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Author Topic:   Help in teaching 11-12 Year olds (RE (Religious Education) in the UK)
JJtheJester
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10-19-2009 3:32 PM


Greetings,

I am a RE (Religious Education) teacher in the UK, I am covering the issue of origins to my year 7 class (11-12 years old).

I would like to make a list of the *three* strongest arguments from a evolutionist and the same for a creationist as to why each thinks his/her point of view is correct about how life forms came into being and are the variety we see now.

Please note that each of the three points needs to be simple to understand and expressed in just a couple of sentences. I will give further explanation during class time if I think it is needed.

Thank in anticipation for any help you can give, it is appreciated.

JJ

Edited by Adminnemooseus, : Added the "(RE (Religious Education) in the UK)" part to the topic title.


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10-19-2009 11:25 PM


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