This document contains 5 separate topics with for and against articles students must read and determine the claims, reasons and warrants. Students will then have to determine common ground. This activity is a great exercise to help students prepare for writing a Rogerian Argument essay, a common ground essay, or a proposal essay.
I have only included parts of the articles, but the citations areincluded, so they can be found by accessing the Opposing Viewpoints Database.
Suggested answers are included.