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Interpersonal Nonviolence: Using MLK to Teach Conflict Resolution
Students develop conflict mediation and resolution skills by applying the nonviolence philosophy of Dr. Martin Luther King. In this conflict resolution lesson, students watch a video about Dr. King and review quotes from him. Students discuss how his approach to conflict resolution can be applied in their own lives.
10th - Higher Ed English Language Arts
Nonviolent Conflict Resolutions with Cesar Chavez
Third graders investigate nonviolent conflict resolution strategies. In this interpersonal communication lesson plan, 3rd graders explore conflict resolution. Students construct a newspaper/magazine article detailing nonviolent conflict resolution strategies.
3rd English Language Arts
Is there a more important skill to learn at school then conflict resolution? It's never too soon to begin teaching youngsters how to work through the inevitable conflicts they will have during their school years. This resource combines story telling, video, and role-play activities in a way that should enable your charges to begin learning how to solve their problems.
1st - 2nd English Language Arts
Esperanza Rising Author: Inspiration and Point of View
Your reader/writers use digital resources to explore the life of an author and how she finds her purpose for writing. They also write a short narrative based on an interview or personal experience. They then collect pictures and artifacts to complete a scrapbook of the important events in the life of their interviewee.
3rd - 8th English Language Arts
Project Peace Process
Students collaboratively write a peace plan as they role play citizens of foreign countries. In this current events lesson, students take on the role of Israelis or Palestinians, research background information and current political situations, and write a "peace" plan.
9th - 12th English Language Arts
Becoming a Fairy Tale Writer
Young readers evaluate several fairy tales and investigate their storytelling components. They discover the different aspects to telling a story, specifically fairy tales. Ultimately the students write and illustrate their very own fairy tales.
1st - 3rd English Language Arts
Teach 21 Lesson: The Short of It, Lesson 12/12
How can you write a short story from the "Somebody/Wanted/But/So" format? It might not make sense now, but as students complete the attached chart, their stories will begin to take shape. Additionally, the lesson includes a story elements quiz and the rubric for writing a short story.
6th - 8th English Language Arts
To strengthen middle school readers' mastery of plot structure, have them read several children's books and summarize each on a separate index card. They develop themes from the books by analyzing plot. Best practices for working with English learners are at work here in the service of all readers.
6th - 8th English Language Arts
Bucket List Poetry
What is on your pupils' "Bucket Lists" - the list of things they want to do before they die? Their choices of activities for this list could be very revealing, and is a great source of inspiration for a personal poem. The lesson prompts young writers to examine their values, both in discussion and on a graphic organizer.
6th - 10th English Language Arts
Working Together to Prevent Bullying: Conflict
What is the difference between conflict and bullying? Bring this thought-provoking instructional activity about bullying to your class or peer counseling group. With a checklist of behaviors that students mark as "always," "sometimes," or "never" harassing or bullying, this is a good way to discuss the problem of bullying in schools.
7th - 12th English Language Arts
Parts of Plot
Questions are given on each slide of this presentation, asking learners to identify parts of plot. The questions have two answers per slide for readers to choose between, multiple-choice style. The last two slides are labeled "Great Job" and "I don't think so!
7th - 9th English Language Arts