Debat in de klas : Site met thema's en ideeën voor debatvoering
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Deze uitgebreide site wil zo veel mogelijk scholieren lekker laten debatteren! We geloven dat het het kritisch en onafhankelijk denken bevordert.

Op deze website vind je alles wat je nodig hebt om zelf te debatteren. Het grootste deel is helemaal …


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