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Teaching Evolution in the Classrooms

Summary: Teaching evolution is starting to become a problem in today's society. Why? You might ask. Well in public schools teaching about God is not allowed, and when the teacher tries to teach evolution, the students are trying to add God into the lesson.
Teaching evolution is starting to become a problem in today's society. Why? You might ask. Well in public schools teaching about God is not allowed, and when the teacher tries to teach evolution, the students are trying to add God into the lesson. When the students do that, the classroom is in a debate and the teacher tries to tell the students what is right and what is wrong, in her point of view. Here are some possible solutions to this problem.

The first possible solution would be to teach each theory separately. For instance, Darwin's theory which is the belief that life evolved though time and creationism which is the belief that God created life. The teacher should teach the beliefs as theories only because no one knows for sure how it all started. This way both ideas are taught and the students will...

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