Using a puzzle piece approach to explaining the components of bullying behavior, this PowerPoint presentation will help your students to be able to tell the difference between conflict situations and bullying behaviors.
Concepts covered include:
• How to identify a bullying behavior
• The three components of bullying behavior
• Being an UPSTANDER rather than a BYSTANDER
• How to distinguish a bullying behavior from a conflict
As you know, it is difficult, especially for elementary kids to differentiate the difference between these things, and it is important for them to be able to identify which type it is so that they can respond appropriately to the situation. A conflict situation needs to be resolved, but a bullying situation needs adult help to put a stop to the bullying.
This PowerPoint presentation has animation and is customizable to suit your needs. The lesson also includes a video that encourages students to become upstanders rather than bystanders.
It also includes a POSTER that you can copy and paste into a Word document. I have also included a PARENT LETTER that can be sent home to assist parents to be able to identify bullying behaviors.
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Please play fair. This is intended for single classroom use only and should not be distributed or published without written permission from Counselor Bev. Copyright 2017 Counselor Bev