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GRAB ‘N’ GO WORKSHOP Presentations The following are excerpts from some of our GRAB ‘N’ GO Workshops Actual presentations have varied backgrounds and themes. All include notes, resource files, research reports, and videos where appropriate.
Academics Academics Presentations are suited for elementary, middle, and high school classes. They address such topics as: Homework Cheating Plagiarism Copyright Infringement Following are four slides from the Academic High School Presentation
The 3 most common academic misconduct issues are: Plagiarism Cheating on tests/quizzes Lying regarding circumstances
Why do students plagiarize? Procrastination Feeling overwhelmed Not knowing exactly what plagiarism is www.writecheck.turnitin.com
Types of Plagiarism Sources Not Cited www.writecheck.turnitin.com The Ghost Writer The Photocopy The Potluck Paper The Poor Disguise The Labor of Laziness The Self Stealer
Types of Plagiarism Sources Cited www.writecheck.turnitin.com The Forgotten Footnote The Misinformer The Too-Perfect Paraphrase The Resourceful Citer The Perfect Crime
Anger and Anger Management Anger and Anger Management presentations are suited for middle and high school. Following are three slides from the Anger High School presentation.
Introduction The instinctive, natural way to express anger is to respond aggressively. A certain amount of anger is necessary to our survival. People use a variety of both conscious and unconscious processes to deal with their angry feelings. The three main approaches are expressing, suppressing, and calming.
Expressing Anger Expressing your angry feelings in an assertive – not aggressive – manner is the healthiest way to express anger. To do this, you have to learn how to make clear what your needs are, and how to get them met, without hurting others.
Suppressing Anger Another approach is to suppress anger and then convert or redirect it. This happens when you hold in your anger, stop thinking about it, and focus on something positive instead. The aim is to inhibit or suppress your anger and convert it into more constructive behavior. The danger in this type of response is that if it isn’t allowed outward expression, your anger can turn inward – on yourself.
Bullying Our Bullying Presentations include sections on being a “bystander” and how to act. Following are seven slides from our Middle School Bullying Presentation. The High School Hazing Presentation is an excellent tool to be used in your continuing Bullying Prevention Program at your District.
Bystanders Part of the problem not the solution
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.
Report vs Tattling – Is trying to get someone in trouble. Tattling – Is trying to get someone in trouble. – When you report bullying you are helping someone else. Reporting – When you report bullying you are helping someone else.
Reasons The bully is someone others look up to and want to hang out with. The bully is someone others look up to and want to hang out with. They want to “side” with the bully because it makes them feel strong. They want to “side” with the bully because it makes them feel strong. They’re entertained by the bullying. They’re entertained by the bullying.
Reasons They don’t think speaking up will help. They don’t think speaking up will help. They’re afraid that if they say something, the bully will turn on them. They’re afraid that if they say something, the bully will turn on them.
Some things you can say if someone is getting bullied.
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