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Transcript: A growing problem in the United States has been teenage pregnancy. After seeing the lowest teenage pregnancy rate in 2003, recent years have seen a serious increase in teenage pregnancies. THIS IS SOMETHING THAT NEEDS TO BE CHANGED IMMEDIATELY. In 2007, 19,615 girls between 15-19 got pregnant. (married or unmarried) In 2007 the rate was 63 pregnancies per 1,000. (15.87%) The fact of the matter is when a teenage student becomes pregnant, more than 50% of them drop out of school. When a teenager becomes pregnant, she most often has to drop out of school. Without an education, teenagers limit their future opportunities to support themselves and their children. 5 ways to reduce the teenage pregnancy problem 1. Condoms given out at all schools If abstinence is not practiced, then condoms would atleast prevent a pregnancy. 2. Schools require sex education classes. Teenager learns to respect the human body. Teenager learns the risk of unprotected sex. Teenager learns emotional and physical aspects of sex. 3. Family values taught in home, school, and community Respect for the family unit. Respect for marriage. Respect for your partner. 4. Schools require a course to educate teens on teen pregnancy. Teaches the realities of life. Teaches consequences of becoming a teen mom. Teaches that parenting is a life- changing event. 5.Improve communication skills between parents and teenagers Develops a close and open relationship. Communicates the value of a good education. Talks about the dangers of risk- taking concering sex. Teaches moral values and ethics concering sex. DOWN TO THE NUMBERS 79% of teenagers who become pregnant are unmarried. 80% of teen pregnancies are unintended. 25% of teen mothers have a second child within two years of first birth. Our Community In Greenville, North Carolina there are 42.2 pregnancies per 1,000 teens. (23.7%) Social, Educational, and Financial costs of teen pregancy The United States spends 7$ billion dollars each year due to the costs of teen pregnancy. By age 30, only 1.5% of women who had pregnancies as a teenager have a college degree. Within the first year of becoming teen mothers, one-half of unmarried teen mothers go on welfare. How does the U.S.A Teen Pregnancy Match up to other countries? The United States has the highest teen abortion rate then other countries. United states had twice the teen pregnancie rate as Canada. Both Germany and France have a teen pregnancie rate is eight times lower then the United States What do teens know about sexual activity? 82% feel that teens should not be sexually active. 72% agreed that teens that are sexually active should have access to birth control. 73% feel that being a virgin is not something to be embarresed about. Our group thinks that if people use our 5 solutions to teen pregnancie then there could be a drastic drop in teenage pregnaices across the country even the world. The Goal that people should set is to make teenagers aware of what they are doing. Not scare them, BUT MAKE THEM AWARE. With all of these high school students to be well educated would help build our countries future instead of having a set back from pregnancie. THANK YOU FOR LISTENING TO OUR PROJECT DONT......GET........ PREGNANT........ OR ELSE...... Teenage Pregnancy

Teenage Pregnancy

Transcript: "You don't have sex with her body, you have sex with her soul." "Maybe, invest the same amount of time in her, that you do in Call Of Duty." Thousands of people develop sexually transmitted infections every year. No support services Not socially accepted Practice SAFER sex Sarah Pechumer & Nicole Leys Serious health risks for both child and mother Do you know who Mr. Protection is? Talk with your partner(s) How to reduce the risk of an STI: Stay Protected You can develop STIs from any kind of sex including: vaginal, oral, and anal. The teenage body is still growing Pill Shot Patch Neuva Ring The Sponge Cervical Cap Female Condom Male Condom Diaphragm Spermicide IUD Withdrawl (Pullout method) -Carrying developing offspring within the body. High risk of mothers not finishing school Pregnancy?! What's That? Being prepared for any situation Single parenting Hats Hazmat Suit Jimmy Jimmy Hat Johnny Bag Love Glove Love Sock Syphilis HPV/Genital warts HIV/AIDS Herpes Gonorrhea Crabs Chalmydia The biggest risk for teen mothers is delaying prenatal care or worse, 7.2% received no care at all Avoid alcohol and drug use Prevention 101 Limit your sexual partners Child Proof Lid Condomus Maximus Dinger Dobber French Letter Gentleman's Jerkin The Goalie The Ticket Birth Control: Teenage Pregnancy Why is teenage pregnancy a problem? -Pregnancy is a result of sex. Just can't handle it Get Tested No financial support Raincoat Rubber Rubber Johnnies Rubber Magic Rubber Straitjacket Salami Sling Snake Charmer Willie Warmer

Teenage Pregnancy

Transcript: - Condoms will be of access to those who need them - There will be a decrease in costs of pregnancies and abortion - This will expand the minds of people to ask questions or add comments - Decrease in pregnancies, AIDs, HIV, STDs, and STIs Pros Of Condoms In High School Pregnancies, Abortion, and Birth Rates In The United States "Condoms in High School." Condoms in High School. N.p., n.d. Web. 04 Dec. 2012. <>. "Teen Pregnancy and Birth Rates." Alliance News. N.p., n.d. Web. 04 Dec. 2012. <>. "Teen Pregnancy Rates Hit 40 Year Low." The Chart RSS. N.p., n.d. Web. 04 Dec. 2012. <>. Work Cited Cons Of Condoms In High School - Pregnancy rates per 1,000 women in the united states is 71.5% - Birth rates per 1,000 women in the united states is 37.9% - Abortion rates per 1,000 women in the united states is 14.8% By: Tori Fauci - In the 1990's teenage pregnancy was at a rate of 116.9 pregnancies per 1,000 women - Pregnancy rates in 2008 were at 67.8 pregnancies per 1,000 women - About a 44% decrease in pregnancy in teens from the age of 15-19 since 1991 until 2008 Teenage Pregnancy Leading Causes Of Teenage Pregnancy - Lack of sex education - Lack of discipline and control - Sexual abuse - Alcohol and drugs Pregnancy Rates In Teens - High cost in purchasing condoms to hand out for free to teens - School is encouraging teens to have sex, even if it is protected - The number one best way to prevent pregnancy in teens is abstinence

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Transcript: By: Dora Aqua So what dose this mean for you? Well, you hear about teen pregnancy in movies, in the news, at school, on MTV, and from your parents. More than half of all mothers on welfare had their first child as a teenager. In fact, two- thirds od families began by a young, unmarried mothers are poor.The daughter of young teen mothers are 3 times more likely to become teen mothers themselves. Did you know that3in 10 teen girls in the US will get pregnant at least once before age 20? That's about 745,000 teen pregancies each year. Yikes. Parenthood is the leading reason why teen girls dorp out of school; after all,it's really diffcult tojuggle homework and a baby. Less than half of teen mothers ever graduate from high school and fewer than 2% earn a college degree by age 30.About one- fourth of teen moms a second child within 24months of the first birth - which can further delay their ability to finish school or keep a job. Teen Preanancy Babies are great - they're cute and cuddly and they love you.But they're also needy and selfish they want all your time and attention and they want it NOW. You may think having a will make your relationship even stronger, but the is 8 out of 10 fathers don't marry the mothers of their child. It's also true that these absent father pay less than $800annually for child support, often because they are poor themselves and and can't afford legitimate support payment. Start by thinking it though it carefully yourself. Are you ready to have sex? Delay Sex: Not sex at all is only 100% effective method of preventing pregnancy and STIs. Use Contraception:you do choose to have sex, you need to make sure that you use protection correctly every single time you have sex .


Transcript: Teenage kids like us that are having sex and girls are getting pregnant. CONNECTIONS MONTBELLO: These are all the kinds of services they provide to students at montbello high school Shotr-term counseling Interventions Community collaboration Responde to intervention General services Special Educations Evaluations Data: Why people should care? People should care about teenage pregnancy because what if it is you in that position getting pregnant. You would want to know about it and learn about it. If you didnt care then there can be a lot of things that happens to you. Like if you had STD's, you got pregnant and you didnt know anything about Birth control or how in perventing pregnancy and or getting STD's. PREVENTING PREGNANCY: There are many ways in preventing pregnancy these are some types in perventing it: Behavioral - Withdrawl ( pull out ) Bancier - Condom: 98% effective Hormonal - Ring Patch Arm injection Abstinence ( no sex )- Male Reproductive System: Connections: In order for the sperm not to get into the females vagina the male uses a condom and it keeps the sperm from getting in contact with the fallopian tubes. The sperm is made in the testicles. How the sperm survives is by the prostate, it helps the sperm move and survive and the sperm gets stored in the vas deferens. The only way the sperm can get out of the testicles is by the urethra, the urethra also transports urine. Female reproductive system: Conections: In the vagina there is a place were eggs are being created and it is called the ovary. Where fertilization happens in the fallopian tubes and thats where the sperm can go through and contact with the egg and the female will get a big risk of getting pregnant. If the female gets pregnant in the uterus is where the fetus is being develop during pregnancy. DEFENITION AGES .9 -49.3% Average Birth Rate to Teens ( 2007-2009 ) 2005 to 2009 -26.1% Ages 15-19 Ages Average Birth Rate to Teens by age group (2007-2009) 54.7 IUD Trauncy support TEENAGE PREGNANCY Compare 84.4% 996 Ages 10-14 .9% 15-19 54.5% Mental health services Change in Teen Birth Rates ( 15-19 ) 16.0 15-17 37.3% 18-19 Shot Ages 100% effective Ages 10-14 Average number of Births to Teens ( 2007-2009 ) -49.3% Teenage pregnancy Data: 10-14 15-19 Pill Change in Teen Birth Rate ( 1991-2009) -26.7% 1991 to 2009

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Transcript: Social, educational and financial costs of teen pregnancy The United State spends $7 billion each year due to the costs of teen pregnancy. Only one-third of teenage mothers complete high school and receive their diplomas By age 30, only 1.5 percent of women who had pregnancies as a teenager have a college degree. 80 percent of unmarried teen mothers end up on welfare Within the first year of becoming teen mothers, one-half of unmarried teen mothers go on welfare.* The daughters of teen mothers are 22 percent more likely than their peers to become teen mothers. Sons of teenaged mothers have a 13 percent greater chance of ending up in prison as compared to their peers. • Each year, almost 750,000 U.S. women aged 15–19 become pregnant. Two-thirds of all teen pregnancies occur among 18–19-year-olds. Jones RK et al., Adolescents’ reports of parental knowledge of adolescents’ use of sexual health services and their reactions to mandated parental notification for prescription contraception, Journal of the American Medical Association, 2005, 293(3):340–348. The Situation Proposition 1 Nonprofit organizational cooperation Teenage Pregnancy Regulatory Federal Funding and oversight Proposition 1 States will be rewarded and or penalized based on performace and efficiency. Policy Presentation Summary * 89 % of parents feel that in addition to education about the benefits of teen abstinence, teenagers should also receive education on condoms and other birth control methods. Only 15 % of American adults feel that abstinence-only education should be taught in schools. Reduction of federal funding of Abstinece Only programs (Custom Standard) • In 2006, only 5% of American high schools made condoms available to students. you should know (Federal) (Gold standard) Provision for cooperative insitutional In-School-Nursing facilities Provision for continued education opportunites Proposition 3 Resources Require public educational institutions to provide preventative information and resources (Health screenings, contraceptives, clinical services, etc) A Presentation of Prospective *Teen childbearing is associated with reduced educational attainment. Teen mothers are substantially less likely than women who delay childbearing to complete high school or obtain a GED by age 22 (66% vs. 94%). in America (Local) Parents of children under the age of 18 including those who are enrolled in a public insitution will be subject to certain tax credits and penalities. Unanimous intervertion/participation methods Proposition 2 (Silver Standard) Proposition 2 Federal Preventive Policies focused on Reducing Teenage pregnancy in American Public Schools Requirement of public educational institutions to provide alternative sex education as a part of a standard curriculum requirement (State) Objective: To encourge parents to become morally and financially accountable for the actions of their offspring while under the age of 18. Provision for Optional Reversible Sterilization for Adolescent Male • Black and Hispanic women have the highest teen pregnancy rates (126 and 127 per 1,000 women aged 15–19, respectively); non-Hispanic whites have the lowest rate (44 per 1,000). Proposition 3

Teenage Pregnancy

Transcript: Teenage Pregnancy Introduction Dr.Boesky is explaining how teenage pregnancy can be harmful to teens, children, and society. I have researched statistics, problems, causes and solutions of teenage pregnancy. Teenage pregnancy is a problem in our society today because it affects everyone, and we need to know what causes this problem so we, as individuals and as a whole, can work towards stopping it. First, I will tell you why teenage pregnancy is a problem. Then I will continue by explaining the causes and possible solutions. Finally, I will address why teenage pregnancy is wrong. Problem According to Gale Opposing Viewpoints, an online database for issues, teenage pregnancy is an issue today. Statistics Before the age of eighteen, 56% of women and 73% of men have had sexual intercourse. 63% of teenagers have used a condom when having sexual intercourse and 17% used birth control a month before engaging in sexual activities. About 10% (1 million) of teenagers in the United States become pregnant, which is about 1 in every 8 births. 33% of these teenagers abort their babies. 14% go through a miscarriage, and the last 52% go through child birth. Of the 52% of teenagers that go through child birth, 90% of them keep their children. The other 10% put their babies up for adoption. 87.9% of pregnant teens were taught about HIV or AIDS. Affects, teen mothers, the children, and the teens parents. This also affects you. Almost everyone in this room could have a baby before the age of 20. People such as friends, girlsfriends, and sisters can also get pregnant. You would have to watch loved ones go through a difficult pregnancy. Cause Population No Contraception No HIV or AIDS worry Hard to get contraception Risks Peer pressure No guidence Drugs and alcohol Media According to Admin, an author on, a website for both sides of an argument, on February 16, 2011, this affects the society as well. Experts believe that the rates will keep rising until it reaches the record high. In 1990, there were 116.9 pregnancies per 1,000 women. In 2006, there were 71.5 pregnancies per 1,000 women. If the rates keep increasing at this rate, the record high will be reached by 2030. 18 years from now, most of us will have our own kids. As a result, our kids will be affected by this problem. Solution Each member of the audience can understand that both boys and girls are responsible for avoiding teenage pregnancy. Teens need to resist peer pressure and talk openly with parents or other adults about sexual intercourse. If you are sexually active, you need to use both birth control and condoms. This will give you a 98% chance of not getting pregnant. Adults need to talk with teenagers who come to them and provide them with information and programs that these teens can go to. They also need to explain the consequences on sexual intercourse and how it could affect their life. Government Communities Parents These solutions will: lower teenage birth rate limit peer pressure limit parents worry help the economy limit the amount of people in poverty Opposing Viewpoints Teens become pregnant because: No contraception Lifestyle Peer pressure Media Teenage pregnancy affects everyone in a negative way. Teen mothers Children Parents Audience Conclusion By recognizing this issue and knowing the causes, we can stop it and allow more teenagers to live better lives. What you need to do: Teens- resist peer pressure, talk to parents, and use contraception adults- talk to teens and provide them with answers and information More people would live happier, healthier, and safer lives without teenage pregnancy. Teenage pregnancy is an issue in the world today and we need to all come together to change it. (cc) photo by jimmyharris on Flickr (cc) photo by Metro Centric on Flickr (cc) photo by Metro Centric on Flickr

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