Teenage Relationship

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Preliminary Information
Title of presentation: Increase in Teenage Boy-girl Relationships in Singapore Central idea/thesis: Statistics and trends of teenage dating in Singapore

1. Introduction
(A) Attention-getter:
Now if I could just get the guys and the girls in the room to turn and face each other for a bit? (Audience does so) Ok good.
Now, guys and girls, I want you to pick the person that attracts you the most. (Give audience time to think) Are you done? Ok great!
Now look real hard at the person you’ve picked, and think about this for a second. What if I told you that there’s a 22.9% that person is bored or curious enough to be in a relationship with you?

Or how about this: What if I told you that there’s a 16.6% chance that that person might take a look at the couple next to them, think “hey, I want to be in a relationship too” and then get together with you?

(B) Purpose of presentation:
To inform the audience of some statistics and trends with regards to teenage dating in Singapore. This is to facilitate understanding of some of the major trends and consequences, in order to educate groups of peers within each age demographic, and promote self- awareness as well as social awareness about teenage dating.

(C) Main points to be covered in the presentation:
* Statistics of teenagers who get into boy-girl relationships out of curiosity and boredom * Statistics of teenagers who get into boy-girl relationships because of the increasing trend * Statistics of the drop in academic results due to boy-girl relationships...
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