True or False
Mean, Rude or Bullying
What Would You Do?
Terminology
Little Bit of This and That
100

If you are being mean to someone, you are automatically a bully.

What is FALSE?

100

Without thinking, Betty makes an inconsiderate comment to Mary Lou about her new glasses.

What is being rude?

100

Someone you thought was a friend starts excluding you from everything, telling you that your clothes are ugly, and that you are not a good student.

What is... 

- tell a trusted adult?

- ask them to stop making fun of you? 

- stop being friends with them?

100


DAILY DOUBLE


The ability to understand and care how another person feels.

100

The crucial difference between rudeness and meanness.

What is intention?

200


DAILY DOUBLE


Bullying includes random, one-time actions

200

You have a bad attitude toward Percy. So, you get five friends to side with you in excluding Percy from recess sports.

What is relationship bullying? (Relationship bullying)

200

You overhear a student in your classroom repeatedly telling another student that they are stupid for not understanding the subjects presented in class. They tell you they are just kidding, but you think they may have taken it a step too far.

What is... 

- tell the student in your class to stop? 

- offer to help the student being bullied? 

- tell the teacher?

200

This person just watches bullying happen and often won't intercede on the victim's behalf.

What is a bystander?

200

These are 2 reasons that people bully others.

What is…

- they were bullied?

- to look cool or funny to their peers?

- a show of power over others?

- the perceived need to put others down?

- something serious is happening outside of school?

300

Arguments are the most common type of bullying at recess.

What is FALSE?

300


DAILY DOUBLE


You get mad and tell your best friend that they're no longer your friend.

300

Your best friend has been constantly teasing someone in your class about how they dress at school. You thought that it was harmless at first, but now you think it might be going too far.

What is... 

- tell your friend that they should stop teasing? 

- see how the other person is feeling and support them? 

- stop participating if you were participating?

300

This person encourages the bully to keep it up, or will take part in a secondary role in the bullying.

What is a henchman?

300


DAILY DOUBLE


This is a different kind of bullying than physical bullying.

400

An example of a power imbalance is a group of students spreading terrible rumors toward a student throughout the school year.

What is TRUE

400

Feeling jealous that his best friend, Jim, has new close friend, Mike decides to ignore Jim for a couple of days.

What is being mean?

400

A 6th grade student at your bus stop keeps taking a first grade student's lunch money at the bus stop.

What is... 

- tell an adult? 

- support the student who's lunch money has been taken? 

- tell the 6th grader to stop?

400

This person has the courage to step in to speak up against the bully

What is an ally?

400

In the video, bad manners were an example of being…

What is rude?

500

Bullying involves a power imbalance, repetition, and intentionality.

What is TRUE

500

Trying to look cool to his peers, 6th grader Eagan tries to make 2nd grader Tony cry at the bus stop. This lasted for a whole month.

What is bullying?

500

You see a classmate sneaking a cell phone into their desk

What is manage myself?  

OR

What is kindly reminding your friend to not do that?

500

The act of intentionally and repeatedly hurting another person in a one-sided way.

What is bullying?

500

If you see someone getting bullied, you should tell a trusted adult. Name three trusted adults that you can go to at school.

Who are the school counselor, your classroom teacher, and the principal (among others)?

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