Includes a handout, and student sample of each kind of bully.
This is excellent for ant-bullying, counseling, and character building education lessons. It is also a good lesson for professional development for faculty members.
I give each student the handout (page 1). Then, I give each student 1 (or 2 if they don't want to write on the back of a paper) white page (s) of printer paper and have them fold it to make 4 "squares" (hotdog, then hamburger folds). Students really enjoy doing this activity with colored pencils.
They should label a block "Kinds of Bullies," then, the remaining blocks should be labeled each of the 7 kinds of bullies. I have one student read the description of the bully, then I draw what they bully would look like (pointing out key elements), then have students draw their own pictures.
Students really like this activity because it is "real" when you draw the pictures, it adds creativity, and it is hands-on.
Information comes from the book "The Bully, the Bullied, and the Bystander" by Barbara Coloroso (it is cited on the handout).