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Pay attention, please…

Pay attention, please…

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Telescopic Text → Resources → How to use the writing tools Follow this tutorial if you need help using the writing tools. Type your starting text, up to 140 characters. The tools to edit and expand your Telescopic Text will now appear. Roll over any part of the interface and a hint will appear. To turn these hints off, click the yellow Hints button so that it turns grey. You can turn it back on by clicking it again. My Secret Bully Lesson Plan Activities - The Helpful Counselor I am super excited to release the first in a series of bullying activities that complement Trudy Ludwig’s bullying books! Readers of The Helpful Counselor know that My Secret Bully is one of my favorite bullying books, heck…I’ve even named Trudy as one of my favorite counseling resources! I’m looking forward to using most of the bullying activities during my small friendship groups, but I definitely plan on using the Friendship Bullying Survey with all of my 3rd-5th grade classes.

The Reader This EFL lesson plan is designed around a moving short film commissioned by Bells and directed by Greg Gray. In the lesson students write a narrative, watch a short film and discuss literacy strategies. I would ask all teachers who use Film English to consider buying my book Film in Action as the royalties which I receive from sales help to keep the website completely free. Language level: Intermediate (B1) – Upper Intermediate (B2)

5 Q's To Stop Bullying Five Questions for Students Accused of Bullying One of the main reasons why bullying is not addressed is that the bully tells teachers, the Principal, or their parents that they were just “playing around” with the victim. While it is socially acceptable for friends to call each other unflattering names or make harmless physical contact – it is NOT acceptable for people to do it to others who they do not consider “friends”.

Blue Bird This EFL lesson is designed around a short film inspired by a poem by Charles Bukowski. Students watch the short film and write a verse of poetry inspired by the short film. Students then listen and read the poem. For homework they find out information about the life of the poet. STOMP Out Bullying™ About Hazing Hazing is a ritualistic test and a task involving harassment, abuse or humiliation used as a way of initiating a person into a gang, club, military organization or other group. This can include physical (sometimes violent) or mental (possibly degrading) practices. It may seem like a right of pas… The Joy of Books This EFL lesson is designed around 2 short films and the theme of books. The Joy of Books by Sean Ohlenkamp is a stop-motion short film which features books joyfully coming to life at night. The Fantastic Flying Books of Mr. Morris Lessmore is an Oscar-nominated animation by William Joyce and Brandon Oldenburg. Students discuss books and reading, and write a narrative based on a film.

s Bully Free: It Starts With Me — Resources to Prevent Bullying Designed by educators for educators, this kit reflects the best available research on bullying prevention:. Funded in part by the Gill Foundation. Tray Chaney, Actor and Rap Artist, Speaks Out Against Bullying, Endorses NEA Bully Free: It Starts With Me Campaign: NEA President Lily Eskelsen García: One Caring Adult Can Make All the Difference in a Bullied Student’s Life. "I hope to never hear an educator or a parent or a Sunday School teacher say to a frightened bullied child, 'Just ignore it.' Schools that are seeing a decrease in bullying are not ignoring it.

“Butter” by Erin Lange Review (Spoilers) For all the reading I do, and all the characters I fall in love with, I’ve never really found a character I could truly empathise with. That is, until I read Butter by Erin Lange. It was the character of Butter who I could really see myself in, and judging from the reviews I’ve read on it, I appear to be one of the only ones – or at least one of the only ones who admits it. Honestly, I can’t decide if that’s a good or a bad thing – on the one hand, it means people aren’t feeling how Butter himself feels, and on the other hand, it makes me feel strange saying “Yes, I can relate to this character!”

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