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STUDENT A’s QUESTIONS (Do not show to Student B)

1)

What springs to mind when you hear the word ‘bullying’?

2)

What different types of bullying are there?

3)

Was bullying a big problem at your school?

4)

Is it worse for children or adults to get bullied?

5)

Why do people bully each other?

6)

Do you think bullying should be made a crime or is it part of growing up?

7)

Is cyber-bullying (online bullying) worse than face-to-face bullying?

8)

What experiences of bullying do you have?

9)

How bad is bullying in your country?

10)

What kind of person is a bully?


 
 

STUDENT B’s QUESTIONS (Do not show to Student A)

1)

Do bullies need help? What kind?

2)

What can people who are bullied do to stop the bullying?

3)

If bullying involves violence, should someone call the police?

4)

What damage does bullying do to people?

5)

Should someone who is bullied make the name of the bully public – put it on the Internet?

6)

Is it always best to stand up to a bully?

7)

Do you think bullying will disappear one day, or is it getting worse?

8)

What message do you have for bullies?

9)

What advice would you give to someone who is bullied (a) online and (b) physically or emotionally?

10)

Are there similarities between bullying and torture?


 


 
 
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