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2 10/14/14 TOC: Intro to Bullying Rebecca Helena Phoebe Asher Montana Carl Warm-Up: What do all these kids have in common?

3 Media Rebecca Phoebe

4 E- Define the following words during the presentation: 1.Bullying 2.Indirect Bullying 3.Direct Bullying 4.Cyber-Bully

5 Bullying Definition Behavior that is intentional, hurtful and repeated by one or more persons. Behavior that is intentional, hurtful and repeated by one or more persons. Bullied students are teased, harassed, and assaulted verbally or physically.

6 Two Types of Bullying Direct Direct Indirect Indirect

7 Direct Physical – hitting, kicking, pushing, stealing, hiding or ruining someone’s things. Physical – hitting, kicking, pushing, stealing, hiding or ruining someone’s things. Verbal – name calling, teasing, insulting, threats. Verbal – name calling, teasing, insulting, threats. Making someone do something they don’t want to do. Making someone do something they don’t want to do.

8 Indirect Relationship Bullying – gossiping, spreading rumors and lies about someone. Relationship Bullying – gossiping, spreading rumors and lies about someone. Making someone feel left out or rejected. Making someone feel left out or rejected.

9 Cyber-bully The use of electronic communication to bully a person, typically by sending messages of an intimidating or threatening nature.

10 Bullying – You Decide? Jennifer recently broke up with her boyfriend Andrew. Andrew is now dating Melissa. Jennifer convinces all of her friends not to speak or hang out with Melissa anymore. Is this bullying? Jennifer recently broke up with her boyfriend Andrew. Andrew is now dating Melissa. Jennifer convinces all of her friends not to speak or hang out with Melissa anymore. Is this bullying?

11 Bullying – You Decide When John walks in the hallway to his class, Chris repeatedly knocks his books out of his hand everyday. Is this bullying? When John walks in the hallway to his class, Chris repeatedly knocks his books out of his hand everyday. Is this bullying?

12 How does it make you feel?

13 Bystanders Part of the problem not the solution

14 Be a Hero Encourage other bystanders to help stop the bullying incident by being assertive. Make friends with someone who continually gets picked on. Report it or send someone to a trusted adult. You are a key player in stopping bullying.

15 L- Number Paper 1-12 Answer the following questions honestly, with yes or no.

16 1.Do you pick on people who are smaller than you, or on animals? 2.Do you like to tease or taunt other people?

17 3. If you tease people, do you like to see them get upset? 4. Do you think it's funny when other people make mistakes?

18 5. Do you like to take or destroy other people's belongings? 6. Do you want other students to think you're the toughest kid in school?

19 7. Do you get angry a lot and stay angry for a long time? 8. Do you blame other people for things that go wrong in your life?

20 9. Do you like to get revenge on people who hurt you? 10. When you play a sport or game, do you always have to be the winner?

21 11. If you lose at something, do you worry about what other people will think of you? 12. Do you get angry or jealous when someone else succeeds?

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23 Statistics

24 L Why do you think kids get picked on? Be specific. Top 10 reasons: 1.Target may be good at what they do based on ability. 2.Target may be intelligent, determined, and creative 3.Target may have personal vulnerabilities. Low self-esteem. 4.Target may have few or no friends. 5.Target may be popular or well liked. 6.Targets have physical features that attract attention. Glasses, acne, large nose or ears. 7.Targets have an illness or disability 8.Target may had different sexual orientation. 9.Targets have different religious or cultural beliefs. 10.Targets belonging to a different racial group.

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26 2/26/14 TOC: Bullying “Treat others the way you want to be treated” W- The Golden Rule states: “Treat others the way you want to be treated” What does this mean to you? Explain your response

27 L- Unit 2 Vocabulary Define the vocabulary from Chapter 9 pg Total of 18 words Please bring journal to me for a daily grade after you finish.


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