Ch 7: Anti-Bullying Campaigns & Activities

About This Chapter

In some cases, teachers need to cover non-academic subjects with their students. One major subject that many schools focus on with their students is bullying: what constitutes it, how to prevent it and how to make students more aware of it. Share the activities and information outlined in this chapter to help you relate anti-bullying tactics to your students.

Anti-Bullying Campaigns & Activities - Chapter Summary

The lessons in this chapter provide you with several suggestions and ideas to help you find ways to teach your students about bullying and how they can prevent it. Get instructions about how to develop anti-bullying policies, prepare topics and activities for assemblies, write essays and come up with campaigns to fight bullying in your classroom and in your school. Helpful video and text lessons provide detailed outlines for these and other activities that will fully engage your students and introduce fun and creative ways to approach this topic.

How It Helps

  • Builds awareness - Increases student awareness of bullying and the importance of preventing it in their school.
  • Engages students: Keeps students interested in the topic by providing creative outlets for them to express their ideas about anti-bullying practices.
  • Enhances student understanding - Builds students' knowledge about what defines bullying and the negative effects of it on their school.

Skills Covered

By the end of this chapter, you will be able to:

  • Formulate anti-bullying policies in your classroom
  • Assign anti-bullying essay topics to your students
  • Share project ideas, such as posters and crafts, to help students learn about anti-bullying practices
  • Create anti-bullying campaigns
  • Help students write anti-bullying songs and poems
  • Engage students in relevant activities during No Name-Calling Week

9 Lessons in Chapter 7: Anti-Bullying Campaigns & Activities
Anti-Bullying Poster Ideas

1. Anti-Bullying Poster Ideas

Are you teaching an anti-bullying curriculum? Is your school sponsoring an anti-bullying program? This article provides a few ideas for posters can that be created by students to support an anti-bullying theme.

Anti-Bullying Campaign Ideas

2. Anti-Bullying Campaign Ideas

An anti-bullying campaign can bring a school community together, and get students actively involved in the fight to put an end to bullying. From peer support systems to celebrating diversity, there's a lot we can do to prevent or reduce bullying.

Anti-Bullying Poems & Songs

3. Anti-Bullying Poems & Songs

Bullying is a problem in school today. This lesson discusses different ways to use music and poetry to promote an anti-bullying message and engage students.

Anti-Bullying Projects & Crafts

4. Anti-Bullying Projects & Crafts

Bullying is a largely preventable problem. Why not integrate anti-bullying efforts in your instruction? These ideas for anti-bullying projects and crafts will help you accomplish this goal.

Anti-Bullying Policy Template

5. Anti-Bullying Policy Template

Every school should have an anti-bullying program in place. The first thing you should create is a policy that clearly outlines your school's anti-bullying efforts. This lesson will provide a template you can use to create your school's policy.

Anti-Bullying Assembly Ideas

6. Anti-Bullying Assembly Ideas

Bullying is a pervasive problem in schools around the world. Its effects can be devastating for students and the school as a whole. These assembly ideas are geared toward raising awareness and preventing bullying.

Anti-Bullying Week Ideas

7. Anti-Bullying Week Ideas

Is your school having an anti-bullying week? Need some ideas for school, or classroom, activities and events? This lesson provides some ideas that can be modified to meet your specific needs.

Bullying Essay Topics

8. Bullying Essay Topics

Bullying is a hurtful and destructive behavior that is growing in frequency in our schools. Educating students to recognize bullying and knowing how to stand up to bullies is critical to protecting them. Use the questions below to encourage students to understand bullying and be more powerful against it.

No Name Calling Week Activities

9. No Name Calling Week Activities

Instituting a No Name Calling Week can be a great way to tackle the problem in your school and bring a community together. Get your students involved in the following activities during such a week.

Chapter Practice Exam
Test your knowledge of this chapter with a 30 question practice chapter exam.
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Practice Final Exam
Test your knowledge of the entire course with a 50 question practice final exam.
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