Category Archives: Bullying

ESO 2 1st Term PBL – Stop Bullying!

ESO 2 Students, This is your 1st term PBL assignment. You have to translate this mind map into Spanish:  (From http://www.michellenhenry.com) You have two options: Draw and paint the mind map in an A-4 sized sheet. or Download the image … Continue reading

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Violence

Labor Students, As all of you should know by now, no form of violence is allowed at Labor School, whether it is physical, verbal, mental, digital, financial, theft, vandalism or any other possible kind of abuse. It is everybody’s task … Continue reading

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Top 10 Rare & Amusing Insults

The Merriam-Webster Dictionary has published their Top 10 List of Rare and Amusing Insults in English. Here they are: 1. Cockalorum: a boastful and self-important person; a strutting little fellow (If cockalorum suggests a crowing cock, that’s because cockalorum probably comes from kockeloeren – an obsolete Dutch dialect verb … Continue reading

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Advice for your Group Assignment

Dear ESO students, You have a few weeks to solve a PBL assignment. You have been divided in groups. When you sit down to work with your partners, take a good look at them for a while and remember that … Continue reading

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Tackling bad behaviour ‘is not our job’, teachers claim

The following article by Graeme Paton, Education Editor for the British newspaper The Telegraph, was published yesterday, last 10th December. Teachers are reluctant to tackle badly behaved children because it is “beyond their remit”, according to UK Government research. Many … Continue reading

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Stop Cyberbullying

` What is cyberbullying, exactly? “Cyberbullying” is when a child, preteen or teen is tormented, threatened, harassed, humiliated, embarrassed or otherwise targeted by another child, preteen or teen using the Internet, interactive and digital technologies or mobile phones. It has … Continue reading

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NY Times: Parents Struggle with Cyberbullying

The following article by JAN HOFFMAN was published on The New York Times online last Friday 4th December: As Bullies Go Digital, Parents Play Catch-Up Ninth grade was supposed to be a fresh start for Marie’s son: new school, new children. Yet … Continue reading

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