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  • 1. Can stopping cyberbullying lower teenage suicide numbers? Tammie Lee Reading A 11/27/10
  • 2. Introduction
    • When a child, preteen, or teen is tormented, threatened, harassed, humiliated, or otherwise targeted by another child, preteen, or teen.
    • “ People are starting to realize words can do more than hurt somebody. It can cause them to do desperate, desperate things.”
    • There are no reliable statistics for the number of teen suicides
  • 3. Why do people cyberbully?
    • Technology and messaging is available to them for a long period of time
    • No supervision
    • Lack of activity
    • Lack of maturity
  • 4. What is cyberbullying?
    • Cyberbullying is to bully online or with any other messaging device like text messaging
  • 5. When does cyberbullying occur?
    • When kids are bored and they have too much time on their hands and too many tech toys available to them for a long time.
    • Outside of school hours
  • 6. Where does cyberbullying occur?
    • On the computer
      • Chats
      • Instant messaging
      • Emails
      • Message boards
      • Social networking sites
    • Text messages
  • 7. How does cyberbullying affect the victim?
    • Children have killed each other and committed suicide after being involved in a cyberbullying incident
    • Poor academic performance
    • Depression
    • Further isolation
  • 8. Middle School English Teacher
    • They teach courses in English language and literature
    • $70,800 in the state of Maryland
    • There will be 27,330 teaching jobs taken in Maryland by 2016
    • The percent change from 2006 to 2016 is 18%
    • Elementary school teacher, High school teacher, Counselor, Principal
  • 9. High School Career academies
    • River Hill High School
    • Accounting Academy
    • I like math
  • 10. State University of New York at Potsdam
    • Potsdam, New York
    • $23,495
    • You need to take the SATS and ACTS to get in
    • The mascot are The Bears
  • 11. Community Service
    • I volunteered at Grassroots, a place I can baby sit kids who are mentally retarded
    • I like kids
    • I donate cans every year
  • 12. Prior Job Experience
    • Babysitting
    • Petsitting
  • 13. Citing
    • Google images