This lesson contains 28 slides, with interactive quizzes, text slides and 4 videos.
Items in this lesson
What is Bullying?
Slide 1 - Slide
How much do you already know about bullying?
Slide 2 - Poll
What is Bullying?
We are going to go ahead and watch this video explaining what bullying is.
While you watch the video, think about what you think bullying looks like. How might a person feel?
Slide 3 - Slide
Slide 4 - Video
What is bullying?
To hurt someone on purpose.
To tease and make fun of someone.
To threat somebody.
Asking someone to be your friend.
Slide 5 - Quiz
What does bullying look like?
Slide 6 - Open question
Have you seen bullying happen to you or others? If so, where?
Slide 7 - Open question
1 out of 5 kids are bullied
32% of students say they have been digitally harassed
5.4 million students skip school at some point in the year due to bullying
9 out of 10 LGBT students experienced harassment at school
It can mess up a kid's future. Bullies are more likely to skip school, drop out of school, smoke, drink alcohol, get into fights and be arrested at some point in their life. 60% of boys who were bullies in middle school had at least one criminal conviction by the age of 24.
Slide 8 - Slide
Emotions and Bullying
Slide 9 - Slide
Slide 10 - Video
Talk in your groups about how you feel about bullying.
Slide 11 - Slide
Go ahead and share your responses here!
Slide 12 - Mind map
Victims of bullying can experience:
Can be afraid to go to school
Can be afraid to ride the bus
Can be afraid to use the school bathroom
Can be afraid of being alone in the school hallway
The fear and anxiety caused by being a bullying victim can make it difficult to focus at school.
Slide 13 - Slide
Slide 14 - Video
What is the difference between a bystander and upstander?
Slide 15 - Open question
What are the three options to stop the bullying?
Be a buddy, interrupt, walk away.
Be a buddy, don't interrupt, just stare at them.
Be a buddy, interrupt , speak out.
None of the above.
Slide 16 - Quiz
Talk in your groups about what each of the three options look like.
Slide 17 - Slide
If it's not safe to intervene, what can you do instead to help someone being bullied?
Slide 18 - Open question
The Recess Queen
We are going to listen to this read aloud.
I want you to look out and see if you spot the bully.
Slide 19 - Slide
Slide 20 - Video
What was the name of the bully? And what did she do that made her a bully?
Slide 21 - Open question
Why did the other children let Mean Jean act the she did?
Slide 22 - Open question
What was the new students name?
Slide 23 - Open question
How was Katie Sue’s behavior different from the others?
She was brave.
She was scared.
She was bossy.
She was pushy.
Slide 24 - Quiz
Why wasn't Katie Sue scared of Mean Jean?
Slide 25 - Open question
What or who changed Mean Jean? Explain what exactly changed her.
Slide 26 - Open question
What could you have done if you were one of the students in Mean Jean's class?
Slide 27 - Open question
In your groups, compare and contrast what you learned about bullying and the story we just listened to.