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  • Violence - Bullying

    1. 1. Chapter 5: Bullying • Has anyone ever experienced some form of bullying? • What is the intent of the bully? • What does it feel like to be the victim? DCHW: P.104-107 Sec. 1 5 Facts/Page
    2. 2. Activity 1 • Work in small groups of 2 • Create a likeness of a “bully.” • About 15-20 minutes DC Chapter 5 Section 1: Conflict Resolution and Violence Prevention
    3. 3. Chapter 5 Section 1: Conflict Resolution and Violence Prevention • Violence: is any force that is used to harm people or damage property. • Desensitize: Seeing and experiencing violence can make someone insensitive to others who are in trouble & violent toward others. • We see violence on TV, in movies, in the news, in video games, and in our city. THE DARK KNIGHT Family Guy - Wheres My Money
    4. 4. Chapter 5 Section 1: Conflict Resolution and Violence Prevention • Violence • Desensitize • 83% of homes with children have video game units. Violent Video Games 2016
    5. 5. Factors That Can Lead to Conflicts Between Teens 1. Feeling Threatened The stress from being threatened can lead to violence. 2. Unmanaged Anger Fatigue or poor living conditions can make one irritable and more prone to act out with anger. Chapter 5 Section 1: Conflict Resolution and Violence Prevention
    6. 6. 3. Lack of Respect Violent acts against people because they are of a different race, religion, sexual orientation or culture are called hate crimes. Tolerance is the ability to overlook differences and see people for who they are. Chapter 5 Section 1: Conflict Resolution and Violence Prevention
    7. 7. Chapter 5 Section 1: Conflict Resolution and Violence Prevention • Hazing: is a method of initiation which is likely to cause serious bodily injury, personal degradation or disgrace resulting in physical or mental harm. Michael Deng
    8. 8. Chapter 5 Section 1: Conflict Resolution and Violence Prevention • Bullying: is a physical or verbal act(s) or conduct, including electronic communications committed by a pupil(s) that can have the effect of one or more of the following: 1. Fear of harm to the person or property. 2. Detrimental effect on physical or mental health.
    9. 9. Chapter 5 Section 1: Conflict Resolution and Violence Prevention • Bullying 3. Interference with academic performance. 4. Interference with the ability to participate in school activities, services or privileges.
    10. 10. • Feelings experienced by the victim can last a person’s lifetime. Chapter 5 Section 1: Conflict Resolution and Violence Prevention
    11. 11. Chapter 5 Section 1: Conflict Resolution and Violence Prevention • Cyberbullying: is bullying through electronic use. Ex. Texts, sound, images, video, message, website post, social network, or other form of electronic device (Ed Code 32261 (g)) Cruel Intentions Cyber Bullies
    12. 12. Look at “The Big Picture” Pg. 23 Chapter 5 Section 1: Conflict Resolution and Violence Prevention
    13. 13. Chapter 5 Section 1: Conflict Resolution and Violence Prevention
    14. 14. . Chapter 5 Section 1: Conflict Resolution and Violence Prevention 1. The root of many bullying actions depend on the victim reacting to their taunting, so the best way to take away their power is to ignore them or to show that you are not affected by their behavior. Build a wall. Imagine an invisible wall where any verbal abuse bounces off the wall, unable to reach you. 2. Use visualization. Rather than thinking of a bully as scary, try to think of them in a silly way to make the situation less intimidating. What can you do if you’re being bullied?
    15. 15. . Chapter 5 Section 1: Conflict Resolution and Violence Prevention 3. Stay positive. When someone is trying to tear you down, it’s easy to lose confidence. Focus on all the things you’re great at, and the people who value you. 4. Spend time with people who love you. Soak up positive affirmations and friendships that make you feel great.
    16. 16. . Chapter 5 Section 1: Conflict Resolution and Violence Prevention 5. Spend time in groups. Bullies are less likely to attack if surrounded by your friends, so try not to be alone. Walk in hallways with a friend or two. Walk home with friends or have someone pick you up. Spend lunch in a classroom. Stay after-school in a classroom for a bit. 6. Show strength. Bullies like to pick on those who they feel are weaker than they are, so focus on feeling empowered and strong. Walk with your head up. Don’t slouch.
    17. 17. 7. Don’t be embarrassed to ask for help – BT Complaint Manager is Mr. Estrella . Yeah, this guy! Chapter 5 Section 1: Conflict Resolution and Violence Prevention
    18. 18. Remember: . “High school is temporary. This will pass. You will very likely never see the bully in the future ever again.  I had two – they’re probably in jail by now! J.k. Idk. Maybe” Chapter 5 Section 1: Conflict Resolution and Violence Prevention
    19. 19. Bullying Discussion 1. Explain how bullies effect the victims? 2. Elaborate on the reason why BT has a Bullying Complaint Manager. 3. Formulate a theory as to why some people will gang up on one individual in cyber-bullying. •Don’t turn in yet. Chapter 5 Section 1: Conflict Resolution and Violence Prevention
    20. 20. -Continued 4. Formulate a theory as to why teens can become desensitized. 5. Predict what type of bullying a girl is more likely to experience. What about a boy? 6. Elaborate on three things you can do to help stop bullying? 7. How is physical bullying and cyber bullying similar and how are they different? - Turn in Chapter 5 Section 1: Conflict Resolution and Violence Prevention
    21. 21. By-Stander Effect: Is mostly determined by the presence of others. It’s easy to conclude that it’s not so bad and do nothing if no one else is reacting to the bullying situation, http://listverse.com/2009/1 1/02/10-notorious-cases-of- the-bystander-effect/ Bystander Experiment Chapter 5 Section 1: Conflict Resolution and Violence Prevention
    22. 22. Consequences: 1. Suicide (Ex.Amanda Todd) Chapter 5 Section 1: Conflict Resolution and Violence Prevention
    23. 23. Consequences: 2. Mass shootings – school & work. (Columbine Shooting) The U.S. Secret Service concluded that bullying played a significant role in many school shootings. Columbine Shooting Footage Chapter 5 Section 1: Conflict Resolution and Violence Prevention
    24. 24. Consequences: 3. Slandering the reputation of innocent people on purpose. Slander: malicious & false statements about someone. Cyber Bullying Chapter 5 Section 1: Conflict Resolution and Violence Prevention
    25. 25. AB 1156, revises the definition of bullying, gives bullied victims priority for transferring schools and requires bullying-prevention training AB 9, requires schools to implement bullying complaint procedures and alternative discipline policies for bullying. 2012 DC
    26. 26. California passed a bill in 2012 that gives schools the power to punish students who harass classmates online. There is a growing trend of online bullying as well through social networking sites such as Facebook. The law passed will make sure that schools have the power to suspend or expel any students that create online profiles impersonating classmates or who set up "burn pages" with material intended to harm others. DC
    27. 27. http://whatdoyouchoose.org DC Chapter 5 Section 1: Conflict Resolution and Violence Prevention
    28. 28. Chapter 5 Section 1: Conflict Resolution and Violence Prevention
    29. 29. Chapter 5 Section 1: Conflict Resolution and Violence Prevention
    30. 30. Roman's Escape Chapter 5 Section 1: Conflict Resolution and Violence Prevention
    31. 31. •14% of teens have actually met a person face to face they only met online. •40% usually reply and chat to people when they receive online messages from strangers. DC Chapter 5 Section 1: Conflict Resolution and Violence Prevention
    32. 32. Quiz next time on Lesson 7 HW: Make an anti-bully poster. Due in one week. A: very creative, very neat, great memorable & catchy message B: creative, neat and good message C: plain, near, message not catchy or memorable. F: plain, messy, message does not make sense or is irrelevant to project. Chapter 5 Section 1: Conflict Resolution and Violence Prevention
    33. 33. Sources: LAUSD Bulletin 5212.1 Chapter 5 Section 1: Conflict Resolution and Violence Prevention
    34. 34. Quiz is next. Me so sad. Chapter 5 Section 1: Conflict Resolution and Violence Prevention
    35. 35. At least you studied. Umm.. yeah, about that. Chapter 5 Section 1: Conflict Resolution and Violence Prevention
    36. 36. Bullying Review 1. What is slander? a. something fake b. malicious & false statements c. racist remark d. ridiculous & silly statements 2. Seeing and experiencing violence can make you insensitive to others who are in trouble & violent toward others. This is called a. desensitize b. bullying c. apathy d. callous 3. When a lot of people just look but do nothing… a. cyber bully effect b. slander effect c. malicious effect d. by-stander effect 4. Which one is not a consequence of bullying? a. slander b. suicide c. anger management d. school shootings 5. True or False: Bullying is an appropriate struggle for status where one person is intimidated or hurt. 6. Develop a theory as to why people may bully more using electronics. 7. Explain using our notes why desensitizing happens and why it is considered a bad thing.

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