Effective, just and humane responses to the causes and consequences of crime

BLYG0205 – Bullying and the Criminal Code

(Intended For: Secondary Grade Level) This activity addresses and explores the legal consequences of bullying particularly in relation to the Criminal Code of Canada. Includes references and links to the CCC for specific offences.

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BLYG0203 – Bullying: Empathy Activity

(Activity – Intended For: Secondary Grade Level) This activity explores the emotional impact of bullying and how bystanders might intervene. Includes student worksheets and a teacher’s guide.

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BLYG0204 – Bullying: Rules and Bylaws

(Activity – Intended For: Secondary Grade Level) This activity explores the purpose and effect of rules which govern behaviour within the school and in the community. A connection is made between classroom rules, school rules and responding to bullying. The activity culminates with students constructing and evaluating an anti-bullying rule for their classroom or school. Includes student worksheets and reference pages that provide information on bylaws and other approaches Alberta communities have used to address bullying.

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BLYG0101 – Bullying: Overview

(Document Type: Reference – Intended For: Teachers) The Overview is intended to provide a basic working knowledge of the subject of bullying: defining it, outlining the consequences and affected parties, how it might be prevented, and the legal aspects and implications.

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BLYG0201 – Bullying: Building a Definition

(Lesson – Intended For: Teachers, Secondary Grade Level) This package helps to facilitate a discussion of bullying. Students develop a functional definition, and develop and apply their understanding of bullying through several formative case studies. An additional activity aims to find examples of bullying in literature. Includes student worksheets, teacher’s guide and 2 pages suitable for printing as overhead transparencies.

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BLYG0202 – Bullying: Guidelines for Discussion

(Guide – Intended For: Teachers) This document offers guidelines for constructive, fair and respectful discussion with your students. While these guidelines are suitable for any type of discussion, they also help explore the topic of bullying specifically.

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