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CAE essay.

It is a universally acknowledged fact that most teenagers do not study science in university as a degree. I would like to focus on two ways of encouraging young people to study science advertising and school programmes.

Firstly, according to the author you never see positive images of young scientist on TV, just pop stars or actors. I am inclined to believe that TV or radio programmes should include documentaries or interviews of scientists, allowing / enabling people to know about their lives and studies. However obvious, not only are some of their studies truly essential for our daily life, but also these studies are a superb way to learn about our planet and how it works.

Secondly, there is no denying that during the school years there are a lot of teenagers who find science interesting, but when they finish it they do not like it any more. This issue is created because schools do not show their students how incredible it is to become a scientist. Moreover teachers teach scientists’ studies in a boring way. To overcome this problem, schools ought to make science lessons more practical and fun, thus allowing / enabling students to be part of the investigation.

Be it as it may, it is important that we motivate teenagers to be scientists by making more and better ways of adverisement of said scientists’ studies and lives. Besides, schools should encourage students by taking active classes where they can participate as if they were scientists

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