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category:What is a bully?

Bullying is an aggressive behavior that involves a/an _____ of power.
imbalance
category:What is a bully?

Bullying can be when someone is _____ from a group.
excluded
category:What is a bully?

Bullying can be when someone sends mean _____.
emails or notes
category:What is a bully?

Bullying can be physical abuse like _____.
hitting, kicking
category:What is a bully?

Bullying can be emotional abuse like _____.
teasing, name calling
category: The Victim

Victims of bullying tend to have a low _____ _____
self esteem
category: The Victim

Victims of bullying tend to think more about _____ than those who aren't bullied.
suicide
category: The Victim

Where are victims bullied most often?
school grounds
category: The Victim

Where at school do victims tend to be bullied most often?
playgrounds, cafeteria, bathrooms, hallways, and even classrooms
category: The Victim

What percent of bully victims talk to an adult?
25-50%
category: The Victim

Which group of school children tend to be at a higher risk for being bullied?
special needs students
category: The Bully

Children who bully tend to have average or aboveaverage ____ ____.
self esteem
category: The Bully

Children who bully tend to have difficulty conforming to ____.
rules
category: The Bully

Children who bully tend to get into frequent ____.
fights
category: The Bully

Children who bully tend to tell others they own a ____ to gain respect or frighten others.
gun
category:What is a bully?

Bullying is an aggressive behavior that involves a/an _____ of power.
imbalance
category:What is a bully?

Bullying can be when someone is _____ from a group.
excluded
category:What is a bully?

Bullying can be when someone sends mean _____.
emails or notes
category:What is a bully?

Bullying can be physical abuse like _____.
hitting, kicking
category:What is a bully?

Bullying can be emotional abuse like _____.
teasing, name calling
category: The Victim

Victims of bullying tend to have a low _____ _____
self esteem
category: The Victim

Victims of bullying tend to think more about _____ than those who aren't bullied.
suicide
category: The Victim

Where are victims bullied most often?
school grounds
category: The Victim

Where at school do victims tend to be bullied most often?
playgrounds, cafeteria, bathrooms, hallways, and even classrooms
category: The Victim

What percent of bully victims talk to an adult?
25-50%
category: The Victim

Which group of school children tend to be at a higher risk for being bullied?
special needs students
category: The Bully

Children who bully tend to have average or aboveaverage ____ ____.
self esteem
category: The Bully

Children who bully tend to have difficulty conforming to ____.
rules
category: The Bully

Children who bully tend to get into frequent ____.
fights
category: The Bully

Children who bully tend to tell others they own a ____ to gain respect or frighten others.
gun
category: The Bully

Children who bully tend to lack ____ from parents.
supervision
category: The Bully

Children who bully tend to live in homes with harsh ____ discipline.
physical
category: The Bully

Children who bully generally have more _____ skills than their victims.
leadership
category: True or False

Most bullying is physical.
False.
Most bullying is verbal. (name calling, rumor spreading, etc.)
category: True or False

Bullying is the same thing as conflict.
False.
Bullying is an imbalance of power or strength. Often bullying is repeated over time.
category: True or False

One common bullying tactic is through social isolation.
True.
(The victim is shunned or left out on purpose.)
category: True or False

Victims of bullying have higher absenteeism rates.
True.
category: True or False

Bullying mostly occurs in urban schools.
False.
(Bullying occurs in rural, suburban, and urban school, and in all socio economic groups.)
category: True or False

Bullied kids need to learn how to deal with bullying on their own.
False.
(Many students don't have the confidence to deal with bullies alone. Adults and witnesses also play a big part.)
category: What should a victim do if they're bullied?

Who should a victim at school tell?
teacher, principal, counselor
(Telling is NOT tattling!)
category: What should a victim do if they're bullied?

When a bully confronts a victim, the victim shoul try not to show ___.
anger or fear
category: What should a victim do if they're bullied?

One strategy a victim might use it to calmly tell the bully to ____.
STOP
category: What should a victim do if they're bullied?

Where should a victim who rides the bus sit?
in the front
category: What should a victim do if they're bullied?

A person who is bullied should not bring ____ ____ to school.
expensive items
category: What should a victim do if they're bullied?

A person who is being bullied should walk away and go stand by ___ ___ ___ ___
a group of friends/people
category: How can students help?

A witness should tell a/an ____ if they see bullying going on.
adult
category: How can students help?

A witness should calmly tell the bully to ____.
STOP
category: How can students help?

A witness shouldn't make things worse by ____ back to the bully.
bullying; talking; fighting
category: How can students help?

A witness should try to convince the victim to ____ ____ ____.
tell an adult
category: How can students help?

A witness should try to convince the victim to ___ away from the bully.
walk
category: How can adults help?

The first thing an adult should do if they see or hear bullying is...
stop the bullying immediately!
(stand between them, preferably blocking eye contact)
category: How can adults help?

Let the bully know that what they did was ___ and against the school rules.
unacceptable/wrong
(The first consequence for a bully is a verbal reprimand.)
category: How can adults help?

Name one thing the teacher/staff member after discussing the bullying with all parties involved?
Fill out a "Bully incident report", make contact with the parent, and give the completed report to the classroom teacher.
category: How can adults help?

Name one consequence an adult at Noble Prentis needs to oversee for the second offense?
a loss of a privilege, a think sheet, a letter of apology
category: How can adults help?

Name one consequence an adult at Noble Prentis needs to oversee for the 3rd offense?
a detention and a think sheet/action plan
category: How can adults help?

Name one consequence an adult at Noble Prentis needs to oversee for 4 or more offenses?
write up an office referral
(This could result in a double detention or 1/2 day of out of school suspension.)