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No Name-Calling: Building a Bully-Free Building (Grades 1-5)
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This lesson helps students begin to think about what a school without ...

This lesson helps students begin to think about what a school without name-calling and bullying might look and sound like. Students will engage in a guided fantasy activity on this topic, and will then extend their ideas into a group-created plan for what their ideal 'bully-free' school would look like and sound like.

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No Name-Calling: Blow the Whistle on Name-Calling (K-5)
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This lesson is designed for use in the Physical Education class. The ...

This lesson is designed for use in the Physical Education class. The objectives of this short lesson are to:raise students' awareness about the effects of name-calling; have students learn the names of classmates; review Safe Sports Space Rules; elicit a commitment from students to stop name-calling in physical education class.

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No Name-Calling: Beauty Is Skin Deep (Grade 5)
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Students reflect on the ways in which they have experienced or participated ...

Students reflect on the ways in which they have experienced or participated in namecalling based on physical appearance, and the ways in which expectations about appearance in our society affect us. They learn about media literacy and examine media images for 'attractiveness messages' that consciously and unconsciously impact our attitudes and behavior toward others. Students learn about Turn Beauty Inside Out Day, write essays about people in their lives who are beautiful Ňinside and out,Ó and think about other ways to get beyond appearance as a dominant force in their social lives.

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No Name-Calling: Beauty Is Skin Deep (Grades 6-8)
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Students reflect on the ways in which they have experienced or participated ...

Students reflect on the ways in which they have experienced or participated in
name-calling based on physical appearance, and the ways in which expectations about
appearance in our society affect us. They learn about media literacy and examine media images
for “attractiveness messages” that consciously and unconsciously impact our attitudes and
behavior toward others. Students learn about Turn Beauty Inside Out Day, write essays about
people in their lives who are beautiful “inside and out,” and think about other ways to get beyond
appearance as a dominant force in their social lives

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No Name-Calling: Beauty Is Skin Deep (Grade 9)
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Students reflect on the ways in which they have experienced or participated ...

Students reflect on the ways in which they have experienced or participated in
name
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calling based on physical appearance, and the ways in which expectations about
appearance in our society affect us. They learn
about media literacy and examine media images
for “attractiveness messages” that consciously and unconsciously impact our attitudes and
behavior toward others. Students learn about
Turn Beauty Inside Out Day
, write essays about
people in their lives who are beautiful “inside and out,” and think about other ways to get beyond
appearance as a dominant force in their social lives.

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No Name-Calling: Are You Part Of The In Crowd? (9th Grade)
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Students think about the impact of group labels and social hierarchies on ...

Students think about the impact of group labels and social hierarchies on their
sense of identity, self
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esteem, and the way they socialize with others. Thr
ough discussion, poetry
and per
sonal narrative, students explore ways to bridge the social boundarie
s at their school.
They learn about Mix It Up, a project that challenges students to move beyond cliques by
socializing with people from a variety of groups, and plan a Mix It Up event for their school.

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No Name-Calling: A Garden of Kindness
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Students will gain an understanding of the importance of kindness as a ...

Students will gain an understanding of the importance of kindness as a tool to end name-calling in schools. Students will help raise awareness of the importance of kindness as a tool to end name-calling in schools.

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No Name-Calling: Are You Part Of The In Crowd? (Middle School)
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Students think about the impact of group labels and social hierarchies on ...

Students think about the impact of group labels and social hierarchies on their sense of identity, self-esteem, and the way they socialize with others. Through discussion, poetry and personal narrative, students explore ways to bridge the social boundaries at their school. They learn about Mix It Up, a project that challenges students to move beyond cliques by socializing with people from a variety of groups, and plan a Mix It Up event for their school.

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No Name-Calling: Book Talk - Pinky and Rex and the Bully
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This book talk is based on the book Pinky and Rex and ...

This book talk is based on the book Pinky and Rex and the Bully. In the story, Pinky is teased because his favorite color is pink and his best friend is a girl. Pinky has to decide whether he will stay true to himself, his best friend and his favorite color. The book provides an opportunity to explore name-calling and put-downs at a developmentally appropriate level. In addition to providing an anti-bullying message the lesson helps build confidence for students to remain true to who they are.

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No Name-Calling: Elementary Lesson Plans
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These lessons are designed to give younger students an opportunity to engage ...

These lessons are designed to give younger students an opportunity to engage in activities that teach them about tolerance, respect, and understanding and to help them reflect on what they've learned. There are simple steps we can all take to help eliminate name-calling and bullying. These lesson plans are intended to help with those steps.

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Elementary Education
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No Name-Calling: It's All in a Name
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This lesson focuses on what names are, why they are important to ...

This lesson focuses on what names are, why they are important to us, and what the differences are between names that feel good to hear, and names that feel bad to hear (Put-ups v.. Put-downs). It provides students the opportunity to define for themselves what they like and don't like to be called.

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No Name-Calling: I Was Just Kidding!
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Students are asked to consider the difference between good-natured teasing and bullying ...

Students are asked to consider the difference between good-natured teasing and bullying through discussion of fictional scenarios and reflection on real-life situations. Students are provided with concrete guidelines that help them to understand when harmless joking has crossed the line to become disrespectful or mean.

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No Name-Calling: Middle School Lesson Plans
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Find a variety of middle school lessons centered on teaching respect and ...

Find a variety of middle school lessons centered on teaching respect and inclusion. Anyone who wants to work towards eliminating harmful name-calling, harassment and bullying in their school can use these lessons and activities.

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No Name-Calling: Shirts of Empowerment
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Invite students to decorate shirts with a name that they have been ...

Invite students to decorate shirts with a name that they have been called, or have heard other students being called. Ask them to be conscious of the effects these words may have on other students. Be sure to support students and make sure they are using these words to express their dislike for being called names, and not to further bully other students. Once the shirts have been decorated, students can wear them for the day or you can display them in a public setting such as the school library or cafeteria. Let students know that although you may not see it normally on students, others may make them wear these labels daily when they are name_called or bullied.

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No Name-Calling: Staying Safe in the Face of Name-Calling
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This lesson provides students with concrete strategies for what to do if ...

This lesson provides students with concrete strategies for what to do if they are being called names or bullied so that they can stay safe and healthy. Students will work cooperatively to really flesh out the four elements of SAFE, and will complete individual storyboards to illustrate the use of one of the four strategies to deal with a bullying situation.

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