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Oskar's Bigger Bully Battle


Discuss these questions with your students before and after watching Oskar's Bigger Bully Battle to review key points of the play.


Before Questions

  1. What does it mean to bully or be bullied?

  2. Do you think you could hurt someone's feelings on accident?

  3. When someone hurts your feelings, what should you do?

  4. Is it okay to hurt someone else because you've been bullied?

  5. Do you think bullies can be victims too?

  6. Do you think a small case of bullying can lead to more cases?

  7. What does it mean to understand your emotions?

  8. Does saying, "I didn't mean to," makes things better?

  9. What does it mean to doubt yourself?

  10. Do you think it is okay to give up when things are difficult or after making a mistake?


After Questions

  1. At the beginning of the play, why hasn't Oskar been able to stop the school's epidemic of bullying?

  2. At the beginning of the play, why is Beth upset?

  3. Have you ever felt like Beth?

  4. How does Oskar know Frank is not The Head Cheese?

  5. Why does Frank push Beth? Was it on purpose?

  6. Do you think Beth should forgive Frank?

  7. Why didn't Oskar give up after Puppet Oskar told him to?

  8. Why did Frank's Sister (Desdemona) break Frank's alarm clock?

  9. What did Oskar do when he found out he was The Head Cheese all along?

  10. Have you ever been in a situation like Oskar and didn't know you had hurt someone's feelings?

  11. Why should we try to understand how others feel?


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