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 that can be easily adapted to younger or older students.
Classroom Guidance Lesson by ©The Guidance Alliance
Grade Levels: 3-5
Teaching Duration: 30 minutes
Essential Question: How can students safely stand up for others who are being treated unkindly by their peers?
Objectives: Students will be able to explain the difference between an upstander and a bystander; identify specific upstander skills; utilize specific upstander skills designed to allow for safe intervention in bullying and peer mistreatment situation
WHAT'S INCLUDED: Lesson Plan, Student Handout, Scenario/Role-Playing Skits, and Promise Chain Cut-Out Slips
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