Parliamentary Debate Camp — August 1-2, 2019

Parliamentary Debate is an extemporaneous form of debate with rotating topics that asks competitors to develop and defend positions on a wide range of issues. A Parli debate round consists of two teams of two competitors each—the Government team and the Opposition team. Competitors receive a resolution to debate and are given 20 minutes to prepare for the debate and walk to the competition room.

The primary purpose of Parliamentary Debate is to instill in Christian homeschool students the skills of presentation, critical thinking, research, and analysis of current events. It is an advanced form of debate where Parli debaters must have reached age sixteen by October 1st of 2019, or have competed for two or more years in another debate format, or receive consent to compete from her/his coach.

Invictus Fides has coached several of the most successful Parli Debate teams in the nation for the last six years. Whether you're experienced or ready to try Parli for the first time, join us on Thursday, August 1st and Friday, August 2nd for instruction from the best and brightest in the most challenging and exciting form of debate!

Please see Parli Debate Instructors to learn about our accomplished coaches.