Lab2W10EvolCreation2

Lab2W10EvolCreation2 - GE 70B: Evolution of the Cosmos and...

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GE 70B: Evolution of the Cosmos and Life LABORATORY/DISCUSSION 2 WORKSHEET EVOLUTION AND CREATIONISM – Part 2 Objectives : To assess creationist claims o To use critical thinking in this process o To understand what science is, and what it is not To craft an effective rebuttal (good training for the writing assignment) Introduction: Last week you watched a movie that presented a recent debate on the teaching of Intelligent Design (ID) in the classroom that made it all the way to federal courts. Hopefully along the way you learned something about the types of arguments that are made, specifically those about the nature of scientific inquiry. With those tools, you should now be able to think critically about the issues at hand, and be able to form your own critiques of the proponents of creationism. That’s just what you’ll be doing this week. Ray Comfort’s attacks against evolutionary science. Added as an Introduction to a copy of
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