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Cyber Bullying

Author:Ashley Leonard and Amber Beaver


Date created: 2/21/16

PLANNING
Essential Question

What is cyber bullying

What to do if you are being bullied online

What to do if you are a cyber bully

Topic or Unit of Study Cyber Bullying


Grade/Level 3-5
Subject(s)
CT Approval/ Date

21ST CENTURY SKILLS AND TECHNOLOGY TOOLS


Standards

NCCCS Standards - 3.SE.1, 4.SE.1 and 5.SE.1


Nets-S - Standard 5
Nets-T - Standard 4
NC Professional Teaching Standards Standard 2
For students to grasp an understanding of all
forms of bullying not just physical bullying.
To learn what to do in case bullying is happening
to them or they see it happening to someone else
To learn ways to not be a bully if you are the one
bullying others.

Learning
Targets/Objectives

Technology Tools

Prezi

Google Forms

< Click here for attendance form

Assessment/Rubrics
There will be a summative assessment where children show skits and
posters showing what they have learned.

IMPLEMENTATION

Introduction to Lesson Talk about different types of bullying and how cyber bullying fits

in.
Teacher Input

Prezi

<Click for Prezi

Guided Practice

Teacher led discussion about cyber bullying


Independent Practice

Students break up into groups (4-10 people per group)


and come up with their own skits showing bullying as it applies to
real life and cyber

Work as a group to make an Anti-Cyber Bullying Poster

Differentiated Instruction

AIG : Could you be a bully and not realize it? What is some language we
could use that could be taken the wrong way?
EC : Talk about a time we may have been bullied, and how that made us
feel.
ELL : Talk about bullying language and how to recognize what is
friendly/joking and what is bullying?
Closure Talk about ways we can prevent cyber bullying

Talk about what we can do if we are bullied


What SHOULD we do? What should we NOT do?
Talk about resources for bullies.
Time Allotment 1Hour

MATERIALS AND RESOURCES


Instructional Materials Computer and internet access

Access to a room or location to present


Prezi/Google Forms
Paper/pencil for writing skits
Poster board and markers for posters
Resources

References
Are you cyberbullying? (n.d.). Retrieved February 25, 2016,
from
https://www.kidshelpphone.ca/Teens/InfoBooth/Bullying/Cyb
erbullying/Are-You-Cyberbullying.aspx

Bullying Definition. (n.d.). Retrieved February 25, 2016, from


http://www.stopbullying.gov/what-is-bullying/definition/
ISTE Standards for Students. (n.d.). Retrieved February 25,
2016, from http://www.iste.org/standards/ISTEstandards/standards-for-students
NC ESSENTIAL STANDARDS. (n.d.). Retrieved February
25, 2016, from
http://www.ncpublicschools.org/acre/standards/newstandards/#it
Stand Up to Cyberbullying. (n.d.). Retrieved February 25,
2016, from https://www.youtube.com/watch?
v=lN2fuKPDzHA
Standards for Teachers. (n.d.). Retrieved February 25, 2016,
from http://www.iste.org/standards/ISTEstandards/standards-for-teachers
What is Cyberbullying. (n.d.). Retrieved February 25, 2016,
from http://www.stopbullying.gov/cyberbullying/what-isit/index.html
Whats Cyberbullying? (3-5) | Common Sense Media. (n.d.).
Retrieved February 25, 2016, from
https://www.commonsensemedia.org/educators/lesson/what
s-cyberbullying-3-5

REFLECTION

Authors comments and


reflection

Summation of resources (human and monetary) needed for the event


See materials list above

Proposal for acquisition of resources

In todays society we are having to face a number of different ways in which children are bullied.
We are proposing for you to allow us to have access to the materials and resources listed above to
be able to give the presentation on cyberbullying. The presentations would be given one grade
level at a time for grades 3-5 and will be a hands on demonstration of how cyberbullying happens
and what to do about it. The children will create skits and posters with a group to show that they
understand fully about cyberbullying. We thank you for allowing us the use of your school and
materials to be able to cover such an important topic for our most vulnerable citizens.