- When do pranks cross the line to become bullying?I feel when you cross the line and it becomes bullying is when you get caught up in the every day pranks and don't even realize each day you're getting harsher and harsher on the person. Eventually it builds up. If there is any verbal or nonverbal threatens, humiliatin and intimidating.
- How important is intention — whether or not the perpetrator meant to cause emotional harm? How important is the reaction — whether the victim of the prank feels hurt, or not? If the perpetrator feels really bad not intend hurt. Then that is not bullying but if the victim states that he was not hurt then that should not be bullying.
- Have you ever been the victim of a prank that felt more hurtful than funny?No. I have not. I try to keep my pranks as nice as I can for it being a prank. If I ever have hurt anyone I wish they would tell me. So I would know where the line is but I've never been told. I believe people need to speak up like Jonathan did.
Friday, November 8, 2013
Friday, November 1, 2013
I feel like in the school we already lose a lot of our rights. So for schools to monitor us at home it makes it like we don't even have a chance to be a teenager. Every teenager needs a chance to make mistakes and learn from them. Or they will not know what to do if life throws a curve ball at them. Schools just need to pay more attention during the school day of what kids are doing. I don't feel like schools have to monitor us at home. We have parents for a reason and that is their job not the schools.