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Anatomy of Bullying

TASK

You must choose one of the following: 

Presentation.  You and or your group must give a presentation to a class.  In the presentation you must:  clearly define bullying, promote group discussion(s) using examples of bullying, use visual aids, and examine the strategies used by both the victim and the bully.  Your presentation must use Power Point.

Dramatization.  You and your group will write and perform a play, puppet show, or skit that deals with bullying.  In the performance you must clearly identify the bully, onlookers, the victim, and the strategies used.  You will also be responsible for answering questions from the audience.  

Ad Campaign.  You can use any or all media forums.  IE: Magazine, radio(audio), TV(video), or poster.  Your campaign must have at least one ad for each type of bullying.  The goal of your campaign is to make people think about their behavior and educate them about strategies to deal with bullying.  You will also be responsible for launching your campaign in a presentation to a class.

Essay.  Your task is to write a short story (1-3 pgs) that will explore the bullying process.  In your writing you must : 1.  clearly identify the bully, victim, and any third party involved; Strategies used by both the victim and bully.  Your essay must be emailed to me in Microsoft Word.

Survey.  This survey must take a random sample of the entire school.  The goal of the survey is to determine how big an issue bullying is, and which type occurs most often.  The mean, median and mode should be provided with your data, and Microsoft Exel should be used to display a graph representing the data.

All the information you will need is included in the pages of this web site and the links provided.  Remember that all student work will be published to this web site.

EVALUATION

                            Bullying


Teacher name: Mr. Chiasson

Student Name ___________________

CATEGORY 4 3 2 1
Writing/Creating Process Student devotes a lot of time and effort to the writing process (prewriting, drafting, reviewing, and editing). Works hard to make a meaningful piece. Student devotes sufficient time and effort to the writing process (prewriting, drafting, reviewing, and editing). Works and gets the job done. Student devotes some time and effort to the writing process but was not very thorough. Does enough to get by. Student devotes little time and effort to the writing process. Doesn't seem to care.
Neatness The final draft of the piece is readable, clean, neat and attractive.  It looks like the author took great pride in it. The final draft of the story is readable, neat and attractive. It may have one or two errors, but they are not distracting. It looks like the author took some pride in it. The final draft of the story is readable and some of it is attractive. It looks like parts of it might have been done in a hurry. The final draft is not neat or attractive. It looks like the student just wanted to get it done..
Requirements All of the  requirements outlined in the task were met. Almost all (about 90%) the  requirements outlined in the task  were met. Most (about 75%) of the requirements were met, but several were not. Many requirements were not met.
Presentation Made an impact on the audience. Kept the attention of the audience Had the attention of the audience at times Did not have the audience's attention.
 

CONCLUSION

You have completed your task.  Please see the homework chart for deadlines.  You work can be emailed to me at jchiasso@staff.ednet.ns.ca .

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By J. Chiasson, Teacher Technology Mentor, Pentz Elementary School, Pentz, Nova Scotia, Canada jchiasso@staff.ednet.ns.ca   March 12, 2004.