and Conflict Resolution
When does bullying become
- Pupils bullying pupils (Harry,
Ron and Hermione bullied by Malfoy; Neville Longbottom bullied by everyone?)
- Teachers bullying pupils
(Snape bullying Harry, Hermione and Neville)
- Adults bullying adults
(Snape bullied by Potter, Lupin, Black and Pettigrew)
Is it right that the film shows
using violence against bullies? Is this a bad example to young viewers?
Newsround Bullying website
[outside the shrieking shack to Ron and Hermione] Well, well. Look who's
here - you two shopping for your new dream home?
That is the second time you have spoken out of turn, Miss Granger.
Are you incapable of restraining yourself, or do you take pride in being
an insufferable know-it-all?
Ron: He's got a point, you know.
from the map] "Messrs Mooney, Wormtail, Padfoot, and Prongs, offer
their compliments to Professor Snape and request that he keep his abnormally
large nose out of other people's business."
Ron Longbottom is insulted
by everyone. Is this teasing or bullying?
What's the holdup?
Ron: Neville's probably forgotten the password again
Neville Longbottom: [behind them] Hey!
Ron: Oh... You're there.
Female role models
in the media and female empowerment
Hermione punches Malfoy, shoves
Harry and slaps his hand, has good aim when throwing stones, and is leading
Harry when they are chased. She takes charge of the situation.
Was Hermione right to retaliate
and punch Malfoy?
Is Hermione a good role model?
Compare with other female role models in the media for example Buffy?
come to watch the show?
Hermione: YOU FOUL, LOATHSOME, EVIL LITTLE COCKROACH!
[Hermione raises wand at Malfoy]
Ron: Hermione, no. He's not worth it.
[Hermione lowers wand. Malfoy laughs and then Hermione socks him in
the nose. Malfoy and friends run away]
Hermione: That felt good.
Ron: Not good, brilliant