BEING AN UPSTANDER vs. BYSTANDER! Having students who are struggling to resolve conflict? Too many students watching mean moments or bullying happen? This is a fun, interactive lesson that will make students feel empowered to make a change at their school. This is a 30-minute lesson for grades 3-5 t
This Learning for Justice aligned lesson is about understanding how to take action and be an upstander. It focuses on what to say when you see or hear unfair treatment, practicing being an upstander, and identifying how to make the classroom and school welcoming and safe for all.The lesson includes
What happens when an UPSTANDER steps up to help when a friend is being bullied?In this story a child is being threatened on the playground. An upstander intervenes resulting in a safer playground where everyone gets along. What's special about this story is that it was written by Miss Jones' first g
An acceptance, inclusion, & diversity lesson using the story, Say Something, by Peter H. Reynolds. Includes materials list, discussion questions, and activity.Lesson can be used for in-person and virtual learning!
How can students safely stand up for others who are being treated unkindly by their peers?
Students will learn the difference between an upstander and a bystander, participate in a survey to help eliminate misconceptions that could prevent upstander behavior, learn safe
What is a bystander? What is an upstander? What should I do if I witness bullying? This activity answers those questions for students and puts them in real life situations to decide what they would do if they witnessed bullying.
The activity has an introduction PowerPoint where students learn th
In this lesson, there are many options for responding to bullying that are more covert and subtle. Some students choose to do nothing as opposed to standing up to a person showing bullying behavior. This is hard for kids who are afraid of retaliation and being harmed. These strategies help many d
Whether you’ve tried to engage in civil discourse using effective communication skills and the situation has escalated – or you’ve encountered a situation of incivility as an outsider - a disagreement has turned into name-calling and/or fear or threats of violence. Perhaps a person is being harassed
Using this READY TO USE (NO PREP) presentation for your guidance lesson, you can easily help students to determine whether it is bullying or a conflict, identify the different types of bullying, what to do in the event that they or someone else is bullied, and the role of a bystander VS a witness.
This is a 27-slide READY-TO-USE LESSON (no prep required) that covers the topics of BULLYING PREVENTION, UP-STANDERS, IDENTIFYING BULLYING BEHAVIORS, COMPONENTS OF BULLYING BEHAVIORS, REACTING TO BULLYING. This is appropriate for use with both large groups and small groups or as an individual interv
This 17 slide READY-TO-USE LESSON (no prep) PowerPoint presentation lesson covers the topic of BULLYING PREVENTION and HOW TO RESPOND / STOP IT. Included are links to 5 videos to support the information you are presenting and scenarios to practice these techniques. Also, a video lesson introductio
This resource is an interactive slideshow presentation that focuses on the concept of Digital Citizenship in the classroom. Within the slideshow there are 19 interactive Google Slides that students will navigate through while enhancing their knowledge of critical 21st century concepts and skills. Th
Bully Proof BINGO lets students learn about being an Upstander and making their school and community bully proof with this fun BINGO Game.
29 game boards
35 bullying situations calling cards
a separate listing of all the bullying situations to further facil
Teaching students about the bystander effect is an IMPERATIVE part of any anti-bullying curriculum. Students need to understand the science behind being a bystander if they are going to be an "upstander."This NO PREP, print and go activity aligns with the video The Bystander Effect: The Science of E
The Juice Box Bully is an excellent book that addressing bullying and being an upstander. The activities in this unit supplement the book, focusing on the sequence of events, role playing, journal reflection, and creating a comic strip.________________________________________________________________
This FREE mini-unit focuses on developing skills and strategies for being an upstander to bullying in both face-to-face and online situations. Students will learn how to use empathy for motivation to intervene in bullying situations, determine whether or not it is safe to intervene, and apply simple
Show your 8th Graders how to stand up to hateful speech by being an upstander using the computer via Google Slides. This lesson is based on the standards and guidelines set by Common Sense Media. You can either do this through the teacher's copy or through Google Classroom as an assignment if your l
In this 25 playing card deck, students will learn about the differences between being an upstander and a bystander. An upstander helps to stop bullying and a bystander does nothing to help stop it. Students will learn this in this deck. This is a great lesson to follow a bullying lesson or lesson
In this no prep PowerPoint lesson, students will learn about the different levels of being an upstander. Many students choose to do nothing because they do not feel like confronting the person doing the bullying. However, when students know they can really help make a difference even by doing some
This product includes one 30 minute lesson that reviews bullying and teaches strategies for being an upstander instead of bystander. It is engaging, easy to follow, and involves no prep! This would fit perfectly into a bullying/bully prevention unit. This lesson is geared toward students in grades 3
The Weird Game Show is an interactive, quiz-show style book study lesson about bullying, bystanders, being an upstander, and bravery. Based on Erin Frankel's book, Weird.Now includes both Google Slides™ and Power Point Presentation files, which allows you to use for SEL distance learning, teletherap
The Dare Game Show is an interactive, quiz-show style book study lesson about bullying, bystanders, being an upstander, and bravery Based on Erin Frankel's book, "Dare". Now includes both Google Slides™ and Power Point Presentation files, which allows you to use for SEL distance learning, telethera
The Touch Game Show is an interactive, quiz-show style book study lesson about bullying, bystanders, being an upstander, and bravery. Based on Erin Frankel's book, "Tough".Now includes both Google Slides™ and Power Point Presentation files, which allows you to use for SEL distance learning, telether