Body Image
Roles in Bullying Process
What Would You Do
Teasing vs. Bullying
Stress
100

What are three factors that influence body image?

Family members, TV/movies, Magazines, At School, Ourselves

100
Define bully
A person who purposely tries to hurt others by: · Making them feel uncomfortable. · Hurting them by kicking, hitting, pushing, tripping, etc. · Name-calling. · Spreading nasty rumors.
100
You see a girl being teased at recess.
Tell a teacher Provide support and empathy Remove the girl from the teasing
100
A friends says to you one time "your shirt is ugly."
Teasing
100

What are the two types of stress?

Negative and positive stress

200

Define Self Concept.

Self concept is your own perception of who you are and what you look like. It is the description you would use about yourself.

200
How can a bystander become a defender?
If you see someone getting bullied, then you can go up to the victim and help them get away from the bully or if you see someone get bullied you can tell an adult about the situation.
200
Your best friend has recently started to pick on another student in the class. At first, you thought it was funny, but lately, the teasing has gotten meaner and meaner. You can tell that the student is becoming more and more upset, but the other kids in the class think it is funny.
Tell a teacher Talk to your best friend about his/her behavior Support the target
200
At lunch, a classmates steals your food every day.
Bullying
200

Define Stress.

The body's response to real or imagined threats

300

What was the overall message in the Dove Video shown in class?

Be yourself and don't let anyone change your perception of how you look or how you act. You are beautiful no matter what so don't compare yourself to others. 

300
Define bystander
A person who watches bullying happen or hears about it and does nothing to stop the bullying.
300
What is a positive way to handle a bully?
Tell an adult, ignore the behavior, stand up for yourself in a positive way, get help, and power in numbers
300
You and a friend are frequenlty "play fighting" at recess
Teasing becasue you are both equally engaging in the behavior
300

How does stress affect your overall wellness? Think about P,S, M/E.

Answer varies. Decided by teacher

400

What is the key to positive body image?

The key to positive body image and high self esteem is having an optimistic attitude and a healthy lifestyle.

400
What can we do as a class to stop bullies?
Get the whole class and school on board to only say nice things to other people, let others know that they are not alone, let bullies know that the school is going to stand up against them
400
A group of your friends are talking negatively about another boy in your class. You think this boy is nice and consider him to be a friend.
Ask them to stop Continue to be friends with the boy
400
A classmate calls you an unkind word one time
Teasing
400

During the fight or flight response-what is the name of the hormone that is released by the brain?

Adrenaline 

500

What are three ways to help improve your self-esteem?

  • Know what makes you happy

  • Set realistic goals

  • Spend time with others who respect and appreciate you. 

  • Eat well, get plenty of sleep, and exercise

  • Avoid comparing yourself to others or famous people in the media 

500

Define empathy

The ability to understand how another person feels and why the person feels that way.

500

One of your friends frequently spreads rumors about you, tells you that your clothes are ugly, and says she won't be your friend. You are confused by this behavior because you thought this girl was really your friend.

Tell your friend that her behavior is unkind Ask your friend to stop Stop being friends with this girls

500
What is the difference between teasing and bullying?
Teasing is when both people are joking and neither gets their feelings hurt, and bullying is when it goes on more than once, it’s impactful and hurts someone, there’s a power imbalance, and it’s intentional (on purpose)
500

What were the three stress management activities you performed in class during this lesson?

Progressive relaxation, Silent ball, and paper mosaic. 

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