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Do Teenagers Think About the Consequences of Their Actions.
Transcript of Do Teenagers Think About the Consequences of Their Actions.
~ Homework responsibility(Most students turn in their homework assignments on time)
~Grades (More students get ood grades then bad ones)
~How you do in school affect if you are eligible to participate in other activities.
The majority of teenagers are not careless and really do think about the consequences of their actions.
Making smart decisions in extracurricular activities.
~Training(working hard to get better.)
~Not smoking or doing drugs that could harm you ability to preform in sports.
~Being respectful to coaches, teachers, and other players
General to Specific
Making decisions that will help lead to a successful future.
~Jobs and internships.(Who do managers want as employes.)
~College applications.(Bad decisions can effect what colleges accept you.)
~Joining clubs and extracurricular activities like chorus and NHS that will help you get into high school specialty centers.
~Not getting into trouble with the law.
It is unfair to condemn all teenagers as irresponsible because of the actions of just a small percentage out of the age group.
When people tend to assume that all teenagers are careless and don't think things through. However, that's not always true at Chesterfield county not every teenager is negligent in fact most aren't. There are so many students involved in the community, sports, clubs, and excelling academically. The majority of teenagers are not careless and really do think about the consequences of their actions.
Some people say that most teenagers are careless and do not think about the consequences of their actions. Do you agree or disagree with this idea?
Take a position on this question. Use reasons and specific examples to support your opinion.
Do Teenagers Think About the Consequences of Their Actions?
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