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A. Choose the correct answer.

 

1. What is bullying?

a) When you and a friend get into a fight

b) When someone accidently bumps into you on the playground

c) When someone is hurt by others either by words or actions, feels bad because of it, and finds it hard to stop what’s happening to them

d) Rolling a ball to knock over pins 

 

2. What should you do if you are being bullied?

a) Speak up

b) Tell an adult

c) Know that you have the right to be safe

d) All of the above

 

3. How do you recognise someone who bullies?

a) Size - The person bullying is bigger than the person being bullied

b) Gender - Girls don’t bully, only boys do

c) Behaviour - They do something that hurts or harms another person

d) Age - It is always the older kids picking on the younger ones

 

4. What should you do if you see bullying?

a) Help get them away from the situation

b) Tell an adult

c) Let them know that no one deserves to be bullied

d) All of the above

 

Answer : 1. c) When someone is hurt by others either by words or actions, feels bad because of it, and finds it hard to stop what’s happening to them

2. d) All of the above

3. a) Size - The person bullying is bigger than the person being bullied

4. b) Tell an adult

 

B. Answer the following questions.

1. What could be the reasons for bullying?

Some persons indulge in bullying to have a feeling of control. They draw the attention of others by bullying. Some persons have something they are ashamed of. To hide their defects they indulge in bullying others.

2. Why do some children bully others?

Some children have a low opinion about themselves. They have something in themselves they are ashamed of. So they bully others in order to feel better. 

3. What does Ajay enjoy about bullying?

Ajay finds that Anu is upset when he bullies her. It gives him a feeling of control. He enjoys the attention he is getting from others.

4. What is empathy?

Empathy is the ability to experience the feelings of a person in a situation. One who has empathy is not a mere onlooker. He experiences the situation.

5. How does bullying affect one?

Children who are bullied feel dejected. They lose their confidence. They feel lonely and isolated. Bullying affects their health and their routine. They don't like to eat and fall sick very often. They get nightmares and find it difficult to sleep. They find it difficult to concentrate on their studies. Sometimes they get injured. Children who are bullied become withdrawn. They stop talking with people around and display extreme anger suddenly. Such children end up as bullies to feel better.

 

C. Think and answer :

Suppose the person bullying is one of your friends,

1. Would you keep quiet?

No, I won't keep quiet.

2. At what point would you do something?

I will ask him to stop bullying even at the beginning.

3. What would you do?

I would warn him. If he fails to listen to me I'll inform my class teacher about it.

 

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