A great topic would be about lonely children. Most young children as early pre-K feel lonely due to one reason or another - due to moving, their friend moving, being a new student, loneliness on the playground during recess time, etc. I think as adults we are quick to say "You'll make new friends" when we send them off to school, but the reality is, they are scared and lonely sometimes. And not all children have friends. What a sad way to go through the beginning stages of your life.
My beliefs were confirmed after reading an article on this website and after looking at questions moms had asked regarding their children not having friends. Please read the article attached if you are interested in this topic. I know there a lot more out there as well. This is the first one I read.
I would try to do something other than reading. In my years as a teacher and as a college student, I have found there are really no concrete answers to the reading issues. My opinion is that each child is ready to read at a different age and then once you know this, providing the correct atmosphere is cruical to development. However, a lot of people would disagree. I would try doing something on the high cases of Autism. This seems to be on the rise and if so, education will have to be reformed once more (or at least public ed).
well every day people in shcool are getting bullyed so why don't you asks people around the shcool that with they get bullyed or there are the bullys because im a bully but i don't pick on people that are little and getting pick on im the bullying that is protecting the little guy and picking on the bully that picking on him
the same is when u are a new kid at the school i try to be friends with him it a bit hard for him but because he don't know if you are missing with him so you start talking to him about or self and then he getting a less scard of you because he know things about you and then you asks him what things about him self and he tells you things like what he like and there things and with anyone pick on him you are there to protect him from getting put up agaist a wall or some thing else or like getting punch you are there to do what ever
The first step in planning for speech writing is choosing a topic. There are five questions you
should be asking yourself when choosing the perfect topic for your speech:
1. Am I interested in this topic?
2. Will I enjoy
3. Will I enjoy talking about it?
4. Will the audience be interested in hearing about this topic?
5. Am I passionate about the topic I have chosen?
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