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Back-Off Bully! Let’s Begin AUTHOR: Rose Bencivengo and Cherie Seaha
Let’s continue Return Home Introduction Task Process Conclusion Evaluation Teacher Page Credits There is always at least one bully around to make life miserable. Have you ever wondered how to keep your students safe from becoming victimized? Do you know how to spot a bully? Your job will be to develop an understanding of who bullies are and how to manage bullies.
Let’s continue Return Home Introduction Task Process Conclusion Evaluation Teacher Page Credits The Task Read the bullying story Tyrone and the Swamp Gang by Hans Wilhelm to activate background knowledge on bullying. Research several websites (that will be provided for you) to further develop an understanding of who bullies are and how to handle bullying situations. Use all the information that you have gathered to create a poster/collage depicting key words, phrases, and or pictures that feature bullying.
Let’s continue Return Home Introduction Task Process Conclusion Evaluation Teacher Page Credits PROCESS 1. Pair up and read the story Tyrone and the Swamp Gang by Hans Wilhelm identifying characteristics of a bully and how the bullying problem is solved to activate background knowledge. 2. Visit the website Pacer Kids Against Bullying.Pacer Kids Against Bullying View videos on Watch This Access links on Kids Say and Smart Stuff 3. Answer these focus questions: What are the characteristics of a bully? Who are the targets of a bully? What are some possible solutions for bully behavior? Make a replica of this T-chart and complete at your seats.T-chart 4. You will now compile data to create a poster using key words, phrases, and pictures that depict bullying characteristics and/or solutions. Be creative! Use some or all of the materials provided in your prop box. 5. Using the other piece of construction paper provided for you, list strategies that could be utilized within your school or classroom to alleviate such bullying problems.
Let’s continue Return Home Introduction Task Process Conclusion Evaluation Teacher Page Credits EVALUATION Making A Poster: Back Off Bully! Use this rubric to evaluate your poster to make surerubric that you have produced a quality product. Print off the rubric and grade accordingly.
Let’s continue Return Home Introduction Task Process Conclusion Evaluation Teacher Page Credits Conclusion The issue of bullying is becoming more and more prominent in our schools. Targeting bullies should be a priority among school administrators, teachers, and students. You have become a problem-solver to help your students and colleagues address this issue. You can bring your poster to school and discuss some of the findings and solutions with school personnel and students. Can you think of other problems in your school that you may want to provide advice for?
Let’s continue Return Home Introduction Task Process Conclusion Evaluation Teacher Page Credits Credits & References A special thanks to these website for all of their useful information! http://www.mentalhealth.samhsa.gov/publications/all pubs/Ca-0043/default.asp http://www.psychologymatters.org/bullying.html http://www.safeyouth.org/scripts/teens/bullying.asp http://www.safechild.org/bullies.htm http://stopbullyingnow.hrsa.gov/ Tyrone the Terrible by Hans Wilhelm the perfect example of a bully. http://edweb.sdsu.edu/webquest/LessonTemplate.html Thank you Dr. Kurkjian for the WebQuest template! The WebQuest Page
Let’s continue Return Home Introduction Task Process Conclusion Evaluation Teacher Page Credits Objectives To improve relationships within the classroom setting To teach students to work cooperatively To learn strategies for dealing with bullying behaviors To recognize bullying characteristics and behaviors To learn how to respect others and be a good friend (http://www.us.iearn.org/professional_development/multimedia/assess/whatabout.html) To integrate multiple sources of information from varying modalities and to visually represent and communicate these ideas in an organized and creative way Designed for grades 3-5 This WebQuest is not limited to the specific websites that are listed. Feel free to navigate the Internet to find additional websites as necessary. The bullying book that was used to activate background knowledge is only one of many bullying issue books. You are welcome to utilize other literature stories that may be appropriate for your grade level. This WebQuest should not take any longer than 90 minutes to complete. You may want to use a larger station to complete your poster. The materials provided for you within your prop box are only examples of materials you can use in the classroom. Be creative in developing your own materials and resources. Resource http://www.preventionworksct.org/docs/SDFSC/PDF/Quality_Standards_fo r_Bullying_Prevention_good_ver.pdf