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How to help a classmate in need. An interactive guide for grade 8 students to understand how to respond to classmates being bullied. Click here to begin your journey. Scenario. You are in the playground and you see a classmate being pushed around by a group of students – what do you do?.

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how to help a classmate in need

How to help a classmate in need

An interactive guide for grade 8 students to understand how to respond to classmates being bullied

Click here to begin your journey

scenario
Scenario
  • You are in the playground and you see a classmate being pushed around by a group of students – what do you do?

Ignore the behaviour and carry on as normal

Acknowledge that you have seen this behaviour

wrong decision
Wrong Decision!
  • You are not helping anyone by ignoring the situation, re-think your actions in order to assist in stopping the bullying behaviour and helping a classmate in need.

Go back to correct your decision

great work
Great work!
  • You have taken the first step to assisting the student in need. After acknowledging bullying what would you do next?

Report bullying to an adult

Join in on bullying

Physically stop the bully yourself

Watch and laugh

good work you reported the incident to an adult but what next
Good work, you reported the incident to an adult but what next?
  • By telling an adult (teacher, counselor, principal etc) about the bullying you are assisting the victim as the bully will be dealt with accordingly. Importantly, you are looking out for your own safety whilst helping a classmate in need.
  • After telling an adult about the incident what would you do after the situation had been defused?

Congratulate the bully on their behaviour

See how your classmate (victim) is coping

Take matters into your own hands with the bully

Tell everyone about the incident

wrong decision1
Wrong Decision!
  • You are not helping anyone by being a bystander to the situation, re-think your actions in order to assist in stopping the bullying behaviour and helping a classmate in need.

Go back to correct your decision

wrong decision2
Wrong Decision!
  • Even though you may think this is helping, by interfering you are putting yourself in danger. You should reconsider your options in order to assist in stopping the bullying behaviour and helping a classmate in need.

Go back to correct your decision

wrong decision3
Wrong Decision!
  • You are now part of the problem by becoming involved in the bullying behaviour. Re-think your actions in order to assist in stopping the bullying behaviour and helping a classmate in need.

Go back to correct your decision

wrong decision4
Wrong Decision!
  • You are becoming part of the problem by encouraging negative behaviour by congratulating the bully. Re-think your actions with the aim of helping a classmate in need.

Go back to correct your decision

wrong decision5
Wrong Decision!
  • You are becoming part of the problem by encouraging negative behaviour through telling everyone about the incident. Re-think your actions with the aim of helping a friend in need.

Go back to correct your decision

fantastic work
Fantastic Work!
  • This is the correct thing to do . Making sure that the your classmate (victim) is coping okay and to support them in a time when they are in need of help is very important
  • As well as talking your classmate and checking that they are okay what else can you do to stop bullying in the future?

Ignore the student (victim) because you fear you may be bullied if you befriend them

Involve the student in your friendship group

wrong decision6
Wrong Decision!
  • By taking matters into your own hands with the bully, you may endanger not only yourself but other students within the school. You should leave the discipline of the bully to the teachers. Re-think your actions in order to assist a classmate in need.

Go back to correct your decision

excellent work
Excellent Work!
  • By including your classmate who has been bullied you are reducing the chances of them being bullied in the future as people are more likely to be bullied if they are alone.

Click to review what you have learnt

wrong decision7
Wrong Decision!
  • By leaving the students alone they are more likely to get targeted and bullied in the future. This is not the best solution to reduce future bulling, re-think your choice.

Go back to correct your decision

congratulations you have successfully helped your classmate in need
Congratulations you have successfully helped your classmate in need 
  • You have learnt how to help a classmate who is being bullied in the following ways:
    • Acknowledge bullying
    • Report bulling to an adult
    • Support your classmate who has been victimized by asking them how they are coping
    • Offer the victimized classmate to be your friend – which reduces the chances of them being bullied in the future

Click to view sources used to create this presentations

references
References

Bullying. (2009). Retrieved from http://kidshealth.org/teen/expert/friends/expert_bullying.html

Expert answers on….(2009). Retrieved from http://www.girlshealth.gov/bullying/stopping/seeing.cfm

Stop bullying. Retrieved April 26, 2013, fromhttp://library.thinkquest.org/07aug/00117/bullying.html

The final step…

the journey continues with you
The journey continues with you…
  • Now that you know how to help a classmate in need, take what you have learnt to assist others and be a responsible and respectable student.
  • Good luck, you can do it! 