• My Definition • Example • Example• A verbal or physical • She would • Billy came over. attempt to hurt always come I began to shake someone’s feelings, home crying. . This is just like body , mind etc. Being her him, bullying mother, I didnt the weaker kids. know why. Why He pushes me every day she down. I’m hurt, came home... but it always With tears feels like this. draining from her eyes.
» Have you ever thought of what happens to victims of bullying? Questions and surveys have been conducted and shown some symptoms of bulling are…» Loss of interest in school , poor grades, cuts, scratches, bruises, trouble sleeping , loss of appetite, anxiousness, low self-esteem» Also, did you know research has consistently shown from numerous studies that being bullied can increase risk of suicide, psychotic disorders , etc.
» Bullies may bully so they do not get bullied themselves» Have been bullied» May gain power , feel superior compared to others, or be more “popular”» May be pressured by peers or told to» A way to “fit in”» Tough life at home» Gang involvement
» All around» Research has shown the most common place bullying happens is in school (class , hallway , bathroom etc.).» Sports teams» Mall or stores» Restaurants» Public events
» Race» Gender» Weight» Height» Knowledge or Grades» Athleticism» Liking the same sex» Disabilities or Special» Needs (Autism,» loss of sight etc.)
» Research and surveys conducted have shown me that ALL ages can be bullied» Children at 4-10 may physically hurt or tease due to sometimes hard to understand ways ( interests, looks, school utensils etc.)» 11-13 or pre-teens may use similar reasons to bully, but may to begin bullying with peer pressure and technology (phones, computers etc.)» In high school, teens may bully because of relationships, again looks, intelligence, and more mature subjects like drugs, racism etc.» Before elder years, adults could be bullied by other adults by being excluded or being criticized for choice of job» Elders are consistently being bullied. Easily younger people can rob elders even when they are just walking down the street. They are easy targets.» I have wrote these scenarios based on articles, experiences, and media such as television
» Described by T.V.D.S.B as…» Bullying is typically a form of repeated, persistent and aggressive behaviour directed at an individual or individuals that is intended to cause (or should be known to cause) fear and distress and/or harm to another person’s body, feelings, self-esteem or reputation.» Or you could say a repeated attempt to hurt in anyway
» 2 out of 3 teens are verbally or phisically bullied in Canada or the U.S.» It is estimated that 160,000 children miss school everyday due to the fear of bullying» “Canada has the 9th highest rate of bullying among 13 year olds
A Australian judge argued that bullying should be a criminal offence. Someone inspiredthan conducted this online survey for others around the world.
» School Boards have placed the No-bulling policy meaning consequences will be handed out to bullies(suspension, expulsion, detention, contact of police etc.)» Students of schools have been more educated then ever by programs in their community ( D.A.R.E, V.I.P etc.)» Police are contacted by schools or homes and report to bullying incidents
» Sheldon Kennedy (former NHL All-star has done some amazing work since he has come forward with the abuse that he suffered as a teen playing hockey in Swift Current. In 2010 and into 2011, Sheldon Kennedy co- founded Respect Group Inc., which developed both the respect in sports and respect in school programs.» Ellen has chose to send a clear message along side actors, singers, and athletes» Victoria Justice of Nickleodean created a PSA on bulling, this catches attention of the young too!
» Don’t be a bystander, stand up!» Tell a friend to stop if they are “putting on a show”» Report a incident of bullying to someone you trust (parent, teacher, friend, coach etc.)’» Educate others on your knowledge
» But let’s all make it better» No watching ,STOP BULLING!
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