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Cyberbullying

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Jordyn Feller

on 12 December 2016

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Transcript of Cyberbullying

Standards & Objectives
Cyberbullying: the use of electronic communication to bully a person, typically by sending messages of an intimidating or threatening nature.

"Copy-catfish": Someone impersonating as another person, usually for a long period of time.






Catfish the TV Show: Falesha and Jacqueline
(1:04- 2:16)
What is cyberbullying?
Why is cyberbullying so hurtful?
Discussion
Cyberbullying
How does cyberbullying affect victims?

References & Video Links
youtube.com/watch?v=yDvTLqSfTSk (1:04-2:16) (6:09-7:10)





Catfish the TV Show: Falesha and Jacqueline
(6:09-7:10)
With another person, discuss:

1) What you would have done differently if you were in Falesha's situation.

2) Do you think it was a good idea for Falesha to contact a TV show to confront her "copy-catfish?"
* permanence: the insults, comments or images can be preserved by the person who is bullied or by others so that the victim may read or view them over and over.

* audience size: the size of the audience that is able to view or access the damaging material increases the victim's humiliation.

* familiarity: many young people are friends with or know their cyberbully either through school or other personal connections, increasing the potential of embarrassment and humiliation.

* social networking: social networks (facebook, myspace, etc.) allow cyberbullies to engage in campaigning against a particular person which many involve many others.

* speed: the speed at which harmful messages can reach large audiences also plays a major part in making cyberbullying so damaging to its targets.
Journal
* Write about a time someone said something hurtful to you or another person.

* How did this affect you or the other person?

* How did you handle the situation?

Indiana Health Education Standard 8.2.3: Describe how peers influence healthy and unhealthy behaviors (bullying/ cyber bullying).

* understanding what is bullying and how it can affect others in person and online

* understanding what to do in situations involving both types of bullying
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