domingo, 24 de julho de 2011

Atividade avaliativa de Inglês(2º e 3ª ano) Profª Itaiza

1)Qual tipo de bullying acontece com mais frenquência na nossa sociedade?
Analise cada um,em seguida faça um comentário a respeito do que você optou.(O comentário deve ser escrito e entregue ao professor até 03 de Agosto.)

Types of Bullying
Name-calling or Teasing
Who ever came up with the phrase “Sticks and stones can hurt my bones but words can never hurt me” must never have had someone call them names or make fun of them. Name-calling and teasing are forms of verbal bullying.

When someone kicks or punches us it hurts us on the outside, while when someone teases us or calls us names, it hurts us on the inside. In many classrooms teasing and name-calling are the most common forms of bullying. Unfortunately, because they don’t leave scratches or bruises and often happen when there are no adults around, they can go unnoticed by parents or teachers.
Exclusion, or leaving someone out, is another form of bullying. This is when a person or group of people won’t let someone play with them, join a group activity or will invite everyone to come to a party or take part in a game except for one person on purpose.

All children (and adults!) like to fit in, have friends and feel accepted. When we exclude someone we make them feel unlikable and very alone. As you go through school, it’s understandable that you won’t be great friends with everybody in your class and there are some kids you just won’t have things in common with or will have trouble getting along with. However, this is no excuse, for purposefully excluding someone.
Some kids not only tease others or exclude others; they can also be physically abusive. Kicking, punching, pinching, pushing are all forms of physical bullying. It is never okay to hurt someone physically even if they have hurt you. While it can be very tempting to hit someone if they have hurt you in some way, this is not going to make you feel better or solve the problem.

Being physically bullied is incredibly scary for a victim and puts them at great risk. Many children have been seriously injured by physical bullying. Often, the kids doing this end up hurting victims more than they meant to. In some cases, victims have been killed accidentally!
Threatening (ameaçador)
Threatening is another form of verbal bullying. When someone threatens someone else, they say we are going to do something hurtful, even though they may never do it. They may threaten that they are going to hurt someone physically, take their belongings or spread personal information or rumours about them.

Being threatened is very scary and hurtful. The victims are always afraid the person is going to carry out their threats, but they often don’t know when or where this may happen. They start each day worrying they are going to come to school and find everyone talking about them or they are going to get beat up.

5 comentários:

  1. the most common types of bullying are: verbal abuse and exclusion. This mainly happens in schools when adults are not around. and the other two types because they can not forget also occurs often enough.

  2. One of the most common types of bullying and exclusion, but the way it is easy to let the other person sad, hurt or something without a trace since no attacks.
    And verbal abuse is very common with curses.

  3. some young people suffer from bullying
    a particular reason, it is sometimes why some things are different in
    maybe it's the color of skin, fat, thin, size, or strange name, rich or poor,
    today it is a matter of bullying,
    is more common in schools,
    where people have different lifestyles
    suenia kelly 2 ano c.

  4. WELL I THINK THAT IS QUITE verbal aggression practiced today. For I've seen several cases.


  5. Although the term is relatively new, bullying has long existed.
    Children who suffer physical and psychological abuse not fit
    into patterns or certain aesthetic role models existed for
    many generations. Only recently have educators began
    to systematically curb the practice, considering the possible
    damage to the intellectual and social development of the victims.