Homework Hacks: Opposing Viewpoints in Context

Hey, teens!

Looking for some help with your Government or History homework? I’ve got you covered! My favorite library resource is Opposing Viewpoints in Context. This resource is SO helpful because it lists tons of big issues from Globalization to Vaccines, and gives you information from different viewpoints!

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This resource gives you information in different formats, too! There’s magazine excerpts, videos, statistics, journals, and more! I wish I had known about this resource sooner. Last year I had to do a multimedia project for my English class (I’m sure some of you are working on that now) and I just so happened to do my report on Bernie Sanders and the 2016 race. I could have gotten it done in literally like FIVE minutes if I had this resource.

Not only is this resource super helpful in school, but you can use it to make yourself an ~~informed citizen~~

We all know how crazy politics are nowadays. With all that craziness, we can easily get swept up in propaganda. The great thing about this resource is that it shows multiple sides to every issue. That way, you are forming your own opinions. You can decide for yourself what you believe in! Power to the people!

Any way you use it, this resource is SUPER helpful! And the best part is- it’s free! You don’t even have to go to the library to inform yourself about politics! You can do it all from home, in your pajamas. Isn’t that the American Dream?

Check it out! Opposing Viewpoints in Context

emmerson

Emmerson

Teen Ambassador

Mill Creek Library

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  1. Daniela T says:

    Awesome post! I actually needed to do a speech on a controversial topic, and this was super helpful for finding an opposing viewpoint. I was worried that my speech would sound too biased but this helped add some balance. Shared with my instructor!

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