Bullies Beware 2

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This podcast is part of the series: Bullies Beware

Multimedia Details Title: Bullies Beware 2
Creator: Excerpts taken from "Bullying in Schools: What You Need to Know" by Paul Langan Avatar fr
Submitted By: Pat Gann, Moody Junior High School, St Clair County
School/Organization:

Moody Jr. High School

St. Clair County Schools


Overview:

Bullies Beware 2 gives tips on how to stop bullying.  Since all bullies are different, different methods are used for different people.  Then this vodcast gives ideas on what a witness should do if they see someone being bullied.  Lots of people stand around doing nothing when bullying occurs.  It's important to help the people being bullied to get rid of bullying in a school.


Length: 02:32
Aligned to the following ALEX lesson plan: Bullies Beware 2
Content Areas: Health and Physical Education, Guidance and Counseling
Alabama Course of Study Alignments and/or Professional Development Standard Alignments:
CG (K-12)
5. A:A1.5 - identify attitudes and behaviors leading to successful learning
CG (K-12)
78. PS:A1.1 - develop positive attitudes toward self as a unique and worthy person
CG (K-12)
82. PS:A1.5 - identify and express feelings
CG (K-12)
83. PS:A1.6 - distinguish between appropriate and inappropriate behavior
CG (K-12)
85. PS:A1.8 - understand the need for self-control and how to practice it
CG (K-12)
86. PS:A1.9 - demonstrate cooperative behavior in groups
CG (K-12)
87. PS:A1.10 - identify personal strengths and assets
CG (K-12)
88. PS:A1.11 - identify and discuss changing personal and social roles
HE1 (7)
7. Demonstrate decision-making skills as they relate to situations involving health risks.
Examples: responding appropriately to sexual harassment, avoiding physical conflict, objecting to verbal and physical bullying, avoiding inappropriate electronic communication
HE1 (8)
7. Identify barriers to communication regarding health-related issues.
Examples: fear, embarrassment, lack of vocabulary
HE1 (8)
9. Describe common eating disorders.
Examples: anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa, binge-eating
HE1 (8)
10. Identify possible consequences of poor nutrition.
Example: increased risk for heart disease, obesity, cancer, fatigue, poor academic performance, osteoporosis
HE1 (8)
13. Explain why mixing drugs can cause injury, illness, and death.

AQTS_2.A.1: Human Development [Knowledge of the physical, emotional, and social development of young people and of the relationship of these to learning readiness and to cognitive development.]
AQTS_4.A.4: Cultural, Ethnic and Social Diversity [Ability to develop culturally responsive curriculum and instruction, i.e., model, teach, and integrate multicultural awareness, acceptance, and appreciation into ongoing instruction.]
AQTS_4.E.1: General [Knowledge of how personal/cultural biases can affect teaching and learning.]