Opposing Viewpoints in Context
In the "Wonder" stage of your research process, use "Reference". Later on ("Investigate" and "Synthesize"), use other options from the menu on the top right in your results page. "Sign in with Google" (top left of screen)! This cross-curricular research database supports science, social studies, current events, and language arts classes. Informed, differing views help learners develop critical-thinking skills and draw their own conclusions. Generally, NCHS teachers do not love the "Viewpoint Essays". We prefer OP-ED from major newspapers, and the New York Times' "Room for Debate".