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Anti-Bullying Lesson #1

Grades 3-6

Natalie Bills

on 19 September 2013

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Transcript of Anti-Bullying Lesson #1

Anti-Bullying Contract

Bullying is when someone uses their power to hurt another; there is intent to harm, dominate, inflict pain, exclude, or otherwise cause the target distress. The power between the bully and the target is not equal.
Our school is committed to making our school a safe and caring place for EVERYONE. We will treat each other with respect and we will refuse to tolerate bullying in any way.
mean and hurtful acts
Physical * Verbal * Social * Cyber
What does that mean?
AND Power
How does someone have power?
*Many ways:
*More Popular
Can you think of any other ways someone could have power?
*Kids who Bully: Use power to repeatedly do mean & hurtful things.

*Targets of bullying: The target of the repeated mean and hurtful acts.

*Bystander: Someone who sees or knows that bullying is going on.
* They think hurting others will make them feel better about themselves?
*They want to feel powerful?
*They don't think about the other person?
*They want to make themselves look better?
*They want others to feel as bad as they do?
*They have an empty bucket?
Do people that are happy with themselves ever bully?
What does it feel like to be a target of bullying?
What can a bystander do?
How can you take a stand against bullying?
Do you have to say anything?
What could you say?
Who would you say it to?
What else could you do?
In the contract we agreed to:
*treat each other with respect
*refuse to bully others
*refuse to let others be bullied
*refuse to watch, laugh, or join in when someone is being bullied
*try to include everyone in games and activities, especially those who are often left out
*try to see other person's point of view
*report bullying to an adult
What are the possible consequences?
*Notification to authorities
*Loss of privileges
*School community service
What is a contract?
What does my signature mean?
Choose to use your words for good
*In school *on the way to or from school
*recess *at school activities

What do you do if you are being bullied?
*First: Tell them to stop. I don't like it when you...
*Then IGNORE them. Often if the bully doesn't get a reaction they will stop.
*If it doesn't stop you need to ask for help:
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