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Sample Presentation-Bullying

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Transcript of Sample Presentation-Bullying

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Happy Slaping
Cyber
Verbal
Indirect
Physical
Effects
Suicide
Eating disorders
Depression
Low self esteem
Fear
Loss of interest in school
Brain
damage
Slow development of brain
Effect on brain structure
Violence
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Isolation
Bullying! What is it?
Bullying is repetitive words or actions that are meant to hurt another person.
What do I do if I am being bullied?
Speak to someone you trust!
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Adult
Teacher
Family member
Health professional
Friend
Do not believe everything the bully is saying.
If you act as though you're not afraid, it may be enough for a people who bully to leave you alone.
Stand up for yourself and be brave!
What is bullying?
Bullying is repetitive words or actions that are meant to hurt another person.
Depression
Isolation
Eating disorders
Suicide
Brain damage
Effect on brain structure
Internal scars
Slow development of brain
Effects
Sleep difficulty
Fear
Loss of interest in school
Low self esteem
What do I do if I am being bullied?
Speak to a trusted adult.
Teacher
Parent
Couselor
Health professional
Friend
Sibling
Do not blame yourself!
Confront
Stand up for yourself!
If you see someone being bullied ...
Make sure the victim tells an adult.
Stand up
, don't stand by.
Refuse
to join in.
Physical Project/Product
Online mentoring
Reading stories of those being bullied
INDEX CARDS:

I decided to create a blog as my product to post information about bullying, its effects, and ways to deal with bullying.
I will most definitely keep this blog going because I don't want it to be just about a school project, it is so much more than that. I want to spread awareness and make a change in people's lives.
Why do people bully?
Feeling superior and in charge
Self amusement
Popularity
Attention
Jealousy
Bullied themselves
Bad childhood
Leaving advice
[www.bullying.org]
BLOG
Bill, Belsey. “Where you are not alone.” 16 Jan. 2000. www.bullying.org web. 18 Oct. 2011.

Fields, R. Douglas. “Hurtful words Damage the Brain." Odyssey 20.2 (2011): 38. Middle Search Plus. EBSCO. Web. 27 Sept. 2011

Office on Women’s Health at the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
“Health information for girls.” (2002) www.girlshealth.gov Web. 30 Sept. 2011

Waters, Karen. “Teenage Bullies: Might Not Right.” Phi Kappa Phi Forum 91.1 (2011): 7. MAS Ultra-School Edition. EBSCO. Web. 28 Oct. 2011

Weir, Kristen. “Mean Teens.” Current science 96.7 (2010): 6. Middle Search Plus. EBSCO. Web. 18 Oct. 2011
Works Cited
BULLYING
Luiza Mikayelyan
Mrs. Abad
Expository Compostion
January 24, 2012
http://knowbullying.files.wordpress.com/2010/11/bullies.jpg
http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3594/3404726181_ecfbfda12c.jpg
- Research more information
- Personal experience
Reason
Bullying has been believed to be a normal part of school life; however, studies have shown it to be psychologically harmful to its victims. Thus, bullying must be stopped within the educational system.
http://www.myschoolsigns.com/img/lg/K/McGruff-No-Bullies-Sign-K-4067.gif
Hazing
bully
Every day, more than 160,000 kids miss school because they are afraid of being intimidated or attacked by bullies.
"Never be bullied into silence. Never allow yourself to be made a victim. Accept no one’s definition of your life; define yourself." — Robert Frost
Help
the
victim
"Bullying usually stops within 10 seconds after someone who is watching gets involved."
Reflection
The term bullycide
Different forms of bullying
Long term effects
Various options in seeking help
Feelings of bullies
Possible solution
Awareness must be spread
Education
Media
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http://www.presentermedia.com/files/clipart/00002000/2623/stick_figure_sit_in_question_mark_md_wm.jpg
http://www.ncregister.com/images/uploads/megaphone_girl.jpg
THESIS
STATEMENT
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