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Matters of Opinion, Bullying by Carla Mooney, Printed (9781603578578)
Item #24391831
Model #9781603578578
  • Text contains critical thinking components and argumentative techniques for social issues and history
  • Explores pros and cons of several issues related to bullying including; who’s to blame, prevention programs, and punishments
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Halt bullying in its tracks by providing visual support to kids who don't know how to handle conflict effectively. Choose from games and posters that let kids learn how to recognize bullying when they see it. Provide examples to show kids how to respond to and stop bullying.

Interactive Learning
Use an anti-bullying game in the classroom to help elementary school-age kids understand which playground behaviors are positive and which are negative. When a bullying incident occurs, this type of game allows you to help children understand each other's point of view, and gives kids language to discuss what has happened. Use this type of game to empower children so that they're able to recognize bullying when they see it and intervene. Games are a powerful way to teach kids how to model good behavior.

Engaging Visuals
Display full-color posters in classrooms and hallways to make it clear where you stand on the issue of bullying. These powerful posters remind everyone just what kind of behavior is unacceptable in your school and provide victims with strategies to deal with bullying behavior. Pair these posters with life skills books that offer guidelines on building character, understanding emotional behavior, and developing good manners.

Improve Conflict-Resolution Skills
Help kids learn valuable conflict-resolution strategies when you hang bold, heavy-duty posters around your classroom. Posters explain what it means to work as part of a team, the causes of conflict, how to resolve conflict, and how to manage anger, all in strong colors and eye-catching fonts. Each poster contains a provocative question to use as a basis for classroom discussion.