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 the differences between bystanders and upstanders and what they should do if they see someone being bullied. Then, students get the chance to move by hearing different bullying situations and they move to a different corner of the room, based on what they would do. Finally, students answer reflection questions about the activity and create a class pledge to stand up to bullying.
Included in this pack:
*1 PowerPoint on Bystanders and Upstanders
*1 ASCA-aligned lesson plan
*6 Situation Cards
*1 Situation Reflection Worksheet
*1 Class Pledge Sign
*4 Corner Activity Signs
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