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Young scholars analyze the characters and conflicts in Shakespeare's 'A Midsummer Night's Dream. In this conflict resolution lesson, students read the play and track the character actions with the specific plots. Young scholars then predict endings for the characters and analyze the roots of the conflicts. Students analyze the plot shifts and complete worksheets for each section to be assembled in a portfolio. Young scholars may also write an essay for the lesson.
Conflicts that happen on the schoolyard or at lunch can provide a learning opportunity for students.
Analyze conflict and plot in literature. To begin, review the terms conflict, plot, exposition, rising action, climax, falling action, and resolution with the class. Working in groups and using TI-83 Plus (because the activity is designed for use with Texas Instruments calculators), learners read an assigned short story and analyze the plot. Each group's findings are discussed as a class. Calculators are not necessary to complete this useful instructional activity.
In this New Year's Resolution learning exercise, students complete a resolution for their personal lives, their friends and family, and school. Students complete 3 resolutions.
Student write about their New Year's resolution. In this writing lesson, learners define the term and discuss a goal they have for the year. Students use correct grammar, punctuation, and spelling to write about their resolution.
Ring in the new year with interdisciplinary units related to the development of calendars and getting fit.
Students explore conflict resolution principles. In this Teaching Tolerance activity, students discuss several quotations regarding the promotion of peace. This activity provides follow-up activities regarding the topic as well.
Students examine the controversy and varying points of view leading up to the 19th century Mexican War. They research examples of anti-war movements throughout history and write editorials about their findings.
Should limits be placed on freedom of speech in a time of national emergency? This is a question that has arisen at various points throughout the history of the United States, first originating with the Sedition Acts of 1798. Read about the events that led to the passage of this act and how the state legislatures of Virginia and Kentucky would subsequently resolve this act to be unconstitutional.
Students demonstrate conflict resolution skills. For this character education lesson, students read the book Oh, Bother! Someone's Fighting! and sing a song which models a conflict resolution strategy.
Students learn how to successfully handle conflict. In this conflict resolution lesson, students read a story and sing a song to learn and understand how to handle conflict. The book "Oh, Bother! Someone's Fighting" is used to lead the class in a discussion about conflict and how to handle conflict.
Students define resolution. They explain the relationship between probe size and resolution and explain why information in three dimensions is necessary to describe the structure of an object. Research technology to the study of Cellular and Molecular Biology.
Students examine opposing points of view in a legal land use battle and propose resolutions for the conflict. They further explore the situation by drafting memorandums of understanding that outline a path to reconciliation.
Tenth graders debate a resolution about a planned waterfront community from the point of view of various interest groups. They have a "Town Meeting" in which members from each interest group debate their researched opinions for points. They "become" the various interest groups and design a hands-on model of a waterfront community.
New Year's resolutions should focus on setting realistic goals and nurturing a passion.
Learners discuss opinions they have about entering college. Reading an article on advice from parents, they discuss what their own parents are telling them. They role-play different conflict resolution scenerios. They also write a reflection paper on the exercises.
Students share their own opinions about proper and poor etiquette in school. After reading an article, they discover matters of etiquette and conflict that occur during holiday rituals. They role-play the potential conflicts and resolutions. They also create posters advocating proper behavior and etiquette.
Your class participates in a variety of shared reading and writing activities related to the book Julian Secret Agent. They complete a class story chart, examine how to use punctuation for dialogue, write an alternative ending/resolution, and write sentences using dialogue.
Ninth graders participate in improvisations, script analysis, writing, and creating written scenes. They identify language arts writing terms and identify them in a short story. Students use structural tools for dramatic scripts needed to build conflict and believable plots. The finished work will be 8 to 15 pages in length.
Students explore the passing of United Nations Security Council Resolution 1397, which backs plans for the creation of a Palestinian state, as a springboard to investigating the history different countries that have been redefined in the 20th century.