“SHE BULLIED ME!” You know the problem. Your sweet students using the word “bullying” to describe any kind of conflict that results in discomfort or hurt feelings. This lesson helps students to better understand four types of conflict they will likely experience in school and life:
• A quick 3 question pre/post assessment to use for data collection and gauging student mastery.
• A 10 slide animated PowerPoint for introducing + explaining the vocabulary and giving examples
• Sorting cards activity: Printable cards with descriptors for each type of conflict and two examples of each for students to match/sort with the correct type (15 cards total). Perfect for pairs or small groups and also works great as a center/rotation!
• A flow chart/anchor chart for helping students determine what type of conflict they are experienced. Four 11×14 styles included (two different color schemes each with and without reference to Kelso’s Choices).
*Includes PowerPoints compatible for PCs, MACs, and uploading to Google Slides. Google Slides version does not include animations.*
“I loved this lesson! It amazed me how many of my students did not know the differences between bullying and the rest. This was a great lesson and made my lesson planning a breeze! I would definitely recommend!”
“Many students struggle with identifying what is and isn’t bullying and this product covers all the bases. I love the simplicity and how to the point it is! My students love the graphics and relevant examples. Thank you for creating a fantastic product!”
“Excellent – really helped my students understand the sometimes subtle differences between different types of conflict, and that not everything is bullying!”
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What others are saying...
“I love this resource! This is s great way to teach about bullying, but really help students understand that every disagreement or unkind word does not always mean you are being bullied. Great examples and explanations!”
“This is the best lesson I’ve presented this year! The students were very engaged, the teachers loved it (and even stated that I should present it to parents!), and it gave everyone common language and definitions. I highly recommend this!!”
“My students loved this lesson! It really helped them break up the different kinds of conflict in their minds rather than just referring to everything as a problem, they are able to tell me the severity of the problem based on these four categories. The powerpoint is helpful and allows the students to visualize and practice what they learned.”