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Deadline: October 10, 2016. 5:00 PM. LRC-305.


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GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS.
The format of the module is short written essay (meaning, all answers are
in full paragraph or sentence format). You will answer series of questions.
ALL questions shall be answered briefly(a minimum of 1, 3 or 5 sentences).
ALL ANSWERS shall be NUMBERED accordingly.
Questions pertain to the role of the Prime Minister and Leader of the
Opposition.
CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORK FOR PRIME MINISTER'S SPEECH
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Write a Greeting for Adjudicator, Audience, and Opposition Team (minimum of 3 sentences).
State the motion for debate (1 sentence).
State the best case model for the motion (1 sentence).
List and define key terms relevant to the motion (minimum of 5 sentences).
Discuss the Parameters or limitations of the debate (minimum of 5 sentences).
Given the definition, case model, and parameters, state the Government Team's Position
Statement(1 sentence).
7) Choose only one case model (the best case model):
A) Need Case Model
i. List down the problems (minimum of 3 sentences).
ii. Explain the importance of the problems (minimum of 5 sentences).
iii. Explain the persistence of the problems (minimum of 5 sentences).
iv. Explain the serious effects of the problems (minimum of 5 sentences).
v. Restate the position statement as your solution-proposal (1 sentence).
vi. List down the benefits or advantages of the proposal (minimum of 3 sentences).
vii. Explain how the problems are solved by the proposal (minimum of 5 sentences).
viii. List the crucial changes to gain the benefits or advantages (minimum of 3 sentences).
ix. Explain the steps to achieve the crucial changes (minimum of 5 sentences).
x. List down the Key Persons and discuss their functions in completing the steps
(minimum of 5 sentences).
xi. Explain the sources of the funding to achieve the steps (minimum of 5 sentences).
xii. Discuss the public dissemination of information (minimum of 5 sentences).
B) Advantage Case Model
i. List down the benefits or advantages that you want to obtained (minimum of of 3
sentences).
ii. Discuss the status quo or present situation (minimum of 3 sentences).
iii. Discuss the characteristics of the status quo or present situation (minimum of 3
sentences).

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iv. Explain the inferiority of the status quo's characteristics (minimum of 5 sentences).
v. Explain the reasons for status quo's absence of the benefits or advantages (minimum of
5 sentences).
vi. Explain the damaging or costly effects if the benefits or advantages are not obtained
(minimum of 5 sentences).
vii. Explain the importance of the advantages or benefits (minimum of 3 sentences).
viii. Explain the desireability of the benefits of advantages (minimum of 3 sentences).
ix. Explain the reasons for the presence of the benefits or advantages in your proposal
(minimum of 5 sentences).
x. List down the Key Persons and discuss their functions in obtaining the benefits or
advantages (minimum of 5 sentences).
xi. Explain the sources of the funding to achieve the benefits or advantages (minimum of 5
sentences).
xii. Discuss the public dissemination of information (minimum of 5 sentences).
C) Means-Goal Case Model
i. List down the intent or desire of the people, or the policy of the state (minimum of 3
sentences).
ii. Discuss the status quo or present situation (minimum of 3 sentences).
iii. Discuss the characteristics of the status quo or present situation (minimum of 3
sentences).
iv. Explain how the characteristics of the status quo fail to meet the state policy or intent
of people (minimum of 5 sentences).
v. Explain the damaging or costly effects if the people's intent or state policy is not met
(minimum of 3 sentences).
vi. Explain the importance of meeting the people's intent or state policy (minimum of 3
sentences).
vii. Restate you Position Statement as your means to achieve the goal (1 sentence).
viii. Explain the particular steps or stages to achieve the people's intent or state policy
(minimum of 5 sentences).
ix. List down the Key Persons and discuss their functions in completing the steps
(minimum of 5 sentences).
x. Explain the sources of the funding to achieve the steps (minimum of 5 sentences).
xi. Discuss the public dissemination of information (minimum of 5 sentences).
D) Criteria Case Model
i. Aside for the definition of key terms and parameters, list down a set of characteristics
relevant to your Position Statement (minimum of 5 sentences).
ii. Explain each characteristic (minimum of 5 sentences).
iii. Discuss the status quo or present situation (minimum of 3 sentences).
iv. Discuss the reasons for the absence of the characteristics in the status quo or present
situation (minimum of 3 sentences).
v. Explain the damaging or costly effect if the characteristics are not present (minimum of
5 sentences).
vi. Explain the importance of the characteristics (minimum of 3 sentences).
vii. Discuss the presence of the characteristics in your position statement or proposal
(minimum of 3 sentences).
viii. Prove that your proposal has the characteristics (minimum of 5 sentences).
8) Choose and list down 3 or 4 aspects of your Case Model (Social, Political, Psychological,
Biological, Educational, Ethical, Environmental, Moral). (minimum of 3 sentences).
9) Assigned 2 or three aspects of the case model to your Deputy Prime Minister (minimum of 3

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sentences).
10) Discuss the first aspect of your case model (minimum of 5 sentences).
11) Given the arguments, evidence, or reasons, restate your position statement (1 sentence).
CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORK FOR LEADER OF THE OPPOSITION'S SPEECH
1) Write a Greeting for Adjudicator, Audience, and Opposition Team (minimum of 3 sentences).
2) State the best case model for the motion (1 sentence).
3) Give reasons why the definition given by the P. Minister is unfair or wrong (minimum of 5
sentences).
4) Give DIFFERENT definitions of key terms relevant to the motion (minimum of 5 sentences).
5) Give reasons why the parameters given by the P. Minister is unfair or wrong (minimum of 5
sentences).
6) Give DIFFERENT parameters or limitations of the debate (minimum of 5 sentences).
7) List down the possible issues that may be discussed in the debate (minimum of 3 sentences).
8) Given the issues, definition, parameters, and case model, state your the Opposition Team's
Position Statement(1 sentence).
9) List down false or erroneous arguments given by the P. Minister (minimum of 5 sentences).
10) For each of P. Minister's arguments, discuss the reasons for being false or wrong (minimum of
5 sentences).
11) Choose only one case model (the best case model):
A) Minor Repair Model
i. Discuss the status quo or present situation (minimum of 3 sentences).
ii. Summarize the case model of the P. Minister (1sentence).
iii. Give reasons for the failure of the P. Minister's case model to either (Choose only One):
1. Solve the problems, if P. Minister uses the Need Case model (minimum of 5
sentences);
2. Gain the advantages, if P. Minister uses the Advantage Case model (minimum of 5
sentences);
3. Achieve the intent or policy, if P. Minister uses the Means-Goal Case Model
(minimum of 5 sentences).
4. Has the characteristics, if P. Minister uses the Criteria Case Model (minimum of 5
sentences).
iv. List down the damaging effects of the P. Minister's Case Model (minimum of 5
sentences).
v. List down the costly effects of the P. Minister's Case Model (minimum of 5 sentences).
vi. Explain each damaging and costly effects (minimum of 5 sentences).
vii. Choose and state the best statement that can clash with the P. Minister's Case Model:
1. The Status quo can solve the given problems; if the P. Minister uses the Need
Case Model. (1 sentence)
2. The Status quo has the advantages and even more; if the P. Minister uses the
Advantage Case Model. (1 sentence)
3. The Status quo can obtain or achieve the intent or policy; if the P. Minister uses
the Means-Goal Case Model. (1 sentence)
4. The Status quo already has the characteristics and even more; if the P. Minister
uses the Criteria Case Model. (1 sentence)
viii. If the P. Minister uses the Need Case Model, then:
1. Restate the Opposition Team's position statement as your solution-proposal (1
sentence).
2. List down the benefits or advantages of the proposal (minimum of 3 sentences).

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3. Explain how the problems are solved by the proposal (minimum of 5 sentences).
4. List down the Key Persons and discuss their functions in solving the problems
(minimum of 5 sentences).
5. Explain the sources of the funding to solve the problem (minimum of 5 sentences).
6. Discuss the public dissemination of information(minimum of 5 sentences).
ix. If the P. Minister uses the Advantage Case Model, then:
1. List down OTHER benefits or advantages that you want to obtained (minimum of of
3 sentences).
2. Discuss the characteristics of the status quo or present situation (minimum of 3
sentences).
3. Explain the Superiority of the status quo's characteristics (minimum of 5 sentences).
4. Explain the reasons for status quo's Presence of the benefits or advantages
(minimum of 5 sentences)
5. Explain the importance of the status quo's advantages or benefits (minimum of 3
sentences).
6. Explain the desireability of the status quo's benefits of advantages (minimum of 3
sentences).
7. List down the Key Persons and discuss their functions in obtaining the benefits or
advantages (minimum of 5 sentences).
8. Explain the sources of the funding to achieve the benefits or advantages (minimum
of 5 sentences).
9. Discuss the public dissemination of information (minimum of 5 sentences).
x. if the P. Minister uses the Means-Goal Case Model, then:
1. Discuss the characteristics of the status quo or present situation (minimum of 3
sentences).
2. Explain how the characteristics of the status quo successfully meet the state policy
or intent of people (minimum of 5 sentences).
3. Restate the Opposition Team's Position Statement as your means to achieve the
goal (1 sentence).
4. Explain the particular steps or stages to achieve the people's intent or state policy
(minimum of 5 sentences).
5. List down the Key Persons and discuss their functions in completing the steps
(minimum of 5 sentences).
6. Explain the sources of the funding to achieve the steps (minimum of 5 sentences).
7. Discuss the public dissemination of information (minimum of 5 sentences).
xi. If the P. Minister uses the Criteria Case Model, then:
1. Aside from P. Minister's list of characteristics, list down another set of
characteristics relevant to your Position Statement (minimum of 5 sentences).
2. Explain each characteristic (minimum of 5 sentences).
3. Discuss the reasons for the Presence of the characteristics in the status quo or
present situation (minimum of 3 sentences).
4. Explain the damaging or costly effect if the characteristics are not present
(minimum of 5 sentences).
5. Explain the importance of the characteristics (minimum of 3 sentences).
6. Prove that the status quo has the characteristics (minimum of 5 sentences).
B) Counterplan Case Model
i. Summarize the case model of the P. Minister (1sentence).
ii. Give reasons for the failure of the P. Minister's case model to either (Choose only One):
1. Solve the problems, if P. Minister uses the Need Case model (minimum of 5

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sentences);
2. Gain the advantages, if P. Minister uses the Advantage Case model (minimum of 5
sentences);
3. Achieve the intent or policy, if P. Minister uses the Means-Goal Case Model
(minimum of 5 sentences).
4. Has the characteristics, if P. Minister uses the Criteria Case Model (minimum of 5
sentences).
List down the damaging effects of the P. Minister's Case Model (minimum of 5
sentences).
List down the costly effects of the P. Minister's Case Model (minimum of 5 sentences).
Explain each damaging and costly effects (minimum of 5 sentences).
Choose and state the best statement that can clash with the P. Minister's Case Model:
1. Our plan can solve the given problems; if the P. Minister uses the Need Case
Model. (1 sentence)
2. Our plan has the advantages and even more; if the P. Minister uses the Advantage
Case Model. (1 sentence)
3. Our plan can obtain or achieve the intent or policy; if the P. Minister uses the
Means-Goal Case Model. (1 sentence)
4. Our model already has the characteristics and even more; if the P. Minister uses
the Criteria Case Model. (1 sentence)

vii. If the P. Minister uses the Need Case Model, then:


1. Restate the Opposition Team's position statement as your solution-plan (1
sentence).
2. List down the benefits or advantages of the counterplan (minimum of 3 sentences).
3. Explain how the problems are solved by the counterplan (minimum of 5 sentences).
4. List down the Key Persons and discuss their functions in solving the problems
(minimum of 5 sentences).
5. Explain the sources of the funding to solve the problem (minimum of 5 sentences).
6. Discuss the public dissemination of information (minimum of 5 sentences).
viii. If the P. Minister uses the Advantage Case Model, then:
1. Aside from the benefits or advantages given by the P. Minister, give a DIFFERENT list
of benefits or advantages that you want to obtained (minimum of of 3 sentences).
2. Explain the damaging or costly effects if the benefits or advantages are not
obtained (minimum of 5 sentences).
3. Explain the importance of the advantages or benefits (minimum of 3 sentences).
4. Explain the desireability of the benefits of advantages (minimum of 3 sentences).
5. Explain the reasons for the presence of the benefits or advantages in your
counterplan (minimum of 5 sentences).
6. List down the Key Persons and discuss their functions in obtaining the benefits or
advantages (minimum of 5 sentences).
7. Explain the sources of the funding to achieve the benefits or advantages (minimum
of 5 sentences).
8. Discuss the public dissemination of information (minimum of 5 sentences).
ix. if the P. Minister uses the Means-Goal Case Model, then:
1. Discuss the characteristics of the counterplan (minimum of 3 sentences).
2. Explain how the characteristics successfully meet the state policy or intent of
people (minimum of 5 sentences).
3. Restate you Position Statement as your means to achieve the goal (1 sentence).
4. Explain the particular steps or stages to achieve the people's intent or state policy

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(minimum of 5 sentences).
5. List down the Key Persons and discuss their functions in completing the steps
(minimum of 5 sentences).
6. Explain the sources of the funding to achieve the steps (minimum of 5 sentences).
7. Discuss how the proposal's information is disseminated to the public (minimum of 5
sentences).
x. If the P. Minister uses the Criteria Case Model, then:
1. Aside from the list of characteristics given by the P. Minister, give a DIFFERENT list of
characteristics relevant to your Position Statement (minimum of 5 sentences).
2. Explain each characteristic (minimum of 5 sentences).
3. Discuss the reasons for the absence of the characteristics in the P. Minister's case
model (minimum of 3 sentences).
4. Explain the damaging or costly effect if the characteristics are not present
(minimum of 5 sentences).
5. Explain the importance of the characteristics (minimum of 3 sentences).
6. Discuss the presence of the characteristics in your counterplan (minimum of 3
sentences).
7. Prove that your counterplan has the characteristics (minimum of 5 sentences).
12) List down the case model aspects given by the P. Minister(Social, Political, Psychological,
Biological, Educational, Ethical, Environmental, Moral). (minimum of 3 sentences).
13) Assigned 2 or three aspects of the case model to your Deputy Leader of the Opposition
(minimum of 3 sentences).
14) Discuss the first aspect of your case model. The aspect should correspond with first aspect
discussed by the P. Minister (minimum of 5 sentences).
15) Given the arguments, evidence, or reasons, restate your position statement (1 sentence).

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