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Why Bulling is Wrong - 3

V. Ryan © 2006 - 2010

 

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Have you ever considered why some people become bullies? It may be that these people only think of themselves and never consider the feelings of others. It is possible that a person becomes a bully because they have been bullied themselves, at some point in their lives. Perhaps a bully is someone who feels ‘insecure’ and not happy with the way they are. A person who is not wanted or loved at home may become angry and this may make them want to bully others.
In the space below write what you think makes a person become a bully.

 
 
 
 
 
 
   

What do bullies think about? On the drawing below complete the ‘thought bubbles’. Add thoughts that you think a bully may have. Remember, bullies tend to think of themselves, they are selfish and unhelpful. They want to have fun at the expense of other peoples misery.

   
 
 

Select two of the words / phrases below that you feel most describes the way a victim of bullying feels. Be prepared to explain your choice of words. Use your own words/phrases if you wish.

   

PAIN  -  SUFFERING  -  ALONE  -  WORRIED  -  HATE  -  REVENGE  -  SAD  -  UNSUPPORTED  -  DISTRESSED  -  DREADFUL  -  AGONY  -  TORMENTED  -  ANGUISH  -  DISCOMFORT  -  ANGER

   
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Draw a symbol that represents one of your chosen words/phrases. Two examples are also shown to help you develop your symbol.

   
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