The Importance Of Verbal Bullying At School

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VERBAL BULLYING AS ONE OF THE STRONGEST FACTORS CONTRIBUTING TO THE DECREASED IN THE AVERAGE GRADE AMONG SECOND YEAR OF NEGROS ORIENTAL HIGH SCHOOL IN THE YEAR 2014 Going to school with the sense of confidence and safety is significant for a better learning environment. The school atmosphere has a vital role in molding well-rounded students. But in a school like Negros Oriental High school, as the central Secondary of School of Negros Oriental Division, where students with different behaviors, disciplines, orientations and principles come together, chaos and negative factors that may affect student’s learning is a big possibility. There were various factors may affect student’s learning capacity. One of these factors that have threatened the students as well as the parents is the so called bullying. defines bullying as misbehavior,” [It] is a form of aggressive behavior in which someone intentionally and repeatedly causes another person [an] injury or discomfort. Bullying can take the form of physical contact, words or more subtle [discriminating] actions. The bullied individual typically has trouble defending him or herself and does nothing to ‘cause’ the bullying” (n.d.), thus it is bully alone who is the problem. Violent actions and violent words are common since in the very beginning. It emerges even before bullying is discovered and was being studied. Violence can be experience in any time, and in any place,
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