Information - Bystander Revolution\'s Physical Bullying Lesson (Middle School)
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How can students safely address incidents of physical bullying?
LEVEL: MIDDLE SCHOOL
Why do students have a hard time talking about being bullied physically?
Why is it important to tell someone if you’re being bullied?
Why might it be particularly important to get an adult involved with physical bullying?
What are examples of things you can do if you’re friends with someone who is physically bullying someone else?
In John Green’s video, he says he thinks that, deep down, nobody wants to be a bully. Why do you think some people bully others physically?
After the fact, how can you help someone who’s been physically bullied?
Why is it important for bystanders to do something when they see physical bullying?
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