Presentation on theme: "By: Jackson, Prabhav, Will, Dominic. Definition of Bullying By: Prabhav Bullying is when someone is getting picked on, frightened, threatened, or getting."— Presentation transcript:
Definition of Bullying By: Prabhav Bullying is when someone is getting picked on, frightened, threatened, or getting left out. Bullying is one sided. There is a bully, victim, and bystander(s). Bullying happens over and over and is on purpose. Bullying is not cool.
Bully By: Jackson Bullies pick on the victims. They can hurt, threaten or pick on the victim. The bully usually picks on younger or smaller kids. Bullies don’t care about the person. They also don’t think about the consequences. This is all about the bully.
Victim By: Dominic The victim is usually younger or smaller. They are also sometimes smart. The victim has two main options. He or she can use her voice or violence. We recommend you use your voice so you don’t get in trouble. This is all about the victim.
Bystander By: Will The bystander has four main options. One of the options is to tell an adult or a class mate. Another option is to help the bully. Third he or she can walk away. Finally they can stand up for the victim. You should always help the victim if they get physical hurt. This is all about the bystander.
Physical Bullying By: Jackson Physical bullying is when the bully hurts the victim by punching, hitting, or kicking. Physical is the 2 nd worst bullying. If you see this happen, you should report immediately. You can get suspended if it happens in school. It’s bad when someone gets hurt while they are bullied. This is about physical bullying.
Sexual Bullying By. Will Sexual bullying is the worst type of bullying. This is when the bully touches the victim inappropriate ways. Sexual can be touching other people or invading other peoples property. If this happen always go tell the teacher. This is all about sexual bullying.
Emotional Bullying By. Dominic Emotional bullying is where the bully emotionally hurts the victim. This can include threatening, saying mean things, and/or offending them. This is very mean. An example is if you were walking in the and the bully walks up to and says you are stupid.
Three R’s of Bullying By Prabhav The three R’s of bullying are recognize, refuse, and report. The first step is to recognize bullying happening because if it isn’t that you don’t have to do the other to steps. Next you have to refuse using a strong voice but don’t yell or the bully will yell back. If refusing doesn’t work you should go report to a teacher or a parent about what is happening. Usually when you ask a teacher or parent they will stop it. That is all about the three R’s of bullying.