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NOV - 11th & 12th Grades
Transcript of NOV - 11th & 12th Grades
"The world is a dangerous place,not because of the people who are evil, but because of the people who don't do anything about it."
-and the bystander
In every bullying situation there are always 3 types of people involved:
Bystanders are those who see or hear about bullying.
There are TWO types of BYSTANDERS...
Can you think of a time you have seen a HURTFUL BYSTANDER?
Can you think of a time you have seen a HELPFUL BYSTANDER?
Hitler admitted that he would have backed down before WWII if the French and British stood up to him.
Let's talk about ways to be a HELPFUL BYSTANDER!
If you witness bullying you can tell a trusted adult.
Find a teacher, coach, counselor, AP or any other adult you trust and let them know what's going on.
Be a friend to the bullying victim.
Victims often feel isolated. Reach out to them and give them someone to trust. Invite them to sit with you at lunch. Be there to listen if they want to talk about what they are going through.
Don't give bullying an audience.
Some bullies only do what they do for the attention of an audience. Walk away. Do not stare. Let a trusted adult know what is happening immediately.
Don't forward mean texts.
Don't share mean pictures/posts.
Don't add comments on Facebook, Instagram, etc.
Don't retweet mean tweets.
Lead by example.
You may not realize it, but someone out there looks up to YOU.
Be nice to people you aren't friends with. People will see your actions and follow them.
That's how powerful the BYSTANDER can be.
What do YOU think?
As a class, discuss your feelings on th