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  1. 1. Lesson 6: Bullying and the By-Stander • Has anyone ever experienced some form of bullying? • What is the intent of the bully? • What does it feel like to be the victim? DC
  2. 2. Lesson 6 Activity 1• Work in small groups of 2• Create a likeness of a “bully.” • About 15-20 minutes DC
  3. 3. Health Text Book – Chapter 5 Section 1: Conflict Resolution and Violence Prevention• Violence: is any force that is used to harm people or damage property.• Desensitize: Seeing and experiencing violence can make you insensitive to others who are in trouble & violent toward others.• We see violence on TV, in movies, in the news, in video games, and in our city. • 83% of homes with children have video game units.
  4. 4. Health Text Book – Chapter 5 Section 1: Conflict Resolution and Violence Prevention Factors That Lead to Conflicts Between Teens• Feeling Threatened The stress from being threatened can lead to violence.• Unmanaged Anger Fatigue or poor living conditions can make one irritable and more prone to act out with anger.
  5. 5. Health Text Book – Chapter 5 Section 1: Conflict Resolution and Violence Prevention• Lack of Respect Violent acts against people just because they are of a different race, religion, sexual orientation or culture are called hate crimes.• Tolerance is the ability to overlook differences and see people for who they are.
  6. 6. Remember:Try to avoid the bullies. Don’t be embarrassed to ask for help. Be tolerant of .Be assertive, not others
  7. 7. • Scaring or controlling another person by using threats or physical force.• Intimidation is a problem many young people
  8. 8. • These feelings experienced by the victim can last a person’s lifetime.
  9. 9. Lesson 6: Bullying and the By-Stander • Bullies are often people who have trouble getting along with or caring about other people.
  10. 10. Lesson 6: Bullying and the By-Stander Lesson 6 Discussion Questions – answer on paper. 1. What do you think of people who attack others on the internet? 2. What does that say about the person doing it? 3. Why do so many other people join in? •- Don’t turn in yet.
  11. 11. Cruel Intentions Cyber BulliesLook at “The BigPicture”
  12. 12. DC
  13. 13. CyberBullying
  14. 14. Lesson 6Discussion Question4. Define desensitize5. What types of bullying are boys more likely to get? And girls?6. What are three things you can do to help stop bullying?7. Whose responsibility is it to protect people who are being intentionally hurt?8. What might happen if society accepted this kind of behavior?- Turn in
  15. 15. Lesson 6: Bullying and the By-Stander By-Stander Effect: Is mostly determined by the presence of others. If no one else is reacting to the bullying situation, it’s easy to conclude that it is not so bad and do nothing. Social Responsibility Norm - these factors must be present 1. the situation must be noticed. 2. it must be interpreted as an emergency and 3. the http://listverse.com/2009/ observer must assume responsibility to help. 11/02/10-notorious- cases-of-the-bystander- effect/ The Bystander Effect
  16. 16. Lesson 6: Consequences of bullying Consequences: 1. Suicide (Ex.Amanda Todd)
  17. 17. Lesson 6: Consequences of bullying Consequences: 2. School shootings (Columbine Shooting) Columbine HS2002 – The U.S. Secret Service concluded thatbullying played a significant role in manyschool shootings.
  18. 18. Lesson 6: Consequences of bullying Consequences: 3. Slandering the reputation of innocent people. Bullying Vid.Slander: malicious & false statements aboutsomeone.
  19. 19. 2012AB 1156, revises the definition of bullying, givesbullied victims priority for transferring schools andrequires bullying-prevention training DCAB 9, requires schools to implement bullying complaintprocedures and alternative discipline policies for
  20. 20. California passed a bill in 2012 that gives schools thepower to punish students who harass classmatesonline. There is a growing trend of online bullying aswell through social networking sites such as Facebook.The law passed will make sure that schools have thepower to suspend or expel any students that createonline profiles impersonating classmates or who set up"burn pages" with material intended to harm others. DC
  21. 21. http://whatdoyouchoose.org DC
  22. 22. DC
  23. 23. Lesson 6: Interesting Stuff! •14% of teens have actually met a person face to face they only met online. •40% said they will usually reply and chat to people when they receive online messages from strangers. DC
  24. 24. Quiz next HW: Make an anti-bully poster. Due in one time on week.lesson 6 A: very creative, very neat, great memorable & catchy message B: creative, neat and good message C: plain, near, message not catchy or memorable. F: plain, messy, message does not make sense or is irrelevant to
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