But the discussion is preceded by a statement that's straight out of the "teach the controversy" approach: "The students examine the content of evolution and intelligent design and consider the merits and flaws of both sides of the argument."
These exercises provide the impression that the school system has taken a standard lesson plan and tacked on some creationist material.
One creationist handout from one of the exercises highlights the arguments of Lehigh University professor Michael Behe.
Discovery is a major proponent of intelligent design, which it views as a tool to replace the current scientific process with one more consonant with its theological views.
Another video promoted by the document is more overtly religious—and even worse scientifically.
It's pretty likely that whoever put together this document started with a standard, scientifically valid lesson plan and tacked on a series of random bits of creationist information obtained by a bit of Web searching.