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In this pamphlet we are going to give the one explanation about the discrimination, specifically of the bullying.

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 There are different types of bullying, sometimes they can be isolated, but in most cases they are often combined and the same child is the victim of various kinds of bullying. There are several classifications:


  • Physical: Kicking Kicks, punches, bites, pushing, aggression with objects, etc. It occurs more often in primary than in secondary school.
  • Verbal: Put motes, insults, disparaging in public, highlight physical defects, use the mobile to intimidate the victim, take photos while you paste and put them on the Internet, etc. It is the most usual.
  • Psychological: they undermine the individual's self-esteem and foster a sense of fear.
  • Social: seeks to isolate the youth from the rest of the group and partners.


Homework # 

Name: Jessenia Morales

Course: 11 th Grade "A"

Date: January30th, 2017


In Spain, 1.6% of children and young people suffer from bullying on a constant basis and 5.7% live it sporadically. In 2015, 1 in 10 children reported bullying.

In turn, this reveals that 16% of children and young people surveyed acknowledge having participated in teasing or psychological aggression to other partners. The Ombudsman points out that in 5% the students recognize that a partner beats him.


What to do:

  • Intervene immediately. It is okay to seek the help of another adult.
  • Separate the children involved.
  • Make sure everyone is safe.
  • Address any immediate medical or mental health needs.
  • Keep calm. Bring peace of mind to the children involved, including viewers.
  • Set the example and act respectfully when intervening.

Avoid these common mistakes:

  • Do not ignore it. Do not believe that children can solve it without the help of an adult.
  • Do not try to find out immediately what happened.
  • Do not force other children to say in public what they saw.
  • Do not question the children involved in front of their peers.
  • Do not talk to all children involved at one time but individually.
  • Do not make the children involved apologize or amend the relationship right away.