What is bullying?Bullying is being mean to another personover and over again. Bullying includes:• Teasing• Talking about hurting someone• Spreading rumours (making up stories about someone else).• Leaving kids out on purpose• Attacking someone by hitting them or yelling at them
What is a bully?A bully is a person who is bullies anotherperson.
What can you do if you arebeing bullied?• Tell the person to stop and that you do not like what they are doing.• Walk away and find a trusted adult (for example: parent, teacher).
Ways to resolve bullyingLets brainstorm some ideas together!
Role PlayIn groups, role play the scenario you are givento the class. The class needs to answer thefollowing questions:1. How was the victim being bullied?2. How did it make them feel?3. What could they do to help solve the problem?
Bullying VideoWhile watching the video think about what ishappening in it.
Mind MapIn groups, make a mind map using the words wecame up with as a class and adding more of yourown.
ReferencesHRSAtube. (March 23, 2012). StopBullying.gov Webisode 2:Miltons Dreams. Retrived August 18, 2012 from:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yBBUmMZJEv8&feature=playerU.S. Department of Health and Human Service. (n.d.). Factsabout Bullying. In The Facts. Retrieved fromhttp://www.stopbullying.gov/kids/index.html