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  • Q1
    What is cyberbullying?
    Playing video games with friends online.
    Sending gifts through email.
    Posting positive messages on social media.
    Harassing or threatening behavior performed through electronic communication.
  • Q2
    What is the most common platform for cyberbullying?
    Online gaming.
    Text messaging.
    Social media.
  • Q3
    What is the best way to prevent cyberbullying?
    Only communicating with close friends via text messaging.
    Responding to cyberbullying with more bullying.
    Being careful about what you post online and speaking up if you see it happening.
    Not using social media at all.
  • Q4
    What can be the consequences of cyberbullying?
    Better relationships with friends and family.
    Mental health problems, low self-esteem, and in severe cases, suicide.
    Improved mental health and confidence.
    Online popularity and fame.
  • Q5
    What should you do if you're being cyberbullied?
    Tell a trusted adult and block the person doing the bullying.
    Retaliate with more cyberbullying.
    Ignore it and hope it goes away.
    Make a public post about it on social media.
  • Q6
    Is it ever acceptable to cyberbully someone?
    No, it is never acceptable to cyberbully someone.
    Yes, if they deserve it.
    It depends on the situation.
    Only if it's done as a joke.
  • Q7
    What is the difference between cyberbullying and regular bullying?
    Cyberbullying is always physical, while regular bullying is always verbal.
    Regular bullying is done by children, while cyberbullying is done by adults.
    Cyberbullying is done through electronic communication, while regular bullying is done in person.
    Regular bullying is always physical, while cyberbullying is always verbal.
  • Q8
    What are some signs that someone is being cyberbullied?
    Becoming more outgoing and confident.
    Withdrawal from social interaction, changes in mood, and avoiding technology.
    Excessive use of technology.
    Increased social media activity.
  • Q9
    Who can be affected by cyberbullying?
    Only teenagers who are not popular.
    Only children under the age of 10.
    Only adults who spend too much time online.
    Anyone who uses the internet or social media.
  • Q10
    Can cyberbullying only happen through social media?
    No, cyberbullying only happens in person.
    No, it can also happen through email, text messaging, or online gaming.
    No, cyberbullying is a myth.
    Yes, social media is the only platform for cyberbullying.
  • Q11
    What are the potential consequences for cyberbullying?
    Praise from peers for standing up to the victim
    Legal action, school disciplinary action, and harm to the victim's mental health
    A sense of satisfaction from making someone else feel bad
    Winning a popularity contest
  • Q12
    What is the difference between cyberbullying and traditional bullying?
    Cyberbullying is done through electronic devices and can be anonymous
    Traditional bullying is less harmful than cyberbullying
    Traditional bullying is done through electronic devices and can be anonymous
    There is no difference between the two
  • Q13
    What is the effect of cyberbullying on the victim?
    No effect on their mental health
    An increase in popularity among their peers
    Harm to their mental health, self-esteem, and academic performance
    Improved academic performance
  • Q14
    Why is cyberbullying harmful?
    It helps to build resilience in victims
    It is a form of harmless prank
    It can have a long-term negative impact on the victim's mental health and well-being
    It is just part of growing up on social media
  • Q15
    What should you do if you witness cyberbullying?
    Encourage and participate in the cyberbullying
    Respond to the cyberbullying with insults to the bully
    Keep quiet and avoid getting involved
    Report it to a trusted adult or authority figure

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