Bullying or Just Mean?

Bullying or Just Mean?
Bullying or Just Mean?
Bullying or Just Mean?
Bullying or Just Mean?
Bullying or Just Mean?
Bullying or Just Mean?
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4 excellent activities ready to print. Explains the difference between being mean and bullying. Perfect for an introduction to the topic for younger years but also a good revision tool for older students. Children can practise reading, explaining, interpreting, predicting and participating in discussions.

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Activity One: Children read simple definitions of being mean and bullying and then must explain the difference between the two things to 3 people and listen to 3 people explain it to them. An excellent strategy for consolidating concepts.

Activity Two: Children read through the statements with a partner (or individually if preferred), discuss and then decide which statements demonstrate bullying.

Activity Three: Multiple Choice – children read 3 different scenarios and choose the best way to react from the responses given. Great for generating discussion around the topic.

Activity Four: What if?... This activity uses the scenarios from Activity Three and children predict what might happen if they chose a different reaction.

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4 pages
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