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Identifying the antonyms for vocabulary you're learning will definitely help ensure a deeper understanding. There are 10 words included, and a detailed answer sheet. Example words include climax, resolute, and ajar.
Students access prior knowledge about the branches of government to explore foreign policy. In this conflict resolution lesson, students reflect on foreign policy decisions and participate in scenarios based on foreign policy events.
Foreign Policy Simulation
Students role play to solve various foreign policy problems. They explore how various elements of the US foreign policy system operate and practice in conflict resolution.
Students examine the topics of conflict, resolution, and solution using the book "Stone Soup." They create a class pictograph using real vegetables brought in by the students, answer story comprehension questions, and sequence the events in the story. As a culminating activity students make and eat stone soup.
War-Making: The Use Of A Congressional Power
Students explain the sharing of powers between the Executive and Legislative branches in the war-making power. They also gain an insight into the events surrounding the declaration of war in 1941 and the Gulf of Tonkin Resolution in 1964.
Creating a PowerPoint Displaying Respectful Behavior
Respect is vital to every relationship and every classroom. Here you will find a resource which will help your pupils to create a multimedia presentation on the topic of respect. They relate their personal behavior and experiences with regard to respect by using mind mapping. They integrate their reflections with a brief five-minute PowerPoint presentation that displays respectful behavior and how it encourages positive conflict resolution.
Social Studies: Public Service to a Better Image
Students, in a program entitled "Strategies for Success," examine ways to change public perception of their school. In this project-based instructional activity, they explore local social and environmental issues, develop a conflict resolution mentoring project, compose a book about local heroes, and initiate a food drive. With local media coverage of their efforts, students realize positive ways to gain recognition.
Conflict and Plot
Young scholars identify the conflict and plot of a story. in this conflict and plot lesson, students explore terms such as conflict, plot, climax, resolution, and rising action. They identify the conflict and plot of a given story. They watch movies and cartoons and then identify the plot.
A History of Conflict Resolution and the Jury System
Students examine the jury system used throughout history. They act out a conflict in class and use different types of juries and conflict resolution methods. They write their reactions to each of the different types of resolutions.
Seventh graders examine the impact of violence on individuals and discuss conflict resolution strategies. They discuss violent situations, develop a list of ways to peacefully resolve conflicts, complete a list of the dangers and disadvantages of fighting, and write a paragraph describing a peaceful resolution.
In this social studies worksheet, students describe a time they experienced a conflict with another person. They describe what happened. Students tell what the conflict was and what they did to resolve it. They brainstorm other resolutions.
Conflict Resolution: Fairy Tale Conflict
In this recognizing conflict resolutions worksheet, students read a choice of Goldilocks, the Big Bad Wolf, or Cinderella, identify the conflict, record the characters and their feelings, wants and needs, and create possible solutions. Students write seven short answers.
My New Year's Resolution
In this New Year's Resolution worksheet, students complete a resolution for their personal lives, their friends and family, and school. Students complete 3 resolutions.
New Year's Resolution Writing
Student write about their New Year's resolution. In this writing lesson, students define the term and discuss a goal they have for the year. Students use correct grammar, punctuation, and spelling to write about their resolution.
My 2011â€™s Resolution: Investigate Mathematics of Calendars and Fitness
Ring in the new year with interdisciplinary units related to the development of calendars and getting fit.
Conflict Resolution and Peace
Young scholars explore conflict resolution principles. In this Teaching Tolerance lesson, students discuss several quotations regarding the promotion of peace. This lesson provides follow-up activities regarding the topic as well.
Lincoln's Spot Resolutions
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.
A High-Resolution Satellite Photo
In this high resolution satellite photograph worksheet, high schoolers observe a photograph taken by the Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter of the Tennessee Court House. Students use the photograph to solve 4 problems about the scale of the image, the resolution of the image, the features in the image and they estimate the elevation of the sun above the horizon based on the shadows in the photograph.
Problems and Resolutions
Students find problems and resolutions in stories. In this problem lesson, students read a short story, find the main character, identify their problem, and find how the character's resolves that problem. They fill in a graphic organizer with their information.
Communication Skills: Conflict Resolution
Learners explore communication techniques by participating in speech role-playing activities. In this conflict resolution lesson, students identify the keys to being a good communicator such as listening, eye contact, and the tone of their voice. Learners conduct discussions with classmates while employing these techniques.