Lesson 3 of 3: Dont be a Bystander - Bullying Prevention and Intervention

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1. 4. Lesson Phases(Content and Teaching Approaches

1.1. 4.1 Introduction (10min)

1.1.1. Screen video - Bystander to Upstander

1.1.2. Discussion Bystander Characteristics

1.1.2.1. Behvaiour

1.1.2.2. Examples

1.1.2.3. Attributes

1.1.3. Discussion Upstander Characteristics

1.1.3.1. Examples

1.1.3.2. Behvaiour

1.1.3.3. Attributes

1.2. 4.2 Development (30min)

1.2.1. The Greatest South African Hero Poster Campaign - COLLABORATIVE TASK

1.2.1.1. “STOP BULLYING IN A SINGLE BOUND!”

1.2.1.2. own super hero against bullying.

1.2.1.3. name for the person

1.2.1.4. “stats” of the superhero

1.2.1.5. GROUPS OF 4 - DESIGN , DRAW and PRESENT their hero and some of the characteristics

1.3. 4.3 Consolidation (10min)

1.3.1. Discussion

1.3.1.1. What can you do to prevent bullying at school

1.3.1.2. Changing from Bystander to Upstander

2. 1. Objectives

2.1. 1.1Knowledge

2.1.1. To explore the role of the bystander in bullying

2.1.2. how you can help prevent bullying

2.1.3. Identifying scenarios

2.2. 1.2Skills

2.2.1. to understand what it means to be a bystander

2.2.2. Understand what it means to be an upstander

2.2.3. to learn ways to prevent bullying when it is experienced by others

2.3. 1.3Values

2.4. Empathy

2.5. Doing the right thing

3. 2. Assessment

3.1. 2.1 Role Play

3.2. 2.2 Rubric for Poster Design and presentation

3.3. 2.3 Interaction and contribution during discussions

4. 3. Resources

4.1. 3.1 Poster Paper

4.2. Arts and Crafts material

4.3. Video - Bystander to Upstander

5. 5. Planned Questions

5.1. 5.1Introduction

5.1.1. What is a bystander? Do you think bystanders can be neutral when they see others being bullied? How do you feel when you see others being bullied? What do you usually do? What bystanders can do to stop bullying in their schools?

5.2. 5.2Development

5.2.1. What did you learn about the topic of bullying today? Can you think of times in your life when you or someone you know was bullied? How do you think being bullied makes people feel? If you or someone you know is being bullied what are some things that they can do for help or to stop the bullying? If someone started bullying you, who would you talk to about the situation? Who are the people that would help you? What does it mean to be a bystander? (Why are some people bystanders when it comes to bullying? How can you go from being a bystander to someone who helps the situation? Now that you know more about bullying what do you think you can do to make a difference at school? In which ways you could help someone who was being bullied?

6. 6. Homework

6.1. None

7. 7. Special Learner attention

7.1. None

8. 8. Self Reflection

8.1. 8.1 Achievements

8.1.1. Learners engaged

8.1.2. Lesson timeframe adequate

8.2. 8.2 Challenges

8.2.1. Managing group dynamics

8.2.2. Guiding groups through the task

8.2.3. Ensuring task is completed in time for discussion

8.3. 8.3 Improvements

8.3.1. Learners are more familiar with each other

8.3.2. Express opinions freely

8.3.3. Comfortable to speak about bullying