Contrast tattling with reporting aggression, bullying, and violent behavior.
Most students know that bullying is bad, and yet bullying still happens in our schools every day.
When we say hurtful things to other people, we often can’t see the damage that we’re doing on the inside. Our classmates may appear fine, but they’re really hurting. On the other hand, our kind words can be used to build someone else up, and make them feel beautiful on the inside.
These bullying lessons use apples to provide a memorable, visual to show the damage that can be done with harsh, unkind words.
Explain ways that bullying and excessive teasing can be hurtful.
Differentiate between situations when a health-related decision can be made individually or when assistance is needed.
Describe the various types of bullying and effects on the victim.
Compare positive and negative ways to respond to conflict and bullying.
Develop a class plan to prevent bullying in the school.