The years that we as individuals are in primary school is a testing-ground for the development of our personalities and values.My speech may be good for those who are thinking about schools with uniforms. List a possible presentational aid: Powerboat List supporting materials (examples, statistics, or testimony) to be Incorporated: I will use statistics from various sites such as “A case study of the effects of adopting school uniforms in Long Beach, CA which appeared In Psychology Today in September, 1999, reported the following effects from the switch to uniforms in 1995: Overall, the crime rate dropped by 91% , School suspensions dropped by 90% , Sex offenses were reduced by 96% ,liniments of vandalism went down 69% . The fear of being Judged or bullied based on your clothes. As of 2013, 21 percent of public schools have mandatory uniform rules and the states of Texas, Florida, New York, and Illinois have more school uniforms in public schools than other states. List emotional appeals to be used: Possible Introduction Material: Capture attention Introduce topic and thesis Create audience connection/listener relevance, stress importance Establish credibility 1 OFF Preview mall pilots Tentative Main Points and Sub-points in the Body of the Speech, written in full ententes: (For Monomer’s, include the need, satisfaction, and visualization steps here. Uniforms are beneficial to the school as well as community. School work will get more focus than the clothes their peers wear. Feel equal to their peers because they are all dressed alike. People won’t Judge or bully each other based on their clothes. Teaches students the importance of school not what they wear. Type of Speech: Process Organizational Pattern: Monomer’s Motivated Sequence List two ways speech relates to audience: Kids are seen everywhere whether they re related to you or not, uniforms look better and the kids are more structured. School work is more important than the clothes worn. When uniforms are used in schools the decrease in teen violence and gang violence is reduced. Expenses for the uniforms can be completed by fundraising through the school year. Imagine if all of the crime rates within public schools were lower. No long-term, formal studies have been done with regards to the effectiveness of school uniforms, but many schools have kept their own informal statistics, such as the Long Beach School District. Although this violence, including sexual assault, can be linked to ? , it is not dependent upon it, and points to deeper, more significant problems within the youth community.These statistics offered by Long Beach are often most cited as a proven deterrent to school violence, after adopting a mandatory uniform policy in 1994. Violence is not learned by clothing, but rather through unfit home situations, negative friendships, and even popular culture (including emulation of television, media, music, and movies).Some students have parents with high incomes who can afford to buy fashionable and costly clothes for their children.But there are also those teens who are forced to buy low-cost outfits at discount retail stores.