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Bullying Fun with Pinnacle award winning author/comedian Brad Tassell

from Author/Bullying Expert/Speaker Brad Tassell

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There's more to bullying than meets the eye. Brad Tassell speaks to grades 3-4 through magic and music and fun to bring across great lessons on how acting out, tattling, can also be a form of bullying. Plus, learning about how not to feed the bully, and how to detect and help others who are. WE also talk about the critical role of school, reading, and teachers in their lives.

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About This Program

Cost

By Request: $75.00
By Request Premium: $50.00



Length

35-40 minutes


Target Audience

Education: Grade(s) 3, 4Public Library: Library Patrons

Minimum participants:

5

Maximum participants:

45


Primary Disciplines

Special Education, Character Education, Writing, Reading, Problem Solving, Gifted & Talented conflict resolution/bullying


Program Delivery Mode

Videoconference - H.323 (Polycom, Cisco/Tandberg, LifeSize, etc...)
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Provider's Cancellation Policy

I would rather you reschedule which you can do up to the time of the program. You can cancel if you need.

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Author/Bullying Expert/Speaker Brad Tassell

Bowling Green, KY
United States

Author/Comedian Brad Tassell is the author of the award winning novel for teens and preteen on Bullying, Don't Feed the Bully. He presents for students, teachers, administrators, and is a comedian for Carnival Cruise lines.

Contact:
Brad Tassell
llessat@aol.com
8126600191

Program Details

Format

Usual schedule, but we also stay open to new learning and changing the format for reasons of time and clarity.
1. I always start with magic to illustrate that reading is the only magic.
2. WE do the name song to learn about paying attention how acting out is a form of bullying your class and teacher.
3. Introduce the book Don't Feed the Bully, make a clear definition of bullying and why its hurting kids. We define What it means to NOT FEED THE BULLY. Plus, how to be active in helping others.
3.5 We give teachers a powerful tool to stop TATTLING! And one specific Action for students to let everyone know they feel like they are being bullied.
4. We talk about the actions that can help any students move the bully target away from them.
4.5 Introduce the "I'm Gonna Write That Down" concept for creating perception awareness.
5. We sing the I love school song, and learn how the most important place and people in their lives are right in the school.
6. Take questions and reiterate points.

Objectives

exlpore - the real problem of bullying in terms grades 3-4 can understand.
engage - attention and learn how to be active in a discussion and program without hurting everyones time.
prepare - each students to move the bully target, be parepared to help others.
understand - that the school and teachers are the perfect conduit to a great future.
instill - a love of reading

Standards Alignment

National Standards

NPH-H.5-8.1 HEALTH PROMOTION AND DISEASE PREVENTION
* Describe the interrelationship of mental, emotional, social, and physical health during adolescence.
* Describe how family and peers influence the health of adolescents.

NPH-H.5-8.3 REDUCING HEALTH RISKS

* Distinguish between safe and risky or harmful behaviors in relationships.
* Demonstrate ways to avoid and reduce threatening situations.
Demonstrate strategies to manage stress.


NPH-H.5-8.5 USING COMMUNICATION SKILLS TO PROMOTE HEALTH

* Describe how the behavior of family and peers affects interpersonal communication.
* Demonstrate healthy ways to express needs, wants and feelings.
* Demonstrate ways to communicate care, consideration, and respect of self and others.
Demonstrate communication skills to build and maintain healthy relationships.
* Demonstrate refusal and negotiation skills to enhance health.
* Analyze the possible causes of conflict among; youth in schools and communities.
* Demonstrate strategies to manage conflict in healthy ways.


NSS-C.5-8.5 ROLES OF THE CITIZEN

What are the Roles of the Citizen in American Democracy?

* What are the responsibilities of citizens?
* How can citizens take part in civic life?

American School Counselor Association Standards
Know the
impact of mutual respect on student learning.

Effective,
nonbiased, small- and large-group instruction
in assertiveness training in areas such as
sexual harassment, conflict resolution, and
personal safety.

provide prevention
and intervention techniques to respond to
hate language, bullying, harassment, intimidation,
and gang and clique activity.