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Lindsey Hancock Warden

Lindsey Hancock Warden
General Information
Name: Lindsey Hancock Warden
Affiliation: University Middle School
Join Time: April 23, 2020 at 04:59PM EST
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Debating Statistics
Wins: 0 (0 are Byes)
Losses: 0 (0 are Forfeits)
Average Points (Out of 30): 0 (0 total)
*Opponent Wins: 0
*Opponent Points: 0
Judging Statistics
Total Rounds Judged: 4
Average Points Given (Out of 30): 19.6
Voted Proposition In: 50% of rounds
Voted Opposition In: 50% of rounds
Average Length of Notes (Characters): 918.3 (3673 total)
Current: None

Bearcat Classic (Grades 6-12)


*Does not count opponents in bye or forfeit rounds.

About Me: I am the debate coach at University Middle School - University of Memphis. I previously coached from 2013-2015 at Tiftarea Academy in Chula, Georgia. I debated in NPDA-style parliamentary debate at Mercer University from 2011-2015. My high school debate experience was in public forum debate. I teach sixth grade world history in addition to my coaching duties.
Judge Philosophy: I think that there are two ways to approach debate. Some approach debate as a policy-making roleplay, a game of strategy with a specific set of rules that must be followed, and others approach debate as a sandbox to test ideas, evaluate rhetoric, and strive for deeper understandings of human truths. I tend to lean towards the latter understanding of debate. I will judge the round based on the argumentation the debaters offer, and I am therefore open to any strategies and forms of argumentation. Over the years, I have come to believe that argumentation is best done at a conversational pace, but I am fine with speed if it is accessible to all of the debaters in the round. I enjoyed more critical, and eventually, performative debating as a college competitor, and I still very much enjoy these kinds of rounds today. At the middle school level, I like to see debaters organizing their thoughts logically and working on their line-by-line debating.
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