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Mrs. Hughes' 7th Grade Bullying presentation

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Lynn Hughes

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Leaving someone out on purpose
Telling other children not to be friends with someone else
Spreading rumors about someone
Embarrassing someone in public
What exactly is bullying?
What is Bullying vs. What is bad behavior
In order to be considered bullying, the behavior must be:
. unwanted
aggressive
have an imbalance of power (stronger, more popular, class clown, taller)
repeated
Verbal Bullying:
Social Bullying: hurting someone's reputation or relationships
Physical Bullying: involves hurting a person's body or possessions
hitting
kicking
tripping
spitting
slapping
pushing
breaking someone's things
Electronic Bullying (Cyberbullying): involves verbal and social bullying, but is done on social media by known and unknown sources.
What should you do if you or someone you
know is being bullied???

SAFE T!
S ay what you feel!
A sk for help!
F ind a friend!
E xit the area!
Tell an adult immediately!!!

Teasing
Name- Calling
Inappropriate comments
Taunting
Threatening to hurt someone
saying or writing mean things
What will we be learning today?

* ways to cope with the "WAVES" of stress!

* what to do if a friend is in need of help

* the 4 types of bullying

SNAPCHAT
7th Graders: Bullying Project
twitter

Facebook
READY for the POST Test?
4. What is a BYSTANDER?
a. Someone who stands on the side of the road waiting for the bus.
b. Someone who makes a decision to stay on the outside of the situation without getting
involved but witnessing the whole thing.
c. Someone who likes to stand up and do the right thing.
d. Someone who is involved in a bullying conflict as either the bully or the victim.


5. What are 2 ways you can prevent cyberbullying from happening to you?
6. I understand what my role is as a bystander in a bullying situation.
a. Strongly Disagree
b. Disagree
c. I am not sure
d. Agree
e. Strongly Agree

1. What should you do if you or someone you know is being bullied?

2. Stacey was walking down the hall, and a student she had never seen or spoken to before tripped her.
This is an example of bullying.
TRUE or FALSE?

3. I feel safe from being bullied at my school.
a. Stongly Disagree
b. Disagree
c. I am not sure
d. Agree
e. Strongly agree



POST-TEST!
CHAIN of PROMISE
4. What is a BYSTANDER?
a. Someone who stands on the side of the road waiting for the bus.
b. Someone who makes a decision to stay on the outside of the situation without getting
involved but witnessing the whole thing.
c. Someone who likes to stand up and do the right thing.
d. Someone who is involved in a bullying conflict as either the bully or the victim.


5. What are 2 ways you can prevent cyberbullying from happening to you?
6. I understand what my role is as a bystander in a bullying situation.
a. Strongly Disagree
b. Disagree
c. I am not sure
d. Agree
e. Strongly Agree


Ms. Hughes' Check In!
YOU!

YOU...

MEAN things you say/hear at school


family

stuff
tired from bad sleep last night
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