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The Roles We Play In Bullying

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  • Bullying remains a public concern. What we want for our children is that, we want them to have the assertiveness skills necessary to feel confident and able to stand up for themselves and, equally important and difficult, to be able to stand up for their peers. As a mom I always teach my children ways to feel good about themselves, how to get along with others, and how to treat each other with respect and dignity. I am a parent and I'm worried and I don't want that any kid will experience this again. As a way of helping everyone especially the parents, who find it quite hard to manage time, I found this great application which featured a safety app which gets me connected to a Safety Network or escalate my call to the nearest 911 when needed, it has other cool features that are helpful for your kids with just a press of a Panic Button. Check it here: http://www.SafeKidZone.com/
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  • 1. The Roles We Play In Bullying The Bully, the Victim, & the Bystander: the roles of bullying, reactions to bullying, and how to prevent bullying in school. Jennifer Astle August 10, 2009 “ Final Showcase Project” Designer Topic 1 Managing Classroom Dynamics by Building a Connected Community of Learners
  • 2. Objectives
    • The student will:
    • Recognize the roles each person plays in a bullying situation (the bully, victim, & bystander).
    • Understand the emotions each person involved in a situation may be feeling.
    • Learn the different types of bullying.
    • Learn the difference between “tattling” and reporting bullying.
    • Learn how to appropriately respond to a bullying situation as a victim or a bystander.
    • Learn how to prevent bullying at their school.
  • 3. Step 1: Pre-Assessment Survey
    • In this pre-assessment piece I will be collecting data from students about bullying. This data will give me an idea of situations and places that bullying behavior is prevalent. It will give me a clear view as to what items still need to be addressed as well as the level of bullying that is currently taking place at our school.
  • 4. Survey Question Examples
    • I stick up for others….even if they are not my friend.
    • Your answer : Never Sometimes Pretty Often Very Often
    • I share things with others.
    • Your answer : Never Sometimes Pretty Often Very Often
    • I like to get into a fight with someone I can easily beat.
    • Your answer : Never Sometimes Pretty Often Very Often
    • I just walk away if I hear someone teasing somebody.
    • Your answer : Never Sometimes Pretty Often Very Often
    • Others make fun of me.
    • Your answer : Never Sometimes Pretty Often Very Often
    • I get hit and pushed around by others.
    • Your answer : Never Sometimes Pretty Often Very Often
    • I enjoy helping others.
    • Your answer : Never Sometimes Pretty Often Very Often
    • I give kids a hard time.
    • Your answer: Never Sometimes Pretty Often Very Often
    • I have good friends.
    • Your answer: Never Sometimes Pretty Often Very Often
    • I sometimes disrupt others in class.
    • Your answer: Never Sometimes Pretty Often Very Often
    • I feel I can't trust others.
    • Your answer: Never Sometimes Pretty Often Very Often
    • I get picked on by others.
    • Your answer: Never Sometimes Pretty Often Very Often
    • I am part of a group that goes round teasing others.
    • Your answer: Never Sometimes Pretty Often Very Often
    • If I or a friend tells the teacher we are being teased, they help solve the issue.
    • Your answer: Never Sometimes Pretty Often Very Often
    • I like to help people that are being harassed.
    • Your answer: Never Sometimes Pretty Often Very Often
    • I like to make others scared of me.
    • Your answer: Never Sometimes Pretty Often Very Often
    Kids who get picked on a lot usually deserve it. Your answer: Agree Unsure Disagree A bully is really a coward. Your answer: Agree Unsure Disagree Kids should not complain about being bullied. Your answer: Agree Unsure Disagree It's funny to see kids get upset when they are teased. Your answer: Agree Unsure Disagree Kids who hurt others weaker than themselves should be punished. Your answer: Agree Unsure Disagree You should not pick on someone who is weaker than you. Your answer: Agree Unsure Disagree Nobody likes a wimp. Your answer: Agree Unsure Disagree It makes me angry when a kid is picked on without reason. Your answer: Agree Unsure Disagree I like it when someone sticks up for kids who are being bullied. Your answer: Agree Unsure Disagree I like playing sports. Your answer: Never Sometimes Pretty Often Very Often I get good grades in school. Your answer: Never Sometimes Pretty Often Very Often Bullying at my school happens at recess. Your answer: Never Sometimes Pretty Often Very Often I get called names by others. Your answer: Never Sometimes Pretty Often Very Often
  • 5. Step 2: Video, WS, & Book
    • Show a bullying video, hamburger graphic organizer, and read Just Kidding to the class.
  • 6. Hamburger Organizer Example ZACH: 6 th Grader
  • 7. Hamburger Organizer Example ALEX: 4 th Grader
  • 8. Step 3: Discussion & Art
    • Discuss the emotions of bullying, discuss the roles people play in the process, and make art pieces that depicts the emotions of the people in the roles (bully, victim, & bystander).
  • 9. Step 4: Role play
    • Students will be given bully scenarios. Students will then act out the scene and/or discuss what appropriate behavior is or what to say in that situation while it is being video taped.
  • 10. Step 5: Ant-Bullying Poster
    • Students will be designing a poster that teaches bullying awareness and prevention to their peers.
  • 11. Poster Example
  • 12. Poster Example
  • 13. Step 6: Post-Assessment
    • In this post-assessment piece I will be collecting similar data from students about bullying as in the pre-assessment. This data will be compared in hopes of reducing bullying activity in our school and creating a better school climate. Results will be published in our school newsletter.
  • 14. Lesson Rubric Excellent (3) : Does all work to the best of ability and completes work on time Basic (2) : Does work that satisfies the assignment and gets some work done by the due date. Below Expectations (1) : Does not keep up to perceived ability Anti-Bullying Poster Participated in post-assessment Role Playing Knowledge Role Playing Participation Class Discussion Emotion Art Piece Hamburger Organizer Participated in pre-assessment Comments Total Excellent 3 Basic 2 Below 1 Bullying Rubric
  • 15. Conclusion
    • As I move into the 2009-2010 school year, I will be carrying a new position at my school working with students over the noon hour on conflict resolution and many other social skills. I am also a part of our school’s behavior committee, and a main focus for us this year is to work on behavior on the playground & bullying specifically. This unit is a fantastic way to touch on the issue with my students. I was also able to find a ton of resources that I will be able to use as well as share with my staff.

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