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PSHE: Emotional Wellbeing Bullying Note to teachers: if the YouTube links are blocked: a)Make sure you have signed in via the staff area b)Try pasting the links from PowerPoint into the Internet Explorer address bar. Click here
Learning Objectives To know what bullying is particularly: - Cyber bullying - Sexual Bullying - Homophobic Bullying To understand the effect that bullying can have on the victim To know what to do if you encounter bullying
Starter http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4SM LADgjDMU (2:45)http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4SM LADgjDMU Watch the short video clip. What overall messages are the film makers trying to get across? Be ready to share your ideas with the class…
Types of bullying PhysicalEmotional Physical Violence, e.g. hitting/ punching Sexual harm/ rape Theft- e.g. stealing from the person’s bag. Verbal- name calling Cyber Bullying Racial Bullying Sexual Bullying/ Harassment Homophobic and Prejudicial Bullying
Why do people bully? They were bullied themselves Come from a dysfunctional family To exercise power and control To intimidate others and get what they want To prevent themselves from being bullied They can get away with it (particularly cyber bullying) Hatred They think it’s funny
Types of bully The Confident Bully: feels good by making himself feel superior to others. The Social Bully: rumor, gossip, verbal taunts and exclusion are the weapons of choice for the social bully. Hyperactive Bully: usually suffers from some form of learning disability and consequently struggles in school. The Bullied Bully (aka the Bully Victim): is both a target of bullies (usually by adults or older kids) and a bully himself (towards smaller, weaker kids). The Bunch of Bullies: the group mentality plays a big role here where a group of potentially ‘nice’ kids collectively do acts towards someone that they individually would not do were they alone. The Gang of Bullies: is a group of allies, not friends, banded together for reasons of power, control and domination over a particular area or ‘turf’.
Cyber Bullying https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S03Br 1dwJR8&list=PLrBeol5uLo6HmR_PAaAiK dOe3GHU3KD9l&index=3 (Joe’s story, 6mins 30)https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S03Br 1dwJR8&list=PLrBeol5uLo6HmR_PAaAiK dOe3GHU3KD9l&index=3 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WriTyc -uW-M (Good clip about what can happens to photos you put online, 10 mins 34)https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WriTyc -uW-M Watch these video clips. What is Cyber bullying? What forms can it take?
Homophobic Bullying Watch the following clips about homophobic bullying https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j6Ca_vlx- Ao&index=6&list=PLrBeol5uLo6HmR_PAaAiKdOe3GHU3KD9lhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j6Ca_vlx- Ao&index=6&list=PLrBeol5uLo6HmR_PAaAiKdOe3GHU3KD9l https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TSspPyinMTY&index=6&list=PLrBeol5u Lo6HmR_PAaAiKdOe3GHU3KD9lhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TSspPyinMTY&index=6&list=PLrBeol5u Lo6HmR_PAaAiKdOe3GHU3KD9l What is homophobic bullying. What forms can it take? What can we do to stop it?
Sexual Bullying What is sexual bullying? Watch the video below https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bmKcs BJgfW0&list=PLrBeol5uLo6HmR_PAaAiK dOe3GHU3KD9l&index=1https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bmKcs BJgfW0&list=PLrBeol5uLo6HmR_PAaAiK dOe3GHU3KD9l&index=1 What forms can sexual bullying take? How does the media/advertising influence how young people behave?
How should we deal with bullying? Make notes on different ways to deal with Bullying: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xre8 zZ_B8Mk (8:56)http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xre8 zZ_B8Mk
Fighting back – speaking out Hero or villain? Was he right to fight back? What could he have done instead? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Iz UPZCq7y3c
Tasks – Booklet Using what we have covered in the lesson, work through and fill in your booklet.
Plenary What advice would you give to someone who is being bullied? What would you want to say to someone who admits they’re a bully?