Presentation on theme: "T E E N S ‘ P R O B L E M S T E E N S ‘ P R O B L E M S Klokova Catherine, 9 «B» Klokova Catherine, 9 «B» Research adviser: E.V.Gerasimova."— Presentation transcript:
T E E N S ‘ P R O B L E M S T E E N S ‘ P R O B L E M S Klokova Catherine, 9 «B» Klokova Catherine, 9 «B» Research adviser: E.V.Gerasimova
Teenagers are overwhelmed with Teenagers are overwhelmed with different problems, which are quite serious. These problems can be explained by the teens’ psychological instability.
Factors of teens’ misbehavior: 1.Teenagers are greatly influenced by social problems which do not depend on them : unemployment disfunctional families the stress of getting into a new college
2. Teenagers have got a lot of work. There's no time for fun and entertainment. The excessive work leads to an inner conflict with the grown-ups. House- hold chores Paid job Studies
The conflict with parents is very difficult to solve. Many teens don’t like to discuss things with their parents. Teenagers don't know how to organize their life.
Parents consider drugs to be the most serious problem of their children, but they are wrong. The most important teens’ problem is their relationships. Falling out with the friends can seriously influence the teens’ mental health.
What do you think the biggest problem of today’s teenager is? What are they like? The facts about teenage life may seem shocking. These are some facts typical of British teenagers:
33% of UK teens say they began drinking alcohol at the age of thirteen or younger. British teens drink more alcohol than teens anywhere in Europe.
Four out of ten UK teenagers are so ignorant about cooking that they can’t even boil/fry an egg.
One in every four teens smokes. 33% of 15-year-old say they have tried drugs.
75% of UK teens have their own television and watch it many hours a day.
Every one in five UK teens is overweight or obese.
64% of 15-year-olds take less than half an hour’s exercise a day.
More than 5% of pupils leave school with no qualifications for working life.
Young people have larger groups of friends than twenty or thirty years ago.
Communication is very important to 11-16-year-olds. 82% of them have a mobile phone and spend a lot of money talking with friends. 45% of UK teens regularly surf the net. 60% of teens are happy to give out their e-mail address.
What about us? In comparison with British teenagers we look much better. Here are some facts about us: Here are some facts about us: 90% of us can make an omelette.
How to Make it Through Your Teenage Years? Instructions. Step 1. Follow your parents rules without сomplaint. Step 2. Remember... you are not going to be there forever! going to be there forever! Step 3. Find a coping mechanism.
Step 4. Try to become involved in after-school activities that will keep you busy. Step 5. Start an exercise program. Step 6. Find a friend.