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Communication and
addressing Bullying
Warm up
 “Some people just want to watch the world burn” –
Batman: The Dark Knight
 What does this mean to you, in
reference to bullying and deviance?
Vocabulary Words
 Loathe: (verb) to despise, strongly dislike, be
 Omnipresent: (adjective) to be everywhere
 “omni”=all around
 Propaganda: (noun) misinformation, rumors, slander
spread about someone or something
 Interpersonal communication: communication between
2 or more people or groups
 What are some general types of communication?
Communication Types
 Verbal:
 Using written or spoken language
 Ex: Talking, newspaper, email, signs, (this Powerpoint),etc
 Nonverbal:
 Communicating without written or spoken language
 Ex: hand gestures, facial gestures, actions, pictures
 How might one message be conveyed using either
verbal or nonverbal communication style?
 What is it?
 When does joking around become too much and
therefore bullying?
 What are some common ways that
people are bullied in the
Why Bully?
 People and children often “bully” or demean individuals due
to insecurities.
 These insecurities can be for a variety of reasons
Unsure of themselves
Feel threatened
The need to feel better or stronger than someone else
Other reasons
Prevention of Bullying
 Avoid situations that foster negative interactions
 If someone seems to treat you poorly or not respect you,
don’t continue to be around them
 Reframe from sharing information that might make you a
target for bullying or make you look/sound bad
 Be yourself. Don’t try to what other people are or might want
you to be
Negative Intervention
 Confront them with a strong tone
 Challenge them to a fight or contest
 Spread rumors about them as revenge
 Tweet or post a Facebook message incriminating or
embarrassing them
 Destructive behaviors
 Violence, drug use, reckless acts, vandalism, even suicide, etc
 Avoid these!!!!
Positive Intervention of
 If you are being bullied or someone you know is bullied,
what can they/you do?
 Talk to an authority figure about the issue
 Ex:
 Adults can wield stronger
change than students
or children can
Tattling vs Telling
 What is the difference?
 Sometimes hard to discern the difference
 Tattling: negative connotation
• Usually having to do with sharing small wrong
• Usually for issues that can be controlled
 Telling: positive connotation
• Usually reporting a serious issue
• Giving details of ongoing problem
Cyber Bullying
 Big problem in the world, especially in the US
 What is it?
 When using blogs or social media, be extremely careful
about what you are posting or sharing.
 Also be very careful who you share things with or who
can see your information
 Ex: Facebook settings; only allow people you trust and
want to share with, see and be able to post on your site
Cyber Bullying (continued)
 Once you put something on the Internet, it is global
 Once you click “post” or “send” it cannot be undone
 If someone is teasing you or spreading bad things
about you on the Internet things you can do:
 Many websites have a “report” option where you can tell the
manager about the issue and have the person removed or
item removed
 Close out your account to remove direct threat or access