Bullying

Thinking Skills Bullying Worksheet Researcher Name: Date: The answers to the questions should be answered in complete sentences. 1 . From your own information and what you have been reading write what you believe is a good definition of bullying. 2. It would be Interesting to find out what the national statistics are on bullying In our country. Go to the following link and answer the questions that follow: The Teachers Net Gazette. A. Statistics show how many kids are bullied? B. How many students admit to being the bully? C.

What percent of the time will an argument with a bully develop into a physical fight? D. Every _ minutes a child is bullied. 3. What types of kids are more likely to be victims of the bully? List at least 4 characteristics. Teachers’ Net Gazette. (Scroll Down. ) A. B. C. D. 4. Name 5 things that may cause a person to become a bully. Why are Bullies- Bullies? A. 5. The 4 major kinds of bullies are as follows. Write a description of each one of the 4 kinds of bullying. Kinds of Bullies. Type of Bully Description Verbal Bully Relational Bully Reactive Victims 6.

What are some questions you should ask yourself to see if YOU are a bully? List at least 8. Am I a Bully? A. G. 7. What do YOU have that bullies want so badly? List at least 6 things. Why are sullies-Bullets? A. 8. What are some of the feelings you have when you are bullied by someone? List 6. Bully Advice for Kids. A. 9. What are some things you can do about bullies? List 6 things. Bully Advice for Kids. A. 10. What are some things you should NOT do when bullied? List 5 things. What Not 1 1 . Sometimes the problem of bullying cannot be handled by yourself and you may deed adult intervention.

Who are some of the adults you can go to for help? Give 4 adults. Where Can I Go for Help? A. 12. What are some of the reasons bullying must be stopped? Give at least 5 reasons. Take Action Against Bullying. A. 13. This page lists 11 messages you should have received from this unit of study. List the 5 that you feel are most important. Aka Kaka, Safer Communities. A. 14. Based on what you have learned, in your group read the following behaviors and decide which ones are bullying and which ones are not. Check the ones that ARE lulling behaviors.

Making fun of somebody’s looks. Chasing away younger kids when they want to play on the swings. Accidentally bumping into someone in the hallway. Calling people names because of the color of their skin. Making the other kids play the game your way. Teasing someone about the clothes he or she wears. Telling someone that the hat he’s wearing doesn’t look good on him. A group of kids wont let you sit with them at lunch even though there’s room. Telling someone that he or she is not being nice. Joking with people by “putting them down”.