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Respect: Use Your Brain, Being a Bully Won’t Gain

Second and third grade lesson on respect and bullying.

Jennifer Ann Wendland

on 22 October 2012

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Transcript of Respect: Use Your Brain, Being a Bully Won’t Gain

Use Your Brain,
Being a Bully Won’t Gain Anti-bullying through...
Respect Make the most of yourself,
for that is all there is of you.
~Ralph Waldo Emerson Bullies are not cool,
they are just cruel! Stop Bulling Now video http://www.stopbullying.gov/kids/webisodes/yes-thats-bullying.html
Treat people with kindness and generosity.

Help people in need.

Be sensitive to people's feelings.

Never be mean or hurtful.

Think about how your actions will affect others.

Always remember - we become caring people by doing caring things! How to be a Caring Person Do your share to make your school, your community, and the world a better place.

Take responsibility for what goes on around you.

Participate in community service.

Help take care of the environment.

Be a good neighbor.

Treat other people with respect and dignity.

Follow the rules of your family, your school, and your society. How to be a Good Citizen 1. Write a letter to a bully using the words from the Feelings List

2. Include how it feels to be bullied, how it feels to be a bully, and why respect is important Use Your Brain,
Being a Bully Won’t Gain Review Treat people the way you want to be treated.

Take Turns.

Tell the truth.

Play by the rules.

Think about how your actions will affect others.

Listen to people with an open mind.

Don't blame others for your mistakes.

Don't take advantage of other people.

Don't play favorites. How to be a Fair Person What do we remember and what new information have we learned? Turn-and-Talk Share a time you were respectful since our last session Stop Bullying Now video http://www.stopbullying.gov/kids/webisodes/josh-lunch-with-raven-milton.html Feelings Chart How does it feel to be bullied?
How does it feel to be a bully? Always be a first-rate version of yourself, instead of a second-rate version of somebody else.
~Judy Garland
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