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  21.   No Place for Bullies
No Place for Bullies By Catherine Hutchings and Bridget Anderson December 18, 2007 11:24 am December 18, 2007 11:24 am Teaching ideas based on New York Times content. See all lesson plans > Overview of Lesson Plan: In this lesson, students reflect on the bullying in their community, hold an anonymous discussion about bullying...
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    Grade Level: 6-12

  22.   Resources on Bullying and Cyberbullying
Resources on Bullying and Cyberbullying By Holly Epstein Ojalvo June 28, 2010 1:36 pm June 28, 2010 1:36 pm Suzanne DeChillo/The New York Times "If you're under 13, you shouldn't even be on Facebook." - Maeve Cannon, standing at left, a 14-year-old eighth grader who was in a group advising younger students on avoiding bullying...
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    Grade Level: K-12

  23.   Bullying
Skip to content. Skip to navigation Personal tools Log in Register Sections National Crime Prevention Council Topics Programs Training & Events Newsroom About Us You are here: Home Topics Bullying Teaching Kids About Bullying Bullying: Grades 2 - 3 Search Advanced Search? Navigation + Topics + Bullying o What Parents Can Do o Teaching Kids About Bullying Bullying: Grades 1 - 2 Bullying: Grades 2 - 3 What to Teach Kids about Bullying o Girls and Bullying o Strategies + Cell Phone Safety + Conflict R...
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    Grade Level: K-2

  24.   Cyber-Bullying Tee Activity
Cyber-Bullying Tee Activity Life Skills: Thinking & Reasoning Social & Civic Responsibility Communication Character Time Frame: 1 class period that runs 45 minutes. Group Size: Large Groups Summary: Students will learn basic concepts surrounding Cyber Bullying. Students will then produce a Tee shirt idea about Cyber Bul...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  25.   Cyber-Bullying: What To Do
Cyber-Bullying: What To Do Summary: Students will learn what cyber-bullying is, the consequences of it, and how to handle a cyber-bullying situation effectively. Activities are provided which take students through real-life situations. They have the opportunity to evaluate how they might feel and how they would act in c...
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    Grade Level: 6-8

  26.   Bullying and Harrassment (gr. k-6)
Life Skills: Thinking & Reasoning Communication Curriculum Tie: Comprehensive Counseling & Guidance Program Standard I Objective 3 Summary: Students will be able to identify the act of bullying in themselves and others. Students will know the difference between "telling" and "tattling". Main Curriculum Tie: Comprehensive Counseling & Guidance Program Standard I Objective 2 Demonstrate skills for decision-making Materials: Poem "I'll Fix Anthony" by Judith Viorst, "Hooray for Wodney Wat" by Helen...
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    Grade Level: 6-12

  27.   Counseling - Bullying
...rade Level Subjects States Interest Groups Projects Classified Ads Help Wanted Email: State: 2515. Counseling , level: all Posted Thu Mar 7 10:31:13 PST 2002 by Tandy Braid ( Tandycounselor@hotmail.com). Page County, Luray, VA Materials Required: See below Activity Time: 30 minutes Concepts Taught: Bullying and being Mean Lesson- Bullying Materials Needed: Books, The Meanest Thing to Say by Bill Cosby and How to Lose All Your Friends by Nancy Carlson. Read The Meanest Thing to Say Questions reagrding reading: What happened the day that Michael Reilly started school? What game does Michael introduce to the re...
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    Grade Level: K-12

  28.   Counseling - Bullying and Being Mean (Book Big Bad Bunny by Alan Durant)
...rade Level Subjects States Interest Groups Projects Classified Ads Help Wanted Email: State: 2513. Counseling , level: all Posted Thu Mar 7 10:28:26 PST 2002 by Tandy Braid ( Tandycounselor@hotmail.com). Page County, Luray, VA Materials Required: see below Activity Time: 30 minutes Concepts Taught: Bullying and being Mean Materials Needed: Book Big Bad Bunny by Alan Durant Anticipatory Set: What is a bully? Today we're gonna read a book about a bully and how he ends up becominga Very Good Bunny when he's taught a lesson from the Wise Old Bunny. Questions Regarding Reading: 1. What is it that Big Bad Bunny is...
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    Grade Level: K-2

  29.   Counseling - Bullying and Being Mean (Book A Cure for the Meanies by Tom Dunsmuir)
...el Subjects States Interest Groups Projects Classified Ads Help Wanted Email: State: 2510. Counseling , level: Elementary Posted Thu Mar 7 10:19:41 PST 2002 by Tandy Braid ( Tandycounselor@hotmail.com). Page County, Luray, VA Materials Required: see lesson Activity Time: 30 minutes Concepts Taught: Bullying and being Mean Lesson- Being Mean Materials Needed: Book A Cure for the Meanies by Tom Dunsmuir and coloring sheet. Read book aloud Questions regarding reading: Have you ever stopped to notice when you're mean and lose your head, that the feeling you created starts to grow... and then to spread? WHo start...
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    Grade Level: K-2

  30.   Stop Bullying
...eaching requirement ? use of language and ICT) Date:_____________ Period:___________ Learning Objectives Reading instructions from the problem page section. Writing in the genre of a problem page. Produce a Bully Book for others. Learning Outcomes Consider the dilemmas involved in issues to do with bullying. Produce solutions to those problems. Share concerns, information and ideas about bullying to others. Introduction Discussion ? ?What is a problem page? What features are common to this genre?? Development Access the problem page section and complete with a partner. List the important ways that bullying c...
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    Grade Level: K-12


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