Jamie Nabozny: Bullying, Language, Literature

Speak Truth to Power

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A powerful and moving anti-bullying lesson. Students will: interpret language as a factor in perpetuating or preventing bullying; identify attitude and behaviors that are consistent with bullying; understand the impact of one person standing up to and speaking out against bullying; examine, through a literary lens, factors that contribute to bullying behavior; develop an understanding of personal language use as a tool to stand up to bullying. This lesson plan was produced by New York State United Teachers in partnership with the Robert F. Kennedy Center for Justice and Human Rights. BP-SR

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December 2013
Great detailed and thorough resource.
November 2013
Extremely thorough and rigorous plans targeting many CCLS at a time, as well as the timely issue of bullying.