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Outline Article : Sex Education Helps Young Be Responsible (The Star Online)

Opening sentences: Sex education is one of the most controversy issues in education, which has been floating on educational institutions since ages. Topic sentences: There are three reasons why sex education should not be taught on educational institutions. Supporting detail 1. Students mature at different ages. Example: They should be should be at least 13 years old before it is appropriate to teach them about sex. A survey, which questioned more than 1,700 parents of children aged five to 11, found that 59% do not agree with the fact that sex education is often taught to children in schools.

2. Different religions have different beliefs about sex and how it should be taught. Example: In some religions, they only can have sex after marriage. Muslims believe that the law must have own good for them.

3. Parents prefer to teach their own children about sex and sex issues. Example: Jodi Hoffman, a Florida mother who successfully sued the Broward County public schools, claiming the districts sex education program was too explicit. Hoffman said information about sex should only be taught at home, where parents can impart their own values to their children. Conclusion: There are three reasons why sex education should not be taught in school. Parents have to help and guide their children to solve this problem.

First draft

7th March, 2012 Dear Editor Sex Education Should Not Be Taught on Educational Institutions I refer to the report Sex Education Helps Young Be Responsible, (The Star, February 29th, 2012) Sex education is one of the most controversy issues in education, which has been floating on educational institutions since ages. There are reasons why sex education should not be taught on educational institutions. Students mature at different ages. They should be at least 13 years old before it is appropriate to teach them about sex. A survey, which questioned more than 1,700 parents of children aged five to 11, found that 59% do not agree with the fact that sex education is often taught to children in schools. Different religions have different beliefs about sex and how it should be taught. In some religions, they only can have sex after marriage. Muslims believe that the law must have own good for them. Parents prefer to teach their own children about sex and sex issues. Jodi Hoffman, a Florida mother who successfully sued the Broward County public schools, claiming the districts sex education program was too explicit. Hoffman said information about sex should only be taught at home, where parents can impart their own values to their children. There are three reasons why sex education should not be taught in school. Parents have to help and guide their children to solve this problem.

Mohammed Abdillah bin Ahmad Farid Kolej Kedua, Universiti Putra Malaysia 44000 Serdang, Selangor.

Second draft

16th March, 2012 Dear Editor Sex Education Should Not Be Taught In Educational Institutions I refer to the report Sex Education Helps Young Be Responsible, (The Star February 29th, 2012) Sex education is one of the most controversial issues in education, which has been floating on educational institutions since ages. There are three reasons why sex education should not be taught on educational institutions. Firstly, students mature at different ages. They should be at least 13 years old before it is appropriate to teach them about sex. A survey, which questioned more than 1,700 parents of children aged five to 11, found that 59% do not agree with the fact that sex education is often taught to children in schools. Secondly, different religions have different beliefs about sex and how it should be taught. In some religions, they only can have sex after marriage. For example, Muslims believe that the law must have its own good not to have sex before marriage. Lastly, parents prefer to teach their own children about sex and sex issues. Jodi Hoffman, a Florida mother who successfully sued the Broward County public schools, claiming the districts sex education program was too explicit. Hoffman said information about sex should only be taught at home, where parents can impart their own values to their children. There are three reasons why sex education should not be taught in school. Parents have to help and guide their children to solve this problem.

Mohammed Abdillah bin Ahmad Farid Kolej Kedua, Universiti Putra Malaysia 44000 Serdang, Selangor.

Final draft The Star (Headquarters) Menara Star15 Jalan 16/1146350 Petaling Jaya Selangor Darul Ehsan.

16th March, 2012 Dear Editor RE : Sex Education Should Not Be Taught in Educational Institutions I refer to the report Sex Education Helps Young Be Responsible, (The Star February 29th, 2012) Sex education is one of the most controversial issues in education, which has been floating on educational institutions since ages. There are three reasons why sex education should not be taught in educational institutions. Firstly, students mature at different ages. They should be at least 13 years old before it is appropriate to teach them about sex. A survey, which questioned more than 1,700 parents of children aged five to 11, found that 59% do not agree with the fact that sex education is often taught to children in schools. Secondly, different religions have different beliefs about sex and how it should be taught. In some religions, they only can have sex after marriage. For example, Muslims believe that there are benefits not to have sex before marriage. Lastly, parents prefer to teach their own children about sex and sex issues. Jodi Hoffman, a Florida mother who successfully sued the Broward County public schools, claiming the districts sex education program was too explicit. Hoffman said information about sex should only be taught at home, where parents can impart their own values to their children. In conclusion, there are three reasons why sex education should not be taught in educational institutions. Parents have to help and guide their children to solve this problem.

Mohammed Abdillah bin Ahmad Farid Kolej Kedua, Universiti Putra Malaysia 44000 Serdang, Selangor.