Presentation on theme: "What Is A Bully? A person that continues to do mean or harmful"— Presentation transcript:
1 What Is A Bully? A person that continues to do mean or harmful things to another person.A person that does mean and harmful things toanother person that frightens to them.A person that does or says things to make anotherperson feel bad in order to feel powerful.
2 Who Are Bullies? Bullies can be boys or girls Boys or girls that like to be in control ofothers** Bullies often defend their actions by blaming their victims saying they started it or made them in some way do what they did.
3 Types of Bullying Physical Verbal Intimidation Social Alienation Cyberbulling (Social Network, Text or )
5 Reasons People Are Bullied How fast or slow they learnBeing perceived as being too tall, too short, too unattractive, toothin, too overweight or too plainTheir race or religionWhere they liveWho their parents or siblings areTheir choice of clothing or hairstyleWho their friends areThe way they speakThey wear glasses or have bracesThey have a disability of some kind
6 Why Do People Bully Others Some people think it is cool.Some people are unhappy and want others tofeel bad.They have been or are being bulliedTo feel powerful (they often pick on those whoare quiet and shy.
7 Effects of Bullying Children who are bullied may be afraid to go to school or outside of the home.They may cry, complain of headaches or stomachaches.and have trouble concentrating on schoolwork.Some children who are bullied have becomedepressed or develop low self-esteem.Children who are bullied may think about suicide.Some may find it difficult to sleep.
8 How to Handle Bullying Walk Away - Walking away from a bully does not make you a coward.Don’t get physical – do not hit or get into a fightwith them.Try not to get angry andIgnore them.Speak up for yourself. (It’s your opinion, I wouldappreciate if you would not do that)Stand up for other victims if you can.
9 How to Handle Bullying Stay away from places bullies hang out. Let the bully believe his words do not bother you.Tell, Tell Tell!!! Tell your teachers, parents and/oradult family members.
10 Statistics About Bullying 1 out of 4 kids is bullied.1 out of 5 kids admits to being a bully, or doing some "bullying."8% of students miss 1 day of class per month for fear of bullies.43% of kids fear harassment in the bathroom at school.100,000 students carry a gun to school.More youth violence occurs on school grounds as opposed to on theway to school.80% of the time, an argument with a bully will end up in a physicalfight.1/3 of students surveyed said they heard another student threaten to killsomeone.Playground statistics: Every 7 minutes a child is bullied
11 Things to Remember Treat everyone with respect No one deserves to be mistreated or bulliedTreat everyone with respectStop and think before you say or do something that couldhurt someone.If you feel like being mean to someone, find something else todo.Talk to an adult you trust. They can help you find ways to benicer to others.Keep in mind that everyone is different. Not better or worse.Just different. If you think you have bullied someone in the past, apologize.You may feel better they more than likely will.
12 Things to Remember Bullying is disobeying a Golden Rule. No one deserves to be bullied.Always tell a trusted adult and have hope .Do not let a bully know that they have hurt you.People who do not bully outnumber the people thatdo.Walk with confidence so that the bully does not seeyou as an easy target.When being bullied avoid walking alone wheneveryou can.
13 Things to Remember best to be around friends, teacher or adults. If you feel unsafe because of a bully, do yourbest to be around friends, teacher or adults.Bullying is unacceptable.Tell your parents, teacher or other adults youtrust that you feel unsafe and why. TELL,TELL, TELL!!!Pray and TELL GOD how you feel and ask him to helpyou be strong and keep you safe and to stop the bullying.Pray for the bully also.
15 Things to Remember best to be around friends, teacher or adults. If you feel unsafe because of a bully, do yourbest to be around friends, teacher or adults.Bullying is unacceptable.Tell your parents, teacher or other adults youtrust that you feel unsafe and why. TELL,TELL, TELL!!!Pray and TELL GOD how you feel and ask him to helpyou be strong and keep you safe and to stop the bullying.Pray for the bully also.