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Teaching Earth Science: Its Challenges and Rewards

Teaching Earth Science: Its Challenges and Rewards This essay was made possible through reading different printed journals as well as online journals. This was submitted as one of my requirements in my masteral subject - Sci222 (Earth Science). I published this "Teaching Earth Science: Its Challenges and Rewards" essay to gather comments from those who would come across this page. Your expertise in essay writing can enhance this essay. If you found errors in spelling, grammar, etc., feel free to post your comment. I also used the APA style in making in-text references likewise in the the making the list of references.

Knowledge in earth science is very vital in nation building. Almost everything we do each day is connected in some way to Earth: to its land, oceans, atmosphere, plants, and animals. The food we eat, the water we drink, our homes and offices, the clothes we wear, the energy we use, and the air we breathe are all grown in, taken from, surround, or m…