Teenage Pregnancy Prevention
English Composition II
American InterContinental University
November 20, 2011
I. Thesis Statement: Teen pregnancy can easily be prevented with better educated teens, better communication between teens and parents, and the knowledge of contraceptives
II. Teens will be less likely to become pregnant with better education. A. Classes offered in schools will help to better educate teenagers. B. Teaching teens the risk of teen pregnancy will help with prevention. C. Getting pregnant to young will cause teens to miss out on their teenage years. III. Parents and teens that have better communication will not be as likely to get pregnant. A. Parents need to have the sex talk with their teens.
B. Parents need to teach their teens about contraceptives and how to properly use them. C. Allowing teens to feel comfortable to talk to their parents, will allow teenagers to be more open about the choices they are making. IV. The proper use of contraceptives with help to prevent teenage pregnancy. A. Abstinence is the only way to prevent pregnancy 100 percent. B. Condoms, when used properly will help prevent teen pregnancy and STDs. C. Birth control pills have to be taken a certain way to be effective.
Birth Control 101. (2011). Retrieved November 17, 2011, from The National Campaign to Prevent Teen and Unplanned Pregnancy: http://stayteen.org/birth-control-101 This article talks about how using birth control will help prevent teen pregnancy. The article also states that abstinence is the only way to prevent pregnancy 100 percent. This article also says what kinds of contraceptives are available. This is a credible source because there are lots of statistics, and not just some ones opinion. This article is going to be useful for explaining how...
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