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CHOICES-A Lesson On Responding To Bullying (Being An Upstander)


Grade 3, 4, 5, 6, 7



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In this lesson, there are many options for responding to bullying that are more covert and subtle. Some students choose to do nothing as opposed to standing up to a person showing bullying behavior. This is hard for kids who are afraid of retaliation and being harmed. These strategies help many different personalities of students-many who want to help someone being mistreated but who do not want to stand out. These are the soft skills of helping which will empower kids who want to help but are afraid to stand out overtly. There is also a discussion about why people choose to engage in bullying behavior. There are 16 scenario cards for partners to act out one of the strategies in the presentation.

What's Included

A PowerPoint lesson on being an upstander and scenario cards at the end of the PowerPoint lesson.

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