Rights, Respect, Responsibility
Lesson 2: Bullying Is Never OK
The goal of this lesson is to get students to fully grasp the fact that bullying is never a good or okay thing to take part in and what to do if students come across bullying.
Lesson 3: Cut it Out Making Teasing and Bullying Stop
This lesson takes defining the word “bully” a step further. By the end of this lesson, students will have a broader definition of what bullying is, how to identify it, and how to respond effectively if students find they are being bullied.
Lesson 4: Seeking Help
The overall purpose of this lesson is to get students to understand the concept that teasing, touching, bullying, or being forced to touch someone else is never ok and is an important sign that help needs to be called upon right away.
Lesson 2: Teasing Harassment Bullying
This lesson defines teasing, harassing, and bullying through an open discussion between the teacher and students, having the teacher explain to students why these behaviors are extremely wrong by providing concrete examples.
Lesson 4: Taking a Stand Against Bullying
Teachers will demonstrate effective ways in which students could handle when they or someone they know is being teased, harassed, or bullied, and discuss different skills to take action.
Lesson 10: Being the Change
This lesson starts with a reminder about ground rules before students engage in a forced choice activity assessing their opinions about homophobia in their school.
Lesson 1: Creating a Safe School
This lesson looks at key criteria that can make students feel safe or unsafe at school, especially those who identify as LGBTQ.