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OBJECTIVE…. To use media clips, case studies, biblical quotes, and skills in comprehension to understand Christian attitudes to bullying. . OUTCOMES…. Grade C All will be able to outline Christian attitudes to bullying by finding FOUR key POINTS . Grade B

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OBJECTIVE…

To use media clips, case studies, biblical quotes, and skills in comprehension to understand Christian attitudes to bullying.

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OUTCOMES…

Grade C

All will be able to outlineChristian attitudes to bullying by finding FOUR key POINTS.

Grade B

  • Most will be able to explain the meaning of biblical quotes relating to bullying and use these in an exam answer.
  • Grade A/A*
  • Some will be able to expressan opinion on how Christians should treat bullies and those that are bullied.

Your GOALS for

the end of

this lesson are…

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Who or what is to blame for Amanda's situation?

(Herself, friends, peers, the person who stalked her online, the internet, Facebook, the police, the boy who slept with her, bystanders, teachers, her parents, other…)

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The mother of Amanda Todd has revealed the full harrowing details of the shocking cyber bullying campaign which drove her 15-year-old daughter to suicide.

Amanda was found hanged in her home in Port Coquitlam, British Columbia, Canada, on Wednesday just weeks after she posted a harrowing video on YouTube telling of her battle with internet bullies.

Now her teacher mum Carol Todd has spoken of the online harassment, the alleged taunts at school and the stalking campaign by a suspected paedophile which drove Amanda to hang herself a week before her 16th birthday.

“I have lost one child, but know she wanted her story to save 1,000 more,” Ms Todd told the Vancouver Sun. “Amanda wanted to tell her story to help other kids.

"I want to tell my story to help parents, so they can be aware, so they can teach their kids what is right and wrong and how to be safe online.”

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So what is bullying?…

Think about the clip you have just seen, think about the song that was playing in the background, think about last lesson...

What is bullying?

Now imagine this has to be condensed for the exam and it is an (A) QUESTION... Complete PAGE 83 QUESTION 1 of your REVISION WORKBOOK.

The exam board say bullying is...

(mark your own in GREEN PEN)

Intimidating/frightening people weaker than yourself.

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What do Christians think?…

Christians, like all other people, teach that bullying wrong. Christians believe that people who are being bullied should be helped and protected. Christians also believe that those who are bullies also need help to find out why they bully and how to stop.

Bullying causes all kinds of problems in society, but more specifically to the individual. Christianity teaches that bullying is wrong because it is discrimination and Jesus showed discrimination is wrong. Bullying can harm people and Christians should not harm others. They will be judged by God by the way they treat others.

Read the paragraph in your WORKBOOKS and HIGHLIGHTFOUR CLEAR POINTS that OUTLINE Christian attitudes to bullying.

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OUTCOMES…

Grade C

All will be able to outlineChristian attitudes to bullying by finding FOUR key POINTS.

Did YOU achieve

YOUR goal?…

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What do I say in the BIBLE?

Read the BIBLE QUOTES you have been given – EXPLAIN what they are saying in relation to Christian attitudes to bullying.

EXTENSION – Have I missed any quotes? – Can you think of any additional quotes we have used in other lessons that could fit here?

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If you feel like a challenge – complete WITHOUT NOTES or pit yourself against the 8 minute clock.

http://www.online-stopwatch.com/

Make a note of your time in the margin.

Using your notes from today complete PAGE 83 QUESTION 2 of your REVISION WORKBOOK

Now SWAP and PEER MARK each others work.

REMEMBER mark on those P’s and E’s and KW’s and Q’s.

Give them a mark out of 8 and a clear TARGET.

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OUTCOMES…

  • Grade B
  • Most will be able to explain the meaning of biblical quotes relating to bullying and use these in an exam answer.

Did YOU achieve

YOUR goal?…

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Advice for a victim…

What advice would give to a victim of bullying?

Do you think a Christian would give any additional advice?

Look at the following pictures carefully – What advice is being given?

Pair

Share

Think

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PRAYER

  • Asking God for encouragement and protection particularly to overcome feelings of fear.
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God is with you

Know that God will never abandon you, even if others have.

http www truetube co uk relationships bullying taking back control
http://www.truetube.co.uk/relationships/bullying/taking-back-controlhttp://www.truetube.co.uk/relationships/bullying/taking-back-control

What do you think?…

Do you think the additional Christian advice on bullying would have helped in this situation?

Explain your views

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“Everything she said in the video happened over the past two years,” said Ms Todd. “It was horrendous. I think about it now and I think, ‘Oh my God. How did she survive this long with the pain?’ ”

Think back to the starter and the work we have done in this and previous lessons...

DO YOU THINK A CHRISTIAN MUST SHOW LOVE TO A BULLY?

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OUTCOMES…

  • Grade A/A*
  • Some will be able to express an opinion on how Christians should treat bullies and those that are bullied.

Did YOU achieve

YOUR goal?…

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PLENARY…

You will be hot seated at random to answer the following questions…

Give 2 effects of bullying

How would a Christian advise a victim of bullying?

What is bullying?

Give ONE Christian view on bullying

Give ONE Christian view on bullying

Give ONE Christian view on bullying