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3a320f38-394d-4c35-a849-e16be24a69edBullying AwarenessYour child or teen may be involved in bullying and not know it! By talking with them, each of you will be more aware of what bullying is, how prevalent it is, whether they have been bullied or are bullying and what to do should they see bullying occur.NoNoNodeacda3a-4405-4276-9a7f-db9549caa24c.jpgWildflowersSL.mp32/18/2015 3:02:00 PMNo users yetNO
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1. As your parent I am so proud of you for having this talk about bullying.As your parent I am so proud of you for having this conversation about bullying. Together we will understand it, discuss it and find ways to stop it. How do you feel talking with me about bullying? Comfortable - Glad - Upset - Doesn’t Matter Tell me why you chose that answer.a1db5fc2-34e1-4c3d-8d1e-72a3b2bcab3f.mp3dd077b48-041f-46ac-bb08-3f77795d20b4070b50192-480f-47db-ab8c-e15830c637cd3a320f38-394d-4c35-a849-e16be24a69eda1db5fc2-34e1-4c3d-8d1e-72a3b2bcab3f
2. The next 4 screens each have 3 situations on themThe next 4 screens each have 3 situations on them. We want the child to discuss which scenarios are actual bullying, which ones aren’t and which ones are just kids being kids. Parents, feel free to ask questions and offer suggestions after your child shares their views and opinions.52c21e3a-d4d1-407e-88d2-fbaa7e528543.mp3dd077b48-041f-46ac-bb08-3f77795d20b4125521bce-b40c-473c-8864-2a22ba19cb843a320f38-394d-4c35-a849-e16be24a69ed52c21e3a-d4d1-407e-88d2-fbaa7e528543
3. A) A classmates trips you every time you pass them in the hallA) A classmate trips you every time you pass them in the hall B) A classmate trips you, apologies right away but everyone around laughs at you C) You trip over a book on the ground and a few people around you laugh and point at you.d240230c-bffd-4d94-81d0-74e2b5339fc7.mp3dd077b48-041f-46ac-bb08-3f77795d20b42c629b694-1010-4343-b96a-c7d0a25c17a83a320f38-394d-4c35-a849-e16be24a69edd240230c-bffd-4d94-81d0-74e2b5339fc7
4. A) A teacher asks a question, the student next to youA) A teacher asks a question, the student next to you says out loud, ‘Let’s hear what stupid thinks’ B) You give a wrong answer in class and hear some laughter C) The student next to you tells you to give them an answer to a test question and that if you don’t you’ll have a ‘miserable’ lunch break.09e1dbce-411a-432b-abe0-9170d584613d.mp3dd077b48-041f-46ac-bb08-3f77795d20b43659ea7e3-1a36-43d2-8f27-c086c3f7a5c33a320f38-394d-4c35-a849-e16be24a69ed09e1dbce-411a-432b-abe0-9170d584613d
5. A) You buy a friend a snack and they don’t sayA) You buy a friend a snack and they don’t say ‘Thank you’ B) A student steals money from your backpack and buys them self a snack C) A student says you have to give $2 every day or they will beat you up after school.97a24d7e-4d5d-432c-83de-a49266695d88.mp3dd077b48-041f-46ac-bb08-3f77795d20b44b7eb0535-95da-48cb-aeca-1fdf21b1952b3a320f38-394d-4c35-a849-e16be24a69ed97a24d7e-4d5d-432c-83de-a49266695d88
6. A) You post a photo of you on Facebook and nobody ‘Likes’ itA) You post a photo of you on Facebook and nobody ‘Likes’ it B) You post a photo and half your class makes fun of it in the comments C) A classmates tells your whole class to go on Facebook at look at the ridiculous picture you posted.f4c9d885-6054-4635-99c4-847c444cc2a4.mp3dd077b48-041f-46ac-bb08-3f77795d20b457c76eeff-ef82-403b-b075-a271e4f7db143a320f38-394d-4c35-a849-e16be24a69edf4c9d885-6054-4635-99c4-847c444cc2a4
7. Let’s continue with a quizLet’s continue with a quiz where we each will say what we think the right answer is. How many students are bullied each year? A) 475,000 B) 2 million C) 3.2 million Advance for answer.e9504a30-f146-464c-a257-78bc670d7791.mp3dd077b48-041f-46ac-bb08-3f77795d20b46b7ed76c3-67c1-418b-9f5d-eaefc3c03b403a320f38-394d-4c35-a849-e16be24a69ede9504a30-f146-464c-a257-78bc670d7791
8. Answer: 3.2 million? Question: How oftenAnswer: 3.2 million Question: How often do teachers step in when they see bullying happening? A) 4 out of 100 times B) 53 out of 100 times C) 77 out of 100 times. Advance for answer.e6a1b1f5-f43d-4961-957c-5677433181ec.mp3dd077b48-041f-46ac-bb08-3f77795d20b470418011c-3d09-45e0-801f-32ccd5b7e1853a320f38-394d-4c35-a849-e16be24a69ede6a1b1f5-f43d-4961-957c-5677433181ec
9. Answer: 4 out of 100 timesAnswer: 4 out of 100 times. Question: How many students think teachers and parents don’t do enough when bullying occurs? A) 7 out of 100 B) 35 out of 100 C) 67 out of 100. Advance for answer.721aa162-d68b-4051-951c-91cdd14bcbb0.mp3dd077b48-041f-46ac-bb08-3f77795d20b4866fa356b-0394-4f89-9f2a-aaaf2e5d55ea3a320f38-394d-4c35-a849-e16be24a69ed721aa162-d68b-4051-951c-91cdd14bcbb0
10. Answer: 67 out 100 teachers and parentsAnswer: 67 out 100 teachers and parents don’t do enough when they see bullying. I don’t want you to be one of those kids that is bullied. I want to be a parent that responds well and helps prevent bullying. Advance.7b9cb29c-45b7-4b6b-a1c6-ca8813268c1c.mp3dd077b48-041f-46ac-bb08-3f77795d20b495a144517-bdd2-4c4b-9cc7-b3f7ea0ef04d3a320f38-394d-4c35-a849-e16be24a69ed7b9cb29c-45b7-4b6b-a1c6-ca8813268c1c
11. Tell me about some of the other kids in your school.Tell me about some of the other kids in your school. Select two that you get along with and enjoy. Who are they? What do you like about them? Would you like to make plans to spend time with them outside of school? What would you like to do with them?85a1264b-d91e-4d3b-9481-d28c228e12d2.mp3dd077b48-041f-46ac-bb08-3f77795d20b410abb4fbce-6f9d-4857-b768-da6a6e7685c23a320f38-394d-4c35-a849-e16be24a69ed85a1264b-d91e-4d3b-9481-d28c228e12d2
12. Tell me about another kind of studentTell me about another kind of student, one you don’t get along with well or don’t like very much. Who are they? What are they like? Have you ever been bullied by them or seen them bully someone else? If so, what did they do?ede9fa1b-b75c-4222-a609-5f0afad4c100.mp3dd077b48-041f-46ac-bb08-3f77795d20b41102f9d1ef-ea35-402a-b963-2ae1bead361e3a320f38-394d-4c35-a849-e16be24a69edede9fa1b-b75c-4222-a609-5f0afad4c100
13. If your child has been bulliedIf your child has been bullied our ‘Caring For Your Bullied Child’ talk will help you acknowledge the hurt that was experienced and help heal your child’s emotional wounds and negative thoughts that may have developed. Advance.68edd3d6-a128-4b6d-bc4d-9653b97a659c.mp3dd077b48-041f-46ac-bb08-3f77795d20b412cbe2a3a7-50b9-4f57-85a3-07236000a08e3a320f38-394d-4c35-a849-e16be24a69ed68edd3d6-a128-4b6d-bc4d-9653b97a659c
14. Tell me about one last type of classmateTell me about one last type of classmate, the one who is bullied, picked on or made fun of because they are considered to be different. Who is that student that comes to mind? How are they viewed as different? How are they treated? How do you think they feel? How do you feel seeing them get hurt?8119ac72-d048-4769-a296-38a2d7eb74eb.mp3dd077b48-041f-46ac-bb08-3f77795d20b41351423cc6-b290-41d8-89bd-db7888267dc13a320f38-394d-4c35-a849-e16be24a69ed8119ac72-d048-4769-a296-38a2d7eb74eb
15. When you see someone bulliedWhen you see someone bullied, picked on or made fun of what are you most likely to do? A) Ignore it B) Try to stop it yourself C) Tell a teacher. I think there are good reasons to pick any of these answers. Why did you pick the one you did?3d5adea7-7787-41f1-b8e2-6543e2c98518.mp3dd077b48-041f-46ac-bb08-3f77795d20b4148ec13dc7-710f-4250-b298-d53b88faa03c3a320f38-394d-4c35-a849-e16be24a69ed3d5adea7-7787-41f1-b8e2-6543e2c98518
16. If you were the one being bulliedIf you were the one being bullied, picked on or made fun, what would you do? A) Do nothing and hope it stops B) Draw the attention of others so the bully stops C) Fight back D) Run away. Explain why you picked the answer you did.f5ba4dbc-3a60-4fbf-9bfc-592c44711095.mp3dd077b48-041f-46ac-bb08-3f77795d20b415a5ac57c0-f390-4cd6-b8a2-ad7ea43d495e3a320f38-394d-4c35-a849-e16be24a69edf5ba4dbc-3a60-4fbf-9bfc-592c44711095
17. It’s been suggested that a bully will stopIt’s been suggested that a bully will stop bullying if something simple is said to them like, ‘What you are doing is wrong and you need to stop.’ Do you think that would work? How easy is it for you to say that? A) Very hard B) Hard C) I could do it D) Real easy to do. Tell me why.cf8992fc-062c-4aa0-b491-448c8cd0252f.mp3dd077b48-041f-46ac-bb08-3f77795d20b4165f6397c6-9c7a-40e5-b361-d9184a5cb6133a320f38-394d-4c35-a849-e16be24a69edcf8992fc-062c-4aa0-b491-448c8cd0252f
18. Let’s change the focus a bit and look at the bullies.Let’s change the focus a bit and look at the bullies. Describe to me what you have noticed bullies to be like. How do they act? How do they talk? What is their behavior in class like?c2e122d7-5bb0-4d92-89f8-cbbc86024f3f.mp3dd077b48-041f-46ac-bb08-3f77795d20b41742f0922a-2c4e-4323-b001-94a8ace9c6733a320f38-394d-4c35-a849-e16be24a69edc2e122d7-5bb0-4d92-89f8-cbbc86024f3f
19. Tell me the name of a student that you would consider to be a bully.Tell me the name of a student that you would consider to be a bully. Why do you think a student like them would choose to be mean to kids rather than be friendly with them? Give as many reasons as you can then see if your parent can add any of their own.9d47b0ed-de73-4282-8d72-ac4882aa044d.mp3dd077b48-041f-46ac-bb08-3f77795d20b4181cf2d2c8-16e8-4209-bd38-12a8072ce41a3a320f38-394d-4c35-a849-e16be24a69ed9d47b0ed-de73-4282-8d72-ac4882aa044d
20. Maybe that bully needs someone to be kind to themMaybe that bully needs someone to be kind to them and treat them like a friend. Can you think of a way you could show them kindness that would be safe for you? It will probably be something very small and that is okay.d4bf024b-f1d2-4bef-869e-69c2193e396f.mp3dd077b48-041f-46ac-bb08-3f77795d20b41964260eaa-da4d-4d2f-be2a-eea307abffd53a320f38-394d-4c35-a849-e16be24a69edd4bf024b-f1d2-4bef-869e-69c2193e396f
21. Parent, share with your child the cautionsParent, share with your child the cautions you have about your child showing kindness, if you think it is possible at all. Also, share any ideas you have of what kindness could look like. It might be a kind act or simply not talking badly about the bully to others.31c47ae3-437f-4ec6-88fa-a53766586bd9.mp3dd077b48-041f-46ac-bb08-3f77795d20b420588971b6-4854-4d44-b6c5-e68898a9fa733a320f38-394d-4c35-a849-e16be24a69ed31c47ae3-437f-4ec6-88fa-a53766586bd9
22. Child, imagine that this bully changed their waysChild, imagine that this bully changed their ways, started being friendly towards you and got to know you better. What would they discover about you that is really cool? Fill in the blank: If they were your friend they would enjoy ________ about you.0cb2ff06-8882-4330-b794-306e5ebdc4b8.mp3dd077b48-041f-46ac-bb08-3f77795d20b42140e2ca9a-6591-431c-9d89-177d4d74dc8e3a320f38-394d-4c35-a849-e16be24a69ed0cb2ff06-8882-4330-b794-306e5ebdc4b8
23. Parent, finish this talk by takingParent, finish this conversation by taking all the time you need to build your child’s esteem and self confidence. Do this by describing to them the great qualities and strengths that you see in them and that others should also appreciate and respect.e09230e3-426e-4a81-9824-1fbc4978aad1.mp3dd077b48-041f-46ac-bb08-3f77795d20b422c368f04d-041b-48f5-9c5c-9b9ab467e2163a320f38-394d-4c35-a849-e16be24a69ede09230e3-426e-4a81-9824-1fbc4978aad1

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