Presentation on theme: "Bullying and Stress. What is bullying? Using strength or power to harm or intimidate those who are weaker, typically to get the person to do what you."— Presentation transcript:
Relationship bullying Refusing to talk to someone Excluding someone from groups or activities Spreading lies or rumors about someone Making someone do things he or she doesn't want to do
Cyberbullying A bully can harass, threaten, or humiliate you by using computers, cell phones, and social networking sites to: Send or forward hurtful or threatening emails or text messages. Post photos and other personal information online without your consent. Pretend to be someone else to trick or humiliate you. Spread lies and rumors about you. Create a group or social networking page to target or exclude you. Dupe you into revealing personal information that can then be used to hurt you.
Do you think our school has a bullying problem?
Bang Bang You’re dead viewing notes… Choose one of the following characters to study throughout the film: Trevor (the “mad bomber”) Sean (leader of the Trogs) Val Duncan (drama teacher) Jenny (the new girl in school) Mr. Adams (Trevor’s father) Brad (#32 on the football team)
Bang Bang You’re dead viewing notes… Focus on the three questions below as you observe your character in the movie. Throughout the movie, what choices did your character make that had an impact on others? What were the consequences of those choices on themselves and/or other? What factors, events, or pressures affected those choices? Did your character have other choices he/she could have made? What were they? Why didn’t they choose them?