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  • 1. Advanced Educational ComputingJackie Miller
    BULLYING
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  • 2. LESSON PLANJackie Miller
    Lesson Title: Bullying
    Related Lessons: Conflict Resolution
    High School Grades
    Define, discuss, and utilize interactive sites on bullying
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  • 3. CONTENT STANDARDSJackie Miller
    10.3.3.C. – Analyze and apply strategies to avoid or manage conflict and violence during adolescence.
    ANALYZE BY:
    effective negotiation
    Assertive behavior
    DESCRIBE BY:
    Anger management
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  • 4. CONTENT STANDARDSJackie Miller
    DESCRIBE BY:
    Anger management
    Peer mediation
    Reflective listening
    Negotiation
    RECOGNIZE CONFLICT BY:
    Walk away
    I-statements
    Refusal skills
    Adult intervention
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  • 5. ISTE STANDARDSJackie Miller
    Communication and collaboration
    Critical thinking, problem solving and decision making
    Technology operations and concepts
    Digital citizenship
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  • 6. INSTRUCTIONAL OBJECTIVESJackie Miller
    Students will define the term bullying.
    Students will demonstrate and participate with 80% accuracy.
    Students will discuss bullying in understanding bullying and its effects.
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  • 7. BEFORE CLASS PREPARATIONJackie Miller
    Show an example of bullying by playing a scenario on the OLWEUS Bullying Prevention Program Teacher Guide DVD & CD-ROM
    Identify bullying from an interactive website on a smart board.
    Arrange classroom in a horseshoe shape setting.
    Prepare a handout on different types of bullying
    Prepare an acknowledgement sheet for students to sign, that she/he understands the topic
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  • 8. DURING CLASSJackie Miller
    Instructional Activities
    Begin with a general definition of bullying.
    Generate student definition for this term using smart board.
    Include an example of an interactive website on smart board.
    E:Teens Against Bullying.mht
    "Cyberbullying: Feathers in the Wind" (Part 1 of 3)
    http://www.netsmartz.org/resources/reallife.htm
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  • 9. INSTRUCTIONAL ACTIVITIESJackie Miller
    Refer to the handout and the interactive site on white board
    What are the prevalent types of bullying based on the students perceptions.
    Request students to describe how they felt when they were bullied or when they were bullying.
    Students will choose a type of bulling from the interactive website, using their laptops.
    They will observe and utilize videos, games or puzzles on this website.
    http://www.nsteens.org/videos/cyberbullying/
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  • 10. LESSON REFLECTIONSJackie Miller
    Students are evaluated through group participation in class discussion, class reflections and the use of the interactive website on their laptops
    Using video scenarios as a teaching tool can:
    1. They provide a common language for students to comfortably talk about bullying
    behaviors and incidents of bullying that students may encounter.
    2. They provide concrete examples for students to visualize bullying behaviors from
    multiple perspectives and to assume points of view different from their own. This
    opens discussions about how bullying affects individuals and is particularly
    effective in empowering bystanders to consider ways to address bullying.
    3. They provide concrete opportunities to discuss school rules, expectations about
    students’ behavior, and the role of adults in helping to stop bullying.
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  • 12. RULESJackie Miller
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  • 13. ACKNOWLEDGEMENT SHEETJackie Miller
    From the Office of Ms. Jackie Miller, Behavioral Specialist
    Strong Vincent High School
    1330 West 8th StreetERIE, PA 16502Phone: (814)874-6500Fax: (814)874-6507
    Bullying Acknowledgement Agreement
     
    I understand what the term bullying means and I will use not bully others.
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
    Student Signature: Date:
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