Title: The importance of the sex education
By: Kerolos Khalil
Specific Purpose: – to persuade the audience about the importance of the improved sex education. Introduction
Open with Impact: How many of us passed the teenage time without obstacles? When any one of us got the characteristics of puberty, he/she started to ask what is going on. Those changes what was happening that mean, we were teenagers. The most thing which the almost of teenagers think about it is the sex. Sex is the mystery secret which every teenagers want to know about it, so we have to inform and educate that to them by scientific way. Bill Cosby, a famous American comedian said" Sex education may be good idea in schools, but I do not believe that the kids should be given homework."
Significance Step: According to centers for disease control and prevention (CDC), Nineteen million new sexuality transmitted disease (STDs) infections are reported every year in the United States.
Connection with the Audience: How many of us have kids, nephews, nieces or younger relatives? What will you do if they come and ask you about sex? All of us passed by that time. That curiosity which can push any teenagers to do any crazy thing to feed it. That exciting should be directed by right, good, managed way. That is our role as adults.
IV. Central Idea: Without the full knowledge of sex education, students are making somewhat dangerous behaviors and are getting themselves into much trouble
Preview: Tonight we will talk about the importance of sex education, the lack of the sex education and its effects and the ways to improve the sex education. Body
I. Main point: what is the importance of sex education ? A. By the sex education, we can provide the teen's honest explanation of what happens to their bodies during the adolescence and why it is critical to their healthy development. B. When young people receive good, comprehensive, age-appropriate,...
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Rates: Why We Need Comprehensive Sex Education in the U.S
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