I have had SO much interest in my The Bully is Back in Town post from nearly 4 years ago! It was one of my firsts.
There were pieces of it I loved and pieces that I hated myself a little bit for also. When I began counseling, our head of school at the time was big on creating or having or using some sort of “bullying program.” I know I make it very clear often that I don’t really LOVE (in fact really dislike) using the word bullying. But sometimes, you gotta do what you gotta do to make certain people happy.
Anyways . . . I created the lesson The Bully is Back in Town to help clarify some common bullying misconceptions and help the boys turn more to conflict resolution and less to blame. I created a flipchart full of bullying information and followed the lesson up with a partner practice game. After posting about this lesson I received almost 100 requests for the flipchart.
I’m not a computer genius and struggled for quite some time trying to figure out how to get a good format for this Activ Studio Flipchart. I finally decided to just turn the whole thing into a PDF.
I have the PDF file below, as well as a slide preview (just a few slides since you can download the whole thing free). If you are curious how to use this resource or want to see the initial lesson, check it out right here.
Preview of The Bully is Back in Town
Download the PDF file here.
Thank you, thank you, thank you to everyone for showing SO much interest in this topic. It makes me thankful that I created this lesson even if did have one of my “bad” words in it :).