Early Pregnancy Essay

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EARLY PREGNANCY: ITS RISKS AND HARM
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In Partial Fullment Of The Requirements In English IV
F.Bangoy National Highschool Sasa, Davao City

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A Research Paper Presented To:
Arvin Maturan Genovate
English IV Teacher

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By:
Rhea Lyca Suarez, Angelo Jadloc, May Ann Ganas
Jon Boni Podador, Analyn Naquila, Alvin Cabusora
John Mark Desierto, Michelle Cabagong, Jovelyn Roxas
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December 2014

TABLE OF CONTENTS
I . CHAPTER 1
Acknowledgement……………………………………………………………………1
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Our Friends, who gave their time and effort to help us in gathering all the data and information.
Our Classmates, who shared their knowledge and opinions.
And last but not the least our ALMIGHTY GOD, who guided us while conducting this research

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CHAPTER 1
THE PROBLEM AND ITS SETTING
INTRODUCTION:
Early pregnancy is one the most alarming issues around the world, today. Each individuals has the right to choose, to live, to express their feelings, beliefs, ideas, opinions and to even decide for their future. But as we can see, this freedom given to this young people by the society is not being used properly. Many teenagers engage themselves in sexual intercourse with their partners, boyfriends/girlfriends, just to be “in” with their friends. Teenage pregnancy occurs due to many reasons. Some of this are: peer pressure, lack of attention of the parent, their poor quality of living and underage drinking. Most of the teenager’s option to have a sexual intercourse is because they need to achieve the acceptance given by the people around them or given by the “circle of friends”.Teenage pregnancy is not a new issue, in fact, it has been a rising concern here in the Philippines for the past few years. Teenagers lead to the need for desire of love by another person, or she just looking for an acceptance. Most of the teenagers now live in the culture of being liberated, being surrounded by

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