Anti-Bullying Lesson Plans & Resources Chapter Exam

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Question 1 1. What is the most effective way to teacher students about peer pressure?

Question 2 2.

Which of the following would be grounds for immediate reporting to law enforcement?

I. Threats of violence via a text message

II. An image that looks like child pornography being circulated via e-mail

III. A picture of a hate crime being posted on social media

Question 3 3. Approximately how many active gangs are there currently in the United States?

Question 4 4. What is cyberbullying?

Question 5 5. Why does positive peer pressure work?

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Question 6 6. What are some physical effects that parents can experience when their children are getting bullied?

Question 7 7. Which states currently do not have anti-bullying laws?

Question 8 8. Which characteristic best identifies David in the novel Bystander?

Question 9 9. Which of the following is a reaction that a victim of bullying might have?

Question 10 10. Which of the following strategies for addressing the porcupine dilemma as it pertains to bullying involves gathering the entire school for a special event to creatively and comprehensively integrate the porcupine dilemma into a school-wide comprehensive bullying prevention program?

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Question 11 11. If you are being bullied, you are a _____ and you need to get help from an adult.

Question 12 12. Sexism can happen to _____.

Question 13 13. Why is it important to talk to kids about bullying?

Question 14 14. What is a major source of emotional bullying among people today?

Question 15 15. While anyone can be influenced by peers, the following group is particularly vulnerable

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Question 16 16. Many children do not intervene when they witness or hear about bullying because _____.

Question 17 17. Why should you share your own definition and classroom policies about bullying with your students?

Question 18 18. Which of the following is an academic consequence of bullying?

Question 19 19. Identify the three best ways in which to prevent peer pressure.

Question 20 20. In The Bully, what makes Darrell an easy target for a bully?

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Question 21 21. When Handy has to transfer to a new school in Don't Feed the Bully, he is surprised to see what sitting in the middle of his new classroom?

Question 22 22. What is NOT a reason for bias?

Question 23 23. Barbara Coloroso identifies this as one of the traits of the bully:

Question 24 24. Why are assemblies or lectures on peer pressure ineffective in prevention?

Question 25 25. Cyberbullying DOES NOT occur via:

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Question 26 26. A local school has noticed that certain groups of students are wearing distinct colored clothing to school on a regular basis. Which of the following reasonable actions could they take in order to discourage gang formation and activity?

Question 27 27. Which of the following does NOT offer help for victims of cyberbullying?

Question 28 28. Who did the Peabody Journal of Education study say was the most likely to have a positive influence on another teen's recovery from substance abuse?

Question 29 29. What are some emotional traits that parents or guardians should look for in a child who is being bullied?

Question 30 30. Which state enacted the first cyber-bullying legislation?

Anti-Bullying Lesson Plans & Resources Chapter Exam Instructions

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