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Teens: A Presentation on Risky Behaviors

What can be presented to a group of adolescents to:

- Inform them about risk-taking behaviors to which they are susceptible and should avoid.
- Suggest how their peers may influence these behaviors, positively and/or negatively.
- Present strategies they might use to mitigate or enhance the influence of their peers on the risk-taking behaviors

(to complete a slideshow)

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Dear Student,

I understand that your audience is teens and this presentation will be for them. Hence, I suggest:

Cover Slide -
Title - Presentation on Risky Behaviors of Adolescents and their Impact
(Your name)
(Your course, your professor)
(Your University)

Slide 1 -
Title: Because you want a Good Future

A report by the CDC (2009) indicated that teens who behave in risky ways end up in trouble. Life can be good; you can be safe and still have fun. Go through this slideshow, just give it a listen and protect your future.

Images - pictures of a happy teen and pictures of a teen in trouble.

Slide 2 -

Title: Introduction

Hi there! By looking through this presentation, you display a sense of responsibility towards yourself to ensure that you have a good future. Here, I will introduce you to the concept of risky behaviors and how they can lead you to a dark path that you might not recover from. First, what is risky-behaviour all about? They are any or all behavior that puts you in a path of destruction and consequences. For some who are unfortunate, they have home lives and social lives that are troubled and problematic. Negative consequences can lead to mental and psychological issues, injury and even ...

Solution Summary

The solution provides information, assistance and advise to students in terms of tackling the task (see above) that requires putting together slideshow presentation geared for teens. The purpose is to inform teens of risky behaviors, their consequences and present ways of mitigating/avoiding them. Resources are listed for further exploration of the topic.