Listen to the conversation and check your answers.
4. Post-Listening Exercises
Have you (or someone you know) ever experienced bullying at school or in your neighborhood? If so, explain the situation, how you felt, and how things turned out for you. Have you bullied someone in any big or small way? Why did you do it? What led you to stop at some point (if you did stop)?
5. Online Investigations
Use the Internet to find information on these questions:
How is bullying in person different from cybebullying (for example, you can cyberbullying someone else 24 hours a day, 7 days a week)?
What are the effects of cyberbullying on people?
What are the warning signs of cyberbullying?
What are ways in which people are cyberbullied on the Internet?
What can people do to protect themselves from cyberbullying?
Are boys or girls more likely bully other kids?
Are people who are bullied more likely to suffer from depression or die by suicide?