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Verbal Bullying This lesson outlines one simple way to integrate the Bystander Revolution Verbal Bullying video playlist and discussion questions into an elementary school classroom setting. Verbal Bullying How can students prevent verbal bullying and lessen its effects? LEVEL: ELEMENTARY SCHOOL DISCUSSION QUESTIONS Why do some people make fun of others or call them hurtful names? Why is it important to say something when people use language you believe is hurtful? Is it easier for the person who’s being bullied or the people who see it happening to stop verbal bullying? Why? What are examples of things you could say to someone who verbally bullies others or uses offensive language, like racist slurs? Can you give an example of how you might help prevent verbal bullying from happening in the first place? Why is it important to go up to someone after they’ve been bullied and show them kindness? What are examples of things you can say to someone after they’ve been verbally bullied? If you are being verbally bullied, do you think you should try to ignore what people are saying? Can liking the things that make you different make negative words hurt less?


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Education Levels:

  • Grade 3
  • Grade 4
  • Grade 5


Verbal Bullying, Bullying



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