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Stop bullying

  1. 1. STOP BULLYING<br />Hilde Johansen<br />
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  5. 5. In this PowerPoint I hope to give you some ideas how to work against bullying at school.<br />We know that this is an increasing problem, and that bullying has many forms. <br />As teachers we have the opportunity to influence children in the right way.<br />Lets use our power, and do what we can, in this never-ending battle.<br />Working against bullying. <br />
  6. 6. Write poems.<br />At James Elliman Primary School in the UKthe students wrote anti-bullying poems in their anti-bullying week. Here are some examples. <br />
  7. 7. Make drawings and cartoons.<br />Here are the winners from the Anti-Bullying Week Competition in Oxford shire 2009:<br />
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  9. 9. You can divide the students into several groups. <br />Each group must cooperate and write a story that contains a bullying situation.<br />Then the members within the group must distribute roles.<br />And finally show the role-play for the rest of the class.<br />Discuss afterwards. <br />Role-play.<br />
  10. 10. Let the students create their own movie about bullying. <br />Let the students create an anti-bullying brochure.<br />Read stories about bullying, or even better invite someone to talk about bullying to your class.<br />Role-playing.<br /> Watching a movie can be a good way to approach a theme. It’s a great starting point for discussions and reflections.<br />Other examples: <br />
  11. 11. To help the student start discuss you could ask question like:<br />What is the different between bullying on the internet than in real life?<br />Is it less painful for the one who gets bullied?<br />How would you react if someone wrote cruel things to you on the internet, or on the cell phone? <br />Assignment: Write a story based on the film. <br />Discussions.<br />