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Conflict Resolution/Bullying Asynchronous Learning
 
 

K-2 Bullying Behavior/Conflict Resolution

SA2 develop positive attitudes toward others as unique and worthy people

I CAN treat others with respect

 

Kindergarten 

Bullying defined: an unwanted behavior repeated over and over

Read: Howard B. Wigglebottom Learns About Bullying https://wedolisten.org/books-and- lessons/book/Howard+B.+Wigglebottom+Learns+About+Bullies

Animated Yes/No lesson

Bully Song

What did Howard learn to help him when being bullied?

Can you think of other things?

 

1st grade

Bullying defined: an unwanted behavior repeated over and over

Read: The Bully Blockers Club https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7El09O2NDJM

 

What is the Bully Blockers Club?

Why do you think it was a good idea?

Name other things that you could try if you were being bullied.

 

2nd grade

Bullying defined: an unwanted behavior repeated over and over

Read: The Juice Box Bully https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F7qWxJgbvog

What was the promise the class had made with each other?

Do you think it was a good idea?

What is a bystander?

Ruby was very angry with Pete, but Ralph stood up for him. What

did Pete share with Ralph?

Did listening to Pete help everyone to come

 

 

 

3rd-5th Conflict Resolution/Bullying Lessons

SS1 Make ethical decisions and practice social responsibility 

3rd grade:

Success Criteria: I can treat others as unique and worthy people in a positive manner. 

Bullying: Attacked physically, socially, or emotionally ex: hitting, leaving someone out on purpose, name-calling.  

               Unequal balance of power ex: older vs younger or 3 vs. 1 

               Happens more than once over a period of time 

               Someone is being hurt on purpose.  

This can take place in person or online. 

How are conflict and bullying different? See poster 

An upstander: An Upstander is someone who takes action against bullying behavior. When an Upstander sees someone being bullied, they do something about it. They help to stop the bullying from happening, or they support the person who's being bullied. 

Reporting: All bullying behavior should be reported to a trusted adult. Who are the trusted adults at DYE? Ex: teacher, school counselor, school resource officer 

 Bully B.e.a.n.s or listen to play 7:39 (Maywoodfinearts) on youtube 

 

 

4th & 5th grade:

Success Criteria: I can treat others as unique and worthy people in a positive manner. 

Bullying: Attacked physically, socially, or emotionally ex: hitting, leaving someone out on purpose, name-calling.  

               Unequal balance of power ex: older vs younger or 3 vs. 1 

               Happens more than once over a period of time 

               Someone is being hurt on purpose.  

Go to pacerkidsagainstbullying.org Click “What is Bullyling?” tab 

Watch Conflict vs. Bullying What’s the difference video 3:56 

Discuss differences as a class.  

 Click “How Can you Help?” tab 

Discuss what to do when you witness bullying. 

Tattling vs. Telling (Reporting) 

Reporting: All bullying behavior should be reported to a trusted adult. Who are the trusted adults at DYE? Ex: teacher, school counselor, school resource officer 

Click How Can you help video tab 

Watch Cyberbullying 3:45 Episode 16