Friends & Allies Recommended for grades 4,5,6

This course can be a nice complement to an existing bullying prevention program in your school, or it can act as a stand-alone program that will teach students how to develop positive peer relationships and how to handle negative ones.

Students will identify the qualities that make up a good friend and, by using empathy, students will better understand how put-ups and put-downs impact relationships. Students will also be introduced to the various forms of bullying and the roles a person plays when there is bullying behavior. Anti-bullying strategies will be outlined, with an emphasis on how to band together with friends and allies to stop bullying together.

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TOPICS COVERED

  • Put-ups versus put-downs
  • Empathy and Group Think
  • Definition of bullying
  • Roles involved in bullying: bully, target, ally, bystander
  • Anti-bullying strategies

OBJECTIVES

  • Students will be able to identify positive qualities of a friend
  • Students will be able to give examples of put-ups and put-downs
  • Students will be able to define empathy
  • Students will be able to define group think and give examples of positive and negative types of group think
  • Students will be able to define bullying and list different types of bullying
  • Students will be able to identify the four roles people play in a bullying situation
  • Students will be able to explain several anti-bullying strategies

 

NATIONAL STANDARDS MET:

  • Standard 1: Students will comprehend concepts related to health promotion and disease prevention to enhance health
  • Standard 2: Students will analyze the influence of family, peers, culture, media, technology, and other factors on health behavior
  • Standard 5: Students will demonstrate the ability to use goal-setting skills to enhance health
  • Standard 7: Students will demonstrate the ability to practice health-enhancing behaviors and avoid or reduce health risks
  • Standard 8: Students will demonstrate the ability to advocate for personal, family, and community health

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ACTIVITIES AND ASSIGNMENTS

Friends & Allies Digital Instruction30m
STUDENT ASSIGNMENTS:
Asking for Help 15m
The Bullying Dictionary 30m
“While you Watch” Worksheet 15m
Writing Assignments 45m
CLASSROOM ACTIVITIES
Being a Good Friend 30m
Doing the Right Thing 45m
Exploring Emotions 30m
Friendly Mural 60m
Happy Grams 15m
Kids Bullying Kids 30m
Role Playing: Difficult Social Situations 30m
Role Playing: What do you do? What if it’s you? 45m
Superstar of the Week 45m
Understanding Needs and Feelings 30m
Using Literature to Teach about Bullying 30m
What Makes a Friend 45m

Program Licensing includes access to the following resources for one year:

  • e-Learning classroom instruction
  • Student Assignments
  • Classroom Activities
  • Assessments

Project + Print Access

Individual Health World programs are $50. The course material will be in Project + Print Access, this allows educators to project and review the course material with the class and then provide students with printable assignments to complete. When purchasing Project + Print Access the fees associated are per school.

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Pricing: $50.00

TOPIC BUNDLE

If you would like to purchase all courses in the Bullying & Conflict Resolution category, you can purchase our Bullying & Conflict Resolution Bundle!

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If you are interested in more than three Health World programs or building an entire curriculum for your school, district or home school organization, we also offer volume discount deals.

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