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Transcript of Bullying
Approximately 160,000 teens skip school everyday because of bullying.
Harassment and bullying have been linked to 75% of school shooting incidents. What Are We Doing Wrong? Joey was bullied and made fun of for trying to take off his brother, Mike's, shoes after he died. (pg. 113)
While walking down the hallway, a student larger than Paul deliberately shoved him into a locker. (pg. 106)
Victor made fun of Paul's last name by saying, "Paul Fisher? Hey, Fisher Man, you think it's trout season or something?" (pg. 109)
During a soccer game, the fans of the other team yelled, harassed, and bullied Tangerine Middle School's team. VERBAL: name calling and teasing
SOCIAL: spreading rumors and leaving kids out on purpose
PHYSICAL: hitting, punching, shoving, or excessive tickling
CYBERBULLYING: texting, calling, or emailing someone with insults A Closer Look At
The Real World Amanda Marcuson was a victim of cyberbullying. One day when her belongings were stolen, she reported it and received instant texts calling her harsh names.
Ryan Halligan, an autistic boy, was a victim of bullycide. A girl he had a crush on pretended to like him then made fun of him saying that she would never go out with him. Ryan became so hurt that he committed suicide by hanging himself. How does bullying make you feel? powerless
suicidal Why do people bully? they have a low self-esteem
they have emotional or mental problems
they constantly get away with it
they want to feel powerful
it makes them feel better about themselves
they have problems going on at home What's Up Over
In Tangerine? How Can We Stop
Bullying Talk to the bullies
Talk to a trusted adult
Don't be a bystander
Stand up for the victim
Don't encourage bullying Bibliography "11 facts about bullying." Do something.org. Do something.org, n.d. Web. 14 Mar. 2013. <http://www.dosomething.org/tipsandtools/11-facts-about-school-bullying>.
On this site we learned facts about bullying like how many people are victims of bullying each year.
Zande, Irene v. "Bullying – Common Questions and Answers From Kidpower." Kid Power. http://www.kidpower.org/library/article/bullying-questions-answers/?gclid=CKq1ruek97UCFQ6EnQodwDYA0g, n.d. Web. 14 Mar. 2013. <http://www.kidpower.org/library/article/bullying-questions-answers/?gclid=CKq1ruek97UCFQ6EnQodwDYA0g>.
This site gave us more information about bullying and told us the definition of bullying and the difference between bullying and normal conflict. "Be More than a Bystander." stopbullying.gov. stopbullying.gov, n.d. Web. 14 Mar. 2013. <http://www.stopbullying.gov/respond/be-more-than-a-bystander>.
This site gave us information on how to stop bullying and help the victim.
"Why do people Bully." discovery.com. discovery.com, n.d. Web. 14 Mar. 2013. <http://news.discovery.com/human/psychology/bullying-phoebe-prince-teens.htm>.
This site gave us and idea as to why people bully and how it makes them feel. The End.
Thank you for watching!!!
By: Bianca Coley, Carolyn Fuchs,
Geo Penaloza, & Jessica Edmondson Bibliography