First, write an answer to the questions in your blue notebook. make at least three sentences for each answer. Write for 10 minutes.
- What is a bully? When you hear that word, what do you think of?
- Can somebody be a bully without meaning to be?
A BULLY is…a person who harms, or threatens to harm, other people who are weaker, smaller or less powerful than they are.
A VICTIM is…a person who is harmed, or threatened with harm, by a bully
- Physical bullying
- Emotional/psychological bullying
- verbal bullying
- Cyber bullying
More key words:
- school violence
- school safety
Final term assessment: Show your understanding of bullying
You are an artist. You’ve been hired by a large school to create an informative poster to educate students about the bullying issue. The school has had many bullying problems lately, and they want to make students aware of the issue.
Your design will be placed in in high school classrooms, hallways, canteen, front office and gym. So, it needs to be attractive, eye catching and appropriate.
- For your work, you must choose one type of bullying to focus on: Cyber, physical, psychological or verbal.
- The poster must correctly use four of the words form the list of “more key words” above.
- The poster must be A3 (large) size
- This will be a multicolor poster. At lest 2/3 of the poster will be color, not white.
- Your poster will have a title.
- You may use collage (things you cut out from magazines), photos, printed images, or any kind of 2-D material.
- Your poster should be directed at high school kids, not elementary kids.
Four short answers. These are to be done with complete sentences, one or more paragraphs for each answer. A paragraph has at least three sentences. Use pen please.
Which kind of bullying did you choose? Why did you choose this type?
What is the message you try to communicate with your poster?
Explain the colors and images you chose. Why did you choose them?
Which key words does your poster have? Why did you include those particular ones?