Debate is something best learned by doing; it can't just be taught by lecture. Students will spend much of their time actively participating and bouncing ideas off one another in small groups. After learning a new technique, students will work with the instructor, TAs, and peers to master it themselves. Participants will also practice with fun topics of their own creation. Over the camp, students will collaborate and build their very own debate case, which they will argue on the final day.
From piercing cross-examinations to showstopping conclusions, debate can be an extremely enjoyable and rewarding learning experience. Hemanth and the TAs are always willing to talk 1-on-1, answer questions, and give detailed feedback before, during, and after the camp so students get the best possible experience out of it.