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Anti-Bullying Quiz

An anti-bullying Quiz adapted from www.safeyouth.org
by

Carlos Santander-Maturana

on 29 November 2012

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Transcript of Anti-Bullying Quiz

Anti-Bullying Quiz. 2.Less than 10% of Canadian teens are involved in bullying. 3. Students who are bullied in school
are usually attentive students
with good grades. 4. Most students who bully
are insecure. 1. Nearly one-third of Canadian
teens are involved in bullying. 5. Contrary to stereotypes, male bullies are
not usually bigger and physically stronger
than their peers. 6. Students who witness bullying often
refuse to remain friends with the victim and
feel guilty for not reporting the incident. 7. Bullies have trouble
making friends. 8. Bullies do poorly in school compared
to others who do not bully. 9. Most bullies discontinue violent
behaviour in adulthood. 10. If you are being bullied it is best to handle it alone. False. See number one. False. Students targeted by bullies sometimes
avoid school or have trouble concentrating. They also develop personallity disorders such as depression and anxiety. False. Male bullies
are usually bigger and
stronger than their
victims. True. In a recent survey, 13% admit to bullying, 11% admit to being bullied, and 6% have been bullied and also bully others. True. Witnessing an act
of bullying has negative consequences
even if you are not directly involved False. Studies show that most bullies have confidence and high self-esteem. False. Bullies seem to make friends easily, particularly with other students who are aggressive
and join them in bullying. True. The problem behaviours associated
with bullying include impulsiveness,
disliking school and getting in trouble often. False. 60% of bullies have at
least one criminal conviction
because the behaviour carries
into adulthood. False. Putting an end to bullying requires
a commitment from everyone involved in a school, including teachers, custodians, educational
assistants, office and clerical, students,
administrators and cafeteria workers. You should seek adult intervention and try to stay among friends if you are bullied.False. Putting an end to bullying requires a commitment from
everyone involved in a school, including teachers, custodians, educational assistants, office
and clerical, students, administrators and cafeteria workers. You should seek adult intervention and try to stay among friends if you are bullied.
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