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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Should evolution and creationism be taught in school? By Eli Lee For a long time, evolution and creationism had been debated between people. Around 1900s, students learned evolution in school.But soon, some states were banned to teach evolution because ofthe wrong knowledge. However nowadays, people are arguing about whether they should teach students both evolution and creationism.I claim that people should teach evolution and creationism in school. Bill Nye the science guy, the TV show, explained how dinosaurs died in cretaceous era by striking asteroids. Ebeneezer, creationist, proofed Noah's ark with Allosaurous's skeleton. A. If these theories are true, it is reasonable to teach students. In modern day, science developed to the point that it could prove the theorieswith precise scientific evidences. And as you can see in the pictures, each ofthe theory has their own evidence and explanation. This tells us that theories canbe accurately proved. Furthermore, if the theories are considered to be true,it is reasonable to be taught in school. B. Teaching these theories to the students can make them curiousand think more creatively. C. Because the students are learning both theories, they can understand not only the theme of one theory but also the differencebetween two theories People have their own thoughts and opinions. Schools should teach the students both lessons and letthem decide what to believe. Students should be entitled to make their own opinion. However, they can't make an informed opinion or an informed decision if they are not exposed to any alternatives.Students should be able to know what they believe and why they believe. And deciding their own way could make students to think more creatively. Many people disagree teaching evolution and creationism in school because they are afraid the theories might give students a wrong knowledge. In addition, around 1900s, some states banned evolution becauseit was considered as an inaccurate theory. However, the only wrong point was they taught students theory as a law. A scientific law is a set of observation to which no exception has been found. But theory is a certain evidence that is lack of some point. In fact, evolution and creationism are both theories.I still believe people should teach students both theories. Students can learn both and find out what's the difference between two. It wouldn't hurt them if the school teach them the theories properly. Many people think these theories are just an scientist's assumption and a religious story.But that's not true. they actually have an evidence and matching story behind. If we teach students these knowledge, they will find out that it's not a just a senseless story, yet a real fact. credits: "Pro: Creationism, evolution should both have their place in school curriculum." Victoria Advocate [Victoria, TX] 22 Nov. 2009. Student Resources in Context. Web. 6 Feb. 2015.Szokan, Nancy. "Bill Nye the Science Guy on evolution; the history of mace." Washington Post 13 Nov. 2014. Student Resources in Context. Web. 6 Feb. 2015.Goodstein, Laurie. "Teaching of Creationism Is Endorsed in New Survey." New York Times 31 Aug. 2005: A9(L). Student Resources in Context. Web. 6 Feb. 2015."Creationists herald allosaurus skeleton as evidence of Biblical flood." UPI NewsTrack 23 May 2014. Student Resources in Context. Web. 6 Feb. 2015.
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