan pengetahuan dan kemampuan berkomunikasi yang baik.

2. Khusus
a. Membangun antusiasme yang tinggi dari seluruh penerima untuk mengikuti perlombaan dalam bahasa inggris.
b. Membangun kemampuan berpikir kritis siswa mengenai isu-isu positif yang sedang terjadi di dalam maupun luar negeri.
c. Membangun kesadaran siswa akan pentingnya toleransi dan menghormati perbedaan berpendapat.
d. Menjaring siswa untuk mewakili tim Indonesia di ajang World Schools Debating Championship (WSDC).

A. Kriteria Peserta

1. Perwakilan provinsi yang merupakan 3 penerima terbaik (Best Speakers) yang didapat dari hasil kompetisi yang diselenggarakan oleh provinsi.
2. Peserta merupakan Warga Negara Indonesia yang bertempat tinggal dan menempuh pendidikan di wilayah Republik Indonesia.
3. Pendebat ialah penerima didik aktif (kelas X, XI, XII) pada ketika seleksi tingkat nasional, di SMA/MA Negeri atau Swasta yang dibuktikan dengan Kartu Tanda Pelajar.
4. Peserta belum berusia 19 tahun pada ketika seleksi tingkat provinsi.
5. Peserta belum pernah menjadi pemenang (Juara Tim 1,2,3,4 / Semifinalis) maupun pembicara terbaik (Best Speakers) dari NSDC dan LDBI tingkat nasional.
6. Juri N1 ialah guru tetap sekolah dari provinsi asal pendebat.
7. Juri N1 wajib mengikuti seminar penjurian, pengakuan penjurian dan proses penjurian selama lomba. Apabila juri N1 tidak mengikuti agenda kegiatan, maka tim provinsi dari juri N1 bersangkutan hanya diperbolehkan bertanding di babak penyisihan.

B. Kategorisasi Tim

Pelaksanaan NSDC tingkat nasional mempunyai kategorisasi tim menurut pada hasil yang diraih tim provinsi tersebut di NSDC tingkat nasional dari tahun 2016-2018. Kategorisasi tim untuk NSDC tahun 2019 bisa dilihat pada konstitusi NSDC terlampir.

C. Mekanisme Seleksi & Sistem Lomba

1) Tingkat Sekolah Masing-masing sekolah melakukan seleksi untuk memilih satu tim terbaik untuk diikutkan dalam seleksi tingkat kabupaten/kota atau Provinsi. Seleksi harus dilakukan dengan sistem debat parlemen. Sistem kompetisi setidaknya harus dilakukan dengan 3 (tiga) babak penyisihan.
2) Tingkat Kabupaten/Kota
Masing-masing Kabupaten/Kota wajib melakukan seleksi, untuk memilih tim yang terdiri atas tiga debaters terbaik (best speakers) dari babak penyisihan (bukan babak eliminasi/final dan satu orang sebagai N1 adjudicator. Tim tersebut akan mewakili kabupaten/ kota pada seleksi tingkat provinsi. Seleksi harus dilakukan dengan sistem debat parlemen. Sistem kompetisi setidaknya harus dilakukan dengan 3 (tiga) babak penyisihan.

3) Tingkat Provinsi
Masing-masing provinsi wajib melakukan seleksi, untuk memilih satu tim terbaik. Satu tim terdiri atas tiga siswa sebagai debater (best speakers) dan satu orang sebagai N1 adjudicator yang selanjutnya berhak untuk mengikuti seleksi tingkat nasional. Seleksi harus dilakukan dengan sistem debat parlemen. Sistem kompetisi setidaknya harus dilakukan dengan 3 (tiga) babak penyisihan.
Untuk pelaksanaan seleksi tingkat provinsi, pihak dinas pendidikan provinsi harus berkoordinasi dengan pihak Direktorat PSMA, Kemendikbud. Koordinasi ini berupa monitoring dalam hal jadwal seleksi, perangkat seleksi (juri) dan sistem pertandingan. Pihak Direktorat PSMA, Kemendiknbud sangat menyarankan Dinas Pendidikan Provinsi untuk melibatkan guru-guru hasil Training of Trainer (TOT) Debat Bahasa Tingkat Nasional Tahun 2016 dan 2018. Jadwal pelaksanaan seleksi NSDC tingkat provinsi sebaiknya dilakukan minimal 3 (tiga) hari dan maksimal 4 (empat) hari bergantung pada jumlah tim penerima seleksi di masing-masing provinsi. Acuan jadwal acara seleksi NSDC tingkat provinsi terlampir.

4) Tingkat Nasional
Seleksi tingkat nasional akan diikuti oleh tim debat provinsi se Indonesia yang berjumlah 34 tim. Tim yang berhak mewakili provinsi ialah 3 (tiga) pembicara terbaik hasil seleksi provinsi.
Proses pemilihan tingkat nasional:
a. Satu tim terdiri dari 3 (tiga) orang siswa pembicara terbaik perwakilan provinsi yang diperoleh melalui kompetisi yang diselenggarakan di tingkat provinsi.
b. Berdasarkan nilai individu (Individual score), 15 penerima yang meraih peringkat Best Speakers dari putaran nasional babak penyisihan akan menempuh proses pembinaan untuk seleksi delegasi WSDC.
c. Dari proses seleksi individu di atas, dipilih 4 penerima terbaik yang akan dinobatkan menjadi kandidat tim Indonesia untuk mewakili di ajang WSDC.

Kriteria Penilaian

Penilaian didasarkan pada kriteria sebagai berikut:

1. Isi ( content)
Isi ialah Logika argumentasi yang disampaikan oleh para pembicara, terlepas dari gaya bicaranya. Isi dinilai dari kekuatan logika, relevansi argument, dan penggunaan data- data yang terkait dengan topik debat. Sanggahan terhadap argumentasi lawan juga bobot yang sama dengan argument, yang harus di buktikan kecerdikan serta relevansinya. Komponen ini mempunyai bobot 40% dari keseluruhan penilaian.

2. Penyampaian (style)
Penyampaian ialah cara pendebat memberikan argumentasinya menyangkut bagaimana pembicara mengontrol dan mengelola bahasa tubuh, volume suara, kontak mata dan variasi ekspresi untuk menciptakan pidatonya menarik dan yummy didengarkan. Komponen ini mempunyai bobot 40% dari keseluruhan penilaian.

3. Strategi (strategy)
Strategi menyangkut bagaimana pembicara memanfaatkan waktu yang diberikan dengan baik dan memakai taktik pembelaan dan perlawanan dengan baik. Struktur penyampaian juga termasuk dalam strategi. Komponen ini mempunyai bobot 20% dari keseluruhan penilaian.

Pada kepingan IV disebutkan bahwa:

A. Peserta

Persyaratan
1. Peserta NSDC adalah Warga Negara Indonesia yang bertempat tinggal dan menempuh pendidikan di wilayah Republik Indonesia
2. Satu tim harus terdiri atas tiga debaters dan satu N1 adjudicator.
3. Debater ialah siswa aktif Sekolah Menengah Atas, MA, swasta atau negeri yang dibuktikan dengan Kartu Pelajar/Surat Tugas.
4. N1 Adjudicator ialah guru tetap dari Provinsi asal pendebat.
5. Debater wajib mengikuti Seminar on Debating.
6. N1 adjudicator wajib mengikuti Seminar on Adjudicating, Adjudicator Accreditation dan mengikuti proses penjurian/adjudication selama lomba. Apabila Juri N1 tidak mengikuti acara yang dimaksud, maka tim Provinsi dari guru yang bersangkutan hanya diperbolehkan bertanding di babak penyisihan.
7. Anggota tim dihentikan diganti dengan alasan apapun selama perlombaan.

Pendaftaran

1. Pendaftaran seleksi tingkat Provinsi dilakukan di masing-masing Dinas Pendidikan Provinsi.
2. Pelaksana seleksi Provinsi mendaftarkan tim wakil Provinsi ke panitia NSDC di Direktorat Pembinaan SMA, Kementerian Pendidikan dan Kebudayaan.

Pada kepingan V dijelaskan pula ihwal jadwal, waktu dan daerah pelaksanaan NSDC tahun 2019.

A. Waktu dan Tempat
Kegiatan NSDC berlangsung pada tanggal 13-18 Agustus 2019 di Provinsi Kalimantan Selatan.

B. Persidangan
Kegiatan NSDC ini intinya terdiri dari pembukaan, seminar, seleksi debat dan penutupan.
1. Pembukaan
Dalam pembukaan akan disampaikan pengarahaan oleh Direktur Jenderal Pendidikan Menengah, Kementerian Pendidikan dan Kebudayaan sekaligus membuka secara resmi acara NSDC Tahun 2019.
2. Seminar
Dalam acara ini akan disajikan beberapa informasi yang berkaitan dengan cara debat, sistem seleksi, penjurian dan sebagainya. Pemberian informasi ini akan disampaikan oleh ketua Tim Juri National Schools Debating Championship (NSDC) dan nara sumber lainnya.
3. Seleksi Debat
Dalam seleksi debat, akan dilakukan evaluasi bagi para penerima ibarat yang tercantum dalam Jadwal.
4. Penutupan
Dalam program penutupan akan disampaikan kesan dan pesan dari peserta, pengumuman pemenang akan dipilih 15 (lima belas) best speakers. Pemberian sertifikat/ piagam penghargaan pemenang dan dilanjutkan dengan penutupan secara resmi NSDC tahun 2019, oleh Direktur Pembinaan SMA.

C. Jadwal

KEGIATAN WAKTU TEMPAT
Seleksi Tingkat
Sekolah
Januari - Maret
2019
Sekolah masing-masing
Seleksi Tingkat Kabupaten/
Kota
Maret - April 2019 Kabupaten/Kota masing- masing
Seleksi Tingkat
Provinsi
April - Juni 2019 Provinsi masing-masing
NSDC Nasional 13 - 18 Agustus 2019 Banjarmasin, Kalimantan Selatan

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LAMPIRAN

CONSTITUTION OF THE NATIONAL SCHOOLS DEBATING CHAMPIONSHIPS (NSDC)
ARTICLE 1
FORMAT
a. The format for debates in the Championships is three
speakers a side with only two teams in each debate, one as
a proposition, and the other as opposition.
b. After all speakers have spoken once, the first or second
speaker for each side gives a reply speech, with the
opposition reply going first and the proposition second.
c. Speaking time for speeches is 8 minutes, and for reply
speeches 4 minutes.
d. The method of giving timing signals to speakers is at the
decision of the Chief Adjudicator and/or Committee.
e. In addition to Article 1 (d), shall no specific methods are
announce, in general team members both in the debate or
in the audience may give time signals to a speaker provided
that the signals are polite and do not disturb the flow of
the debate.
f. Before a debate begins, each team must inform the
chairperson of the names of their three speakers and the
order they will be speaking in.
g. The only persons who may speak in a debate are the three
speakers for each team announced by the chairperson at
the start of that debate.
h. During a debate, speakers may not communicate with their coach, other team members who are not speaking in that
debate, or any person in the audience, except to receive
time signals in accordance with Article 1 (e).
i. Without reducing the bound in Article 1 (g), if, during a
debate, a speaker declares that they are unable to make
their speech, another speaker from that team who was
announced by the chairperson as speaking in that debate
may give a speech in substitution.
j. If a substitute speech is given in accordance with Article
1 (i), judges shall award that speech the lowest possible
score within the Marking Standard, regardless of the
quality of the speech. (If such a situation occurs, the marks
for this speech shall not be used in the calculation for any
individual speaker rankings or awards).
k. Article 1 (j) shall not apply in the case of reply speeches
provided that, in accordance with Article 1 (b), the reply
speech is delivered by either the first or second speaker on
the team.
l. Further information and specific details regarding debating
rules and regulation shall refer to the Debating Handbook.

ARTICLE 2
ELIGIBILITY
a. Each province may only send one team to compete at the
Championships.
b. A member of a province’s team must:
1. have been a full-time student at a secondary school in the province within six months before the start of the
Championships; and
2. have reached their 14th birthday by the start of the
Championships;
3. not have reached their 19th birthday by the end of the
Championships (in lieu with WSDC Rules and Regulations
Rule 12.2.3); and
4. ensure that they have not been enrolled at a university
or post-secondary school institution(s) where their first
semester of study begins on or before the opening day
of the WSDC that is in context with the Championships
(in lieu with WSDC Rules and Regulation Rule 12.2.4).
5. Further adjustments towards Article 2 (b section 1 – 4)
shall be in the discretion of the Committee upon any
and all arising necessities.
c. The selection and composition of a provincial team should
refer to the regulations prescribed in the supplement
under the title of Debating Handbook.
d. A team may only have three members.
e. For the purposes of Article 2 (b section 4), where a student
is between school and post-secondary study, in accordance
with WSDC Rules and Regulation Rule 12.5; the period of
six months is calculated from the end of the student’s final
school term.
f. Definitions of institutions:
1. Students completing an extra year of schooling beyond
normal requirements at an institution that is plainly a secondary school only, but which gives no tertiary
credits, are eligible providing they meet the age
criteria.
g. Each province which sends a team to the Championships
shall apoint a person that shall serve as their n=1
adjudicator, who shall follow all the provided protocols for
n=1 adjes in compliance with the Debating Handbook.
h. In the spirit of providing broadened access and opportunity,
the Committee shall have the discretion to opt to activate
the Individual Wild Card system, in which:
a. Any and all individuals that meet the requirements
stated in Article 2 (b section 1 – 4) shall be allowed to
register under the system referred in Article 2 (h).
b. The mechanism and process of selecting the nominees
that shall be granted the Wild Card status shall
be determined and be informed publicly by the
Committee at latest twelve weeks before the start of
the Championships.
c. The amount of the individuals that shall be granted the
Wild Card status is in the discretion of the Committee.
d. Individuals registering for the Wild Card status shall
consentually agree to self-finance their transportation
and accommodation shall they be granted such status
in the Championships.
e. In coordination with the Chief Adjudicator, the
Committee shall appoint the Individuals into a
Composite Team in which the consideration of the
composition is based on no specific preference.
f. In pursuant to the regulations in the Debating
Handbook, the Composite team shall not have the
right to go through to the elimination rounds of the
Championships.
g. Regardless of the limitations stated in Article 2 (h
section 6), the individuals in the Composite Team shall
remain the right to be elected as the Top Speakers
for the function which is informed in the Debating
Handbook.
ARTICLE 3
THE DRAW
a. Every team shall debate five other teams in the preliminary
rounds. The draw for the preliminary debates shall use
a method that has been pre-determined by the Chief
Adjudicator and his/her adjudication core.
b. As far as possible, each team shall have the same number
of debates on any day as any other teams. A team may not
debate more than three times in a day in the preliminary
rounds unless the team agrees prior to the start of the
Championships.
c. At the end of the preliminary rounds, teams shall be
ranked according to the number of wins. If teams are
tied on the same number of wins, t
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a. Number of adjudicators in favor of the team; then
b. Average judges’ scores for each team.
d. The top 16 teams shall debate in Octo-Finals as follows:
Octo A – Rank 1 vs Rank 16
Octo B – Rank 2 vs Rank 15
Octo C – Rank 3 vs Rank 14
Octo D – Rank 4 vs Rank 13
Octo E – Rank 5 vs Rank 12
Octo F – Rank 6 vs Rank 11
Octo G – Rank 7 vs Rank 10
Octo H – Rank 8 vs Rank 9
e. The winners of the Octo-Finals shall debate in the QuarterFinals as follows:
Quarter A – Winner of Octo A vs Winner of Octo H
Quarter B – Winner of Octo B vs Winner of Octo G
Quarter C – Winner of Octo C vs Winner of Octo F
Quarter D – Winner of Octo D vs Winner of Octo E
f. The winners of the Quarter-Finals shall debate in the SemiFinals as follows:
Semi A – Winner of Quarter A vs Winner of Quarter D
Semi B – Winner of Quarter B vs Winner of Quarter C
g. The winners of the Semi-Finals shall compete in the Grand
Final debate.
h. All other teams shall be ranked according the round of the
championships the team reached and, where equal, their
preliminary round ranking (in accordance with Article 3
(c)).
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ARTICLE 4
JUDGES
a. All championship debates shall be judged by an oddnumbered panel of judges, with the ideal number being at
least a panel of three.
b. If the number of accredited judges do not suffice to have
a panel of three for all debate rounds as regulated in
Article 4 (a), the Chief Adjudicator reserves the right to
decide which rounds may be judged with a single judge,
considering that judge is deemed capable to serve as a
single judge.
c. A judge should behave, act, and present themselves in a
proper and mannerful decorum, in which details of such
shall be contained in the Debating Handbook.
d. Judges shall not judge a team in which they have affiliation
with; both professional and personal, the paramaters of
which shall be the discretion of the Chief Adjudicator.
e. A judge shall not be a coach of a team at the championship.
f. A judge may judge the same team more than once, provided
that the judge does not judge that team a disproportionate
number of times.
g. A debate is won by the team which has a majority of the
votes of the judges, where in the case of a single judge,
the method of how to reflect a unanimous and/or split
judge votes shall be determined by the Chief Adjudicator.
h. The marking standard, rules of debate, and principles of
judging, are set out in the Debating Handbook which is
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used as the single reference to this Constitution.
i. The Debating Handbook is part of this Constitution and
may be amended in the same way that these Articles may
be amended.
j. The Chief Adjudicator and/or Tournament Committee
shall ensure that judges are familiar with the Debating
Handbook and any guidelines and instructional material
authorized by them.
k. All judges shall judge in accordance with the Adjudication
Handbook and any guidelines and instructional material
authorized by the Chief Adjudicator.
l. To be eligible to judge at a championship (“an eligible/
invited judge”) a person must:
a. hold an acceptable Adjudication accreditation score in
which the standards and source of accreditation shall
be nominated by the Chief Adjudicator,
b. be experienced at judging at the highest level of senior
school or university debates and have judged such
debates regularly during the two years prior to the
Championship.
m. The Chief Adjudicator may accept a person to be an eligible
invited judge at a Championship who does not meet the
requirements as stated in Article 4 (l) if:
a. that person has judged at this Championship previously,
or
b. in the opinion of the Chief Adjudicator, the person
is sufficiently experienced and competent to be an
eligible invited judge.
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n. Judges for all Championship debates, including the Grand
Final, are to be selected for their ability to judge, not
because they hold any particular office or occupation.
o. The Chief Adjudicator may at any time, as a result of an
assesment during the course of the Championship, decide
that that judge should not judge any debates, or should not
judge any further debates without a further assessment if
the Chief Adjudicator is satisfied that there is sufficient
doubt about that judge‘s ability to judge competently or
impartially.
p. In undertaking an assesment in accordance with Article 4
(o), the Chief Adjudicator may take into consideration:
a. whether the judge has been able or unable to give
sufficient reasons for awarding the debate to one team
as against another;
b. whether the judge has misdirected himself or herself as
to some or more of the rules of debate to a significant
extent;
c. whether the judge has made remarks to a team or
other participant at the championship in a way that
casts significant doubt as to the judge’s competence or
impartiality;
d. whether as a result of excessive consumption of alcohol
or other substances or tiredness or sickness or other
such factors, the ability or perceived ability of the
judge to judge competently is seriously in question;
e. whether a complaint has been upheld against the judge
in pursuant to Article 5 (g);
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f. any representations made by the judge in question;
g. any other matter the Chief Adjudicator considers
relevant.
q. Before deciding whether a judge should not judge a further
debate or debates, the Chief Adjudicator in conjunction
with the Chief Adjudicator‘s core shall determine whether
the matter could be more appropriately resolved by
counseling or other appropriate procedure.
r. In undertaking an assessment provided for the judge in
question, the Chief Adjudicator shall:
a. inform himself or herself of evidence and facts as he or
she deems fit; and
b. consult with the Chief Adjudication Core.
s. Notwithstanding Articles 4 (o) – (p), no result of any debate
shall be overturned.

ARTICLE 5
THE CHIEF ADJUDICATOR AND THE COMPLAINTS
PROCEDURE
a. There shall be one Chief Adjudicator for each Championships.
b. The Committee and/or Organizing team from the
Directorate for Secondary Education of the Ministry of
Education and Cultural Affairs shall determine the process
of appointing the Chief Adjudicator.
c. In accordance with this Constitution, the Chief Adjudicator
is responsible for:
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1. determining the eligibility of judges,
2. pelatihan judges prior to the start of the championship,
3. assessing whether eligible judges are competent to
judge debates,
4. assigning judges to debates,
5. recording results of debates,
6. determining the team rankings at the end of the
preliminary rounds,
7. determining the draw for the Octo-Finals, QuarterFinals, Semi -Finals and Grand Final, and;
8. any other matter connected with the adjudication of
debates at a championship.
d. Prior to start of a Championship the Chief Adjudicator
may nominate a panel of senior and experienced judges
from different provinces to assist his/her responsibilities,
who will hold status as Deputy Chief Adjudicator in the
Championship.
e. In pursuant of Article 5 (d), this only applies if the Deputy
Chief Adjudicator have not been appointed beforehand.
f. A member of the Chief Adjudicator‘s core may advise and
assist the Chief Adjudicator, but may not independently
carry out any of the Chief Adjudicator‘s responsibilities or
exercise the Chief Adjudicator‘s powers.
g. Any complaint about a judge in a particular debate shall be
made to the Chief Adjudicator:
1. Within 24 hours of the alleged incident giving rise to
the complaint, by:
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a. a judge or judges accredited by the Chief
Adjudicator for the tournament and who were on a
panel of judges with the judge who is the subject
of the complaint; or
b. the official and registered coach or team manager
or teacher of a team participating in the tournament
who shall make the complaint in writing.
h. Complaints shall include but are not necessarily restricted
to one or more of the following:
1. Upon receipt of a complaint pursuant to Article 5 (g),
the Chief Adjudicator shall determine:
a. whether the complaint can be resolved without
further investigation; or
b. whether the complaint requires further investigation
in which case the Chief Adjudicator shall undertake
such further investigation including but not limited
to talking to:
1.the judge who is the subject of the complaint;
and
2.other judges on the panel with that judge; and/
or
3.Coaches, Teachers present at the debate; and/or
4. such other persons as the Chief Adjudicator shall
deem appropriate.
i. In conjunction with the Chief Adjudicator’s Core, the Chief
Adjudicator shall determine the complaint by:
1. dismissing the complaint; or
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2. upholding the complaint; or
3. taking no further action; or
4. counselling the judge; or
5. any other actions deemed necessary by the Chief
Adjudicator to resolve the situation.
j. No determination pursuant to Article 5 (i section 2) shall
be made without the further investigation to which Article 5
(h section 1a) refers and in particular, without first speaking
to the judge who is the subject of the complaint.
k. Where a complaint has been determined according to
Article 5 (i section 1), the Chief Adjudicator shall advise
the following people:
1. The person or persons who made the complaint, either
in writing if the complaint was in writing or verbally if
the complaint was made verbally.
2. Where the determination according to Article 5 (i
section 1) is the result of the further investigation to
which Article 5 (h section 1a) refers, the judge who
was the subject of the complaint shall be advised in
writing.
l. Where any complaint has been determined pursuant to
Article 5 (i section 2), the Chief Adjudicator shall advise
the following people in writing:
1. The person or persons who made the complaint;
2. The judge who was the subject of complaint;
m. Notwithstanding Articles 5 (g) – (l), no result of any debate
shall be overturned.
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ARTICLE 6
MOTIONS
a. The Chief Adjudicator along with his/her Core shall select
all motions for debate at the Championship.
b. At latest eight weeks prior to the start of the championship,
the Core shall forward to the Comittee the list of motions
it has selected for prepared debates including the Grand
Final.
c. The Committee shall notify all teams of the prepared
motions for debate.
d. At least one day before the start of the Championship
the Core shall already prepare a set of motions for the
impromptu rounds.
e. The number of impromptu motions that shall be prepared
by the Core in pursuant of Article 6 (d) should be at least
one more motion than the total number of impromptu
rounds.
ARTICLE 7
IMPROMPTU DEBATES
a. At the discretion of the Committee, up to one-half of the
debates for any team in the preliminary rounds may be
impromptu debates, provided that every team has as close
as possible to the same number of impromptu debates as
every other team in the preliminary rounds.
b. The preparation time and procedure for impromptu debates
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are in the discretion of the host, provided that:
1. both teams in an impromptu debate receive the topic
(or choice of topics) at the same time,
2. insofar as possible, each team shall have the same
number of affirmative and negative sides in impromptu
debates, and
3. both teams in an impromptu debate are given similar
preparation rooms and conditions.
c. A person taking part in the preparation of an impromptu
debate may not take into the preparation room a telephone,
computer or any other device capable of communicating or
accessing information outside the preparation room.

ARTICLE 8
AWARDS AND PUNISHMENTS
a. Special awards shall be given at the conclusion of each
championship and classified into two:
1. Awards for Team Number:
a. Trophy and gold medal for the winner (1st
best team); trophy and silver medal for the
runner-up (2nd best team); and trophy and
bronze medal for two semi-finalists (3rd best
team).
b. Cash awards for the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd best
teams
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2. Awards for Individual Number:
a. Medals will be given to the Top 15 Best Speakers
with category as follows; Gold medals will
be given to the 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and 5th best
speakers; Silver medals will be given to the
6th, 7th, 8th, 9th, and 10th best speakers; and
Bronze medals will be given to the 11th, 12th,
13th, 14th, and 15th best speakers.
b. A special trophy will be given to the top (1st)
best speaker and the top (1st) N1 adjudicator.
c. Certificate will be given to the top 5 best N1
adjudicators.
3. In the case of tie speakers’ score, the rank will be
determined with terms as follows:
a. The higher speaker’s score in the 5th, 4th, 3rd,
2nd, and 1st preliminary round consecutively;
b. In the case of another tie after applying
article 8 section (3a), the speaker’s rank will
be determined by the higher overall team’s
score in the 5th, 4th, 3rd, 2nd, and 1st preliminary
round consecutively;
4. The overall winner of the National Debating
Championship will be determined by the
overall medal tally from LDBI and NSDC, sorted
consecutively on the tally of gold, silver, and
bronze medal.
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a. The form of the awards described in Articles
8 (a section 1 – 3) shall be wholly at the
discretion of the Committee.
b. The host may also decide to acknowledge
or give awards to other teams or speakers.
In respect to punishments on the accounts
of any violation on either one or more or all
of the Articles written in this Constitution,
it shall be within the discretion of the Chief
Adjudicator and/or Committee to prescribe
appropriate and proportional punishments
towards any and/or all violators.

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