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Spark a disscussion about a current issue, bullying, in your classroom. This resource, published by The New York Times, provides a short article discussing a Anti-Bullying Bill of Rights passed into law in the state New Jersey followed by several open-ended questions perfect for starting an in-class discussion or having learners compose a written agrument. Do you think states should have legislation about bullying? Will it be effective? Hear what your class has to say!
Young scholars identify bullying behavior. For this conflict management lesson, students discuss their responsibility to report bullying and the 5 steps for a bully intervention. Young scholars read a story about a bully and discuss the appropriate measures that should be taken.
Students complete a role-play activity based upon conflict management. In this bully intervention lesson, students identify the appropriate steps to take when encountering a bully. Students read a poem about a bully and identify the motivations of the bully and the resolution of the story.
Explore bullying, how it feels, and how it feels to stop it! This plan begins with a discussion about bullying in which learners share their personal experiences with the all too common issue. Then as a class read The Meanest Thing to Say by Bill Cosby. Finally, your class makes a web of good feeling. Everyone stands in a circle and passes a ball of yarn as they give complements, ultimately creating a web.
Students explore the problem of bullying. They observe an anti-bullying commercial and discuss how a victim may feel. After a class discussion, students identify tools a victim may use to get away from a bully and obtain assistance. They practice a rap song about bullying and helping others.
Help stop bullying and encourage young scholars to speak up! Discuss the definitions of bullying and when to approach an adult for help. Objectives and definitions are laid out followed by discussion procedures. A handout includes hypothetical scenarios that can be used for small group discussion and role play.