Presentation on theme: "Bully Prevention: Part II"— Presentation transcript:
1Bully Prevention: Part II Redland Respect!Let’s put an end to bullying now!
2Current Expectations- for review Highlight our school’s three rules: RESPECT SELF, OTHERS, AND SCHOOL
3Student Matrix- review as needed Remind students that this is their guide to knowing what to do in and around the school
4Review of Lesson One Say “STOP” and use the hand signal If that doesn’t work, “WALK” awayIf that doesn’t work, “TALK” to an adult
5Responding to “Stop, Walk, Talk” This is a school-wide expectationIf you are doing something and someone uses “stop”, “walk”, or “talk” your response should be:1. Stop what you are doing2. Take a deep breath and count to 33.Go on with your day
6The Response should include: Responding appropriately even when you don’t think you did anything wrongResponding appropriately even if you think the other student is just trying to get you in trouble
7Practice Time Your teacher will divide you up into groups of 2 Practice using the “STOP” signal with each other andPractice using a correct response when given the “STOP” signalTake TurnsPossible scenarios to act out:Johnny says something rude to SallyJoey takes something that Sam is playing with
8Adult responses When you report a problem to an adult, they will: Thank you for coming to talk to themAsk you what the problem isAsk if you said “stop”Ask if you “walked away” calmlyPractice Stop/Walk/Talk with you if neededAppropriate can be: Johnny pokes Sally in the back over and over, Susue teases Sally and calls her names, Joey tackles Sam whle playing two-hand touch football, Sam steals the ball away from Fred when they are not playing a game that involves stealingInappropriate use examples: Johnny accidentally breaks double dribble rule in basketball, Kelly makes a suggestion for a game that Fred does not liked, Sam steals a ball away from Fred when they are playing basketball, Sally continues to poke Susie in line even after Susie has delivered the stop signal
9More practice – time permitting This time, groups of 4One instigatorOne targetOne bystanderOne adult in the hallwayPractice the entire processStop/Walk/Talk techniqueInstigator talking to adult
10Stop – Walk – Talk Method Review Dipsticking: When should you use Stop?When should you use Walk?When should you use Talk?How to react if someone tells you “Stop”How will adults respond?
11POSTER CONTESTUsing what you have learned from the first lesson and today, develop a poster to display this information as a reminder to students in the hallway and throughout the building.All posters should be submitted to the counseling office no later than January 6th.All contestants can earn up to1 SSL hour for participating.Winning posters will be displayed around the building.Provide examples and call on students for how to respond