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  • 1. Teacher Michelle Lopes São Paulo – 2011
  • 2. What different types of bullying are there?
  • 3. What springs to mind when you hear the word ‘bullying’?
  • 4. Was bullying a big problem at your school?
  • 5. Is it worse for children or adults to get bullied?
  • 6. Why do people bully each other?
  • 7. Do you think bullying should be made a crime or isit part of growing up?
  • 8. Is cyber-bullying (online bullying) worse than face-to-face bullying?
  • 9. What experiences of bullying do you have?
  • 10. How bad is bullying in your country?
  • 11. What kind of person is a bully?
  • 12. Do bullies need help? What kind?
  • 13. What can people who are bullied do to stop the bullying?
  • 14. If bullying involves violence, should someonecall the police?
  • 15. What damage does bullying do to people?
  • 16. Should someone who is bullied make the name of the bully public – put it on the Internet?