fulfil different things for different people.
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the one hand, many people feel a museum_s primary
is to entertain.
, others feel they function to foster understanding. Both arguments will be analysed before
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, some argue a museum_s main
is to amuse.
, the Museum of Natural History in Ottawa limits descriptive placards and
uses life-sized exhibits that allow visitors to role play historical moments.
approach is stimulating and helps visitors better envision life at certain points in time, it does little to impart a full understanding of the broader historical themes at play.
, the merit of
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hard to support.
An alternative position argues that the primary
is to educate.
, the British Museum in London heavily placards its exhibits to provide its visitors with the tools needed to be informed about what is on display.
perhaps not as visually stimulating, patrons leave
museum with a much richer understanding of historical topics and the underlying trends that were at work during certain periods of time, an approach that offers perspective on
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life and humanity as a whole.
, the heightened benefits of
that focus on educating can clearly be seen.
After looking at these different points of view, I feel that
better serve the public when they are organised to educate as opposed to
The verb entertain may be in the wrong form after the preposition to. Consider changing it to the gerund form.
, I hope that the
of the future are arranged primarily for
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