Thursday, May 1, 2014

What about the other voices in this debate?

So, you've digested, analyzed, and evaluated on argument about access to sexual health services.  Now, let's see what arguments your classmates encountered.

As a group:
  1. Click on each of the links below and read your classmates' comments about the structure and quality of their article's argument.
  2. Decide, based on the information that they gave you about the claims, evidence, and reasoning in the argument, whether you agree with the group about whether it was a weak or strong argument.
  3. Leave a comment saying if you agree or disagree and explain why it is that you think so.
"Dr. Coburn Introduces the 'Parents Right to Know Act'"

"The 'Parent's Right to Know Act' Threatens Adolescent Health"

"Adolescents, Parents and Birth Control"

"Teens Opt for Unsafe Sex, Not Parents' Consent"

"Underage Abortions: Parental notification makes sense for families"

"Parental Consent and Notice for Contraceptives Threatens Teen Health and Constitutional Rights"

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