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'n afrikaans toespraak op kultuur

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'n afrikaanse toespraak op kultuur

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afrikaans toespraak

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afrikaans toespraak oor hamsters

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'n afrikaans toespraak oor n boek

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'n afrikaanse toespraak oor n boek

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afrikaans toespraak op die dieretuin

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afrikaanse toespraak op die dieretuin

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'n afrikaans toespraak wood die koining van die bos

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'n afrikaanse toespraak hout wat koining van die bos is

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toespraak op om 'n dokter

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toespraak oor n dokter

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om 'n tiener te wees,is nie maklik nie(afrikaans toespraak)

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om 'n tiener te wees, is nie gereelde instandhouding nie (afrikaans toespraak)

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n afrikaans opstel oor my huis

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n afrikaanse opstel oor my huis

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intensive form for familiar n afrikaans

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intensiewe vorm vir bekende n afrikaans

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'n afrikaans opstel-dis sommer 'n storie dat tiener-wees is nie perfek nie,want dis moeilik

Afrikaans

'n afrikaans opstel dis sommer 'n storie dat tiener wees is nie perfek nie, wil dis moeilik

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bullying is a big problem for children and young people that go through it. it knocks their self-esteem and makes them lose their confidence, and can make them dread going to school each day. in extreme cases, young people can become suicidal as a result of bullying, while in other very serious cases, it can get out of hand and lead to the bully murdering their victim. it’s also a huge problem for parents and teachers, because stopping bullying is a hard task and they often don’t know the best ways to go about it. there are three key elements to stopping bullying: educating the bullies, imposing greater sanctions for the bullies, and protecting the victim. the reason that bullies must be educated is that many of them are not aware of exactly how much they are hurting their victim. in serious cases, it is probably wholly deliberate, but even then, most bullies wouldn’t want their victim to become as suicidal as they have made them. bullying can come in all sorts of forms and one that affects girls in particular is a group of so-called friends excluding them from everything. in cases like these, if the bullies understood that they had become bullies picking on a victim, they may think twice. the second way to deal with the bullies is to punish them. this could be the only thing that works for incredibly nasty people, because they will only care when it begins to affect them. bullying often isn’t taken seriously enough; for example, if you punched a person in the middle of the street you would probably be arrested, but if it happens in a case of bullying, the perpetrator might get a detention. it is important not to allow things to happen in school that they would never get away with out in the real world and children and young people who don’t have boundaries and sanctions imposed as they grow up may not obey the law as adults. the final main way to deal with bullying involves working with the victim. victims of bullying need to know their self-worth so that they don’t just accept what’s happening to them, and need to be taught to be assertive without just being aggressive. they should also be taught that self-defense is allowed when necessary, and should not be punished for it, while it is very important that adults always listen to them and take their concerns very seriously.kids usually don't tell you they are being bullied, so often parents need to use detective skills to find out! bullying expert dr toni noble says some signs that your child may be being bullied include physical injuries, like unexplained bruises and scratches, a general unhappiness, reluctance to go to school or child care and often moodiness or withdrawal. walk away from the bully. bullies want to know they have control over your emotions so don’t react with anger or retaliate with physical force. if you walk away, ignore them, or calmly and assertively tell them you’re not interested in what they have to say, you’re demonstrating that they don’t have control over you. protect yourself. if you can’t walk away and are being physically hurt, protect yourself so you can get away. your safety is the first priority. report the bullying to a trusted adult. if you don’t report threats and assaults, a bully will often become more and more aggressive. in many cases adults can find ways to help with the problem without letting the bully know it was you who reported them. repeat as necessary. like the bully, you may have to be relentless. report each and every bullying incident until it stops. there is no reason for you to ever put up with bullying. graad 9 afrikaans toespraak op dwelms en misbruik last update: 2016-01-28 usage frequency: 1 quality: excellent reference: anonymous

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Letzte Aktualisierung: 2021-05-23
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