Conflict Vs Bullying

Learn to tell the difference between standard peer conflicts and bullying situations. Six situations present pupils with the chance to define each as bullying or conflict, and to explain their rationale.

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CCSS: Adaptable
Instructional Ideas

  • Use in the context of a larger unit on bullying
  • Encourage learners to elaborate on their answers with personal anecdotes or a narrative essay about the fictional characters
Classroom Considerations

  • Pair with a lesson on conflict resolution, as the worksheet does not provide suggestions for handling conflicts
  • Some situations are nuanced and could be argued either way
  • Be sure to create a class definition of bullying and conflict, clarifying why they are different, before starting the worksheet
Pros

  • Versatile for multiple class settings
  • Addresses different forms of bullying
Cons

  • None