2018/19 – 6th year – Petit débat sur la santé

Débat: “IL NE FAUT PAS CHERCHER A VIVRE LONGTEMPS MAIS VIVRE PLEINEMENT” (Don’t look to live long but rather to live plentifully).

POUR

  • Je suis d’accord avec – I agree with
  • Je crois que – I believe that
  • Tu as (tout à fait) raison – You are (totally) right
  • C’est exactement ce que je pense – It is exactly what I think
  • Je suis de ton avis – I agree with your opinion
  • Évidemment – Obviously
  • Absolument – Absolutely
  • Bien entendu / bien sûr – Of course
  • Je suis entièrement de cet avis – I am agree entirely with this opinion

CONTRE

  • Je ne suis pas d’accord avec – I disagree with
  • Tu as tort – You are wrong
  • Ce que tu dis n’est pas logique – What you are saying is ilogical
  • C’est ridicule – It’s ridiculous
  • Arrête de dire des bêtises – Stop saying idiocies
  • Tu plaisantes ! – You’re joiking !
  • Ce que vous dites n’est pas clair – What you are saying isn’t clear
  • Ce n’est peut-être pas si simple ! – It may not be as easy
  • Est-ce que vous pouvez préciser cet argument/donner un exemple ? – Could you be more accurate with your argument/give an example ?

AUTRES EXPRESSIONS

  • D’un côté, d’un autre côté – On the one hand, on the other hand
  • Par contre, en revanche – However
  • Je me permets de vous interrompre – I allow myself to interupt you
  • En fin de compte – In the end
  • Dans l’ensemble – Overall
  • À mes yeux – In my opinion
  • Le mieux/le pire c’est que… – The best/worst is
  • Comme je l’ai dit… – As I said
  • J’irai même encore plus loin – I will go even further
  • Pouvez-vous etre plus précis ? – Can you be more accurate ?
  • S’il vous plait, laissez-moi finir – Please, let me finish
  • Soyez gentil, ne m’interrompez pas ! – I would be grateful if you didn’t interupt me.
  • Je vous en prie, les autres ont aussi des choses à dire – Please, we also have things to say

source: Le blog de Mme Bailey

Equipes POUR: Sarah, Rory, Dylan, Ailbhe, Amy

Equipes CONTRE: Tomas, Jacq, Daniel, John 

Rules of the competition:

  • Each student to prepare a speech each (more or less 2 minutes long). The speech should contain one argument and one example (statistic, survey, quote, personal story, etc.) to back up their argument.
  • On the day of the competition, each team member will get acquainted with the content of each speech.
  • Each speaker can be interrupted once only from the other team. Anyone from the team can defend against the rebuttal.
  • There are points for grab for each intervention by each students (by reading their argument, doing a rebuttal or defending from a rebuttal).
  • Points will be given for the quality of the French, the oral presence, the rebuttals and for the accuracy of the arguments.Bonus points will be given to the winning team of each round.

Captains:

  • Present the motion (Sarah) + give a definition of it
  • Present your team and their argument (both Sarah and Tomas)
  • Give one argument (Tomas)
  • Conclusion speech -> 1 minute speech (max) -> summarizes your ideas and maybe finish with a Bang!

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *