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Bullying

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Janet Dong

on 11 October 2013

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Transcript of Bullying

FIGHT FOR WHAT'S RIGHT
WOOTTON BATTLES BULLYING
PHYSICAL BULLYING
loser!
FAT
UGLY
STUPID
GO DIE
SHORT
UNWANTED
DUMB BITCH
annoying
SLUT
whore
jerk
Indirect Bullying
BULLYING
IS STUPID.
What is Cyberbullying?
Definition: bullying that takes place using any form of electronic or online communication

-Offensive or threatening posts
-Mean texts or phone calls
-The revealing of personal information
-Spreading rumors through social websites
not cool bro...
no one likes you
Indirect bullies do not target their victims through obvious verbal or physical attacks.
-spreading rumors
-ignoring
-faking friendships
-social exclusion
:
What is
physical
bullying?
Definition: any harassment that hurts someone's body or damages their possessions
Recognize:
-stealing
-shoving, hitting, punching
-fighting
-destroying property
Do you think physical bullying is an issue at Wootton?
Have you or a friend ever been a target of physical bullying?
How do we react to physical bullying?
Victim:
-don't fight back
-step back from the situation
-alert an adult


Bystander:
-alert an adult or call the police
-calmly encourage both subjects to stop
-do NOT become physically involved
WHAT IS VERBAL BULLYING?
DEFINITION:
Any harassment that is done by speaking. This is the most common form of bullying.
HOW DO WE REACT TO VERBAL BULLYING?
RESPOND:
Victim:

-Let the bully know that their words are hurtful
-Talk to a trusted adult
-Report the incident

Bystander:

-Don’t encourage or be entertained
- Alert an adult if you see someone is visibly offended
Victim:
-let the bully know that their words are hurtful
-if it continues, print out evidence
-delete or report offensive posts online
-block the bully

Bystander:
-report the offensive comment online
-print out serious evidence
-report the bully
-do not encourage (liking, retweeting, or sharing)
-show support for the victim publicly.
Definition:
How do we respond?
Victim:
-talk to the bully
-contact an adult
-avoid contact with the bully

Bystander:
-Be sensitive
-Smile and say hello
-Encourage and compliment!
How do we respond?
The Bullying Scenario
The Bully
The Target
The Bystander
TARGETS
WITNESSES
WITNESSES
REPEATED HARASSMENT
OUT TO GET YOU
No escape
Make life miserable
INTENTIONAL
Small gestures
have a huge
impact!
-Kyle's Story
SGA's Proposed Changes to Assignment Book Definition
The Making of a Bully
Current:

Proposed:
Stick Figure
Activity
The Power of Words
Indirect Bullying
Bullying is a direct or indirect, physical or psychological intimidation that occurs repeatedly over time to create an ongoing pattern of harassment and abuse. Bullying is unwanted, aggressive behavior that is repeated, or has the potential to be repeated, over time. Bullying may also occur online.

I.Conference with parent
II.Detention, non-SSL community service, or other punishment such as ineligibility for extra circulars or loss of parking spot for a period of time
III.In school suspension
IV. Out of school suspension
V.Recommendation for expulsion (in severe cases)
Bullying is a direct or indirect, physical or psychological intimidation that occurs repeatedly over time to create an ongoing pattern of harassment and abuse.
BULLYING
IS
STUPID.
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