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Anti-Bullying by Mind Map: Anti-Bullying

1. Understand the different roles of bullying (target, perpetrator, ally, bystander) • Develop empathy for others • Think about the underlying prejudice and bias that foster bullying • Develop tangible skills for coping with bullying • Learn how to become an ally and intervene successfully

2. Joking vs Bullying. What's the Difference?

2.1. April Fools Discussion

3. 1. Define Bullying

3.1. Bullying Defined Most experts define bullying as unprovoked, repeated and aggressive actions or threats of action by one or more persons who have (or are perceived to have) more power or status than their victim in order to cause fear, distress or harm. Bullying can be physical, verbal, psychological or a combination of these three. Specific examples include name-calling, taunting, teasing and put-downs; saying or writing inappropriate things about a person; deliberately excluding a person from activities or conversation; threatening a person with bodily harm; hitting, kicking, tripping, shoving or otherwise inappropriately touching a person; taking or damaging a person’s belongings; and making a person do things he or she does not want to do. Bullying can also occur through electronic means via Web postings, e-mails, chat rooms and text messaging.

3.2. Examples

4. 2. Understand different roles of bullying (target, perpetrator, ally, bystander)

4.1. Bullies

4.1.1. Why do people bully?

4.1.2. I am a bully Video: Activity: A play-dough heart gets more or less dough based on effects of words anger management, assertive communication, and social problem-solving

4.2. Victims

4.2.1. Responding to bullies

4.3. Bystanders

4.3.1. What are some reasons why a bystander might not step in?

4.3.2. When another person stood up for you. When did you stand up for another person?

4.3.3. How can you intervene?

5. Develop a Social Contract

5.1. Discuss Personal Sensitivities

5.2. Discuss consequences for violations of the Social Contract

6. Resources

6.1. Reinforcing year round