I am looking for resources that have tasks such as the one below that encourage argumentation. I want tasks that 8th graders could do but would also be appropriate for high school students. I want to do some kind of research on the mathematical practice "construct viable arguments and critique the reasoning of others". I've seen several good exploration tasks such as this one, but they are all scattered. Are there any good books or resources that include these types of tasks?

Fendel, D., Resek, D., Alper, L., & Fraser, S. (1996). Interactive mathematics program year 1 - unit 2: The game of pig (p.99). Emeryville, CA: Key Curriculum Press.

Statistics cases are usually a fertile source of arguments.

Example:

Some believe that laptops in math classrooms help learning. Some believe laptops harm learning.

1. Consider your own math classroom, teacher, and final exam and think about the impact that laptops in the classroom would have on your class's average final exam score. Pick a number on a scale from -5 to 5, where -5 means "Laptops definitely decrease that average score" and 5 means "Laptops definitely increase that average score" and 0 means "totally uncertain". Explain your pick.
2. Then, name the minimum threshold of evidence it would take to make you pick a different number. Explain your threshold.