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Effects of teasing by children and ways to combat it. ENG PSHE KS3

Effects of teasing by children and ways to combat it. ENG PSHE KS3



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    • Starter : Words Will Never Hurt Me 6 June 2009
      • Discuss the two following aspects: Have you been teased or have you teased someone?
      • Describe a time when you were teased to your to a partner, ask them to tell you about a time they were teased.
      • Have you ever teased someone, why was this?
       (5 minutes +5 minutes feedback)
    • At the end of this lesson you should: Learning Outcomes : 6 Jun 2009 Words Will Never Hurt Me All: be able to identify feelings associated with being teased and why it happens. Most: Understand what the effects of teasing can be and how to avoid the most harmful effects. Some: Could be able to counter the effects of teasing with mature counter strategies.
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      • Task:
        • Can you describe and list the forms that teasing takes?
        • Is one form more destructive than another?
        • What effects can it have on a person
      (5 minutes +5 minutes feedback)
        • Teasing is a form of bullying, the bully or bullies who tease are trying to gain an emotional reaction.
        • By refusing to react in an emotional way you deprive a bully of the outcome they desire.
      Words Will Never Hurt Me
    • People who tease others do so because they have their own problems and want their peer group to focus on others. They do this as a way of hiding their own insecurities or attacking those they are jealous of. Words Will Never Hurt Me
    • Task: Complete Worksheet 1; Teasing Reaction 1: Running Away. After completion discuss answers. Words Will Never Hurt Me  (5 minutes +5 minutes feedback)
      • Did you identify these feelings?
      • No one likes me.
      • Everyone teases me.
      • I can’t stand being teased.
      • Because I am teased I must be a wimp.
      • Teasing is the worst thing in the world.
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      • They normally lead to these feelings:
      • It’s unfair.
      • I hate being teased.
      • People who tease are terrible.
      • But if you think this way instead:
      • Teasing is annoying but it’s not the worst thing that can happen.
      • I don’t like it but I can ignore it.
      • People who tease are just unfair.
      • Then you won’t feel as bad.
    • Task: Complete Worksheet 2; Teasing Reaction 2: Fighting Back. After completion discuss answers.  (5 minutes +5 minutes feedback) Words Will Never Hurt Me
    • Complete The Role Play: Tease Tolerance. What did you discover about the two reactions displayed to the teaser? Words Will Never Hurt Me
    • Write a short paragraph about what you have discovered in today’s lesson. Can you remember the objectives? Words Will Never, Ever, Hurt Me Again!