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Transcript of School Violence
Keep yourself Safe!
There are many types of violence and all can hurt another person physically and or verbally.
If you feel unsafe, tell someone. Ask a friend, family member, teacher, counselor, coach or someone who you can trust.
Walk away from threatening conversations or situations.
If you see someone with a knife, gun or another weapon, walk or run away.
Tell an adult right away.
Hang out with other people who are committed to stopping violence
Physical violence includes fights and attacks. sometimes people use knives, chains or other weapons.
Verbal violence includes name calling, which is the excessive use of language to undermine someone's dignity and security through insults or humiliation, in a sudden or repeated manner
-Preventing violence starts with respect.
Treat everyone with respect (even if you don't like them
Accept people's differences-they are part of what makes this world interesting
Respect property. Always ask before you borrow or alter another person's things.
In schools a young person may indulge in verbal abuse — bullying (which often has a physical component) to gain status as superior to the person targeted and to bond with others against the target. Generally the bully knows no other way to connect emotionally
What is violence?
-Violence is when one
person or group of people
does something to
purposely hurt another
Here in this slide show I will show you many different ways you can prevent violence and how to walk away from it when your on point of these abuses.
Schools are one of the biggest locations of violence. Bullying is the most common. Bullying is when a
superior uses strength or influence to intimidate (someone), typically to force him or her to do what one wants.
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By: Alfonso Garcia