Boston vs Bullies

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    Elementary
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    Choose Your Play
    Choose Your Play from Boston vs. Bullies is a series of short video clips to help kids model appropriate responses to bullying. The videos can be found below (under BULLY, VICTIM, and BYSTANDER) or on the Boston vs. Bullies Youtube channel.

    Choose Your Play

    Guide for using video modeling in bullying prevention

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    Elementary, Middle School
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    Facilitator's Guide
    The Boston vs. Bullies Facilitator’s Guide is for use with upper elementary and middle school students, and can be adapted for kids younger or older. It will help you learn more about bullying and what you can do to help.

    Facilitator’s Guide

    This guide is designed to be used with the BOSTON vs. BULLIES video. It contains discussion questions and activities to reinforce what the kids learned in the video.

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    Elementary, Middle School
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    Including Kids With Disabilities in Bullying Prevention
    Because kids with disabilities are twice as likely to be bullied than their peers, Boston vs. Bullies provides an extra set of tool help: Including Kids With Disabilities in Bullying Prevention. Suggested Audience: Adults who work with kids with disabilities.

    Including Kids With Disabilities in Bullying Prevention

    This guide is a supplement to the Boston vs. Bullies Facilitators guide.

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    Elementary, Middle School
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    Lesson Plans
    These lesson plans divide the Boston vs. Bullies video, content, and activities from the Facilitator’s Guide into six 25-30 minute lessons. Two lessons can be completed during a 45–60-minute class.

    Lesson Plans

    Six lesson plans to correspond to each Boston vs. Bullies section.

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    Elementary, Middle School
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    One on One Guide (Parent or Trusted Adult)
    As a parent or trusted adult, you play an important role in helping your child to prevent and respond effectively to bullying situations. This guide is designed to help you use the Boston vs. Bullies program to work one-on-one with your child.

    One on One Guide (Parent or Trusted Adult)

    A guide for parents and trusted adults to help kids deal with bullying on an individual basis.

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    Elementary, Middle School
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    One-On-One Guide (Teacher or Counselor)
    As a facilitator, leader, counselor, or teacher, you play an important role in identifying and working with kids who may benefit from a tailored, individual approach to bullying prevention. This guide is designed to help you use the Boston vs. Bullies program to work one-on-one with kids.

    One-On-One Guide (Teacher or Counselor)

    For Facilitators, Leaders, Counselors, and Teachers working with kids individually.

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