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S: Seasons of Change

BC: JSU Project by:Raeven Wyckoff And Allyson Strickland

FC: Popularity!! | By: Raeven Wyckoff and Allyson Strickland

1: Index | Page 1-2: About the Authors. Page 3-4: How popularity affects kids in school, and public. Page 5-6: Questions and Answers Page 7-8: How Popularity leads into bullying. Page 9: What kids say to hurt people. Page 10: Things kids wear to feel popular or Unpopular

2: My name is Raeven Wyckoff. I attend Childersburg Middle school. I am in the 7th grade. | Raeven Wyckoff

3: Allyson Strickland | My name is Allyson Strickland. I attend Childersburg Middle school. I am in the 7th grade.

4: How does popularity affects kids in school! | Popularity affects people in how successful will they will be.

5: How does popularity affects people in public! | It affects them by being judged by there beauty or personality. For example being in beauty pageants.

6: Questions and Answers! | Do you think that popularity could be positive or negative? | What age or grade do you think kids become interested in popularity? | We asked our teachers these questions!

7: Questions and Answers continued Mr. Cosper: It's both because it increases self esteem and should not depend on what other people think. You should be proud of who you are. Mr. Cosper thinks popularity starts in Kindergarten because other kids fight on who has the biggest booger! | Mrs. Barclay: It's both because I've seen it help people and other kids use it against them. Mrs. Barclay thinks popularity starts in 5th grade because they are in a group full of older people. | This is Mrs.Barclay! | This is Mr. cosper!

8: How Popularity leads into bullying. | Every day thousands of teens wake up afraid to go to school or out in public. Bullying is a HUGE problem that affects millions of students. Yet parents, teachers, and other adults don't always see it, they may not understand how extreme bullying can get.

9: FACTS: *Bullying is when a person is picked on over and over again by an individual or group with more power over others. *Verbal bullying can also involve sending cruel texts or email messages or even posting insults about a person on a website, that is known as bullying. *One of the most painful aspects of bullying is that it is relentless. Most people can take one episode of teasing or name calling.However, when it goes on and on, bullying can put a person in a state of constant fear. *Both guys and girls can be bullies. Bullies may be outgoing and aggressive. Or a bully can like anonymously starting a damaging rumor just to see what happens or what the person will do.

10: What kids say to be UNPOPULAR. | Kids say that "nerds" are number one on the list. They say that they use their smartness to get them unpopular.And not around the "cool" people.

11: What kids wear to be unpopular. | People/Kids that wear unpopular clothes get made fun of. Most people that make fun of people that are in unpopular clothes, they just cannot afford clothes!

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  • Title: Popularty
  • This is for JSU
  • Tags: Mrs.Knight, Allyson Strickland, Raevenwyckoff
  • Published: over 4 years ago