Teks

Health 5.10

Bullying prevention. The student understands positive bystander prevention strategies in helping to maintain positive relationships and respect. The student is expected to:

  • (1) analyze respectful ways to communicate with friends, family, teachers, and others;
    • (A) describe appropriate ways to address bullying on behalf of a friend or peer;
    • (B) explain the differences among teasing, joking, playing around, and bullying;
    • (C) identify methods available through which to report bullying; and
    • (D) describe the difference between reporting and tattling.

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    Building Resilience PowerPoint

    A 29-slide editable PowerPoint to use in the classroom when teaching about bullying and how to be resilient.

    Teach Starter Publishing 29 pages Grades: 2 - 5