Do your students tend to think every conflict is bullying? Do they often mistake someone being mean for bullying? This PowerPoint helps teach students the difference between normal conflict and actual bullying.
The definition I've chosen for bullying in this PowerPoint is:
Someone who purposely hurts someone else, over and over, and the person being bullied feels powerless, like there's nothing they can do to stop it.
Overview of PowerPoint:
•Begins by explaining that not all problems and conflicts are bullying.
•Students learn definition of bullying with visuals to explain what imbalance of power means.
•Explains different types of bullying: physical, social, verbal, and cyber.
•Gives examples of things that typically aren't bullying (arguments, unfair situations, mean moments)
•Ends with students using their knowledge to determine if certain situations are bullying or not.
Includes Mac compatible version! (You will still need Microsoft PowerPoint)
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Note to Teachers:
I have used the word "they" as a gender neutral pronoun throughout the PowerPoints. It helps the lesson flow better than using "his or her" and seems to work for better for young children.