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What is Bullying?

What is Bullying?

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The purpose of this lesson is for students to identify what bullying is and what does it look like. 

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1.3.S Describe the different types of bullying and harassment 

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Tutorial

Bullying

Bullying is a major issue and it happens everyday and it negatively impacts those who are bullied. 

The task of this assignment is for you to be able identify what bullying is and what does it look like. Being able to identify what it is will allow you to prevent this from happening or to identify how to get help if your being bullied. 

Identifying Bullying

What is Bullying

What to do if you witness or if you are being bullied

Big Idea

Now that you have learned about what bullying is by reading and watching each resource provided on this tutorial, you will now answer some open ended questions on google forums. In order to successfully complete this task, you may refer back to the resources on this tutorial while answering the open ended questions. (Please click on the link below)

Google forums: https://docs.google.com/forms/...

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