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Be Upstanding. Cyberbullying. Warm-up. What does it mean to be kind ? How do you think being kind can make a difference?. Definitions. Bystander – someone who sees cyberbullying happening, but does nothing to help

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Be upstanding

Be Upstanding

Cyberbullying


Warm up

Warm-up

  • What does it mean to be kind?

  • How do you think being kind can make a difference?


Definitions

Definitions

  • Bystander – someone who sees cyberbullying happening, but does nothing to help

  • Upstander – an ally; someone who is not directly involved in the cyberbullying incident, but who steps in to help anyway because they empathize with the target of the bullying

  • Empathize – to imagine the feelings that someone else is experiencing


Kevin jose

Kevin & Jose

  • Read the story about Kevin and Jose

  • Create a Cyberbullying Map

    • Show all of the players in this situation (bully/bullies, target, bystanders)

    • To represent people, you can use circles, a labeled web, stick figures


Questions

Questions

  • Who are the bystanders?

  • What would you do if you were a bystander?

  • What could you say to Jose if you wanted him to stop?

  • What would you say to Kevin or do for him to show your support for him?

  • What could you say to the other kids at school who viewed the video and left cruel comments?

  • How could you have involved a trusted adult?


Don t be a bystander

Don’t be a bystander!

  • In this true story, many people contributed to the cyberbullying. But there were many more kids who knew about the situation, but chose not to get involved. Kids who are not cyberbullying but who see, hear, or know about it are called bystanders. In this situation, kids in school who witnessed the abuse and kids online who viewed the video were bystanders.


Be an upstander

Be an upstander!

  • The people who posted cruel comments were just as guilty of being bullies as the boys who originally uploaded the video

  • Trusted adults can help, and they can keep you anonymous

    • Ask a guidance counselor to talk to the target

    • Ask a technology teacher to investigate whether it would be possible to remove the video from the site

    • Ask a school principal to enforce school bullying rules


What s the message

What’s the message?

  • Check out this short PSA from MTV’s AThinLine.org


Wrap up

Wrap-up

  • How can we encourage kindness to stop the “Jose’s” of the world?


Your assignment options

Your Assignment Options

  • Option 1: The PSA

    • PSAs (Public Service Announcements) are messages in the public interest that are meant to help raise awareness or change attitudes about a particular social issue. These campaigns, popular since World War II, tend to be short, multimedia messages.

    • Working in groups of 4-6 and using the iPads, create a PSA encouraging kindness on campus in 45 seconds or less.


Your assignment options1

Your Assignment Options

  • Option 2: The Google Slide

    • What does it mean to be an upstander?Think of a person who is an upstander. This can be a leader from modern or historical times, a personal acquaintance you know, or even yourself.

    • On your own using the Netbooks, create a Google Slide, also known as a “One-Slider Story” or a “One-Slider.”

    • On your “One-Slider,” illustrate how and why this person is an upstander.  Include an image and caption to demonstrate how this person has inspired you to take action against bullying.

    • You may create or find an image to illustrate your "One-Slider." Your caption is limited to 140 characters. "One-Sliders" should include a citation if the image used is not your own.


Your assignment options2

Your Assignment Options

  • Option 3: The Paper Slide

    • Create a poster that encourages kindness on campus by showing someone from history who made a difference with their kindness. This can be a leader from modern or historical times, a personal acquaintance you know, or even yourself.

    • On your own using paper, create a paper slide that illustrates how and why this person is an upstander.  Include an image and caption to demonstrate how this person has inspired you to take action against bullying.

    • You must create an image to illustrate your paper slide. Your caption is limited to 140 characters.


Due date

Due Date

  • All assignments are due Friday, 1/10

  • All assignments must be presented

    • If you have a video, I will hook up your iPad to the projector and play it (NOTE YOUR iPAD #!).

    • If you have a Google slide, you will pull it up on the computer and present it (NOTE YOUR NETBOOK #!).

    • If you have a paper slide, you will put it on the overhead and present it.


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