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JUDGE CONFLICT 작성

  • - This is the regulations on the Championship regarding Chapter 6 Adjudication, Paragraph 3 section 14
      [Blocking]:

    - Prior to the contest, all participants and judges will go through the process to verify each other

    based on the regulations. The chief judge (or the championship organizer) will identify that all participants and judges may have any relations through orientation.
    Any judge who knew a student in the course of education or coaching cannot be involved in evaluating such a student’s contest. These regulations and procedures will be strictly applied to all participants and judges, and in any case of ignoring or deliberately misleading behavior discovered at a later date, the involved students and judges will result in forfeiture of the prize. If any report of the relation between the participant and judge is omitted in the course of writing JUDGE CONFLICT by mistake and its omission is recognized later before the start of the Championship, the judge can be replaced after reporting to the chief judge immediately.


    - If there are any violations of regulations, the student is not allowed to participate in this Championship

    again. The student’s school will also be notified with official documentation.


    - Such a judge will be disqualified as a judge of the Championship organized by the HUFS and YTN and it

    will be announced on the board message of the Championship’s home page.


    ※ This Championship will be proceeded to and evaluated for each debate in real time.
       If any violations of the Blocking regulations are discovered during the contest or later, the involved team
       will be forfeited but it will not affect the winning scores of the existing competitions. Such behavior will be
       an irreversible disadvantage to another team, so, all participants, parents and teachers should be particularly
       cautious about it.

경기별 지참 가능 물품

  • Materials (available to be carried) in the prepared debate
  • - Any materials (printed notes, copied ones, hand-written ones, and etc.) are allowed to bring.
    - Notes, sticky notes (Post-it), study cards, etc.
    - One paper dictionary per team. It does matter whether it is Eng/Eng, Eng/Kor, or Kor/Eng.
       Two dictionaries are okay for elementary school championship.
    - One paper almanac per team. Two almanacs are okay for elementary school championship).
    - Single-function stopwatch. Note that mobile phones, laptops, or any other digital devices are not allowed
      for time checking.
  • Materials allowed in the impromptu debate
  • - No materials are allowed (printed notes, copied ones, hand-written ones, and etc.).
    - Only color paper(A4 size) provided by the host is allowed.
    - One paper dictionary per team. It does matter whether it is Eng/Eng, Eng/Kor, or Kor/Eng. Two dictionaries
      are okay for elementary school championship.
    - One paper almanac per team. Two almanacs are okay for elementary school championship).
    - Single-function stopwatch. Note that mobile phones, laptops, or any other digital devices are not allowed
      for time checking.

    ※ If a debater reads previously prepared materials during the proceeding of impromptu debate, he/she will
       be disqualified from the Championship. So, please be particularly cautious on this.


    ※ Purchase of Almanac: Almanac is sold in major bookstores such as KYOBO BOOK CENTRE and
       BANDI&LUNI's.