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  • 1. Bullying PowerPointBullying PowerPoint By: Kristina GualazziBy: Kristina Gualazzi
  • 2. Different Types Of Bullying:Different Types Of Bullying:  Physical BullyingPhysical Bullying  1.1. Physical bullyingPhysical bullying includes any physicalincludes any physical contact that would hurt or injure a person likecontact that would hurt or injure a person like hitting, kicking, punching, etc. Taking somethinghitting, kicking, punching, etc. Taking something that belongs to someone else and destroying itthat belongs to someone else and destroying it would also be considered a type of physicalwould also be considered a type of physical bullying. For example, if someone was walkingbullying. For example, if someone was walking down the street and someone came up to themdown the street and someone came up to them and shoved them to the ground, that would beand shoved them to the ground, that would be physical bullying. In elementary and middlephysical bullying. In elementary and middle schools, 30.5% of all bullying is physical.schools, 30.5% of all bullying is physical.
  • 3. Verbal BullyingVerbal Bullying  2.2. Verbal bullyingVerbal bullying is name-calling, making offensiveis name-calling, making offensive remarks, or joking about a person's religion, gender,remarks, or joking about a person's religion, gender, ethnicity, socioeconomic status, or the way they look.ethnicity, socioeconomic status, or the way they look. For example, if there was a group of kids who made funFor example, if there was a group of kids who made fun of another kid because he couldn't run as fast asof another kid because he couldn't run as fast as everyone else, it would be an example of verbal bullying.everyone else, it would be an example of verbal bullying. 46.5% of all bullying in schools is the verbal type. Verbal46.5% of all bullying in schools is the verbal type. Verbal aggression is when a bully teases someone. It can alsoaggression is when a bully teases someone. It can also include a bully making verbal threats of violence orinclude a bully making verbal threats of violence or aggression against someone's personal property.aggression against someone's personal property.
  • 4. Indirect BullyingIndirect Bullying  3.3. Indirect bullyingIndirect bullying includes spreading rumorsincludes spreading rumors or stories about someone, telling others aboutor stories about someone, telling others about something that was told to you in private, andsomething that was told to you in private, and excluding others from groups. An example wouldexcluding others from groups. An example would be if you started a rumor that a boy in your classbe if you started a rumor that a boy in your class likes playing with dolls, and if the reason thatlikes playing with dolls, and if the reason that you made up the story was because you thoughtyou made up the story was because you thought it was funny. This would be indirect bullying.it was funny. This would be indirect bullying. Indirect bullying accounts for 18.5% of allIndirect bullying accounts for 18.5% of all bullying.bullying.
  • 5. Social AlienationSocial Alienation  Social alienationSocial alienation is when a bully excludesis when a bully excludes someone from a group on purpose. It alsosomeone from a group on purpose. It also includes a bully spreading rumors, and alsoincludes a bully spreading rumors, and also making fun of someone by pointing out theirmaking fun of someone by pointing out their differences.differences.
  • 6. Intimidation BullyingIntimidation Bullying IntimidationIntimidation is when a bully threatensis when a bully threatens someone else and frightens that personsomeone else and frightens that person enough to make him or her do what theenough to make him or her do what the bully wants.bully wants.
  • 7. CyberbullyingCyberbullying  Cyberbullying is done by sending messages,Cyberbullying is done by sending messages, pictures, or information using electronic media,pictures, or information using electronic media, computers (email & instant messages), or cellcomputers (email & instant messages), or cell phones (text messaging & voicemail). Forphones (text messaging & voicemail). For instance, if you sent a picture of a snake in aninstance, if you sent a picture of a snake in an email to a person because you know that theyemail to a person because you know that they are afraid of snakes, that would be an exampleare afraid of snakes, that would be an example of cyberbullying. According to a survey done inof cyberbullying. According to a survey done in 2003 only 4% of bullying is listed as "other2003 only 4% of bullying is listed as "other types" and this would include cyberbullying.types" and this would include cyberbullying. Even though this number seems small, theEven though this number seems small, the growth of this type of bullying is going up fastgrowth of this type of bullying is going up fast because of the spread of technology around thebecause of the spread of technology around the world.world.
  • 8. Bullying as become an epidemic thatBullying as become an epidemic that needs to be stopped!needs to be stopped!
  • 9. The Harmful Cycle of Bullying
  • 10. Warning SignsWarning Signs Being BulliedBeing Bullied  Comes home with damaged or missing clothing or other belongingsComes home with damaged or missing clothing or other belongings  Reports losing items such as books, electronics, clothing, or jewelryReports losing items such as books, electronics, clothing, or jewelry  Has unexplained injuriesHas unexplained injuries  Complains frequently of headaches, stomachaches, or feeling sickComplains frequently of headaches, stomachaches, or feeling sick  Has trouble sleeping or has frequent bad dreamsHas trouble sleeping or has frequent bad dreams  Has changes in eating habitsHas changes in eating habits  Hurts themselvesHurts themselves
  • 11.  Are very hungry after school from not eatingAre very hungry after school from not eating their lunchtheir lunch  Runs away from homeRuns away from home  Loses interest in visiting or talking withLoses interest in visiting or talking with friendsfriends  Is afraid of going to school or other activitiesIs afraid of going to school or other activities with peerswith peers  Loses interest in school work or begins toLoses interest in school work or begins to do poorly in schooldo poorly in school  Appears sad, moody, angry, anxious orAppears sad, moody, angry, anxious or depressed when they come homedepressed when they come home  Talks about suicideTalks about suicide
  • 12. Feels helplessFeels helpless Often feels like they are not good enoughOften feels like they are not good enough Blames themselves for their problemsBlames themselves for their problems Suddenly has fewer friendsSuddenly has fewer friends Avoids certain placesAvoids certain places Acts differently than usualActs differently than usual
  • 13. Bullying OthersBullying Others  Becomes violent with othersBecomes violent with others  Gets into physical or verbal  fights with othersGets into physical or verbal  fights with others  Gets sent to the principal’s office or detention a lotGets sent to the principal’s office or detention a lot  Has extra money or new belongings that cannot be explainedHas extra money or new belongings that cannot be explained  Is quick to blame othersIs quick to blame others  Will not accept responsibility for their actionsWill not accept responsibility for their actions  Has friends who bully othersHas friends who bully others  Needs to win or be best at everythingNeeds to win or be best at everything
  • 14. Bullying StatisticsBullying Statistics  *Over 75% of our students are subjected to harassment*Over 75% of our students are subjected to harassment by a bully or Cyber-Bully and experience physical,by a bully or Cyber-Bully and experience physical, psychological and/or emotional abuse.psychological and/or emotional abuse.  *Over 20% of our kids admit to being a bully or*Over 20% of our kids admit to being a bully or participating in bully-like activities.participating in bully-like activities.  *Over one half of bullying & Cyber-Bullying events go*Over one half of bullying & Cyber-Bullying events go unreported to authorities or parents.unreported to authorities or parents.  *On a daily average 160,000 children miss school*On a daily average 160,000 children miss school because they fear they will be bullied if they attendbecause they fear they will be bullied if they attend classes.classes.  *On a monthly average 282,000 students are physically*On a monthly average 282,000 students are physically attacked by a bully each month.attacked by a bully each month.  *Every seven minutes a child is bullied on a school*Every seven minutes a child is bullied on a school playground with over 85% of those instances occurringplayground with over 85% of those instances occurring without any interventionwithout any intervention
  • 15.  *46% of males and 26% of females admit to having*46% of males and 26% of females admit to having been involved in physical fights as a result of beingbeen involved in physical fights as a result of being bullied.bullied.  *Over 85% of our teenagers say that revenge as an*Over 85% of our teenagers say that revenge as an aftermath of being bullied is the leading cause foraftermath of being bullied is the leading cause for school shootings and homicide.school shootings and homicide.  *The top 5 states in regards to reported incidents of*The top 5 states in regards to reported incidents of bullying and Cyber-Bullying are California, New York,bullying and Cyber-Bullying are California, New York, Illinois, Pennsylvania, and Washington.Illinois, Pennsylvania, and Washington.  *A child commits suicide as a direct result of being*A child commits suicide as a direct result of being bullied once every half hour with 19,000 bulliedbullied once every half hour with 19,000 bullied children attempting to commit suicide over the coursechildren attempting to commit suicide over the course of one year.of one year.  As you can see from the school bullying statisticsAs you can see from the school bullying statistics listed above it is indeed a serious problem that mustlisted above it is indeed a serious problem that must be addressed whenever discovered.be addressed whenever discovered.
  • 16.  Unfortunately, as indicated above, most instances of school bullyUnfortunately, as indicated above, most instances of school bully activity go unreported by the student victims.activity go unreported by the student victims.  This makes it very difficult for teachers or parents to intervene onThis makes it very difficult for teachers or parents to intervene on behalf of the victim and provide the proper counseling needed forbehalf of the victim and provide the proper counseling needed for the victim as well as the bully.the victim as well as the bully.  A relatively new type of bully, the Cyber-Bully, is relevant inA relatively new type of bully, the Cyber-Bully, is relevant in schools as well as home and is a growing concern for parentsschools as well as home and is a growing concern for parents when trying to protect their kids from this form of abuse.when trying to protect their kids from this form of abuse.  Cyber-Bullying is the harassment of kids through the use of theCyber-Bullying is the harassment of kids through the use of the internet and filters into the schools when kids return to classes.internet and filters into the schools when kids return to classes.  It is so serious that over one third of our kids who frequent theIt is so serious that over one third of our kids who frequent the internet are victims of the Cyber-Bully.internet are victims of the Cyber-Bully.
  • 17. Tips to help out when you are theTips to help out when you are the victim of Bullyingvictim of Bullying Talk to your parents or an adult youTalk to your parents or an adult you can trust, such as a teacher, schoolcan trust, such as a teacher, school counselor, or principal.counselor, or principal.
  • 18. Act confident. Hold your head up, stand upAct confident. Hold your head up, stand up straight, make eye contact, and walkstraight, make eye contact, and walk confidently. A bully will be less likely toconfidently. A bully will be less likely to single you out if your project self-single you out if your project self- confidence.confidence.
  • 19. Books on Bullying:Books on Bullying:  The SneetchesThe Sneetches  Dr. SeussDr. Seuss  All agesAll ages  This Dr. Seuss tale deals with the common peerThis Dr. Seuss tale deals with the common peer  problems of exclusion and prejudice. The Star Bellyproblems of exclusion and prejudice. The Star Belly  Sneetches have a star on their bellies to symbolizeSneetches have a star on their bellies to symbolize  superiority and prestige, and they reject the Plainsuperiority and prestige, and they reject the Plain  Belly sort. All of the Sneetches fall prey to a moneyhungryBelly sort. All of the Sneetches fall prey to a moneyhungry  stranger, and as a result join together and learnstranger, and as a result join together and learn  a lesson about inclusion and tolerance in the end.a lesson about inclusion and tolerance in the end.
  • 20.  Move Over TwerpMove Over Twerp  Martha AlexanderMartha Alexander  Ages 4–7Ages 4–7  The first day that Jeffrey rides the bus to school,The first day that Jeffrey rides the bus to school,  older boys shout at the youngster and removeolder boys shout at the youngster and remove himhim  from his seat in the back of the bus. Jeffreyfrom his seat in the back of the bus. Jeffrey makes amakes a  daring plan to deal with the boys, and he getsdaring plan to deal with the boys, and he gets justjust  what he wants.what he wants.
  • 21.  Maxine in the MiddleMaxine in the Middle  Holly KellerHolly Keller  Ages 5–8Ages 5–8  In this easy-to-read story, Maxine, the middle child,In this easy-to-read story, Maxine, the middle child,  often feels left out and rejected. She believes that heroften feels left out and rejected. She believes that her  older sister and younger brother are the only childrenolder sister and younger brother are the only children  who get new clothes and toys. Maxine runs away towho get new clothes and toys. Maxine runs away to  the family tree house, where she later becomes coldthe family tree house, where she later becomes cold  and hungry. Maxine returns home and realizes howand hungry. Maxine returns home and realizes how  much she enjoys spending time with her brother andmuch she enjoys spending time with her brother and  sister and that “sometimes middle things are best.”sister and that “sometimes middle things are best.”
  • 22.  What a Wimp!What a Wimp!  Carol CarrickCarol Carrick  Age 7–10Age 7–10  Barney and his family move from the city to theBarney and his family move from the city to the  country where his Mom said that people were socountry where his Mom said that people were so  friendly. But, he soon becomes the target of Lennyfriendly. But, he soon becomes the target of Lenny  Coots who targets Barney as his easy, smaller, andCoots who targets Barney as his easy, smaller, and  younger victim. Lenny waits for Barney daily afteryounger victim. Lenny waits for Barney daily after  school. Although his teacher, mother, and brother areschool. Although his teacher, mother, and brother are  sympathetic and intervene, Barney learns he mustsympathetic and intervene, Barney learns he must  face up to Lenny and do something on his own.face up to Lenny and do something on his own.
  • 23.  Bully on the BusBully on the Bus  Carl W. BoschCarl W. Bosch  Ages 7–11Ages 7–11  Written in a “choose your own ending” format, theWritten in a “choose your own ending” format, the  reader decides what action to take while dealing withreader decides what action to take while dealing with  a bully. The reader can choose from many alternativesa bully. The reader can choose from many alternatives  that include ignoring, talking to an adult,that include ignoring, talking to an adult,  confronting the bully, fighting, and reconciling.confronting the bully, fighting, and reconciling.  There are many options and opportunities forThere are many options and opportunities for  excellent discussions with this book.excellent discussions with this book.
  • 24.  FACTS AND MYTHS ABOUT BULLYINGFACTS AND MYTHS ABOUT BULLYING  FACT: People who bully have powerFACT: People who bully have power over those they bully. over those they bully.   People who bully others usually pick on thosePeople who bully others usually pick on those who have less social power (peer status),who have less social power (peer status), psychological power (know how to harmpsychological power (know how to harm others), or physical power (size, strength).others), or physical power (size, strength). However, some people who bully also haveHowever, some people who bully also have been bullied by others. People who both bullybeen bullied by others. People who both bully and are bullied by others are at the highest riskand are bullied by others are at the highest risk for problems (such as depression and anxiety)for problems (such as depression and anxiety) and are more likely to become involved in riskyand are more likely to become involved in risky or delinquent behavior. or delinquent behavior. 
  • 25. FACT: Spreading rumors is a formFACT: Spreading rumors is a form of bullying. of bullying.  Spreading rumors, name-calling,Spreading rumors, name-calling, excluding others, and embarrassing themexcluding others, and embarrassing them are all forms of social bullying that canare all forms of social bullying that can cause serious and lasting harm. cause serious and lasting harm. 
  • 26. MYTH: Only boys bully. MYTH: Only boys bully.  People think that physical bullying by boysPeople think that physical bullying by boys is the most common form of bullying.is the most common form of bullying. However, verbal, social, and physicalHowever, verbal, social, and physical bullying happens among both boys andbullying happens among both boys and girls, especially as they grow older. girls, especially as they grow older. 
  • 27. MYTH: People who bully areMYTH: People who bully are insecure and have low self-esteem. insecure and have low self-esteem.  Many people who bully are popular andMany people who bully are popular and have average or better-than-average self-have average or better-than-average self- esteem. They often take pride in theiresteem. They often take pride in their aggressive behavior and control over theaggressive behavior and control over the people they bully. People who bully maypeople they bully. People who bully may be part of a group that thinks bullying isbe part of a group that thinks bullying is okay. Some people who bully may alsookay. Some people who bully may also have poor social skills and experiencehave poor social skills and experience
  • 28. MYTH: Bullying usually occursMYTH: Bullying usually occurs when there are no other studentswhen there are no other students around. around.   Students see about four out of every fiveStudents see about four out of every five bullying incidents at school. In fact, when theybullying incidents at school. In fact, when they witness bullying, they give the student who iswitness bullying, they give the student who is bullying positive attention or even join in aboutbullying positive attention or even join in about three-quarters of the time. Although 9 out of 10three-quarters of the time. Although 9 out of 10 students say there is bullying in their schools,students say there is bullying in their schools, adults rarely see bullying, even if they areadults rarely see bullying, even if they are looking for it. looking for it. 
  • 29. MYTH: Bullying often resolves itselfMYTH: Bullying often resolves itself when you ignore it. when you ignore it.  Bullying reflects an imbalance of powerBullying reflects an imbalance of power that happens again and again. Ignoringthat happens again and again. Ignoring the bullying teaches students who bullythe bullying teaches students who bully that they can bully others withoutthat they can bully others without consequences. Adults and other studentsconsequences. Adults and other students need to stand up for children who areneed to stand up for children who are bullied, and to ensure they are protectedbullied, and to ensure they are protected and safe. and safe. 
  • 30. Together we can put an end toTogether we can put an end to BullyingBullying
  • 31. Bullying PowerPointBullying PowerPoint By: Kristina GualazziBy: Kristina Gualazzi March 11, 2011March 11, 2011 Listen to the song right here>Listen to the song right here>