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Bullying and unhappiness Task Procedure Evaluation conclusion Teacher’s Page INTRODUCTION
Introduction • Have you ever been pushed? Have you ever pushed someone? • Have you ever been called a name? Have you ever called someone a name? • Has anyone ever made you cry? Have you ever made someone cry? • Have you ever felt alone? Have you ever excluded someone? • …you might have been a ...you may have been a bully… • victim of bullying…
Tasks • YOUR TASKS: • Using the websites provided, investigate the effects bullying has on a person. • 2. With the two stories provided, describe how each person was bullied, how they handled it, and how it changed their lives. • 3. Determine whether you have been bullied or are a bully, based on your observations.
Procedure • Steps to accomplishing your first task: • Access the Internet Explorer and access the website here. Read the first page and discuss in a few sentences the differences between how the victims of bullying are effected and how the bullies are effected. : 2 For more information on why some bullies are bullies read this article. Steps for Task 2: • Read Sarah’s Story here. Read ALL three pages and answer the questions in task 2 of your task page. • Read Kristy’s Story here. Read the whole story and answer the question in task 2 of your task page. • Compare both stories and note the differences between the way the victims’ handled their situations. Steps for Task 3: • Take the Are You a Bully? Quiz! Take it at this web address: 2. Write your answers on a sheet of paper and turn them in at the end of this web quest.
Conclusion • NOW THAT YOU KNOW WHAT BULLYING IS YOU SHOULD: • KNOW HOW TO STOP BULLYING OR GET HELP IF NEEDED! • TREAT EVERYONE THE WAY YOU WOULD LIKE TO BE TREATED! • EVERYONE SHOULD PLAY TOGETHER, NO MATTER HOW DIFFERENT YOU MIGHT BE FROM ONE ANOTHER! • SMILE AND SAY HELLO TO THREE PEOPLE YOU DON’T KNOW EVERY DAY!
Teacher’s page • OBJECTIVES: • Students will be able to compare and contrast the different characteristics of a bully and a victim of bullying. • Students will be able to categorize themselves as a bully, a victim, or neither. • Students will be able to devise a plan on how to stop bullying. • CREATED BY LAUREN PERRETTI AND DANA ROTTET
CRAP Test • Website 1: C: No it is original. Yes, it was reviewed in Oct 2010. Yes the links are active. • R: Yes. • A: Yes TeensHealth. Yes there is a link for the name. Yes, she had a PhD. • P: Nemours. No. No it is all facts. No there are advertisements on the one side. • Website 2: C- No. Yes Oct 28, 2008. Yes the links are active. • R: Yes it is a personal story. • A: Yes it is Helium. Yes. Yes. • P: Helium. Yes they decide what stories go up on the website. No, it’s all personal stories. No. • Website 3: C: No. Yes April 28, 2008. Yes the links are active. • R: Yes it is a personal story. • A: Yes it is Helium. Yes. Yes. • P: Helium. Yes they decide what stories go up on the website. No, it’s all personal stories. No. • Website 4: C. Yes, it is a website and we made it a document. Yes, March 3 2012. Yes • R: Yes it’s a personal story. • A: Yes, Alan Eisenburg. Yes you can email your story. Yes he puts the stories on the website. • P: Yes, bullying hotline. No. No it’s personal stories. Yes. • Website 5 C: No it’s original. No. Yes. • R: Yes. • A: Yes. Yes. No. Yes.