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Prepared by the students of the 11th Form Nebieva, O. Sinitsyna L.B. Demidova, the teacher of English of Novotalitskaya school 2012
Today it is fashionable to speak about teens’ problems. A few years ago alcohol, fights, killing and other kinds of violence were more problems for adults than for young people. But now, as official reports say, violence, AIDS, drugs and alcohol are more associated with youngsters. So there is a question: Are all teenagers violent?
Hypothesis: All teens in our school are violent.
Process Of Our Research: 1. To work with the dictionary. 2. To find some information about teens’ behaviour abroad. 3. To determine positive and negative sides of teens’ attitude to life. 4. To ask for some information about teens of our school the social pedagogue. 5. To make up questionnaire for pupils of our school. 6. To analyze and summarize all the facts. 7. To come to the conclusion.
First we use the dictionary to find the definition of the words “violence” and “violent”. Violence - 1. violent behaviour, acts of violence; 2. a strong force that something has, often one that causes a lot of damage. Violent - using physical force to hurt people or damage property. More than that we think violence includes bulling, teasing, giving nicknames, saying dirty words, fighting and killing.
Some Facts About Teens’ Behaviour In the United Kingdom And the USA Bulling: Facts And Figures Bulling is a serious problem in many countries. These are some facts about bulling in the UK. According to a resent study, seven in every ten teenagers are bullied. Every year around 16 British children kill themselves after being bullied. What are the reasons? They are being ignored and left out being forced to have over money or possessions having rumours spread about you being called names and teased being attacked because of your religion or color.
IPPR Researches New research, conducted by the Institute for Public Policy Research ( IPPR), shows that British young people are the worst behaved in Europe. According to IPPR British teens get drunk more often and get involved in more fights than teens in other countries. They are also aggressive and more anti- social.
One Day In the Life Of American Teens Every day in the USA 10 children die from guns 135000 teens bring guns to school 211 teenagers are arrested for drug addiction 1629 children are in adult jails 3288 children run away from home 1512 teens drop out of school
What Is Positive About Foreign Teens Some journalists think that the fact that teens are rude and violent, is quite the opposite of the truth. Teenagers spend a lot of time thinking about their work or studies, their families, friends and hobbies. There is the myth that all teenagers are rude, selfish, lazy and greedy. The vast majority of young people they meet, are polite, friendly, open, interested and hard-working.
What Do Teens Think About Themselves Not everyone who is a teenager drinks and get involved in fights. This is a horrible stereotype. A lot of teens attend colleges, have a part time job, help their parents caring about younger children, do voluntary work in different organizations. There are some teenagers who are pretty wild but that goes for minority. There are millions of young people out there who are achieving great things, making successes of yourselves and helping other people.
Some Facts About Pupils Of Our School Total number of the students in our school – 707 Number of the pupils with bad behavior – 17 Number of the pupils who get involved in fights – 6 Number of the students who force to hand over money or possessions - 0
Questionnaire For Pupils 1. Are there any pupils in your class who - often use dirty words - constantly fight and bully other people - are not tolerant of people of other nationalities or religion - tease or call nicknames - force to hand over money or possessions - ignore some pupils
2. What do you do if - someone calls you nicknames - someone says dirty words - your classmates start fighting - someone damages school possessions - someone is rude with elder people - someone suddenly push you during the break - a teacher makes you a remark - your parents try to give you a piece of advice
3. What should the society do with bad-tempered teens - to punish them physically - to fine their parents - to turn out from school - to be patient with them - not to pay attention at them - to explain that they behave themselves badly - to help them to become better 4. Are all teens violent? Give your arguments
Results Of the Questionnaire 30 students took part in it. According to their opinions the main problems in our school are 1. using dirty words 12 2. being rude 4 3. calling nicknames 7 4. fighting and bulling 6 5. being ignored by classmates 0 6. being forced to hand money and possessions 0
Conclusions And Suggestions According to our investigation we came to the conclusion that not all pupils of our school are violent. Many other students are very active and hard-working at the lessons. More than that they take part in different subject contests and win the first prizes. Besides they attend different elective cources, clubs and sport sections. These pupils are polite, well-mannered, helpful, friendly and interested in different things.
The pupils think we should be tolerant to each other to avoid negative situations, to explain the pupils how to behave in the right way, to help them become better. We also should work with the parents. They must understand that their children are their future and they shouldn’t be indifferent with them. All grown-ups should love their children and take care of them.
The Sources Of Information 1. Foreign Languages At School, №1 – 2012. 2. Speak Out, № 3(67)- 2008, 6(58) – 2006, 3 – 2002. 3. Students’ Book by V.P. Kuzovlev, 10-11th form. 4.MacMillan Essential Dictionary For Learners Of English.
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