Answers for “Persistent bullying is one of the worst experiences a child can face” with explanation

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Question 27-30:-
27. iv (para A, line 3-5: ―being excluded from social groups. A survey I conducted with Irene
Whitney found that in British primary schools up to a quarter of pupils reported
experience of bullying, which in about one in ten cases was persistent.‖)

28. vi (para B, first 2 lines: ―Bullying is clearly unpleasant, and can make the child
experiencing it feel and depressed. In extreme cases it can even lead to suicide, though
this is thankfully‖)

29. v (para C, last 4 lines: ―teachers to deal with bullying. Perhaps as a consequence, schools
would often the problem. ‗There is no bullying at this school’ has been a common refrain,
certainly untrue. Fortunately more schools are n ‘ ow saying: ‗There is not much bullying
here, but when it occurs we have a clear policy for dealing with it‖)

30. vii (para D, first 3 lines: ―Three factors are involved in this change. First is an awareness
of the severity problem. Second, a number of resources to help tackle bullying have
become available in Britain. For example, the Scottish Council for Research in E
line 8: ―Third, there is evidence that these materials work, and that schools can
achieve something‖)

Question 31-34:
31. B (para A, line 4-6: ―that in British primary schools up to a quarter of pupils reported
experience of bullying, which in about one in ten cases was persistent. There was less
bullying in secondary schools, with about one in twenty-five suffering persistent
bullying‖)

32. D (para B, last 3 lines: ―rare. Victimised pupils are more likely to experience difficulties
with interpersonal relationships as adults, while children who persistently bully are more
likely to grow up to be physically violent, and convicted of anti-social offences.‖)

33. D (para C, first 3 lines: ―until recently, not much was known about the topic, and little
help was available to teachers to deal with bullying. Perhaps as a consequence, schools
would often the problem. ‗There is no bullying at this school’ has been a common
refrain‖)

34. A (para D, line 10-12: ―in schools, monitored by a research team. In Norway, after an
intervention campaign was introduced nationally, an evaluation of forty-two schools
suggested that, over a two-year period, bullying was halved.‖)

Question 35-39:-
35. policy

36. (explicit) guidelines
(para E, first 2 lines: ―Evidence suggested that a key step is to develop a policy on
bullying, saying clearly what is meant by bullying, and giving explicit guidelines on what
will be done if it‖)

37. (School) curriculum (para E, part 2, first 2 lines: ―Other actions can be taken to back up
the policy. There are ways of dealing with the topic through the curriculum, using video,
drama and literature‖)

38. victims (para E, part 3, first 2 lines: ―there are also ways of working with individual
pupils, or in small group. Assertiveness training for pupils who are liable to be victims is
worthwhile, and‖)

39. playful fighting (para E, part 4, first 2 lines: ―Work in the playground is important, too.
One helpful step is to train lunchtime supervisors to distinguish bullying from playful
fighting, and help them break up‖)

Question 40: D

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