This archive file of ECE 332 Week 2 Discussion Question 1 High Risk Pregnancy includes: Chapter Three of the text discusses the prenatal period of development. For this Discussion Question, identify and discuss what constitutes a high risk pregnancy. Include an in-depth analysis of which factors of a high risk pregnancy can be prevented and which cannot. Share insights on how a family experiencing a high risk pregnancy can best be supported by an early childhood professional. Respond to at least two of your classmates
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nurture. Below is your assigned debate grouping by the first letter of your last name:
a. A-M: Proponent of Nature
b. N-Z: Proponent of Nurture
For this debate, you must develop a persuasive, research-based argument showing the extent to which your assigned influence affects development. Be sure to utilize both the course text as well as other scholarly resources to support your argument. Remember, you are arguing that either nature or nurture is the most important influence on development.
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