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Roaring Lions Hone Debating Skills

16 februari 2017

Last week, the Primary Debate team had the opportunity to attend a session of the Modern United Nations (MUN) meeting which was taking place at BISS Puxi.

  • Roaring Lions Hone Debating Skills

The debaters were not only very impressed with the language which the MUN speakers were using, but also with the way that the speakers presented their information using facts and research, and with the clarity and volume of voice used.

Although the team didn’t get to observe a real ‘live’ debate, what they took away from listening in was invaluable and in light of this, they have begun to include more research and data within their arguments in their current debating match versus NAIS Hong Kong, and the quality of any ‘live’ debates they take part in in the future will surely have been enhanced.

Our thanks go to Ms Kernaghan for allowing us to watch the MUN.

Daniel Baumber, Debating Team Leader