Creating a Balanced Argument Using Multiple Sources


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A balanced argument relies on what?

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1. What is the first step to creating a balanced argument?

2. When researching for the argument, sources should ALWAYS be what?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

This quiz and worksheet covers the qualities of a balanced argument. You'll review what a balanced argument is and the steps involved in creating and researching an argument that is considered balanced.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

This quiz and worksheet revisit what you know about:

  • What a balanced argument relies on
  • The steps in creating a balanced argument
  • What type of sources to use
  • The difference between a balanced argument and an un-balanced argument

Skills Practiced

  • Reading comprehension - ensure you are able to draw out what a balanced argument relies on from what you read
  • Distinguishing differences - compare and contrast balanced and un-balanced arguments
  • Knowledge application - use what you know about the steps in creating a balanced argument to answer questions about it

Additional Learning

You will find that there are more details to review in the lesson, Creating a Balanced Argument Using Multiple Sources. This lesson takes a closer look at:

  • What biases are
  • Where to start with research
  • Understanding balanced research
  • Compiling your argument
  • How to treat your opponent in an argument