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Dayz
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MPuram23
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Should kids programming games

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Started: 10/24/2015 Category: Technology
Updated: 1 year ago Status: Post Voting Period
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Dayz

Pro

Computer is now the most common appliance that appear inside one's house. Children (under 12) that were captivated by video games weren't anything new. Some child wished that if they could make a game that they personally enjoy and maybe earn money by donations or in-game shops, to support their other on-going game process.

By accepting this challenge, you can either support that programming games should be the prior of a child if they have the habitual and/or the curiosity to explore the technology field. Or you can oppose, saying that a child should prior on school works than other habits.
MPuram23

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Kids do not need to learn to program games. If they do not show any interest, why should the learn? You are only adding to a boring day of school. A kid might have interest in biology, but why would he want to learn computer programs?
Debate Round No. 1
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