Teaching Resource

Building Resilience PowerPoint

$4.99 or Free on Plus | 25 pages (PDF, PowerPoint)|Grades: 3 - 4

A 25 slide editable PowerPoint to use in the classroom when learning about resilience.

Use this teaching resource in the classroom when learning about tackling bullying and using strategies to build resilience.

This teaching presentation includes key information, discussion points and class activities for:

  • what bullying is and is not
  • where bullying can happen
  • what cyberbullying is
  • how bullying can affect our emotions
  • how to be emotionally resilient
  • learning to use resilience strategies.

  NSW Curriculum alignment

  Victorian Curriculum alignment

  Australian Curriculum alignment

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Hi there,
I can’t open this file either, and I’ve tried the method given above (right click the file and choose ‘Open’). It still brings up the same error message.

Emma Crofts · Jun 6th, 2019

Hi Emma,
I may have another workaround for you. This can be an issue with the Mac version of PowerPoint. Would you mind trying the following, please?

1. Hit the Download button above, remember where the file is saved.
2. Open PowerPoint, just the app, don’t open any files.
3. Select ‘Open’ from the File menu, navigate to the file you downloaded and open it.

I think this will solve the issue. Some versions of PowerPoint do not like opening template files as they create new versions of the template which can be edited.

Please let me know how you go. If there is anything else I can assist you with, please don’t hesitate to contact me.

Kristian · Jun 7th, 2019

I really like this resource, however I feel like it would be even better if it wasn’t so strongly connected to bullying and rather just different scenarios that students encounter – I have used the powerpoint but deleted all the bullying slides and changed the wording on others – I’m assuming others have done the same 🙂 Just some feedback!

Lauren Turner · Mar 12th, 2019

Hi Lauren,
A great tip! One of the reasons we include PowerPoint templates is for exactly this reason, members can feel free to adjust them to suit their needs. Thanks for the great feedback.

Kristian · Mar 12th, 2019

Thank you, Kristian.
I might have to check in with IT because I’ve had trouble opening some word files as well. I’m not sure why some files are opening and others aren’t though.
Laura

Laura Foti · Jan 29th, 2019

Hi Laura,
Thanks for letting me know how you are going.
The above method should work but a trip to IT would prevent this from happening in the future. Just let them know your Microsoft Office won’t open template files.
If there is anything else I can assist you with, please don’t hesitate to contact me.

Kristian · Jan 31st, 2019

Hi there,
I’m having the same issue. This file isn’t opening, it says that it needs to be repaired, but then tells me there is an error.
Thanks,
Laura

Laura Foti · Jan 14th, 2019

Hi Laura,
I see you are having a problem opening this PowerPoint.
Sometimes this error happens with older versions of PowerPoint or some school versions which prevent PowerPoint templates being opened.

Can I get you to try something for me? Please right click the file and select ‘Open’ from the menu. This should allow you to access the file without the error message.

If there is anything else I can assist you with, please don’t hesitate to contact me.

Kristian · Jan 16th, 2019

I am unable to open this document as it ends in “.potx” are you able to amend please?

Lauren Stokes · Sep 4th, 2018

Hi Lauren,

I see you are having a problem opening this PowerPoint template.
Sometimes this error happens with older versions of PowerPoint or some school versions which prevent PowerPoint templates being opened.

Can I get you to try something for me? Please right click the file and select ‘Open’ from the menu. This should allow you to access the file without the error message.

If there is anything else I can assist you with, please don’t hesitate to contact me.

Kristian · Sep 19th, 2018

Resource Updates

  • 'Cyber bullying' changed to 'cyberbullying'.

    Change by Alison Smith Jan 2nd, 2018

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