Cyber-bullying Grade: 2nd Grade
Cyber-bullying Subject: Cyber-bullying
Cyber-bullying, examples of cyber-bullying and why it is wrong.
2.Cases of Cyber-bullying
3.Why it is so harmful?

Expected Outcome Of This Lesson Plan-
1.To bring the concern of cyber-bullying to their attention.
2.To develop an understanding of what cyber-bullying entails.
3.To develop an understanding of why it is wrong.
Teacher Objectives-
At the end of this lesson, you will be able to:
* (Knowledge Level) define cyber-bullying
* (Knowledge Level) describe types of cyber-bullying
* (Knowledge Level) identify why cyber-bullying is a concern in younger children
* (Comprehension Level) distinguish what are the right and wrong ways to use the internet
* (Comprehension Level) summarize some of the effects of cyber-bullying
Handouts about facts and myths of cyber-bullying.
Teaching Methods-

1. Lesson Introduction-

1.What is cyber-bullying?
2.Is it appropriate?
3.What are some consequences of cyber-bullying?

2. Lesson Progression-

1.What are some things that we can do to stop cyber-bullying?
2.Do you know anyone who has been bullied over the internet?

3. Guided Practice-

1.Have the students state some examples of what cyber-bullying is.

4. Student Practice-

1.Have the students write down their emotions and how they would feel if they got cyber-bullied.
2.Have them share thier emotions with a small group of other students.

5. Learner Accommodations-


6. Assessment-

1.Does everybody understand what cyber-bullying is?
2.Does everybody know why cyber-bullying is not a good thing to practice?
3.Does anyone have any questions about cyber-bullying?

7. Lesson Closure-

1.Do you think cyber-bullying is a good idea?
2.Do you think that we should try to put a stop to cyber-bullying?
Measuring Student Progress-
1.Can anyone tell me what cyber-bullying is?
2.What should we do to stop cyber-bullying?

This Lesson Plan is available at (