Presentation on theme: "Wrap it up A quick review of Key concepts. Students should recognize: The difference between harmless teasing and harassment Different types of harassment."— Presentation transcript:
Students should recognize: The difference between harmless teasing and harassment Different types of harassment and how each is used to exert power over others How and why both victims and bystanders can and should make the choice to stand up to harassment Strategies to use to take action against bullying and harassment
Let’s try it When is it harassment? Is this harassment yes or no? Jeff wears the same socks to every baseball game. The other players nick named him socks. Is this harassment? Why or Why not? (Discuss)
More Practice Is it harassment? Why or Why not? Megan ask Stephanie to borrow her homework. Stephanie said “no, that would be cheating.” Megan started a rumor that Stephanie’s parents do her homework for her. (Discuss)
Who’s got the power? Marlena doesn’t like Cate. She makes up a story that Cate is a snitch and can’t be trusted. Now no one will talk to Cate or hang out with her. Cate doesn’t know why kids are calling her “snitch.” She hasn’t told on anyone What is Marlena’s power? What can Cate do?
Bystander? Share your Ideas: Why do Kids hang out with bullies? If you laugh or joke about a bully harassing others, does that make you a bully, too? What might you give up if you choose not to go along with a bully? What might you gain if you choose not to go along with a bully?