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8th grade Bullying Prezi
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2. REFUSE IT: Refuse to be a part of the bullying; you can help those who are victims
3. REPORT IT: Identify those people who are most likely to help Bullying - The Three R's PHYSICAL (pushing, shoving, hitting, kicking, etc.)
VERBAL (teasing, name-calling, threats, rumors, etc.)
EMOTIONAL (leaving someone out on purpose, telling lies to hurt someone, embarrassing someone on purpose)
CYBERBULLYING (mean text messages, posting pictures/videos/stories that humiliate, spreading rumors through Facebook, etc.) Bullying can be... WHAT KINDS OF BYSTANDERS DID YOU
SEE IN THE VIDEO?
WHO REFUSED TO JOIN THE BULLYING?
HOW DID THEY REFUSE?
WHAT FINALLY HAPPENED? Think about how this relates to our bullying lesson today! RECOGNIZE IT! WHO ARE SOME TRUSTED ADULTS THAT YOU COULD REPORT BULLYING TO? REPORT IT! ANY IDEA WHAT THE CANDLE
HAS TO DO WITH BULLYING??? The Importance of the Bystander What is the difference between bullying
and conflict? What are some examples of bullying behavior? What are the different roles in a bullying situation? Watch the I AM THE MAJORITY FOR THE VICTIM PERSONAL CONSEQUENCES OF BULLYING DEPRESSION
DECREASED ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE
PHYSICAL INJURY FOR THE BULLY SUBSTANCE ABUSE
CONTINUING PATTERNS OF VIOLENCE CHILDREN WHO BULLY BY AGE 8 ARE 4 TIMES AS LIKELY TO HAVE A CRIMINAL RECORD BY AGE 30 In that moment we will have three choices: Almost all of us will be in a situation where we see someone bully someone else... 1. Reinforce the abuse of power by supporting the bully
2. Stay neutral-which looks like you're either intimidated by the bully yourself or you support their actions
3. Act in some way that confronts the bully's abuse of power Don't just be a bystander, be an UPSTANDER! WHAT IS BULLYING? IMBALANCE OF POWER: people who bully use their power to control or harm and the people being bullied may have a hard time defending themselves INTENT TO CAUSE HARM: actions done by accident are not bullying; the person bullying has a goal to cause harm. REPETITION: incidents of bullying happen to the same the person over and over by the same person or group.