Bullying Vocabulary

Bullying Vocabulary
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Anti-Bullying Activities and Lesson Plan

Anti Bullying Activities

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One in five students each year is bullied in some way, shape, or form. The impact of bullying on the victim is immense, usually leading to increased anxiety, depression, and loss of interest. These effects usually continue into teenage years and adulthood. It’s imperative to talk about this with your students, and these activities and scenarios will help.


Anti Bullying Activities

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Bullying Vocabulary | Help students recognize and talk about bullying

Storyboard Text

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  • VERBAL BULLYING
  • CYBERBULLYING
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  • Verbal bullying uses words directed at an individual or group with the intention to harm them.
  • Jim you must be dumb to fail Ms. Smith's test!
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  • Cyberbullying is using media outlets or devices to harm others.
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  • Jim BOMBED the ezst test this yr!! #stoooppid
  • SOCIAL BULLYING
  • Go sit at the loser's table Jim.
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  • BULLYING VOCABULARY
  • INTIMIDATION
  • Just wait till you get off the bus!
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  • Social bullying involves attacking a person in front of a person or group.
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  • Intimidation is causing fear or anxiety to the victim.
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