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When you're part of a minor conflict that starts to get loud.
a) You should shout back so the other person will know you're serious. b) Calm down before you speak and/or change the focus of the conversation. c) Make a threatening gesture. d) Get some friends to help you fight.
Ms. Irvin's favorite food is...
a) Strawberries. b) Fried chicken. c) Strawberry cream pie. d) Pizza.
Avoiding dangerous places and people and making sure your parents or guardians know where you are, who you're going with, and when you'll be home are...
a) Being overcautious. b) Unreasonable suggestions. c) Things that cause violence. d) General rules that can help you avoid violence.
If someone wants you to walk alone at night...
a) Go ahead. b) Sing as you walk to keep up your courage. c) Use your refusal skills to say that you don't want to. d) All of the above.
When you decide to tell people to stop harassing you...
a) State your position clearly with words and body language. b) Carry a weapon. c) Use a lot of shouting to show how angry you are. d) All of the above.
Violence includes hitting, bullying, and...
a) Joking. b) Skipping school. c) Profanity. d) Any intentional hurt to another.
Fear, shame, anger, drug and alcohol abuse, and abusing others can all be effects of...
a) Victim support groups. b) Abuse. c) Telling someone about abuse. d) Recovery.
If someone threatens you...
a) Tell a parent or trusted adult. b) Ignore it-they're kidding. c) Threaten them back. d) Change your phone number.
Treating yourself and others with respect.
a) Is a sign of weakness. b) Lets people take advantage of you. c) Helps prevent violence. d) Is disrespectful.
Micah's friend has been getting physically and verbally abused at home. She tells Micah that the reason is her poor report card. Micah tells her friend abuse is never the fault of the __________.
a) Abuser b) Abusee c) Victim d) Victimizer
Jake had a disagreement with his soccer coach. During practice, the coach yelled at Jake and pushed him to the ground. Jake was a victim of __________.
a) Abuse b) Harassment c) Threatening actions d) Refuse
Jamie and Sam have been arguing. Sam says he has an older brother and that the next time he sees Jamie, there will be a permanent solution to their problem. This is a clear __________ toward Jamie.
a) Threat b) Abuse c) Harassment d) Refusal
Some of the students in Rory's grade have been making jokes about how Rory's eyebrows grow together. Rory has told them to stop. The jokes are getting meaner. The situation has turned into __________.
a) Threats b) Abuse c) Harassment d) Refusal
You may become a victim of violence...
a) If you are not careful. b) No matter how careful you are. c) Only if you go into dangerous places. d) Only if you are a violent person.
Which of the following are two ways you can reduce your risk of being a victim of violence?
a) Locking doors and windows when you are home and not walking alone at night. b) Never be alone. c) Eating healthy food. d) Acting tough.
If you are a victim of violence...
a) You should wait a long time before reporting it in case the person gets mad. b) You should keep it a secret so you won't be embarrassed. c) You should tell someone you trust so you can get the help you need and stop the person from hurting others. d) You should get even with the person who did it.
Police departments, hospitals or clinics, victim support groups, and crisis hotlines are all places where...
a) Sick people should go. b) People will ask you lots of questions you don't want to answer. c) Victims of violence can go to get help and recover. d) Teenagers are not welcome.
Abuse is often complicated and hard to resolve because...
a) Abusers are poor. b) Counselors don't know what they're doing. c) Abusers and their victims are almost always strangers. d) Abusers often have close relationships with their victims.
Shame, anger, fear, physical injuries, drug and alcohol abuse, and abusing others...
a) Are always the victim's fault. b) Are rarely seen in the abusers. c) Are effects victims may suffer because of abuse. d) All of the above.
Reporting abuse until it is stopped...
a) Is useless. b) Is the best way to stop abuse. c) Is a way to get attention. d) Makes the victim feel responsible for the abuse.
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