Abortion

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Abortion

  1. 1. Designed by Andres Neira Camilo Barrera Juan Peña Carolina Orjuela
  2. 2.  EDUCATION/ˌed.jʊˈkeɪ.ʃən/ n [S or U] the process of teaching or learning in a school or college, or the knowledge that you get from this.  RESPONSIBILITY/rɪˌspɒnt .sɪˈbɪl.ɪ.ti/ [C or U] something that it is your job or duty to deal.  LIFE/laɪf/ n (plural lives) [C or U] the period between birth and death; the experience or state of being alive.  AWARENESS/əˈweə.nəs/n [U] knowledge that something exists, or understanding of a situation or subject at the present time based on information or experience.  PLANNING/ˈplæn.ɪŋ/ n [U] the act of deciding how to do something
  3. 3.  ABORTION HAS BECOME one of the most controversial issues of our time. Politicians argue over the legal aspects of abortion. Religious and pro-life groups work to make their views and beliefs about abortion known. Pro-choice organizations work just as hard to speak out for their views. Some people choose to try to change laws or create new legislation that will reflect their positions on abortion. Others choose to block access to clinics and resort to violence to make sure their voices are heard.
  4. 4.  The abortion may be spontaneous or provoked. The spontaneous occur or because intrauterine death comes, or because different causes led to the expulsion of the new being abroad, where he died due to their inability to live outside the womb. If abortion is caused is done either by killing the child in the womb or artificially forcing his removal to die abroad. Sometimes children act on viable pregnancies, killing them on the inside of the mother or attempting to death after live birth. This is not, medically speaking, an abortion, and in fact many laws that are considered permissive for tolerance of abortion prohibit it because it included in the figure of infanticide. But not so in other cases, such as in Spain, where the Penal Code does not take into account the viability of the fetus to be given the crime of abortion, and in return, you can kill in some cases with no viable fetuses receive any criminal punishment, under the current legislation on abortion specifically. So in these pages will use the definition of abortion under the current language, so that caused the death of a viable fetus will also be considered abortion.
  5. 5.  when are these situations more frequent ?  in what social class is more frequent this situation?  what do you think about abortion ?  In which ages is more frequent this situation?  what are the risk of abortion ?
  6. 6. Analysis of each question was as follows. 1. They agree, because the opinions are similar but consider the situation of the mother 2. They say that the situation is present in every social class 3. they think that this situation is inhumane 4. The interviewed consider that is more common in adolescence 5. The biggest risk is that the mother's life lost 6. They concluded that an abortion never
  7. 7.  think that the work that if done in this class was very dynamic, it was something new, a novel way to bring new things to the class  the way they work in groups, videos, the recording of the voice was really good because it helped us to improve or develop new skills both learning and teaching

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