In this lesson, students plan an anti-bullying campaign. They review why bullying is wrong and make and wear badges to help share what they’ve learned with others. They also take home a family sheet to help them talk about bullying with their parents or guardians.
Students will be able to:
- Demonstrate how to effectively tell a trusted adult if they are bullied or witness someone being bullied.
- Make requests to prevent bullying.
- Demonstrate how to encourage peers to prevent bullying.
- social awareness
- relationship skills
- responsible decision making
Healthy Behavior Outcomes
- V-3: Avoid bullying or being a bystander to bullying.
- V-7: Get help to prevent or stop violence, including harassment, abuse, bullying, hazing, fighting, and hate crimes.
- V-9: Get help to stop being subjected to violence or physical abuse.
National Health Education Standards
- Standard 1: Comprehending Concepts
- Performance Indicator 1.2.1: Identify that healthy behaviors impact personal health.
- Standard 4: Communication
- Performance Indicator 4.2.3: Demonstrate ways to respond in an unwanted, threatening, or dangerous situation.
- Performance Indicator 4.2.4: Demonstrate ways to tell a trusted adult if threatened or harmed.
- Standard 8: Advocacy
- Performance Indicator 8.2.1: Make requests to promote personal health.
- Performance Indicator 8.2.2: Encourage peers to make positive health choices.