• Definition of Bullying:

    Bullying is defined as intentional, repeated harmful physical acts, words, or other behavior such as name calling, threatening
    , and/or shunning committed by one or more persons against another.
     


    Types of Bullying:
    verbal
    • Verbal (Anything that is offensive or threatening that may involve harm to another's group acceptance.)
      • Examples
        • teasing
        • threatening
        • name calling
        • gossiping
        • spreading rumors
        • public humiliation
        • not including others in groups
        • playing mean or hurtful tricks
          physical
    • Physical (It is against the law to physically bully someone. You could face criminal charges and school discipline.)
      • Examples
        • hitting
        • kicking
        • slapping
        • pinching
        • biting
        • poking
        • choking
        • destroying personal belongings
          Social
    • Social (Involves harm to another's group acceptance)
      • Examples
        • gossiping
        • spreading rumors
        • public humiliation
        • not including others in groups
        • playing mean tricks
          cyber
    • Cyber (Using different electronic devices)
      • Examples
        • Internet
        • Mobile Phones
        • Social Media


     
    Consequences of Bullying:
    • could be kicked out of school
    • may not get an education
    • will have trouble finding a job
    • may get involved in criminal activity
    • may go to jail
    • may never own a car
    • may never own a house