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Jared Pangier

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Transcript of BULLYING

I'm A Liar....

Cause I Don't Tell You Everything... I am the Power Youth Advice Quotes We CAN all help prevent & end bullying at schools. We CAN make it better. Lets Start by agreeing to... Remember that being bullied is not your fault, and there’s nothing wrong with you - no one deserves to be bullied!
Bullying isn’t just physical violence - threatening someone, laughing at them, taunting them, starting nasty rumours about them or not letting them hang out with you or your friends is all bullying.

Tell an adult you trust if you are being bullied, or someone else is. Keep telling until you get help. “Some people won't be happy until they've pushed you to the ground. What you have to do is have the courage to stand your ground and not give them the time of day. Hold on to your power and never give it away.”
― Donna Schoenrock What Is Bullying

There is a difference in power  between those being hurt and those doing the hurting, bullying involves hurtful behaviors that are repeated Bullying is a learned behavior. It is when a person or a group tries to hurt or control another person in a harmful way Bullying is a pattern of aggressive behaviour meant to hurt or cause discomfort to another person. Bullies always have more power than victims. Their power comes from physical size, strength, status, and support within the peer group. “When people hurt you over and over, think of them like sandpaper.
They may scratch and hurt you a bit, but in the end, you end up polished and they end up useless.” Bullying is a behavior, it is something people  learn.   Bullies may also be bullied themselves, or they were bullied at one time or another in their lifetime. They might get power from bullying others. People bully to get attention. They think they will be popular Even though people  who bully cause a great deal of pain for others, they need help too.  If they do not learn how to change their behaviors, they usually end up in trouble with the law. Types Of Bullying There are many types of bullying like: Verbal, Cyber & Emotional Any type of bullying that is done through electronics such as :

Text message bullying
Phone call bullying via mobile phones
E-mail bullying
Chat-room bullying
Bullying through Instant Messaging (IM)
Bullying via websites Name-calling, insulting, making racist, sexist, teasing, or offensive remarks. This is the most common form of bullying.
Verbal bullying can affect one's self image.This type of bullying can lead to low self-esteem, as well as depression and other problems Spreading stories about someone, excluding from social groups, being made the subject of rumours.
Like most forms of violence, emotional abuse is based on power and control over another person. It is probably the least understood type of abuse Why Bullies Bully Verbal Emotional Cyber I Am

I am the person you bullied at school,
I am the person who didn’t know how to be cool,
I am the person you alienated,
I am the person you ridiculed and hated.

I am the person who sat on her own,
I am the person who walked home alone,
I am the person you scared every day,
I am the person who had nothing to say.

I am the person with hurt in her eyes,
I am the person you never saw cry,
I am the person living alone with her fears,
I am the person destroyed by her peers.

I am the person who drowned in your scorn,
I am the person who wished she hadn’t been born,
I am the person you destroyed for ‘fun’,
I am the person, but not the only one.

I am the person whose name you don’t know,
I am the person who just can’t let go,
I am the person who has feelings too,
And I was a person, just like you. Poems
School a marvelous place to learn and a wonderful place to make friends,

But all this has a dark end; Bullies are like terrorists who pity the weak,

Bombarding us with spitballs along exploding mean words,

Words could never hurt us is nothing but a lie,

Yet we pray for this will go by,

They hunt us in our dreams, and in our phones

Until one railed what’s right to his bones,

Gifts and abilities will defend our rights

Our souls are peace but sadness will not go by

Bullying is scary room

So go in a raid them out

For you might scare them out Facts About Bullying Fear of going to school
School work problems
Missing possessions
Unexplained injuries
Withdrawal (quiet, sullen,
Being difficult and argumentative (with the underlying message that everyone is picking on me) Nightmares and disturbed sleep
Low self-esteem Both boys and girls can be bullies. Boys tend to bully physically, while girls generally use more indirect approaches, such as gossiping about classmates or isolating them by excluding them from activities or groups. Boys are usually bullied by other boys, whereas girls are bullied by both girls and boys. 1.Over 3.2 million students are victims of bullying each year.

2.1 in 4 teachers see nothing wrong with bullying and will only intervene 4 percent of the time.

3. Approximately 160,000 teens skip school every day because of bullying.

4. 1 in 7 students in grades K-12 is either a bully or a victim of bullying.

5. 56 percent of students have personally witnessed some type of bullying at school.

6. Over two-thirds of students believe that schools respond poorly to bullying, with a high percentage of students believing that adult help is infrequent and ineffective.

7. 71 percent of students report incidents of bullying as a problem at their school.

9. 90 percent of 4th through 8th graders report being victims of bullying.

10. 1 out 10 students drop out of school because of repeated bullying.

11. Harassment and bullying have been linked to 75 percent of school-shooting incidents.

12. Physical bullying increases in elementary school, peaks in middle school and declines in high school. Verbal abuse, on the other hand, remains constant.

13. A 2009 survey found that 9 out of 10 LGBT youth reported being verbally harassed at school in the past year because of their sexual orientation. “I would rather be a little nobody, then to be a evil somebody.”
-Abraham Lincoln No, you don't know what it's like
When nothing feels all right
You don't know what it's like
To be like me
To be hurt
To feel lost
To be left out in the dark
To be kicked when you're down
To feel like you've been pushed around
To be on the edge of breaking down
And no one's there to save you
No, you don't know what it's like
Welcome to my life” “When people hurt you over and over, think of them like sandpaper. They may scratch and hurt you a bit, but in the end, you end up polished and they end up useless.” Model respectful behavior at home and in your daily interactions – children often emulate the behaviors of adults close to them. Bystanders usually encourage bullying, even when they hate it. Teach your child to be a positive bystander. If they see someone being bullied, they should not watch, laugh or join in. Let children know that you will take concerns seriously and take action to protect them. Often, kids feel powerless when bullied, and think that no one can help them. Adult Advice Understand the difference between tattling and telling. Tattlers are trying to get someone else in trouble for breaking a rule. Telling is when a child lets an adult know that something bad is happening, and that help is needed to stop it. The End S
P upport students who have been bullied each by example treating other students with respect pen my eyes and be alert of all incidence of bullying revent bullying by reporting suspicious behavior I'm Stupid....

Cause Sometimes I'm Wrong.... I'm Fat....

Cause I Eat When I'm Hungry..... I'm "Too Nice"

So I'm Fake.... I'm Weird....

Cause I'm Not Like You.... I'm Ugly....

Cause My Face Isn't Perfect.... Why Just Why Why do we judge people based on what's on the outsides? Roses are Red but violets are Blue Why can't we judge whats on the inside? Why are we so quick to judge people when we know NOTHING about them? It's easier to pick someone up
Than it is to push them down One person could make a DIFFERENCE CHANGE THE WORLD One person CAN Bullying
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