Should Sex Education Be Taught In Public Schools? Argumentative Essay

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Formulate a specific research question that is important regarding this topic. Once you have formulated your question, conduct research from non-scholarly sources on the internet that present substantive reasoning on each side of the issue.

Your task is to present and evaluate the reasoning from a non-scholarly source on each side of your issue. There is no need to take sides on the issue at this stage. In your analysis, strive to be as objective as possible, evaluating the reasoning from a neutral point of view.

Your paper should include clearly labeled sections addressing the following elements:

  • Introduction (approximately 100 words)
    • Explain your topic.
    • State the specific question that you are addressing.
  • Presentation of an Argument
    • Describe the non-scholarly source (e.g., an op-ed, newspaper article, website, etc.) on one side of the issue and summarize the key points made (approximately 50 words).
    • Present what you see as the main argument from that source. Make sure to present your argument in standard form, with the premises listed above the conclusion. (approximately 100 words)
    • Evaluate the quality of the reasoning in this source (approximately 200 words)
      • In completing your evaluation, consider assessing how well the research supports the premises of the main argument and how strongly the reasoning supports the conclusion of that argument.
  • Presentation of an Argument on the Other Side of the Issue
    • Describe the non-scholarly source on the opposite side of the issue and summarize the key points made. (approximately 50 words)
    • Present what you see as the main argument from that source. Make sure to present your argument in standard form, with the premises listed above the conclusion. (approximately 100 words)
    • Evaluate the quality of the reasoning in this source (approximately 200 words)
      • In completing your evaluation, consider assessing how well the research supports the premises of the main argument and how strongly the reasoning supports the conclusion.

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Marrie
School: University of Virginia

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Running Head: SEX EDUCATION

Affordable Care Act
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SEX EDUCATION
Sex education is used to describe schooling about the human sexual framework,
reproduction, and intercourse and it involves more features of human sexual conduct.
Curriculums of some schools in the United States (US) have a component of sex education, but it
has raised a massive debate especially concerning the age at which it is taught to children in
schools and how much detail should be involved (Science Daily, n.d.)
The purpose of this paper is to discuss the impact of sex education in schools in the US.
Argument One: Very well Health
Very well Health is an online blog based in New York that provides health information
on a variety of medical topics. In one of its recent blogs, it explores the pros of sex education in
schools which include helping boys become better men, gaining more understanding of condom
use and teaching teenagers about the risk of different sexual activities as well as comprehensive
sexual education.
When kids are aware of the risks of different sexual activities, they are more likely to say
NO. When they're taught about the benefits of abstinenc...

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Thanks, good work

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