Bullying - Four Actions You Can Do

Updated: 2/26/2019
Bullying - Four Actions You Can Do
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School Bullying

Types of Bullying

Lesson Plans by Rebecca Ray

Here at Storyboard That, we believe every student should have the right to a quality education, free of intimidation. We have found that by using storyboards to create role-playing scenarios, students can better see the effects and characteristics of bullying. Through interactive lessons, you can help change student mindsets from “bullying is a problem” to “bullying is a problem, and I can do something about it”.


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Storyboard Description

Four actions students can take to stop bullying today.

Storyboard Text

  • LISTEN
  • I haven't been feeling safe around here anymore..
  • Why not? What's wrong? Tell me, I am here to listen.
  • REMIND
  • … you are perfect the way you are. It's the person who is bullying you who needs help.
  • GET INFORMED
  • Bullying is not a victim-less crime; know that your efforts can make a positive impact. If you are able to help someone deal with bullying, you will have done a wonderful act of kindness for a friend, acquaintance, or stranger.
  • TELL SOMEONE
  • Principal Ross, I need to speak with you. My friend is being bullied, but he doesn't want you to know.
  • Let the person who has been bullied speak.
  • Tell the person who has been bullied that it's not their fault, and they did not do anything to bring on this behavior.
  • Get and give advice, talk about ways to proceed, what steps you should take, and be sensible.
  • Inform the school, or in extreme cases, call the police.