Bullying: THE PROBLEM
What is BULLYING?
Bullying is when someone keeps doing or saying things to have power over another person. These situations often happen at school
TYPES OF BULLYING*VERBAL:
This happens when a bully uses offensive remarks to upset or intimidate someone and can be done in lots of different ways.
Teasing, sarcasm, taunting, or calling someone (or members of theirfamilies) unpleasant, hurtful names.
Using threatening words, that imply the victim is going to come to some harm.
This is when a bully actually attacks someone by hitting or kicking,pushing or pulling, punching or pinching them.
This form of bullying can make you feel very isolated and lonely – your
bully ignores and leaves you out and encourages their friends toexclude you too. This sort of bully may spread horrible lies about you by sending round nasty notes or texts. It torments you e.g. hiding you belongs, threatening gestures.
-All areas ofinternet, such as emails and internet chat room.
-Mobile threats by text messaging & calls.
-Associated with technology: camera and video footage.
This is when someone makes unkindcomments about your sexuality or uses the term ‘gay’ inappropriately.
OTHER TYPES OF BULLYING...
Bullies can also tease you about your appearance, the colour of your skin.
Maybe if you comefrom a different culture , belong to another religion, have a different regional accent, have a disability, have a stammer or speech impediment, wear glasses…the list is endless - anything a bully canfind about you to make you feel vulnerable!
Bullying damages the TARGET(alumno/objetivo)
Students who are the targets of repeated bullying have:
-Fear of going to school
-Fear of using theschool bathroom
-Fear of the bus ride to and from school
-Physical symptoms of illness
-Less ability to learn
Bullying damages the PERPETRATOR(al que lo hace)
If bullying behaviours are...
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