Malcolm has a problem, and his name is Joe. Malcolm is often the target of good-natured ribbing because he's an excitable scatterbrain. Malcolm knows the jokes and laughs at his expense are all in good fun and sometimes even teach him a lesson. But the snark coming from Joe isn't funny. Joe taunts and bullies Malcolm. When he attacks, Malcolm's friends do nothing. They are silent bystanders, and Malcolm is left to wonder why. Can he find the courage to ask them for help, or will Malcolm have to stand up for himself? He's Not Just Teasing! is the first title in the Navigating Friendships series – a quick read chapter book for grades 4 through 7 that examines the differences between bullying and teasing, the fragile friendships of children and the power of kindness. This is a great story for those ages 9 to 12 who are struggling with changing friendships, learning about self-advocacy, and figuring out how to get along with others.
This is a great story for those ages 9 to 12 who are struggling with changing friendships, learning about self-advocacy, and figuring out how to get along with others.
Author: Jennifer Licate
Publisher: Boys Town Press
Category: Juvenile Fiction
The premise of this guidebook for teacher educators, school professionals, and in-service and pre-service teachers is that bullying occurs because of breakdowns in relationships. The focus of the 10-point empirically researched anti-bullying program it presents is based on building and repairing relationships. Explaining how to use social architecture to erase bullying from classrooms, this book translates research into easily understandable language provides a step-by-step plan and the tools (classroom exercises, activities, practical strategies) to insure success in building classrooms where acceptance, inclusion, and respect reign examines the teacher's role, classroom management, bystander intervention, friendship, peer support, empathy, incompatible activities, stopping incidents, and adult support from a relationship perspective If every teacher in every classroom learned to apply this book's principles and suggestions, bullying would no longer plague our schools and educators could give 100 percent of their attention to academics.
The line between teasing and bullying is crossed when teasing becomes hurtful. How can teachers and students distinguish between teasing and bullying? Definition—Learn the definitions of both words, noting the differences.
Author: Phyllis Kaufman Goodstein
Eating disorders are not 'just a teenage fad'; they are a serious mental health disorder that can affect people of any age, race or gender. Statistically speaking, one student in each of your classes is at risk. But how should you respond when a pupil confides in you about their eating disorder? And how can school staff support young people trying to overcome this type of illness? Concentrating on anorexia, bulimia and binge eating disorder, this Pocketbook explains what an eating disorder is and what life is like for sufferers. It identifies risk factors and warning signs, outlines ways to encourage pupils to talk about their disorder, and looks at strategies for helping them. The final section of the book details a whole school approach to supporting recovery.
It's very common for pupils with eating disorders to be bullied or teased for being too thin, too fat, or just simply for being different. And not just by pupils, by staff too. took him seriously.' Your school should adopt a zero ...
Author: Pooky Knightsmith
Publisher: Management Pocketbooks
Category: Business & Economics
Teacher and student material intended to support the teaching of PSHE and citizenship at Key Stage 1.
CTIVITATEA 43 SHEES * 44 SHEE Tease or bully ? Problem page This activity allows the children the opportunity to think about and discuss the different types of teasing and bullying . It should establish the fact that it is important to ...
Author: Clare Rowland
Publisher: Evans Brothers
The morality of our distant ancestors bears a remarkable resemblance to the moral experiences of modern athletes. This book brings together stories from today’s sports world and the moral practices of hunter-gatherers to shed new light on both sports and morality and offer a unique interpretation of America’s love affair with sports.
The difference between bullying and horseplay is not always clear in the freewheeling give-and-take of social interactions. ... line and become bullying? It's an interesting question because teasing is such an integral part of sports.
Author: Richard J. Severson
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
Category: Sports & Recreation
You Can’t Bully Me will teach you how to make friends with the most important person in your life—you! Everything you feel, everything you believe, everything you like, and everything you dislike are all okay. This book contains writing activities for you to do that will challenge your opinions. Unlike school, there are no wrong answers! Your personality, your character, and your values make you who you are. You will compliment yourself on every page, in color, as a daily reminder of your unique qualities. You Can’t Bully Me will teach you about the ways you are wonderful and special. You are going on a magical journey of discovery. You can’t bully me, of this I am proud. You can’t bully me, I’ll say it out loud. Your words, taunts, and laughter don’t get to me at all; I know who I am and how to stand tall.
A Guide for Kids to Win Confidence and Lose a Bully Linda Landes ... I know there are dozens of books about what bullying is, why it occurs and what to do about it. This book is different in that your ... It is not just teasing anymore.
Author: Linda Landes
Publisher: Balboa Press
Hundreds of user-friendly lesson plans help teachers build attitudes of respect and caring, reduce problem behaviors, empower students to solve problems, and educate the whole child socially, emotionally, and academically. The lessons' literature-based connections allow teachers to "build in" rather than "add on" social-emotional learning (SEL) as part of the daily curriculum. Field-tested in classrooms across the United States, these activities when fully implemented have resulted in improved school climate, greater parent engagement,increased academic achievement, and reduction in discipline referrals. The Activities for Building Character and Social-Emotional Learning resource guides are essential teaching tools for all preK - 8 teachers.
LEARNING OBJECTIVES Students will: • learn to identify teasing versus kidding • learn that teasing hurts feelings MATERIALS ... Kidding is having fun with someone in a way that does not hurt feelings. ... STORY TIME Read Suki's Kimono.
Author: Katia S. Petersen
Publisher: Free Spirit Publishing
Addressing ages 3 to 8 years, A GUIDANCE APPROACH FOR THE ENCOURAGING CLASSROOM, 6th Edition, functions as a primary reference for professionals or as a resource for classes that address group management, the learning environment, child guidance, child behavior, challenging behavior, conflict management, and peace education topics. Part 1 explores the foundation of guidance in early childhood education. Part 2 focuses on building and organizing an encouraging classroom, and discusses such topics as daily schedules, routines, use of thematic instruction, and the importance of working with parents. Part 3 addresses problem solving and challenging behavior, including a practical illustration of how to use and teach conflict management and information about the five-finger-formula. Highlights of the new edition include standards and video integration, expanded coverage of diversity, and information on current brain research. Throughout, this experience-based resource includes real-life anecdotes that allow professionals to make the shift from conventional classroom to developmentally appropriate guidance. Available with InfoTrac Student Collections http://gocengage.com/infotrac. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.
This guide addresses teasing and bullying as a continuum ofintentionally hurtful behavior, from making fun of someone to repetitive physical abuse. ... This picture book tells the story of a boy who is teased because he likes to dance.
Author: Dan Gartrell
Publisher: Cengage Learning
The achievement of high academic standards is inextricably linked to creating school environments in which students feel welcomed, seen, included, and cared about. This long awaited revision of a highly acclaimed book emphasizes the critical need for teachers and administrators to create warm, welcoming inclusive classroom communities. Author Mara Sapon-Shevin skillfully blends expository text with compelling vignettes, sample classroom activities, and current resources to help teachers actualize her powerful vision of a better world. This book includes: - principles of community building for inclusive classrooms - strategies, resources, and activities that inspire and transform - stories that illustrate inclusive classroom communities.
In the end, the person being teased gets to say whether the teasing is acceptable or welcomed. ... Strategies for Reducing Bullying (2003), writes (in a foreword to the book Just Kidding, Ludwig, 2006) about the causes of teasing and ...
Author: Mara Sapon-Shevin
Publisher: Corwin Press
Build attitudes of respect and caring, reduce problem behaviors, empower students to solve problems, and educate the whole child with this flexible, user-friendly activity guide. The lessons' literature-based connections allow teachers to "build in" rather than "add on" social-emotional learning (SEL) throughout the day. Field-tested in classrooms across the United States, these activities when fully implemented have resulted in improved school climate, greater parent engagement, increased academic achievement, and reduction in discipline referrals. Features of the book include: 100+ easy-to-implement year-round activities that integrate info the daily curriculum in all subject areas Monthly themes focused on empathy, bullying prevention, teamwork, decision-making, and more Concise lesson formats (Read, Discuss, Do, Relate) Discussion and writing prompts Built-in assessments Digital content includes all of the book's reproducible forms.
When a boy at school is bullied by other kids, a classmate decides that he must do something, even if he is a bit afraid. ... or teasing situations and use a rating scale to determine the severity of each MATERIALS NEEDED The book Just ...
Author: Katia S. Petersen
Publisher: Free Spirit Publishing