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WHAT IS BULLYING?. WHAT IS BULLYING?. Bullying –The process of intimidating or mistreating somebody weaker or in a more vulnerable situation. . WHAT IS BULLYING?. Bullying –The process of intimidating or mistreating somebody weaker or in a more vulnerable situation. Bullying is illegal!.

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what is bullying1

WHAT IS BULLYING?

Bullying –The process of intimidating or mistreating somebody weaker or in a more vulnerable situation.

what is bullying2

WHAT IS BULLYING?

Bullying –The process of intimidating or mistreating somebody weaker or in a more vulnerable situation.

Bullying is illegal!

what is bullying3

WHAT IS BULLYING?

Bullying –The process of intimidating or mistreating somebody weaker or in a more vulnerable situation.

Bullying is illegal!

Battery: An intended and unconsenting contact with another person.

what is bullying4

WHAT IS BULLYING?

Bullying –The process of intimidating or mistreating somebody weaker or in a more vulnerable situation.

Bullying is illegal!

Battery: An intended and unconsenting contact with another person.

Assault: An act that causes another person to be in fear of a battery.

are you a bully1
ARE YOU A BULLY?
  • A bully is anyone that intimidates a weaker person using any of the following:
are you a bully2
ARE YOU A BULLY?
  • A bully is anyone that intimidates a weaker person using any of the following:
      • Advantage in physical strength;
are you a bully3
ARE YOU A BULLY?
  • A bully is anyone that intimidates a weaker person using any of the following:
      • Advantage in physical strength;
      • Advantage in age;
are you a bully4
ARE YOU A BULLY?
  • A bully is anyone that intimidates a weaker person using any of the following:
      • Advantage in physical strength;
      • Advantage in age;
      • Advantage in size;
are you a bully5
ARE YOU A BULLY?
  • A bully is anyone that intimidates a weaker person using any of the following:
      • Advantage in physical strength;
      • Advantage in age;
      • Advantage in size;
      • Advantage in ability;
are you a bully6
ARE YOU A BULLY?
  • A bully is anyone that intimidates a weaker person using any of the following:
      • Advantage in physical strength;
      • Advantage in age;
      • Advantage in size;
      • Advantage in ability;
      • Advantage in social status (more popular, more money); or
are you a bully7
ARE YOU A BULLY?
  • A bully is anyone that intimidates a weaker person using any of the following:
      • Advantage in physical strength;
      • Advantage in age;
      • Advantage in size;
      • Advantage in ability;
      • Advantage in social status (more popular, more money); or
      • Advantage in numbers (group of people).
are you a bully8
ARE YOU A BULLY?
  • A bully is anyone who harasses or teases another person about:
are you a bully9
ARE YOU A BULLY?
  • A bully is anyone who harasses or teases another person about:
      • Sensitive issues:
          • Appearance;
          • Clothes;
          • Finances;
          • Height;
          • Weight;
          • Race;
          • Sexuality;
          • Family; or
          • Religion.
what are the forms of bullying1
WHAT ARE THE FORMS OF BULLYING?
  • Verbal (teasing, insults, put-downs).
what are the forms of bullying2
WHAT ARE THE FORMS OF BULLYING?
  • Verbal (teasing, insults, put-downs).
  • Physical (shoving, pushing, hitting, assault).
what are the forms of bullying3
WHAT ARE THE FORMS OF BULLYING?
  • Verbal (teasing, insults, put-downs).
  • Physical (shoving, pushing, hitting, assault).
  • Psychological (“dirty looks,” uttering threats).
what are the forms of bullying4
WHAT ARE THE FORMS OF BULLYING?
  • Verbal (teasing, insults, put-downs).
  • Physical (shoving, pushing, hitting, assault).
  • Psychological (“dirty looks,” uttering threats).
  • Indirect (behind someone’s back).
what are the forms of bullying5
WHAT ARE THE FORMS OF BULLYING?
  • Verbal (teasing, insults, put-downs).
  • Physical (shoving, pushing, hitting, assault).
  • Psychological (“dirty looks,” uttering threats).
  • Indirect (behind someone’s back).
  • Gossip.
what are the forms of bullying6
WHAT ARE THE FORMS OF BULLYING?
  • Verbal (teasing, insults, put-downs).
  • Physical (shoving, pushing, hitting, assault).
  • Psychological (“dirty looks,” uttering threats).
  • Indirect (behind someone’s back).
  • Gossip.
  • Leaving out, excluding someone.
what are the forms of bullying7
WHAT ARE THE FORMS OF BULLYING?
  • Verbal (teasing, insults, put-downs).
  • Physical (shoving, pushing, hitting, assault).
  • Psychological (“dirty looks,” uttering threats).
  • Indirect (behind someone’s back).
  • Gossip.
  • Leaving out, excluding someone.
  • Social aggression (picking on someone).
what are the forms of bullying8
WHAT ARE THE FORMS OF BULLYING?
  • Verbal (teasing, insults, put-downs).
  • Physical (shoving, pushing, hitting, assault).
  • Psychological (“dirty looks,” uttering threats).
  • Indirect (behind someone’s back).
  • Gossip.
  • Leaving out, excluding someone.
  • Social aggression (picking on someone).
  • Cyberbullying (facebook, texts, email, phone).
what are the results of bullying2
WHAT ARE THE RESULTS OF BULLYING?
  • Victims may feel:
      • Angry,
what are the results of bullying3
WHAT ARE THE RESULTS OF BULLYING?
  • Victims may feel:
      • Angry,
      • Upset,
what are the results of bullying4
WHAT ARE THE RESULTS OF BULLYING?
  • Victims may feel:
      • Angry,
      • Upset,
      • Afraid,
what are the results of bullying5
WHAT ARE THE RESULTS OF BULLYING?
  • Victims may feel:
      • Angry,
      • Upset,
      • Afraid,
      • Sad,
what are the results of bullying6
WHAT ARE THE RESULTS OF BULLYING?
  • Victims may feel:
      • Angry,
      • Upset,
      • Afraid,
      • Sad,
      • Embarrassed,
what are the results of bullying7
WHAT ARE THE RESULTS OF BULLYING?
  • Victims may feel:
      • Angry,
      • Upset,
      • Afraid,
      • Sad,
      • Embarrassed,
      • Ashamed,
what are the results of bullying8
WHAT ARE THE RESULTS OF BULLYING?
  • Victims may feel:
      • Angry,
      • Upset,
      • Afraid,
      • Sad,
      • Embarrassed,
      • Ashamed, or
      • Unsafe.
what are the results of bullying9
WHAT ARE THE RESULTS OF BULLYING?
  • Victims may feel:
      • Angry,
      • Upset,
      • Afraid,
      • Sad,
      • Embarrassed,
      • Ashamed, or
      • Unsafe.
  • Several recent SUICIDES are linked to bullying!
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WHAT ARE THE RESULTS OF BULLYING?

SUICIDE IN NORTHHAMPTON:

Phoebe Prince's family had moved recently to Massachusetts from a small town in Ireland. She entered high school last fall. She hanged herself from a stairwell in her home in January after being subjected to verbal assault and threats of physical harm. Some harassment occurred online on Facebook, in text messages and in other high-tech forms classmates say the taunting started when the 15-year-old freshman had a brief relationship with a popular senior boy. Some students reportedly called her an "Irish slut,“ knocked books out of her hands and sent her threatening text messages, day after day.

what are the results of bullying10
WHAT ARE THE RESULTS OF BULLYING?
  • Victims may feel:
      • Angry,
      • Upset,
      • Afraid,
      • Sad,
      • Embarrassed,
      • Ashamed, or
      • Unsafe.
  • Several recent SUICIDES are linked to bullying!
  • Several SCHOOL SHOOTINGS are linked to bullying!
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WHAT ARE THE RESULTS OF BULLYING?

SCHOOL SHOOTINGS

BLACKSBURG, Va. - Long before he killed 32 people in the

worst mass shooting in U.S. history, Seung-Hui Cho was bullied

by fellow high school students who mocked his shyness and the

strange way he talked, former classmates said.

who gets bullied1
WHO GETS BULLIED?
  • 50% of children are bullied
        • American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry.
  • l0% are bullied on a regular basis
        • American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry.
how do you stop bullying1
HOW DO YOU STOP BULLYING?
  • For victims of bullying:
how do you stop bullying2
HOW DO YOU STOP BULLYING?
  • For victims of bullying:
      • You are not to blame.
how do you stop bullying3
HOW DO YOU STOP BULLYING?
  • For victims of bullying:
      • You are not to blame.
      • Bullying victim shouldn’t fight back – seek help from an adult.
how do you stop bullying4
HOW DO YOU STOP BULLYING?
  • For victims of bullying:
      • You are not to blame.
      • Bullying victim shouldn’t fight back – seek help from an adult.
      • Remember, you can only control your own actions.
how do you stop bullying5
HOW DO YOU STOP BULLYING?
  • For victims of bullying:
      • You are not to blame.
      • Bullying victim shouldn’t fight back – seek help from an adult.
      • Remember, you can only control your own actions.
      • Believe in the GOOD in yourself.
how do you stop bullying6
HOW DO YOU STOP BULLYING?
  • If you are a bully:
how do you stop bullying7
HOW DO YOU STOP BULLYING?
  • If you are a bully:
      • Bullying is not an effective way of gaining other’s respect.
how do you stop bullying8
HOW DO YOU STOP BULLYING?
  • If you are a bully:
      • Bullying is not an effective way of gaining other’s respect.
      • People don’t really like a bully.
how do you stop bullying9
HOW DO YOU STOP BULLYING?
  • If you are a bully:
      • Bullying is not an effective way of gaining other’s respect.
      • People don’t really like a bully.
      • Remember how you feel when someone bullied you.
how do you stop bullying10
HOW DO YOU STOP BULLYING?
  • If you are a bully:
      • Bullying is not an effective way of gaining other’s respect.
      • People don’t really like a bully.
      • Remember how you feel when someone bullied you.
      • If you want to do great things in life, you need other’s help…
famous bullies
FAMOUS BULLIES
  • How did their life turn out?
famous bullies1
FAMOUS BULLIES
  • How did their life turn out?
      • Adolf Hitler.
famous bullies2
FAMOUS BULLIES
  • How did their life turn out?
      • Adolf Hitler.
      • Mike Tyson
famous bullies3
FAMOUS BULLIES
  • How did their life turn out?
      • Adolf Hitler.
      • Mike Tyson
      • Mean Girls
famous bullies4
FAMOUS BULLIES
  • How did their life turn out?
      • Adolf Hitler.
      • Mike Tyson
      • Mean Girls
      • Saddam Hussein