What Is It? Group Activity -
In small groups, talk about the kinds of behaviors that go along with
each scenario. Write your answers in the boxes.
Bullies and Bystanders -
The support of even bystander can make a big difference to someone who is
being bullied. When bystanders speak up, kids who are being bullied feel less
anxious and less depressed.
Act Against It -
In small groups, come up with a short skit that illustrates each
scenario. Make sure that your skit includes a way to solve the bullying
Act Out Against It -
Work in small groups to come up with a bullying situation. Write out
a short skit that you can do for the class. In your skit, include a possible
solution to the problem.
Is It Present? -
Liam is small for his age, and he is
very sensitive about his size. One
day while he is changing for gym
class, another student takes a
picture of him in his underwear
and posts it on social medial.
Is It Happening? -
Read each scenario. Is it bullying? Write YES or NO on the line.
Topic Quiz -
Test your knowledge of bullying by
answering the following questions.
Too Far? -
The pictures are helpful here.
Recognizing When It Happens -
Margaret has just moved to town from a
different country, and she doesn't dress the
same way that the other kids do. A group of kids
at the bus stop has been making fun of the way
Writing Prompt -
You have been elected to a special committee to work with
school administrators to put a stop to bullying in your school. As
the student representative to the committee, you have been
asked to prepare a statement for the first meeting summarizing
your thoughts about the current school climate and how it might
be contributing-or helping to deter this behavior.
Cyberbullying Worksheets -
We have a series of worksheets specifically for this form of behavior and give students plenty of great advice on how to be proactive.