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1 Answers to Bully Prevention Quiz

2 2 Facts & Myths About BULLYING © The Olweus Bullying Prevention Group, 2004

3 3 1. True or False? © The Olweus Bullying Prevention Group, 2004 B Studies suggest that fewer than 10% of children are involved in bully/victim problems in elementary or middle school.Studies suggest that fewer than 10% of children are involved in bully/victim problems in elementary or middle school.False

4 4 2. True or False? © The Olweus Bullying Prevention Group, 2004 B Children are more likely to be bullied in middle school than in elementary school.Children are more likely to be bullied in middle school than in elementary school.False

5 5 3. True or False? © The Olweus Bullying Prevention Group, 2004 B Most bullying is physical in nature.Most bullying is physical in nature.False

6 6 4. True or False? © The Olweus Bullying Prevention Group, 2004 B Girls bully just as much as boys; they just do it differently.Girls bully just as much as boys; they just do it differently.False

7 7 Gender plays a role Both boys and girls engage in frequent verbal bullying.Both boys and girls engage in frequent verbal bullying. Both girls and boys are equally likely to engage in relational bullying.Both girls and boys are equally likely to engage in relational bullying. Girls and boys use some different strategies in bullying.Girls and boys use some different strategies in bullying. Boys are more likely to be physically bullied.Boys are more likely to be physically bullied. Girls are more likely to be bullied through social exclusion, rumor-spreading, or sexual comments.Girls are more likely to be bullied through social exclusion, rumor-spreading, or sexual comments. © The Olweus Bullying Prevention Group, 2004

8 8 5. True or False? © The Olweus Bullying Prevention Group, 2004 B Most victims of bullying report being bullied by large numbers of their peers.Most victims of bullying report being bullied by large numbers of their peers.False

9 9 Most children report being bullied by: “2-3 others” or“2-3 others” or “mainly one” peer“mainly one” peer © The Olweus Bullying Prevention Group, 2004

10 10 6. True or False? © The Olweus Bullying Prevention Group, 2004 B The vast majority of children who are bullied tell a teacher or other member of the school staff.The vast majority of children who are bullied tell a teacher or other member of the school staff.False

11 11 7. True or False? © The Olweus Bullying Prevention Group, 2004 B Bullying is just as likely on the way to and from school as during school hours.Bullying is just as likely on the way to and from school as during school hours.False

12 12 48% Hallways / stairwells 32% In class (with teacher absent) 29% In gym class/locker rooms 27% In class (with teacher present) 24% In lunch room 17% In the bathroom 15% On the bus 16% On way to and from school 8% At the bus stop Common Bullying Locations J. Unnever et al., (2001). Survey of 2,472 Students Grades 6 – 8 in Roanoke, VA. © The Olweus Bullying Prevention Group, 2004

13 13 8. True or False? © The Olweus Bullying Prevention Group, 2004 B Most students who observe bullying don’t think they should get involved.Most students who observe bullying don’t think they should get involved.False

14 14 9. True or False? © The Olweus Bullying Prevention Group, 2004 B Once a bully, always a bully.Once a bully, always a bully.False

15 True or False? © The Olweus Bullying Prevention Group, 2004 B Bullying is mostly an urban problem.Bullying is mostly an urban problem.False


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