Cyberbully Movie Viewing Guide, Digital and Printable

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Julie Faulkner
Grade Levels
7th - 11th, Homeschool
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Cyberbully Movie Graphic Organizer, Sub Plan, End of Year, Bullying Month

Student Experience: This movie viewing pack highlights specific skills during the viewing of the movie, ABC Family's Cyberbully. It covers plot, cause/effect, setting, characterization, and character motivation. The questions range up the Bloom's levels. To supplement this set of questions and to dig more deeply with your film experience, a paired info text lesson and a writing prompt is also included are also provided. Plus you'll get a bright, positive classroom poster as a bonus!


- Teacher's Guide

- Viewing Questions

- Paired Text with Questions

- Answers

- Super Simple Step by Step Sub Plan Form

- Digital versions of the viewing questions and paired text questions

- Classroom poster

- Additional prompts

- Several links to the full movie are provided for FREE (pending availability), and the DVD can be purchased online as well.

If you are considering expanding your conversation of cyberbullying, or if you teach English and are looking for an interesting writing prompt, take a look at my cyberbullying argumentative writing prompt pack. Click Here

Classroom success stories from teachers who have tried this resource:

♥ "Great activity; I paired it with your argumentative cyberbullying writing prompt. Both are excellent."

♥ "This was perfect for my middle schoolers! The movie was very engaging, and the organizer helped them process and keep track of everything that was happening."

♥ "This is a great follow up to the video Cyberbully. Definitely for my higher level students, I teach junior high. Great for a sub plan!"

♥ "The movie kept my 8th graders attention the entire time...this was a perfect resource to hold them accountable for what they saw."

♥ "I show this video every semester to my computer students, and I must say, this graphic organizer is much more interesting than the question handout I have been using. Thank You."

♥ "You rock!! This is nice for a sub, but I definitely plan to be selfish and use it myself with the kids. ;-) Once again, I love how all your products connect to one another and can be used together. Teachers could easily connect the ideas in this activity to those in your Columbine and/or Speak resources. Thank you so much!"

♥ "This was a wonderful resource when I was out. The movie is important to cover and the organizer had a level of accountability so the students could not just zone out."

Looking for more interesting and engaging movie guides to make showing film in class more rigorous? Check out the following titles:

The Great Gatsby

The Giver

Ransom of Red Chief

Their Eyes Were Watching God


The Hunger Games



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Terms of Use: One classroom use only. Not permitted to post online outside unsecured environments. Art and images documented inside file.

Total Pages
13 pages
Answer Key
Teaching Duration
2 days
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to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
Read closely to determine what the text says explicitly and to make logical inferences from it; cite specific textual evidence when writing or speaking to support conclusions drawn from the text.
Determine central ideas or themes of a text and analyze their development; summarize the key supporting details and ideas.
Analyze how two or more texts address similar themes or topics in order to build knowledge or to compare the approaches the authors take.
Read and comprehend complex literary and informational texts independently and proficiently.
Make strategic use of digital media and visual displays of data to express information and enhance understanding of presentations.


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