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OCTOBER IS BULLYING AWARENESS MONTH Let’s make Quinney a Bully Free School BULLYING
Some conflict is part of life Nobody is having fun There is a possible solution to the disagreement Equal balance of power
Examples of Rude: * Jumping ahead in line * Bragging *
The main difference between being RUDE and being MEAN is Intent
Examples of Mean Behavior * Criticizing clothing/ Appearance/Intelligence * Saying something in anger towards someone * Judging, teasing, and putting someone down for being different
Different Types of Bullying Behavior : * Physical – hitting, kicking, tripping * Verbal – Threats * Social/Emotional – Exclusion, rumors * Cyber – Use of technology to carry out the above
The main difference between being MEAN and BULLYING is … * Is it done on purpose? * Is it constantly happening? * Is there an imbalance of power? * Is it aggressive or attacking?
Defined as –friendly, generous, or warm- hearted nature
Examples : Say "please" and "thank you"—and really mean it. Help someone pick things up if they dropped something Hold the door for someone
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