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Grade:

Grade 5
Activity: Health- Bullying
Goals/Key Questions
Goals: How will this lesson meet the overall goals of your overarching
question? What do you hope students will learn?
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Students will learn the effects of bullying


Prevention of bullying
Who to go for help if bullied

Objective (connected to PofS): Using the PofS connect your learning


goals to the curricular outcomes. What will students know by the end of this
lesson?
General Outcome:
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Students will make responsible and informed choices to maintain


health and to promote
safety for self and others
Students will develop effective interpersonal skills that demonstrate
responsibility, respect and caring in order to establish and maintain
healthy interactions.

Specific Outcomes:
- identify personal boundaries, and recognize that boundaries vary
depending on the nature of relationship, situation and culture
- apply mediation skills when resolving conflicts; e.g., recognize feelings
of others, allow others to express opinions
- develop strategies to address personal roles and responsibilities in
groups; e.g., dealing with conflict in group situations
Pre-lesson considerations
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iPads
Youtube video
Big sheet of poster paper (from the roll-ey cart)

Content:
What is the teacher doing?
Include Key questions, logistics, key
concepts that will be addressed,
methods of formative assessment

What are the students


doing?

Introduct
ion (how will
you engage
students?
Connections
to previous
learning?)

Time
est:
7 min

Address topic of bullying


Mature enough/Let students
know that this is an issue
that needs to be taken
seriously
Show Youtube video Who Will
Stop the Bullying?
https://www.youtube.com/w
atch?v=75gsCJaXTnQ
How did this video make you
feel?
Why?
What did you notice about the
bullies?
About the victim? What did she
do?
What did the adults do or say?
Why do you think people bully?
The Top 5 Reasons People Bully
1. Someone else is picking on
them
2. They are looking for
attention
3. They feel bad about
themselves and want other
people to feel bad too
4. They have no friends and
feel lonely
5. They want the people around
then to think they are strong
and tough

Transition
considerat
ions

Pull up letter

Activity 1

(add more if
needed)

Time est:

10 min

Read letter
Have students suggest what
Jodie should do
What advice do you have for
Jodie?
Have students close eyes,
put head down on desk, and
listen
Once students are quiet:
So there are different types of
bullying
Physical (punching, hitting)
Verbal (Name-calling,
threatening, teasing)
Psychological (spreading
rumours, excluding people
from a group or from
games)
Cyber (online bullyingemailing embarrassing
photos of people)
If you are being bullied,
confront them about it- look
them in the eye and firmly tell
them to stop. Say I want you
to stop right now.
Bullies usually go for an
easy target, and by firmly
telling them to stop, you are
showing that you are able to
stand up for yourself
Showing that you are
confident with who you are
Look at the bully straight in the
eye and look as if you know
something they dont
If you are bullied, please tell an
adult- could be parents,
relatives, teacher, school
counselor
If watching someone be bullied,

dont be a bystander
If its safe, step in and put a stop to
what the bully is doing

Transition
considerat
ions

Activity 2

Time Est:

23 in
Conclusio
n
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How will
you know
if students
learned
what you
hoped?
Connectio
ns to next
lesson

Have scenarios ready


Have students stand off to side
(make group of 3 then send
them to grab an iPad)
- Go through scenarios
- Choose groups of 3
Make a short video with your
assigned scenario
- Show how to film video? Or ask
student?
Share
Maybe can play on screen if
it can be connected?
If it cant be connected, can
extend video filming time
Put up giant poster on board and
have each group at a time write
down what they are proud of, and
one thing they learned from
bullying