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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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.
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.
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.