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Anti-Bullying lesson plan (Grades 2 to 7): JoJo and the three Bully B’s

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This is an Anti-Bullying lesson plan for grades 2 to 7. It is built around a story called "JoJo and the three Bully B’s." Links to all nine sections of the lesson are included.

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Section 1: Lesson Objectives for Teaching about Anti-Bullying Concepts

Clicking on this resource link leads you to the following 10 items:
A. Character Traits Addressed
B. Conflict Resolution Strategies Addressed
C. Other Concepts Addressed
D. Cognitive/Instructional Objectives
E. Emotional Objectives
F. Behavioral Objectives
G. Glossary of Terms
H. Lesson Length
I. Links for Teaching Posters for Classroom Use
J. Links for all the Anti-Bullying stories and lesson plans

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Section 2: K-W-L MODEL

K-W-L Model discussion about Anti-Bullying concepts

To introduce the concepts of Anti-Bullying, ask your students:

A. K questions – What do you KNOW about this topic?

B. W questions – What do you WANT TO KNOW about this topic?

Please note: The L discussion questions are reserved for the end of the lesson.

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Section 3: Anti-Bullying Vocabulary terminology

Class will discuss any still unclear Glossary of Terms.

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Section 4: Anti-Bullying Story

Anti-Bullying story called “JoJo and the three Bully B’s”

A. Teacher reads story to the class called “JoJo and the three Bully B’s.”

B. Story Description: Here is a story scenario you can use to help teach about coping with bullies. The story is called “JoJo and the three Bully B’s.”

Fourth-grader JoJo has become the victim of bullying by the sixth-grade gang known as the Bully B’s: Bob, Bo, and Bill. JoJo’s mission is to discover a way to deal with them in a positive manner before they decide to beat him up again.

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Section 5: Popcorn Review

Directions: After reading each target story, spend a minute or two conducting a quick story wrap-up called a Popcorn Review. This gives students an opportunity to share their reactions to and impressions of the story characters and events.

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Section 6: Anti-Bullying role-play

A. Students participate in scripted role-play called “JoJo and the three Bully B’s.”

B. By clicking this link, you will get directions plus the link to the PDF file for the scripted role-play to print for classroom use.

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Section 7: Main Idea Discussion Questions

This is where you get the Main idea discussion questions for the story called “JoJo and the three Bully B’s.”

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Section 8: Anti-Bullying writing assignment

This is where you get the writing assignment for the story called “JoJo and the three Bully B’s.”

Directions: Students will write about the main idea discussion questions for the Anti-Bullying tale called “JoJo and the three Bully B’s.”

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Section 9: K-W-L MODEL

Have the wrap-up K-W-L Model discussion about JoJo and the three Bully B’s.

To close out the lesson on Anti-Bullying, ask your students:

A. L questions – What have you LEARNED about this topic?

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Bonus Sections

A. Role-play slideshow: JoJo and the three Bully B’s

B. Printable anti-bullying worksheet: JoJo and the three Bully B’s

C. 3C’s Be Bully Free Elementary School Portal page housing links to all Be Bully Free lesson plans for elementary school students posted on Examiner.com

D. 3C’s Be Bully Free Middle School Portal page housing links to all Be Bully Free lesson plans for middle school students posted on Examiner.com

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