Informative Speech Peer Pressure? It makes us what we are


This speech examines peer pressure and the part it plays in our lives. It explains the difference between negative and postive peer pressure. It suggests that without the influence of friends, for instance, we might not achieve as much as we do. Negative peer pressure ,on the other hand, influences us to, for example, take drugs or start drinking heavily. Overall peer pressure though is the pressure to belong in our society. The short, optional poem summarizes the speech and makes an unusual and catchy ending to it.

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Not many of us grow up in isolation and the Informative speech Peer pressure It makes us what we are, focuses on how we evolve and grow as part of society. It examines both negative and positive peer pressure. There is a balancing act to follow as we learn and grow and your Informative speech Peer pressure – It makes us what we are, encourages us to find our own voices and our own ways of doing things. By doing that we hope to become a well rounded individual. You’ll connect easily with your audience with this down to earth persuasive speech that encourages our individual identity.