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Teasing and Bullying: 
Unacceptable Behaviour Program (TAB)

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February 10, 2011


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Lesson plans

The TAB program contains lesson plans for children, teachers and parents.

Children:

TAB uses discussion, written exercises and role-plays to help help children:

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Identify bullying behaviours

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Differentiate teasing that is fun from teasing that is bullying

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Regain power lost to children who bully

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Respect and celebrate differences

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Empathize with children who are bullied

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Discuss the impact of bullying on peers or bystanders

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Recognize the difference between tattling and responsible reporting or telling to get help

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Learn conflict resolution strategies that can be used to respond to or prevent bullying

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Build self-confidence in using conflict resolution strategies

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Teachers:

Teachers are provided with:

  1. Scripted, easy to follow lesson plans.

  2. Research-based, background information on bullying.

  3. A unit on rules, consequences and behaviour-change processes that includes effective conflict resolution strategies.

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Parents:

Each unit in TAB includes parent information handouts and family activities to provide parents with:

  1. Research based background information on bullying

  2. Learning and practicing with their children the strategies and concepts discussed and practiced in class

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