Methods for Bullying Prevention<br />Zero Tolerance <br />Teachers must address the issue immediately as it occurs <br />Use a tone conveying disapproving their action <br />Do not draw attention to the victim<br />Focus how on the bully creates negativity <br />
Methods for Bullying Prevention<br />Pull victim aside after class to make sure him/her is alright <br />Always reinsure them they can come to you if they continue to have the same problem<br />Give them the feeling of comfort<br />Link to Source<br />
Do Your Part<br />If you see anyone being bullied, say something <br />Don’t just let things go<br />Inform an adult or teacher about the issue<br />Help your fellow classmates out and help them see they are not alone <br />Link to Source<br />
Credits<br />The effect of bullying in school on children & adolescents<br />Source: Young Adult Library serv 8 no1 Fall 2009<br />http://www.parentinged.com/bullying/The-Effect-Of-Bullying-In-School-On-Children-And-Adolescents.html<br />What to Say in Sticky Situations<br />Source: Instructor (2009) 119 no2 S/O 2009<br />http://www.scholastic.com/<br />Bullied to Death: An Interview with Julie Anne Peters and Jay Asher<br />Source: Voice Youth Advocates 32 no5 D 2009 <br />http://www.scarecrowpress.com/<br />
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