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Teacher Uses Apples To Explain What Bullying Is (5 pics)

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  • 27 Jun, 2016  |
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Rosie Dutton is a teacher and she recently conducted an interesting experiment with her kids. Rosie used two apples and asked the kids to compliment one apple and say bad things about the other. She then cut the two apples open to show that the one the kids had said bad things to had started to turn to mush inside. She used the experiment to show what bullying does to people, but she didn't tell the kids that she dropped the "bad" apple earlier.

1 Teacher Uses Apples To Explain What Bullying Is (5 pics)


2 Teacher Uses Apples To Explain What Bullying Is (5 pics)

The teacher explained that she made her point:


3 Teacher Uses Apples To Explain What Bullying Is (5 pics)

She shared the story in a Facebook post, adding that she herself has been bullied and wanted the perfect way to explain the hurt she experienced.


4 Teacher Uses Apples To Explain What Bullying Is (5 pics)

She urged others to step up and prevent bullying:


5 Teacher Uses Apples To Explain What Bullying Is (5 pics)


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№1 Author: Late (27 Jun 2016 03:52) Total user comments: 294


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It's a serious issue and I completely applaud the idea of trying to prevent the bullying of apples, but she undid all of her great work by slicing two of them open at the end of the lesson.

What sort of lesson is that to give to kids? Now instead of calling apples names they'll all be stabbing them. God knows where it'll end. I don't want to be a doomsayer but I can see it escalating to the degree some apples actually get eaten by kids.
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№2 Author: rattte (27 Jun 2016 10:44) Total user comments: 170


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recent studies have shown, 9/10 kids haven't a problem with bullying...
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№3 Author: kryptor (27 Jun 2016 20:26) Total user comments: 4828


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did apples died?
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№4 Author: styopa (27 Jun 2016 22:14) Total user comments: 1287


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Bullying and other tactics are simply an overreaction to issues of social conformity.
When humans were tribes of apes eating grubs on the savannah, social cohesion was a survival issue. If people didn't do what they were supposed to, the entire tribe could die. So we developed all sorts of things to 'encourage' people acting abnormally to conform, leave, or die.

We're just hairless apes with cellphones now.
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