This resource will quickly become a valued program in your student support toolkit! This non-editable PowerPoint program discusses the differences between snitching and reporting, bullying and conflict vs. accidents or misunderstandings.
The focus of this program is to educate students to understand that many of the issues they report as bullying are actually cases of conflict/ and accidents or misunderstandings and to offer students strategies to handle these issues. This program can be used individually (print out a copy to review with the student), in small groups or in classroom lessons (by using technology, you can display this program for everyone to see at once).
Provided in this presentation is:
1) A definition for tattling and examples (with brief reminders with how to respond)
2) A definition for reporting, examples (with brief reminders with how to respond)
3) Definitions for conflict, accidents or misunderstandings, examples and what to do about it (freeze, ignore, give a message, talk about it, problem solving wheel (12 options students can use to try to solve problems on their own)
4) A THINK (before your speak) visual for your classroom or office
5) Also included is the notes section of the PowerPoint for additional points to make for your intended audience.
Are you looking for more problem solving resources? You may want to check out this BUNDLE, which this resource is included with the 78 pages of material! No More Tattling Bundle
If you love this product, please consider leaving some feedback
. It's always very much appreciated! By leaving feedback on your purchases, you can build up credits to use towards a discount on future TPT purchases (from any seller on TPT)!
If you want to keep up to date with my sales, new resources, freebies and so much more click the green ★ under my store name!
Let's stay connected! Please consider liking my page on Facebook for the latest updates: The Sunny Sunshine Student Support Store
Please know that I spend a lot of time researching, creating, writing, and proofreading my work. However, typos or grammatical errors still sometimes occur. Please let me know if you find a typo or feel that a correction is needed, by emailing me at email@example.com
I value your input to make my products the highest quality possible. Thank you in advance for your help and support!