More schools should educate teenagers on abstinence, health risks that come with having sex, and
how having a baby as a teen will change their life to prevent the negative effects of teenage pregnancy.
This week, you will seek out hidden/underrepresented voices in community conversations about this issue. try
searching the Web for “experience of X [underrepresented stakeholder]” such as “Experience of homeless
veterans” or “Experience of students who have been bullied.” Once you have selected your source, write a
discussion post that addresses the following items:
• Include the revised version of your thesis statement for an argument for change in your community and
identify at least three search terms you can use in the Library or an Internet search engine to find sources that
address underrepresented perspectives in your community that will be affected by your argument.
• Tell us about the source you selected. Using your own words rather than quoting from the source, explain
how the author’s position or experience relates to your argument for change. How has this influenced your
thinking about this topic?
• What criteria helped you decide if this source is credible and useful for your research?
• Wrap up the narrative portion of your post with an open-ended question to foster conversation or help you
figure out additional research opportunities.
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