Would showing movies like The Class or Zero Hour at school help in prevention of bullying?
Obviously, both those movies deal with bullying as a part of reasoning why school shootings happened. If older children/teenagers would be more aware of how far their "teasing" and "pranking" could go and how it could end, do you think it would give them a pause, onc they are thinking about joining in bullying someone?
It depends on what grade you are teaching. Most schools have lists of certain movies that are approved, and you can get in trouble if you show something not on that list. PG-13 and R rated movies are a NO-NO. If you are teaching 8th grade and up, they may be able to handle it. But I would strongly recommend asking the principal first.
How about 1984 or Big Brother? That's what happens when the bullies have the power of government behind them and social permission to do so when it is theoretically for the better good of society - which is what Social Justice Warriors are doing today.
by DebtFreedom10 months ago
Just wondering how much you would be willing to pay for your child's art classes - and say the cost included supplies. What reasons might you be willing to pay more? Also, for the amount you say you are willing to pay,...
by Baileybear6 years ago
http://www.watoday.com.au/wa-news/youtu … 1bx3m.htmlApparently both boys got suspended. I can totally see how the bigger boy snapped. Sure, he went overboard, but I doubt anyone will attempt to bully him...
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