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Discussion Guide to Bystander

Discussion Guide to Bystander
Lead a serious classroom discussion about bullying, cyber-bullying, and "the bystander effect" with the discussion questions in this guide to Bystander by James Preller. The realistic moral and ethical dilemmas faced by characters in the story make this book a great addition to middle school anti-bullying programs.

Grade Levels: 5 - 8

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