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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.
Rereading Portions of the Iroquois Constitution and Eagle Song: "Somebody In Wanted But So"
A new close reading approach is introduced as learners continue with the novel Eagle Song in the twelfth lesson of this unit. This reading comprehension strategy focuses on identifying the character, setting, motivation, problem, and resolution in a text. The teacher first exposes the class to this strategy in a guided practice rereading of the Iroquois Constitution, originally covered in the previous unit. Using a graphic organizer, the class identifies the the specific elements of the writing in order to better understand its meaning. Students then work independently, rereading specific sections of Eagle Song as they practice using this new technique. Though the lesson is specifically designed for this novel, the reading strategy it teaches can be applied to any text.
Students study skills to resolve conflicts. They identify positive and negative methods of conflict resolution. They compare assertive and aggressive behavior and practice assertiveness skills. They identify ways to maintain a sense of humor.
Youth Voices: Fair Access to Resources and Quality of Life
Student delegates conduct "United Nations" style session in which they are challenged to develop resolution or resolutions that address how to feed growing population, taking into consideration quality of life and impact on environment.
Inventing The Future
Students participate in activities that allow them to explore their future. Thirteen activities are listed and described which include topics such as education, resolutions, job interviews, inheritance, and environmental issues. Hands-on activities allow students to discover how choices and actions affect the future.
Model UN Simulation on Population Control Policies
Learners participate in a Model UN Simulation Activity in which they take the role of country delegates and NGO representatives in an attempt to develop and debate resolutions that seek to provide remedies to the problems of over-population. Students conduct independent and cooperative research, create and debate resolutions, and discuss the issues that emerged from the simulation.
It's a Small World After All
Students link important individuals who shaped the news in 2002 by playing a variation of a game based on the idea that all people can be connected with 6 or less associations between them. They propose appropriate New Year's resolutions.
The Most Important Equation in Astronomy!
In this astronomy optics worksheet, students calculate the angular resolution and maximum resolution for given telescope specifics. This worksheet has 3 problems to solve.
The Point in Point of View
Twelfth graders determine point of view in literature and analyze the effect it has on conflict resolution. For this point of view lesson, 12th graders read a children's story and discuss the point of view of the story. Students find alternative fairy tales online and create comparison chart for the two stories. Students write a reflective paragraph about the topic.
Many Ways to Resolve Conflict
Students examine a number of possible conflict resolution techniques and the vocabulary associated with conflict resolution. They read a number examples of conflict and determine the best type of resolution for the situation.
Many Ways to Resolve Conflict
Learners review different types of conflict resolution techniques. They practice using new vocabulary and complete a vocabulary worksheet. They identify the type of conflict resolution is being used in given scenerios.
In this conflict resolution activity, learners read a list of steps about resolving conflicts without fighting and complete a set of discussion questions based on a referenced video program. Suggestions for related activities are also given.
Conflicts of Current Interest
Students use conflicts in the Middle East to explore tactics of conflict resolution.
Students analyze what can cause conflicts between nations, what the benefits of non-violent conflict resolution are, and what the limitations of non-violent conflict resolution is.
Reading Maps of the East Pacific Rise
Students make qualitative and quantitative observations and use various maps to investigate the features of the East Pacific Rise The study actual bathymetric maps of the EPR region. They identify key features of the ridge and explore the concept of resolution.
It's a Small World After All
Students describe the cultural and geographical diversity of the people living and working on the JOIDES Resolution. In this lesson plan, students research the JOIDES Resolution, and describe some facts about the crew and what countries they were from.
School Violence: Answers From the Inside
Students examine the issue of school violence, bullying, and cliques. They watch and discuss a video, answer discussion questions, create a poster, role-play mediation techniques, identify conflict resolution techniques, and sign a no-violence pledge.
My Problem...Your Problem...Our Problem
Sixth graders list challenges they face in life and identify which challenges deal with people and relationships. In groups, they participate in conflict-resolution activities. Afterward, 6th graders present real-life situations and explore problem-solving ideas.
Theatre Lesson Plan, Performing a Story
Second graders read the story, The Bundle of Sticks, and discuss the story elements within the story; setting, plot, conflict resolution. In this readers theater lesson, 2nd graders reenact the story in small groups, then reflect on their performance and the conflict and resolution from the story.
The Peace Puzzle
Students view a video in order to view both sides of the Middle East Issue. They solve a problem using a conflict resolution strategy.