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Students are asked to write a formal paper related to the Evolution and Creationism. Students may choose to write a persuasive argument paper, an analytical (compare and contrast) style paper, or an objective research-style paper. Students explore a major question that includes at least one of the topics explored through class discussion. Some examples include: discussing whether creationism belongs in public schools, exploring the evolution of the creationist movement in the United States or how public perceptions of science has changed since the formal introduction of the theory of evolution.
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