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A Bad Case of Bullying: Using Literature Response Groups

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A Bad Case of Bullying: Using Literature Response Groups

Grades 3 – 5
Lesson Plan Type Standard Lesson
Estimated Time Three 40-minute sessions
Lesson Author

Lisa Cranston

Lisa Cranston

Comber, Ontario


International Literacy Association


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April 27, 2014

I really appreciate all the hard work you put into these lessons. I teach fourth grade and am really having a difficult time trying to lessen poor behaviors in my classroom. The lessons brought some true feelings out in my class that I hope will dissolve some of our problems.



August 26, 2013

This lesson rocks. I thank you so much for sharing your hard work with all of us!!!!

Thanks again
1st year teacher



October 22, 2012

i like you. you are a really good a person!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!



April 10, 2012

This lesson was incredible! I loved how many resources were provided as well as interactives. Bullying is such a big problem in my school and I would definately use this to help aleviate some of the bullying issues. The making of your own cartoon based on the situation is a great way for students to write down how they really feel in thos particular situations as well as put themselves in the other persons position. Thank you for sharing these resources!


chuks michael

September 26, 2011

thanks it worked extremely well



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