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This is a group for all Extemporaneous Speakers, both Domestic and Foreign. It was created by the 2007 International Extemp National Champion as a way to stay in contact with the wonderful world of Extemp. Feel free to message David if you have any questions or start up a conversation with everyone below.
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Angela F. wrote
at 9:47am on May 22nd, 2008
Hey! Congrats to all those who made it to Nationals!!
Brandon H. wrote
at 4:04am on March 19th, 2008
that answers it, thank you.
David K. wrote
at 6:45pm on March 18th, 2008
I did not have just one structure. My staple was a 3x2 (3 main points, 2 subpoints for each). I always did my best to incorporate logically dependent analysis into that structure. However, there were times last year when I would use a 2x3 (2 main points, 3 subpoints for each), but they were much rarer. Does that answer your question, or were you looking for a more specific breakdown of what those structures entail?
Ryan H. wrote
at 9:00pm on March 17th, 2008
hahahaha so how ridiculous is david kumbroch??
Brandon H. wrote
at 6:47pm on March 16th, 2008
To the Champ specifically: hey I'm rather new to extemp and had a question about speech structure since the speech structure for Congress is a little more different than that of Extemp. What was your speech structure when you competed last year?
Andrew B. wrote
at 12:56pm on March 12th, 2008
Extemp Rules....who cares is half of the sources are usually made up....its fun doing it in 5-7 minutes muahaha EXTEMP ALL THE WAY
David K. wrote
at 9:49pm on March 7th, 2008
Please post your pictures from nationals or any other tournament! It's a little me-centric right now.
Kaitlin H. wrote
at 2:32am on March 5th, 2008
yeahhhh extempers
Sebastian P. wrote
at 8:46am on November 24th, 2007
Pretty good, how about you?
David K. wrote
at 8:25pm on November 21st, 2007
How's it goin', Sebo?!