Ctdm assignment 4.1

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Ctdm assignment 4.1

  1. 1. ASSIGNMENTDEVELOPING A CTDM BUILDING BLOCK 3Individual WorkAssignment 4.1Download the material from the link given.Study Guides and Strategies: http://www.studygs.net/crtthk2.htm. Select “critical reading”and do the exercise as outlined, using one of the reading material or resources you haveidentified in “critical thinking 1”.Post your response in Assignment 3.1 upload boxCritical readingSummarize, review and study your reading assignment, whetherbook, chapter, handout, article, whitepaper, etc.:What is the general topic Adolescent / teenage pregnancy.What is the main issue or problem Adolescence or teenagers engage in sexualactivity and results in early pregnancy.According to WHO (2013) 1 out of 5 girlsunder the age of 18 give birth. Centres forDisease Control and Prevention (2012) alsostated that girls between 15 – 19 give birth.What conclusion is reached Centres for Disease Control andPrevention (2012) reports that teen pregnancyprevention programs should be used to preventor reduce teen pregnancy.WHO (2013) reports recommendations onactions that countries can take, targeting keyobjectives such as:1) Creating understanding and support toreduce pregnancy before the age of 20.2) Increasing the use of contraception byadolescents at risk of unintended pregnancy3) Reducing coerced sex among adolescentsIs it based on fact theory or faith The information obtained from both resourcesis based on facts from statistical reports.Type of words used Type in six important words, are theyneutral or emotional
  2. 2. Knowledge - NeutralPregnancy - NeutralPrevention - EmotionalAbstain - EmotionalAdolescence - NeutralAbortions - EmotionalReference: About teenage pregnancy, Centres for Disease Control and Prevention (2012), retrievedon 24/4/2013 from http://www.cdc.gov/TeenPregnancy/AboutTeenPreg.htm Adolescence pregnancy (WHO, 2013) retrieved on 24/04/2013 fromhttp://www.who.int/mediacentre/factsheets/fs364/en/

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