Bullying: Should the Law Be Involved?



In this activity, students find out about various fields of law by examining the issues of bullying and cyberbullying. Through case studies, class discussions and other activities, students develop a point of view about this problem, and then defend their ideas during a debate.

Students also learn how laws are passed and how the law evolves to meet new social challenges.

An ideal activity to develop students' critical thingking abilities about complex problems and to disuss solutions to bullying.

Target Audience

High school students, especially Secondary Cycle II


One to three class periods of 60 minutes each

Suggested Courses

  • History and Citizenship Education
  • Ethics and Religious Culture
  • Contemporary World

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