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Transcript of STOP BULLING

Bullying Is Not Ok!
An example of indirect bullying is when rumors are spread damaging a victim's self-esteem.
Social Alienation
When a group of people decide to isolate themselves from the victim and influencing others to do the same.
Intimidation is when a person forces a victim into doing an action with the use of fear .
Cyber Bullying
When a victim is targeted or harassed by another person with the use of social media; for example, Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram.
FCCLA Planning Process
When a person is making fun of another other person with the use of words; for example, calling the victim hurtful names .

-Identifying concerns: There is evidence of bullying happening at Bartlett ISD. We know this through hallway observations, student conversations, and teacher comments to administration. Mr. Springston, our superintendent, and Mr. Harris, our school principal, expressed concerns about inappropriate student interactions in the hallway and classrooms that they observed. These observations brought up conversations in the student safety, promoting a positive learning environment, and student self-esteem were discussed.

-Set a goal: To promote school-wide and community awareness of bullying effects on educational success.

-Form a plan: Our plan is to educate the Elementary and Middle School students about bullying. We will do this by giving presentations with illustrations and explanations. These presentations will include defining bullying and personal experiences. Our best resource for our goals is the FCCLA national program STOP the VIOLENCE. The FCCLA "Students Talking On Preventions (STOP)" the violence program empowers youth with attitudes, skills, and resources in order to recognize, report, and reduce youth violence.

-Act: Using the internet, we researched bullying, specific types, definitions, and the effects it has on a student's educational success. With the help of our FCCLA advisors, we decided to present to the Kindergarten class, all Middle School English classes, and the Bartlett School Board.

-Follow up: WE discovered that many students misuse the phrase "being bullied." Also, by presenting to the Middle School English classes, we were successful in talking to 100% of the middle school population. This was important because our research indicated that most bullying occurs in middle school.

Physical Bullying
Physical bullying is when a person hits, punches, or kicks the victim.
Bullying happens in multiple ways and can affect people mentally, physically and socially. For example, bullying can cause a person to be depressed, anti-sociable, unsuccessful in life, or even be suicidal.
In the Family and Consumer Sciences course, Career Portals, we learned about skills needed for professional success. In the case of bullying, we discussed how to use conflict management and how to model a positive character.
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