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Bullying Presentation

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  • Parents often have a crucial role in recognizing and resolving the problem, whether their child is being bullied or is the one doing the bullying. However, one of the most important things as a parent can do is talk and listen to your child and need to lead a good examples and be a role model. Spend time with your kids to help them develop empathy toward others.Yet, luckily, I read an article about like an on-star for phone that has been working perfectly for me and my family. With just a click of a button, you get conferenced with an emergency response agent, a list of people in your so called-safety network, and can even get escalated to the nearest 911. I read it from this article: http://safekidzone.com/eMail/RelentlessProtection/
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  • 1. BULLYING BY: SHELIE FISHMAN
  • 2. What Is Bullying? Bullying is using superior strength or influence to intimidate (someone),typically to force him or her to do what one wants.
  • 3. What Do You Think Are Some Reasons ThatPeople Bully And Why?
  • 4. Why Do People Bully?Reputation Jealousy Reward Family background Popularity
  • 5. What do I do? Talk to… -A trusted teacher -Your parents -Principal -Your friends How should I act?-Don’t fight back or you might get yourself in trouble. -Remove yourself from the situation -Take some deep breaths -Remember that what the bully saysprobably isn’t true and they are just trying to get under your skin
  • 6. Types of bullying-Physical bullying-Verbal bullying-Indirect bullying-Cyber bullying-Intimidation-Social alienations-Bystanders
  • 7. Facts Over 3 million kids get bullied each year 1 in 4 teachers see nothing wrong with bullyingAbout 160,000 high school students skip school everyday because they are bullied 56% of students witnessed bullying at their school 2/3 students believe schools respond poorly to bullying 71% of kids report there being bullying issues at school 1/10 kids drop out of school because of bullies
  • 8. Question #1 Have you ever seen bullying? If you have, what type was it? Did anyone try to help?
  • 9. Question #2What do you thinkare some ways thatschools/students canprevent bullying?
  • 10. Question #3Do you think that beinga bystander is actually a indirect form of bullying? Why or why not?