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TAKING

RESPONSIBILITY
making
choices
BETTER
ABOUT OTHERS
thinking
Behaviour
made easy
Mastering attitude
NAME: .................................
Classroom Behaviour
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Problem
Part A
Identifying the
Words you could use

joke angry silly laugh
cross swear pushed hurt
kick fun get even disappointed
spat hit frustration
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QUESTION 1
What did you do wrong that got you into trouble?
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QUESTION 2
What were you thinking at the tme?
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QUESTION 3
What were you hoping would happen?
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Problem
Identifying the
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I was feeling angry
They have heaps of stuf, they can aford to buy another one
No-one will notce it missing
I needed it, but could not aford to buy it
I wanted to impress my friends.
I wanted to be like everyone else.
I wanted to gain control
Its fun stealing things.
I lack self-control...if I see something I like, I take it.
When I feel unhappy, I take things.
I have no friends, stealing makes me feel beter
I wanted to gain atenton
I like the thrill of taking things and not getng caught
If I dont like the person, it is okay to steal from them
I feel excited to be part of a group who break the law
Its a good way to get back at someone you do not like
I like the atenton you get when you are caught
QUESTION 4
Why did you choose to steal?
What were you thinking?
Tick the correct answers
Cross the incorrect answers
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QUESTION 6 Sometmes teasing between friends can be fun.
Teasing can show that friends understand each other and share the same sense of humour.
Who are your friends? (write their names)

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Which of your friends do you tease ? (name them )
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How is teasing your friends diferent to teasing other people?
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However, there are times when teasing goes on and on, it can stop
being funny and has negative consequences
You need to stop when you see someone is upset.
How do you know when friendly
teasing has gone too far and
become nasty?
Tick the correct answers.
People Will:
Cry
Laugh out loud
Yell at you
Sulk
Run away
Tell a teacher
Hit or kick you
Read a book
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QUESTION 7 ConsequenCes of stealing.
Use the words provided to describe how you might feel if you were caught stealing.
You may also write your own words in the shapes provided.
This word describes how my
friends would feel about me.
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This word describes how
my friends parents will
feel about me.
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This word describes how I feel
about myself.
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Stealing has many consequences
Stealing is wrong.
CONSEQUENCES OF
STEALING
ashamed disappointed
upset afraid
angry annoyed
nervous in trouble
glad embarrassed
happy lose
trust disgusted
This word describes
how my teachers will
feel about me.
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This word describes
how my parents will
feel about me.
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Part b
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Bullying as a form of Cultural Discrimination
Where people are discriminated against due to their cultural origins,
race, religion and ethnicity and are treated less fairly than someone of a
different race would be treated in a similar situation. They may not be given
a job because of their colour or religious belief.
In most cases, it is minority cultural groups who
suffer from cultural discrimination.
eg. Australian Aborigines
types of bullying
Sexual Bullying
This is bullying behavior, whether physical or non-physical, that is based on a
persons sexuality or gender. It is when sexuality is used as a weapon by boys
or by girls. It can be carried out to a persons face,
behind their back or by use of technology.
Using words that refer to someones sexuality as a general put down
[like calling something gay]
Using sexual words to put someone down (like calling someone a slut)
Making threats or jokes about serious and frightening subjects like rape
Gossiping about someones sex life - including the use of graffiti
Touching someone in a way that makes them feel uncomfortable
Touching parts of someones body that they dont want to be touched
Forcing someone to act in a sexual way
Bullying is
Deliberate
Repetitive
Unfair/ unjust
The bully enjoys
seeing their
victum hurt or
humiliated
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types of bullying
Check your understanding to fill in the missing words in the sentences below.
The words in the shaded box are the words missing from the sentences.
QUESTION 10
a) Bullying can aim to H...............................a group of people or just one person.
b) A bully is someone who D...............................sets out to hurt someone.
c) A bully U............................... or U...............................uses their
P...............................to pressure someone.
d) A bully E............................... seeing their behaviour upset another person.
e) S............................... bullying involves drawings, touching inappropriately and dirty
/ sexist jokes.
f) Victimisation is when the bully E............................... or threatens another person.
g) Physical bullying includes P..............................., punching, K........................hitting or
giving rude gestures towards someone.
h) Stealing or D...............................someones property is another form of bullying.
i) Calling people names, using foul L............................... as put downs is
V............................... bullying.
j) If someone hurts you A..............................., it is not bullying.
k) Threatening people by giving them the evil eye is a form of I............................... bullying
and can be very upsetting.
l) Making people do things against their W.....................is another form of indirect bullying.
m) Discriminating against people because of their C............................... origin is bullying.
n) Physical bullying is a C...............................offence and is known as assault.
o) Having a D............................... with someone is not bullying.
p) Cyberbullying is where T.......................... is used to threaten, intimidate or humiliate someone.
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Indirect Will Criminal Disagreement
Kicking Cultural Damaging Technology
Unfairly Hurt Pushing Verbal
Sexual Deliberately Accidentally Excludes
Enjoys Power Language Unjustly
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stealing is wrong
QUESTION 9
How would you like it if someone
stole the following things from
you?
What would you feel?
Your dog or other pet
I would feel:
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Wallet
I would feel:
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Ipod
I would feel:
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New Television
I would feel:
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Parents car
I would feel:
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Your school Bag
I would feel:
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Birthday money
I would feel:
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QUESTION 13
Read the statements below and write them in the correct column of the table
Talk rudely Be polite to people Push others around
Take someones property Be insultng Use good manners
Help other people Tease others constantly Listen to others
Push into the canteen line Put liter in the bin Swear at others
Be kind to others Never pick on others
Good behaviour at school Bad Behaviour at school
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B e h a v i o u r m a d e e a s y : F i g h t i n g
You are the school principal
You need to write a letter to parents explaining why your school cannot
allow students to fight or be aggressive towards each other.
ABOUT OTHER PEOPLE
thinking
QUESTION 26

Recently, there have been a lot of students fighting during the recess break.
Some students have been suspended from school but the fighting has not stopped.
In your letter:
Clearly state why fighting is wrong and will not be tolerated at your school.
Tell Parents what will happen to students who continue to fight.
Suggest other ways for students to solve their problems instead of fighting.
You need to write your letter in very
neat hand writing.
Make sure that you write in sentences.
Make your opinion about fighting very
clear.
Ask an adult to help you write a letter.
The space to write the letter is on the
next page
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THINKING ABOUT
others
Make a Decision
You are playing in an interschool football game. The game is very close and some fans
from the opposing team start to pick on you. Your friends want to hit back at the
abuse you have been receiving. The referee has had to stop the game twice to ask the
supporters from both sides to setle down. He has threatened to call the game of if
the interruptons contnue.

Listed are some behaviour choices.
Queston 27 What are the possible
consequences of your choices?
CHOICE RESULTS/CONSEQUENCE
For you
For your friends and team
mates
Ignore the oppositon
fans
Yell rude words at the
oppositon fans
Throw the ball at the
oppositon fans
Tell your friends to start
a fght
Leave the game
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How can a large group of people take the power
away from Kristy and her friends?..................
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Does carrying a knife to school make Jack a big man?
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Why are weapons like pocket knives banned at
school? ............
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What could happen if Jack accidently slipped over
when he had the knife in his hand? ....
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What would happen to Jack if the school or the police
found out he was carrying a pocket knife to scare and
bully others?........
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Would you like to be friends with Kristy?
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If you saw Kristy and her friends throw Skyes bag
into the bin, what would you have done?
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How do you think Skye would have felt if no one
came to her assistance when she was upset?
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QUESTION 25
QUESTION 24
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