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Republic of the Philippines

San Isidro Academy Moises Padilla Neg. Occ., INC


Roxas Street, Bry.6, Moises Padilla,Neg.Occ

PROJECT CONCEPT PAPER IN ENGLISH


ACADEMICS

GUIDANCE COUNSELLING TO STUDENTS OF SAN ISIDRO


ACADEMY TO PREVENT BULLYING

Submitted by:
Ma. Vic Escober

Marilyn Duenas

Baby Jane Ancha

Lalaine Parohinog

Marvie Montano

ENGLISH ACADEMIC INSTRUCTOR:


ARMIE GRACE TINGSON
Republic of the Philippines
San Isidro Academy Moises Padilla Neg. Occ., INC
Roxas Street, Bry.6, Moises Padilla,Neg.Occ

INTRODUCTION

Bullying is the use of force, threat, or coercion to abuse, intimidate or


aggressively dominate others. The behavior is often repeated and habitual. One
essential prerequisite is the perception, by the bully or by others, of an imbalance
of social or physical power, which distinguishes bullying from conflict.[1] Behaviors used
to assert such domination can include verbal harassment or threat, physical assault or
coercion, and such acts may be directed repeatedly towards particular
targets. Rationalizations of such behavior sometimes include differences of social class,
race, religion, gender, sexual orientation, appearance, behavior, body language,
personality, reputation, lineage, strength, size or ability. If bullying is done by a group, it
is called mobbing.

Bullying is cause depression and depression can cause death. Bullying can be
defined in many different ways. Bullying is one of the problem of any school. School
bullying is a type of bullying that occurs in any educational setting. Students doing
bully to their classmates or even schoolmate. Sometimes other students didn’t want to
go to school because they are scared of being bully by their classmates. Bullying from
one -on- one, individual bullying through to group bullying called “mobbing”. Bullying is
divided into four basic types of abuse- emotional (sometimes called relational), verbal,
physical, and cyber. It typically involves subtle methods of coercion, such as
intimidation.
Republic of the Philippines
San Isidro Academy Moises Padilla Neg. Occ., INC
Roxas Street, Bry.6, Moises Padilla,Neg.Occ

Purpose of Bullying
Bullying is way to prominent in today’s society. I wish I could say that bullying
stops as you grow older but unfortunately it just takes on different forms throughout
your life. Bullying is when there is an intent to hurt someone’s feelings.

Studies show that people bully for a couple of different reasons.

1. They are trying to fill a void. Perhaps there is something lacking in their home
life that is causing this person to try to find power & control in hurting others.
2. They are not confident and jealous. This person may have low self esteem and
instead of finding positive ways to handle this, they turn their attention to
making others feel as bad as they feel about themselves.
3. They have a big ego. Yep, they really just think they are better than everyone
else. I see this happen often in group think situations.

No matter the reason, the person on the receiving end of the bullying can
struggle to understand why they are being treated this way. Honestly, there is no
point to bullying someone. As I mentioned above the key piece of bullying is
intent. A bully wants another person to feel bad. People always have the option to
choose kindness and they always should. My challenge to you would be to always
choose kindness over hate. You have the power and the choice to choose not to be
a bully.

Project Description
The aim of the project is to determine whether there are commonalities amongst the
various member states in the situations that bullying occurs and common traits amongst
victims and amongst offenders. Through work in the field of bullying, the applicant and
partners want to assess the knowledge base of bullying in various situations amongst
students and raise awareness in the target groups: children, young people, parents and
educators. By including a public campaign the last phase of the project will raise general
public awareness on the emotional, psychological and physical toll of bullying and
encourage a zero tolerance policy towards bullying in any form.

1. This project is about bullying that the student do in school.


2. Bullying defined as physical or verbal aggression that is repeated over a period of
time.
3. To avoid bullying student will brought in the guidance.
4. Bullies often have been found to have rather high self-esteem and to be social
climbers.
Republic of the Philippines
San Isidro Academy Moises Padilla Neg. Occ., INC
Roxas Street, Bry.6, Moises Padilla,Neg.Occ

OBJECTIVES OF BULLYING

 a) Raised awareness of all members of the school community - children & young people,
parents and school staff about the harm that bullying causes and how children & young
people can be protected, including solutions to the problem of rising incidents of cyber
bullying in connection with the use of social networks. Indicators of results: 6000 young
people; 180 school staff; about 4000 parents will be aware of solutions to protecting children
& young people from bullying.
 b) Reduced number of incidents and impact of violence against children at school, resulting
from an improved safe and secure whole school environment of convivencia.
 c) Improved strategies and responses to incidences of bullying that will address the causes
of bullying and help avoid any recurrence.
 d) Cascaded leadership training in the empowerment of all school staff and parents as
change agents in reducing bullying and in the education of children and young people in peer
led strategies.
Republic of the Philippines
San Isidro Academy Moises Padilla Neg. Occ., INC
Roxas Street, Bry.6, Moises Padilla,Neg.Occ