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Book Response and Reflection Judy Blume wrote a story entitled as Blubber, and has been customarily being read in class to students in fifth grade. The story revolves around a girl named Jill who was in her fifth grade in school where she experienced severe bullying in school. She also had a classmate named Linda who was
giving the former an opportunity to give her apologies to the latter. where she became a bully herself from then on. Jill together with all their classmates had continuously bullied Linda. With the use of Linda’s situation. Jill joined in teasing Linda instead of her stopping it. there will be a talk between Jill and Linda. Two periods will be allotted for the said activity. This way.overweight. The opinion of Linda should also be taken in order for them to admit that there is really a bad effect when adult supervision is lacking. giving a report during class about whale blubber. wherein they will put themselves in the position of Linda in order for them to understand her situation and how it affects her life as well as its consequences. all the students are required to give a reflection paper as Linda. . they will then make a plan which they will follow when they witness someone being bullied or when they themselves are being bullied. A bully in class passed around class a note stating that such a name should be called to her. In the activity proposed for class. Lastly. they will be able to see the differences that will happen upon putting a stop to the act of bullying. Until the end of the story.
Write a one-page reflection about the book. taking Linda’s shoes. • Enlighten Jill of what Linda feels each day.Lesson Plan Monday: Tuesday: Read in class the story of Blubber by Judy Blume Conclude reading Blubber Start with their reflection paper. giving an explanation of her acts. putting themselves in the Wednesday: shoes of Linda. write the plan of action that the school made in ensuring that the bullies in the school will never go unpunished. • Permit Linda to talk to Jill and let her say sorry to Linda. Thursday: Friday: Finalize the reflection paper and edit it. . Share in class their reflection. anticipating every lunch time. Instructions: • Take Linda’s viewpoint in the story. no adult will be there to protect her when the bullies come • On another paper.
References Blume. Blubber. (1974). New York: Bradbury.• Summarize a thorough plan you yourself would make once you see someone being bullied or when someone bullies you. . J.