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Minecraft has a lot to offer in education The first thing minecraft has to offer is building community The second educational feature in minecraft is building skillsBuilding community is very important in schooling because it teaches people to communicate While you are building a community in or out of minecraft it is important to communicate While you are building a community it is important to explore and survive in your environment A community in minecraft needs a farmer that produces food or in present time a grocery store to keep every on the right track Like in a real community you must have a scientist or a doctor to heal you or make which teaches people responsibility for the community When the doctor is creating fixing the health problems they must write it down so if the problem occurs again they know how to fix it The last thing people can learn about building community is business skills such as buying and selling goodsThe second skill people can use for education is building skills Children could learn basic architecture skills by building with the blocks in minecraft For education you could build models of castles or iconic buildings Minecraft also teaches electric engineering with the wiring called which gives people an idea of how electricity works During minecraft if you want to make your house look good you add wool for carpet which is called interior designFrom this information you can see that minecraft has a lot to offer for the education system and it is very fun The skills you use while playing minecraft can be applied to real life Building skills and building community are just the start of what you learn while playing minecraft
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