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Workshops to prevent bullying

Atelier Bleu M'ajjjiiik
173 rue Gariépy, Lévis, QC G6K 1M5
Phone : (418) 831-3774
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Region

Provincial

School year/Age

Kindergarten to Grade 6

Language level

French as a First Language
French immersion

School subject (primary)

Health and Life Skills

School subjects (secondary)

Fine Arts
Social studies
French

Teaching materials

Teachers' guides, complementary educational activities , documents for parents.

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KINNDERGARTEN, GRADES 1-2

Students will have to identify several feelings and will have experienced them. They will be able to better recognize verbal and visual messages during a conversation. They will learn to find solutions to conflicts through mutual aid, sharing, empathy and, if necessary, the help of adults.

GRADES 3 -6

Under different interactive forms, in groups or individually, each student will have considered and found solutions that will enable him or her to make good choices in bullying situations. Students will have been invited to put themselves in the skin of a victim, a witness and a person doing the bullying. They will understand the role of adults and services within reach. A cyberbullying activity has enabled students to approach ethics to adopt, understand the weight of words (and images) and the long-term consequences.

The workshop (in both versions) can be used as deepening activity for the play “When you see red".

Requirements

The workshops take place in a room the size of a class or larger. The equipment is provided by the facilitator.

Availability

Visits in Alberta are generally in October and in the spring.

A tour is scheduled from September 30 to October 11, 2019.

Number of participants

One class at a time

Duration

5 minutes for installation
Workshop: 60 minutes

Cost

To be determined according to your needs

Description

Atelier Bleu M'ajjjiiik  creates and presents the theater awareness in primary schools since 1986. The company has designed interactive methods to encourage students’ desire to improve their social skills.

Atelier Bleu M'ajjjiiikhas developed workshops that are based on an educational and artistic approach.

These workshops are adapted for the age of the students and the needs of teachers and schools. They are offered in one or more meetings.

There are two versions of the workshop to prevent bullying:

KINDERGARTEN, GRADES 1-2

The workshops takes place in different forms and affects many aspects of good communication: distinguishing feelings by expressing them aloud, describe and simulate the possible reactions depending on the situation and find ways to develop empathy.

Mime games, tone of voice, attitude, Scenarios

GRADES 3-6

This workshop aims to promote, through role play and theatrical situations, the development of self-confidence in students to prevent bullying. It leads students to recognize the importance of the consequences related to behavior, to predict the impact of actions and words, and thus develop empathy.

Scenarios, Quiz, Theatrical exercises, Observation Games, Writing

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ACFA

Partners

CPFA
Alberta Education
RAFA