Purpose: To inform the audience about student stress.
Thesis: Today I will discuss about sources and effects of student stress and efficient ways to manage this emotional and physical strain. Organizational Pattern:
A. Attention Getter According to the Student Living Report 2002, an ongoing survey of student experiences carried out by MORI for the UNITE Group, more than half of students (53%) said they had become more stressed since starting university.
B. Relevance Stress is what you feel when you react to pressure, either from the outside world (school, work, after-school activities, family, friends) or from inside yourself (wanting to do well in school, wanting to fit in). Stress is a normal reaction for people of all ages. It's caused by your body's instinct to protect itself from emotional or physical pressure or, in extreme situations, from danger.
C. Credibility As a first year student I myself have experienced many of the stressful situations I’ll talk about. D. Thesis Today I will provide some important an useful information about student stress. E. Preview Specifically, I will discuss the causes, effects, and means of diminishing the negative aspects of stress
Transition First, I will discuss about the sources of stress. II. Body
A. What causes stress?
1. According to the Student Stress Survey based on the Student Stress Scale and the Taylor Manifest Anxiety Scale, intrapersonal sources of stress were determined to be the most common sources of stress. 1.change in sleeping habits (89%)
3.change in eating habits (74%)
4. responsibilities (73%)
5.increased class workload (73%)
6.Financial difficulties (71%) and change in social activities (71%) were also frequently reported stressors. 2.But The Financial and General College Advice for Students and Families website mentioned...