Children Behavior at School (INFORMATIVE)

Children Behavior at School (INFORMATIVE)

Bullying: Cause-Effect
Verbal bullying
Physical bullying
Emotional bullying
Extracurricular activities: Classification
Student’s hobbies
Student’s leisure time
Student’s sports
Topic 2: Education in Elementary School(PERSUASIVE)
Teacher-student relationship: Chronological
Student’s performance
Attentiveness in class
Student’s absenteeism
Student’s health and safety: Process
Drug abuse
Grooming
Peer pressure
Both positive and negative things characterize children’s behavior in an elementary school. To begin with, student’s force each other to do some things that they are not willing to do. This may coercer them physically, verbally, or emotionally. Some of the signs that may signify bullying include declining interests in education or school activities, tendency of withdrawing from social circles, bruises, loss of property, and worrying about going to school (Lambert, 2003). For this reason, 50% of children exhibit various behavior problems in an elementary school. Notably, these issues are detrimental to their academic excellence becaseu elementary education is the key to unlocking their future potential. This speech seeks to discuss the behaviors children exhibit in school.
Bullying being a cause effect pattern, students may have low self- esteem, be badly hurt out of the physical bullying, develop stress or depression, and later drop out of school. To avoid bullying, teachers and parents should develop close relationship with the students to be able to address what they go through by asking questions.However, the relationship between the teacher and the student will also portray his behavior. Class performance should be closely monitored,how the student behaves when the teacher is in class and more so, how the student keeps up with the class attendance.
Furthermore, an extracurricular activity plays a vital role in the child’s behavior. An active student should always have hobbies, have something constructive to do during leisure time and always participate in sports (Smith, 2013). Extracurricular activities help in mental and in emotional growth too. This adds value to their academic performance in school. Students should be encouraged to take part in what they are interested in and join groups that promotes that what they like most to help them relieve stress. Moreover,the health and safety of the student influences the students’ behavior too (Lambert, 2003).
Students at times tend to abuse drugs while others have poor grooming. First, the parents should make sure that their children always take the best diet and exercise regularly. Second, parents should have personal time with their children and advise them on the things to do, what company to associate with and what could happen to them if they engaged with the wrong company. In the event where the student’sperformance drops dramatically, close monitoring is essential to find the reason. Secondly, being attentive in class is a sign that the student is comfortable in class and is interested in what they are learning. In addition, teacher-student’s relationship can be portrayedby how frequent the student attends the class (Lambert, 2003). Frequent absenteeism would be a sign that something is wrong. Student’s behavior being negative towards the teacher may lead to student’s extreme poor performance and later dropping out (Smith, 2013). Teachers should ensure that they have confronted any issue raised and that they follow up student’s performance sudden drops and frequent absenteeism. They should also discuss the matter with the parent to help address the issue fully.
Conclusively, influence towards children’s behavior and performance in elementary schools is a role that needs practice from both the teachers and parents. Both should ensure that they give both the negative and positive behaviors undivided attention. With that, performance will improve and students will endorse school life in a positive manner.

Speech 1
Children Behaviour at School
Description
Children exhibit different forms of behaviours at school. There are various reasons to this phenomenon. First, there are certain children who are enthusiastic about going to school. This category of children usually enjoys interacting with others and the teachers. Second, some children are quite reluctant to leave their parents at home and join with strangers in their school.
Connection with the Topic
I have long been studying my little nephew’s behaviour since he started his elementary education. I noticed that he always picked a quarrel with other boys on his way back home. I have also been summoned a number of times by his teacher since he was in grade three. This prompted me to develop an interest in studying his behaviour in school. I found out that he was also not able to concentrate in class.
Goal of the Speech
The main aim of this speech is to inform parents and guardians of the many negative experiences that children go through in school. These experiences are as a result of behavioural problems among many children. For instance, many of them exhibit behavioural issues if they have been bullied in school. In addition, they are affected by anxiety due to the separation of their parents (Hallam and Rogers, 2008). By the end of this speech, I intend to deliver ways in which parents and guardians are able to monitor behavioural problems in their children. Parents and guardians should spare enough time to share life issues with children on a regular basis (Hallam and Rogers, 2008). In addition, they should help their children in forming healthy and friendly relationships with other children (Smith, 2013).
My speech thesis is “More than 50% of young children have behaviour problems in school”
The Audience
My prospective audience was the teachers in primary and elementary schools. However, following further research and analysis, I realised that the root core of this problem was in the way children are brought up. In others, it was influenced by their home setting, parents, and guardians.
Speech 2
Education in the Elementary School
Description
Elementary education is a very important component of the education system. Although there are countries that classify this type of education as involuntary, there are major benefits that accrue through this system of education. Apart from being sharpened in basic writing and oral skills, children also undergo numeral training (Hallam and Rogers, 2008). This is the foundation for pursuing further knowledge.
Connection with the Topic
I have a phenomenal attachment on this topic because of a number of reasons. First, being an outgoing person, I have been able to interact with a number of students who hail from different regions of the world. Particularly, I have interacted with students from Southern Asia and Sub-Saharan Africa. Second, I have been interacting with statistics concerning the three levels of education in different parts of the world. Through these experiences, I have been shocked to find the disparities in literacy levels all over the world.
The Goal of the Speech
Due to reduced literacy levels, several challenges are bound to arise. First, the world’s millennium development goal of attaining universal primary education by 2015 will not be achieved this year. Second, gender gaps are widening as more girls are locked out of primary education (Lambert, 2003). Third, regions such as sub-Saharan Africa will remain uneducated, hence, less competitive in the global economy (Harris, 2010). The goal of this speech is to urge the United Nations and the world governments to provide the necessary infrastructure to support elementary education. I am quite confident that the concerned bodies will realise the importance of valuing education at such a low level and probably offer elementary education free of charge.
The thesis for this speech is “Elementary education is the key to unlocking a child’s potential and a lifetime investment”
Audience and Response to Criticism
I thought that this topic should be reserved and discussed at the family level, but it is crystal clear that is both a national and international issue. Although critics would cite inadequate resources to support compulsory elementary education, the long run effect will prove otherwise. There will be production of literate societies, which can build more wealth for their nations.

Speech 1
Children Behaviour at School
Description
Children exhibit different forms of behaviours at school. There are various reasons to this phenomenon. First, there are certain children who are enthusiastic about going to school. This category of children usually enjoys interacting with others and the teachers. Second, some children are quite reluctant to leave their parents at home and join with strangers in their school.
Connection with the Topic
I have long been studying my little nephew’s behaviour since he started his elementary education. I noticed that he always picked a quarrel with other boys on his way back home. I have also been summoned a number of times by his teacher since he was in grade three. This prompted me to develop an interest in studying his behaviour in school. I found out that he was also not able to concentrate in class.
Goal of the Speech
The main aim of this speech is to inform parents and guardians of the many negative experiences that children go through in school. These experiences are as a result of behavioural problems among many children. For instance, many of them exhibit behavioural issues if they have been bullied in school. In addition, they are affected by anxiety due to the separation of their parents (Hallam and Rogers, 2008). By the end of this speech, I intend to deliver ways in which parents and guardians are able to monitor behavioural problems in their children. Parents and guardians should spare enough time to share life issues with children on a regular basis (Hallam and Rogers, 2008). In addition, they should help their children in forming healthy and friendly relationships with other children (Smith, 2013).
My speech thesis is “More than 50% of young children have behaviour problems in school”
The Audience
My prospective audience was the teachers in primary and elementary schools. However, following further research and analysis, I realised that the root core of this problem was in the way children are brought up. In others, it was influenced by their home setting, parents, and guardians.
Speech 2
Education in the Elementary School
Description
Elementary education is a very important component of the education system. Although there are countries that classify this type of education as involuntary, there are major benefits that accrue through this system of education. Apart from being sharpened in basic writing and oral skills, children also undergo numeral training (Hallam and Rogers, 2008). This is the foundation for pursuing further knowledge.
Connection with the Topic
I have a phenomenal attachment on this topic because of a number of reasons. First, being an outgoing person, I have been able to interact with a number of students who hail from different regions of the world. Particularly, I have interacted with students from Southern Asia and Sub-Saharan Africa. Second, I have been interacting with statistics concerning the three levels of education in different parts of the world. Through these experiences, I have been shocked to find the disparities in literacy levels all over the world.
The Goal of the Speech
Due to reduced literacy levels, several challenges are bound to arise. First, the world’s millennium development goal of attaining universal primary education by 2015 will not be achieved this year. Second, gender gaps are widening as more girls are locked out of primary education (Lambert, 2003). Third, regions such as sub-Saharan Africa will remain uneducated, hence, less competitive in the global economy (Harris, 2010). The goal of this speech is to urge the United Nations and the world governments to provide the necessary infrastructure to support elementary education. I am quite confident that the concerned bodies will realise the importance of valuing education at such a low level and probably offer elementary education free of charge.
The thesis for this speech is “Elementary education is the key to unlocking a child’s potential and a lifetime investment”
Audience and Response to Criticism
I thought that this topic should be reserved and discussed at the family level, but it is crystal clear that is both a national and international issue. Although critics would cite inadequate resources to support compulsory elementary education, the long run effect will prove otherwise. There will be production of literate societies, which can build more wealth for their nations.

Speech 1
Children Behaviour at School
Description
Children exhibit different forms of behaviours at school. There are various reasons to this phenomenon. First, there are certain children who are enthusiastic about going to school. This category of children usually enjoys interacting with others and the teachers. Second, some children are quite reluctant to leave their parents at home and join with strangers in their school.
Connection with the Topic
I have long been studying my little nephew’s behaviour since he started his elementary education. I noticed that he always picked a quarrel with other boys on his way back home. I have also been summoned a number of times by his teacher since he was in grade three. This prompted me to develop an interest in studying his behaviour in school. I found out that he was also not able to concentrate in class.
Goal of the Speech
The main aim of this speech is to inform parents and guardians of the many negative experiences that children go through in school. These experiences are as a result of behavioural problems among many children. For instance, many of them exhibit behavioural issues if they have been bullied in school. In addition, they are affected by anxiety due to the separation of their parents (Hallam and Rogers, 2008). By the end of this speech, I intend to deliver ways in which parents and guardians are able to monitor behavioural problems in their children. Parents and guardians should spare enough time to share life issues with children on a regular basis (Hallam and Rogers, 2008). In addition, they should help their children in forming healthy and friendly relationships with other children (Smith, 2013).
My speech thesis is “More than 50% of young children have behaviour problems in school”
The Audience
My prospective audience was the teachers in primary and elementary schools. However, following further research and analysis, I realised that the root core of this problem was in the way children are brought up. In others, it was influenced by their home setting, parents, and guardians.
Speech 2
Education in the Elementary School
Description
Elementary education is a very important component of the education system. Although there are countries that classify this type of education as involuntary, there are major benefits that accrue through this system of education. Apart from being sharpened in basic writing and oral skills, children also undergo numeral training (Hallam and Rogers, 2008). This is the foundation for pursuing further knowledge.
Connection with the Topic
I have a phenomenal attachment on this topic because of a number of reasons. First, being an outgoing person, I have been able to interact with a number of students who hail from different regions of the world. Particularly, I have interacted with students from Southern Asia and Sub-Saharan Africa. Second, I have been interacting with statistics concerning the three levels of education in different parts of the world. Through these experiences, I have been shocked to find the disparities in literacy levels all over the world.
The Goal of the Speech
Due to reduced literacy levels, several challenges are bound to arise. First, the world’s millennium development goal of attaining universal primary education by 2015 will not be achieved this year. Second, gender gaps are widening as more girls are locked out of primary education (Lambert, 2003). Third, regions such as sub-Saharan Africa will remain uneducated, hence, less competitive in the global economy (Harris, 2010). The goal of this speech is to urge the United Nations and the world governments to provide the necessary infrastructure to support elementary education. I am quite confident that the concerned bodies will realise the importance of valuing education at such a low level and probably offer elementary education free of charge.
The thesis for this speech is “Elementary education is the key to unlocking a child’s potential and a lifetime investment”
Audience and Response to Criticism
I thought that this topic should be reserved and discussed at the family level, but it is crystal clear that is both a national and international issue. Although critics would cite inadequate resources to support compulsory elementary education, the long run effect will prove otherwise. There will be production of literate societies, which can build more wealth for their nations.

BASED ON THOSE DOCUMENTS ABOVE, DO THE SPEECH OUTLINE 1
Speech 1 Outline

ASSIGNMENT
For this assignment you will create an outline of your first speech(CHILDREN BEHAVIOR AT SCHOOL , informative) which builds on the organizational patterns exercise you completed for your last assignment.

Using the template below as a guide, create a document that utilizes one or more of the organizational patterns (Chronological, Spatial, Cause-effect, Problem-solution, Topical) that best convey(s) your message, but which include(s) more detail on main and subpoints than you listed in your previous activity. As you can tell from the template, you should also include:

any key research or quotes(supporting material)
connectives
Use a conventional or full sentence format and include specific wording you want to use in the speech.

Introduction
Attention Getter:
Psychological Orientation:
Credibility:
Logical Orientation:
Connective to body of speech:
1st Main Point
Subpoint:
– Supporting material:
Subpoint:
– Supporting material:
Connective to body of speech
[repeat this pattern for each main point]
Conclusion
Logical closure:
Psychological closure:
Clincher:
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