Some people may think, what can we do to stop this from happening? You as a parent or teacher can. First of all, bullying can start at home. When your child is at home they can experience abuse which is soon brought to school. The parents should not let that happen.
Firstly, the students will learn strategies how to handle teasing (verbal bullying using words). There are 14 steps; do not ignore the teasing, do not just walk away to avoid getting teased more, do not ask the people right away to avoid retaliation, do not tease them back to avoid trouble, do not banter to avoid someone get upset, do not act like the bullies bothers you to make them bored, act like what they said was lame or stupid to embarrass them, give a short verbal comeback and get ready with a few of them and have to make sure the comebacks make sense (e.g. ‘Whatever!’, ‘And?’, ‘So what!’ etc. ), give nonverbal comeback (e.g. rolling eyes, shrugging shoulders etc.)
You walk down the hallways at school like you do every morning. You her other girls snicker as you walk by. The guys hangout out near the water fountain become silent as you walk by. You walk into the room of your first class and everyone stops what they are doing and stare at you. You have no idea why.
Bullying can be a serious problem. It occurs when someone is making fun of someone else because they either don’t like them or are jealous and want to make someone else feel bad to make them feel better. Bullying can mentally break someone down. You could be the reason someone dreads coming to school. A bully can make someone lose all of their friends.
I was scared to go to school because I didn't want her to get mad at me again. She still weeks later asks my friend to do things in front of me purposely leaving me out. It is awkward and uncomfortable. This girl still goes out of her way to make sure I am left out of
I’d help them deal with the bully and help them speak up to him/her. In a case when I’m not around and I’m busy, I’d give them steps to deal with the problem. I would first tell them to first ignore the bully. If that doesn’t work, I’d tell them next to be brave and to stand up to the bully, letting them know that he/she isn’t alone. I’d also tell them not to bully back because that would make everything worse, and he/she would also become a bully.
For example the little ones walking home in the dark. This can be solve by calling a parent or another one of your guardian a head a time before school ends so the parents know to come pick up their kids so they are not walking home in the dark, also not having enough time doing your homework. This one I understand but if you are waiting for your parent or your guardian to pick you up from school maybe that will give you enough time to start on your homework or maybe even finish it. Conclusion “When the pros and cons are weighed, the conclusion is obvious” if a couple of students are wanting a little more time before going to school. School should start later because the kids won’t have issues getting up in the morning, it will increase the mood, and they will even have better
After walking back from watching a movie with my friends a group of troublemakers had approached us asking “where are you from?” stunned by the question I had turned to my friends no even fazed walking the group of thief’s. I shortly followed them pushing past the group and after we had walked past them my friends started to make fun of me for putting my hands up. But in that situation if my friends were to speak up or if I made a comment they didn’t like they could have pulled out a gun and ended us right there, I wasn’t complacent with what they were doing but in that case, silence was the best
For example, if you are a teacher and the first time you speak to a young person is to chastise them then the less likely the child will want to form a bond with you, trust you or even want to communicate with you. You should always try to have eye contact when speaking to a young person and may be a good idea to get down to their eye level so you are not looking down/towering