Bullying
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  • Question 1
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    What is an upstander?

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    Someone who speaks or acts in support of an individual

    Someone who stands up all day long

    Someone who does nothing when someone is being bullied

    Someone who sometimes helps people in trouble but usually doesn't do anything

  • Question 2
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    What is a bystander?

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    Someone who stands up for someone who is being bullied

    Someone who sees or knows about bullying but does not try to help stop the bullying

    Someone who bullies others every single day

    Someone who does not want to get in trouble for bullying another person at school

  • Question 3
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    What should children and teens do if they see another kid being bullied? (Select all that apply)

    answer choices

    Leave and get help from an adult

    Speak up while remaining polite

    Try to fight the bully so that it will stop

    Reach out to support the person being bullied

  • Question 4
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    Which are examples of bullying? (Select all that apply)

    answer choices

    Teasing/Name-calling

    Physical threats and violence

    Differing opinions on an important topic

    Social attacks on someone's reputation

  • Question 5
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    Q.

    Why might someone bully others? (Select all that apply)

    answer choices

    Desire for power

    Desire for popularity

    Problems at home/in their lives

    They are confused all of the time

  • Question 6
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    True or False: Most bullying happens in middle school.

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    False

    True

  • Question 7
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    True or False: Persistent bullying causes both the bully and the person being bullied to have an increased risk for depression.

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    True

    False

  • Question 8
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    True or False: According to research, girls are bullied more than boys.

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    True

    False

  • Question 9
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    How can bullying affect its victims? (Select all that apply)

    answer choices

    It can cause them to become sad, lonely, or nervous

    It can cause them to feel sick

    It can cause them to have problems at school

    It may cause them to bully others as well

  • Question 10
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    True or False: Popular kids are NEVER victims of bullying.

    answer choices

    True

    False

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