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centers on identifying appropriate and inappropriate behavior associated with bullying. Presentation covers how to communicate when involved in or witnessing this behavior. Problem solving tips are given to help with future anti-bullying success. Students create as a group the “Don’t Be a Bully Three B’s Please” chart. (e.g. 1. Don’t be a bully “B”ecause…it makes you feel bad inside!) If time permits, students are encouraged to participate in impromptu skits and role-play scenarios. (Students usually love this portion.)
contribute and help each other for the greater good. In this workshop, examples are given via video clips of 11-13 year olds who have been victims of bullying, its effects and strategies used to overcome it. Students work together as a group to create a slogan for their school environment’s
Leadership is highlighted in this session along with character attributes. An overview is given along with examples of how the actions of today are judged by future colleges and employers. (Given size of school, this session can be divided into two groups: grades 9 & 10 and 11 & 12)