Bullying Hurts: Teaching Kindness through Read Alouds and Guided Conversations

Bullying Hurts: Teaching Kindness through Read Alouds and Guided Conversations

Lester L. Laminack Reba M. Wadsworth / Apr 25, 2019

Bullying Hurts Teaching Kindness through Read Alouds and Guided Conversations None

  • Title: Bullying Hurts: Teaching Kindness through Read Alouds and Guided Conversations
  • Author: Lester L. Laminack Reba M. Wadsworth
  • ISBN: 9780325043562
  • Page: 313
  • Format: Paperback
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    Bullying Hurts Teaching Kindness Through Read Alouds and Bullying Hurts Teaching Kindness Through Read Alouds and Guided Conversations th Edition Bullying 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 Behaviors used to assert such domination can include verbal harassment or threat Preventing bullying GOV July Merged the publication Supporting children and young people who are bullied advice for schools with Preventing and tackling bullying New version of Preventing and tackling Kidpower International Kidpower International Take charge of your safety and the safety of others Protect and empower young people to stop bullying, abuse, assault, kidnapping, and other violence with Kidpower s Positive Practice Method Bullying Definitions RESPECT This is any bullying that hurts someone s body or damages their possessions Stealing, shoving, hitting, fighting, and destroying property all are types of physical bullying. Dealing With Bullies for Kids KidsHealth Bullying is a big problem It can make kids feel hurt, scared, sick, lonely, embarrassed, and sad.Bullies might hit, kick, or push to hurt people, or use words to call names, tease, or scare them. bullying Books The Keys to End Bullying Activity Book for Kids Tweens Worksheets, Quizzes, Games, Skills for Putting the Keys Into Action Keys to Mental Health Bullying in Schools Kidpower International Kidpower Founder and Executive Irene van der Zande is a master at teaching safety through stories and practices and at inspiring others to do the same. Child Healing Anger and Anxiety from Bullying Bullying trauma Origins and responses Increasing numbers of children and teenagers are the victim of bullying The short and long term effects from this trauma can be severe and disabling. Bullying APS Bullying is when a person deliberately and repeatedly hurts someone else The hurt can be physical or emotional Bullying can occur in a range of different contexts, but it is most commonly discussed in relation to children at school, cyber bullying or people at work.

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      • Lester L. Laminack Reba M. Wadsworth

        Lester L Laminack is Professor Emeritus from department of Birth Kindergarten, Elementary and Middle Grades Education, at Western Carolina University in Cullowhee, North Carolina where he received two awards for excellence in teaching the Botner Superior Teaching Award and the Chancellor s Distinguished Teaching Award Lester is now a full time writer and consultant working with schools throughout the United States He is an active member of the National Council of Teachers of English and served three years as co editor of the NCTE journal Primary Voices and as editor of the Children s Book Review Department of the NCTE journal Language Arts 2003 2006 He also served as a teaching editor for the magazine Teaching K 8 and wrote the Parent Connection column 2000 2002 He is a former member of the Whole Language Umbrella Governing Board, a former member of the Governing Board and Secretary of the North Carolina Association for the Education of Young Children, and a former member of the Board of Directors for the Center for the Expansion of Language and Thinking He served as the Basic Reading Consultant to Literacy Volunteers of America from 1987 through 2001 He is currently a member of the Board of Directors of Our Children s Place ourchildrensplace.His academic publications include several books including Learning with Zachary , Spelling in Use NCTE , Volunteers Working with Young Readers NCTE , and his contributions to The Writing Workshop Working Through the Hard Parts NCTE , Learning Under the Influence of Language and Literature Heinemann Reading Aloud Across the Curriculum Heinemann, Cracking Open the Author s Craft and Unwrapping the Read Aloud In addition he has several articles published in journals such as The Reading Teacher, Early Years, Science and Children, Language Arts, Teaching pre K 8, Primary Voices, and Young Children Lester is also the author of six children s books The Sunsets of Miss Olivia Wiggins, Trevor s Wiggly Wobbly Tooth, Saturdays and Tea Cakes, Jake s 100th Day of School, Snow Day and most recently, Three Hens and a Peacock all from Peachtree Publishers.Lester was born July 11, 1956 in Flint, Michigan His mom and dad had left their families in Alabama and moved to Michigan where his dad, Jimmy, worked for GM But Michigan is long way from Alabama when you have a two year old and a brand new baby So, just two weeks after Lester was born his parents packed everything and moved back to their hometown, Heflin, Alabama They wanted Lester and his brother Scott to grow up near grandparents, aunts and uncles and lots of cousins.When Lester was 6 the family moved again This time to Zachary, LA where Lester attended part of 1st and all of 2nd grade Then they moved back to Heflin where he completed 3rd grade and 4th grade In April of 1966, while he was in the 4th grade, Lester s sister, Amanada, was born She was so little when they brought her home that he had to hold her on a pillow Every day when he came home from school he held her and told her stories Some people think that s why he is a writer Lester and Amanda have always been very close even though he is 10 years older.When Scott was in the 7th grade and Lester was in the 5th grade and Amanda was just one year old the family moved again This time it was to Key West, FL They lived there under a year before moving back to Alabama.Lester finished high school back in Heflin and then earned a BS and MS in Elementary Education from Jacksonville State University, Jacksonville, AL Then he earned an Ed.D in Elementary Education and Reading from Auburn University, Auburn AL.And now Lester lives downtown in Asheville, North Carolina He starts every day with a cup of coffee, loves to listen to music and NPR He plays saxophone and a Native American flute made from river cane He reads a lot of children s books, Southern Fiction, poetry, and b


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    1. As soon as I heard that Lester and Reba were working on this book, I knew I had to have it. So, when I heard it was about to be released, I ordered two copies, one for myself and one to share. Now I wish I ordered 40, one for each of the teachers in my school. This is a professional development book that teaches teachers to use read alouds effectively to teach students about bullying. With the gentleness of the man often quoted throughout the book (Fred Rodgers), Lester and Reba lead the reader [...]


    2. Lester and Reba do a fantastic job of balancing an approach with a new climate of CCSS with their recommendations and how each recommendation supports CCSS while building community.I really like how Lester and Reba address all of the parties in the bullying equation. The first chapter of the book is most enlightening as the authors take some time to define and explain each element. More to say about this book as the year goes on, but I am really happy to see how many shares and adds this book is [...]


    3. Hope to make this our year long school project. To continue with our "Berylwood students choose kindness"


    4. I really enjoyed the layering format of this book; it seems like a really effective way to use read-alouds to increase student understanding. I appreciate that this was written from a standards-driven perspective as well


    5. This book is for teachers who see the destructive effects of bullyingon the bullied, the bully, and the bystander. Using children's literature as their tool, the authors give a pattern of lessons to be used in elementary classrooms, to lead discussions about the human condition which are also rooted in ELA standards this case CCSS. The authors may want to revise the standards portion of the book, as more and more states back away, but the true message of this book is NOT CCSS.All the lessons are [...]


    6. I found this book to be helpful in thinking about how to scaffold lessons that lead students to be advocates for themselves and others and to be able to empathize with those that are different from them. The first two layers were really strongly planned and involved extension activities that allowed the students to add some physicality to what they were learning, but I found the later layers to be lacking in this aspect. I also felt that the books chosen were focused on lower grades and am conce [...]







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