Skill 2.6 Arguments, Opinions and Points of View

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This activity, produced by Gatsby Science Enhancement Programme, requires students to think about the arguments that different people might make for and against a controversial development.

The activity will help students to:
* consider how opinions can influence an argument
* identify arguments made by individuals to support their points of view
* identify new information learned.

Biodiesel debate
In this video, a range of views and opinions on the merits and drawbacks of producing diesel from biological materials are described.

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