Introduction

I)     Introduction

a)    What is Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (AD/HD)

i)      What are the signs

b)    Why is just medicating a child for AD/HD a problem

c)    A child with Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (AD/HD) receives more benefit with learning techniques rather than just medicine.

 

II)    The medicine that is used to treat AD/HD

a)    What are the stimulants

i)      What are the side effects

b)    What are the non-stimulants

i)      What are the side effects

c)    Why is medication usual the only treatment for people with AD/HD

 

III)    What are the learning techniques in the classroom

a)    Behavior Management

b)    Support

c)    Organization

d)    Activities

 

IV)   What can parents do to help their child with AD/HD

a)    Behavior Management

i)      A reward program

ii)     Punishment

b)    Support

c)    Knowledge about AD/HD

 

V)     Other treatments for AD/HD

a)    Therapy

b)    Behavioral treatment

c)    Yoga

d)    Dore program

 

VI)    A natural remedy for AD/HD

a)    Health diet

b)    Natural options

i)      Vitamins

ii)     Minerals

 

VII) Conclusion

a)    Review of point

b)    Restate thesis statement

 

 

Topic: Abortion- Protecting the rights of the woman vs. protecting the rights of the unborn child.
 
Thesis Statement: After carefully researching protecting the rights of the woman vs. protecting the rights of the unborn child, it has been decided that protecting the rights of the unborn child is necessary in order to save his/her life.

Introduction: Many people debate over who’s rights are the most important to protect, the rights of women or the rights of the unborn child. Women would like freedom of choice, but in this particular situation, giving them that freedom of choice would forfeit another individual’s right to live. After carefully researching protecting the rights of the woman vs. protecting the rights of the unborn child, it has been decided that protecting the rights of the unborn child is necessary in order to save his/her life.

I. Protecting the rights of the unborn child is necessary.

A. It is necessary because for the unborn child, it’s a matter of life or death.


        1. We protect the rights of women to live. By doing so, can it be said that we are forfeiting the rights of a murderer to go around killing women at his/her leisure?

II. Women’s rights are important too.

        A. Adoption
           1. If a woman decides she is not yet ready to be a mother, she can carry the baby to term and adopt it into a loving home. This gives the woman her right to choose not to raise a child at this time in her life, as well as protects the rights of the unborn child to live. This is a win/win situation for everyone involved and everyone’s lives are preserved.

III. The unborn child is defenseless.

        A. It is not right to defend someone who is already capable of defending themselves and leave a defenseless child without a voice. For the people who try to say that the woman’s rights are more important because the baby is just a fetus, it can be concluded that this person is discriminating on the bases of age. Is it fair to deduce that someone is more important just because they are older then someone else?
               1. If we are discriminating on the bases of age, why is it okay for a woman to choose to end the life of her 2 month old fetus, but if a woman decides to end the life of her 2 year old child, she’s in major trouble? I would really like to know what the difference is between these two scenarios. The ONLY difference I’ve noticed is that the child is older in the second scenario then the first one. This gives them more rights?

        B. No one should be given the right to end someone else’s life, however there are other choices a woman has.

IV. In conclusion, the rights of the unborn child should be closely guarded since they aren’t able to fend for themselves.

 

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