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Bully Awareness Prezi for Middle School (LRE)
Transcript of Bully Awareness Prezi for Middle School (LRE)
Although bullying can be challenging to define, it is usually defined as aggresive or unwanted behavior, usually among children or teens, where the behavior is repeated and is intended to hurt someone.
How to Help
If you witness someone being bullied... GET HELP!
Be a friend to the target
Don't be an audience for the bully
Take back the power
Just know you're not alone!
Let's talk about it
3 Roles involved:
Bullying can happen to anyone regardless of race, gender, religion, financial status or even social status
By the end of this prezi,
students will be able to identify a bully, know the different types of bullying behavior and also learn ways to prevent bullying
First Thing's First
can happen to anyone
Why do you think bullying happens?
Where does bullying take place?
What are different ways bullies bully?
There Are 5 Types of Bullying
Can you guess what they are?
Taunting, excluding, swearing at, teasing,
threatening, intimidating, humiliating
Pushing, kicking, spitting, hitting,
Gender based, sexual harrassment,
can be verbal, written or even physical
bullying that involves the use of technology such as
mean emails, mean texts, rumors on social media
Derogatory comments, taunting or teasing
based on a person's race or ethnicity
is the person
who is responsible
making fun of
are the people
who stand by
humiliate the target
Have a strong need for
enjoy controlling others
May have problems
May benefit from
such as gain popularity,
or other items
May feel as though
they have something
Helpless, frustrated, unsafe, isolated
Rejected, ashamed, confused
Begin to miss a lot of school
Withdraw from family and friends
Fail at school work
Often, they disapprove but don't know how to help
They may be scared to be the next target
They tend to have the most power without even realizing it
Presented by Officer Y. Downing
School Services Unit
Yuma Police Department
Perhaps you have already seen this short.
Now look at it from a bullying perspective.
Did you see a target?
Did you see a bully?
What bullying behaviors did you notice?