We found 60 resources with the concept interpersonal communication
Respect: It’s up to All of Us
8th - 12th CCSS: Adaptable
New ReviewWhen it comes to respect, you get what you give! Teen leaders take a look at the many factors that foster a respectful attitude and environment with a series of 15 short activities. Topics include community problems, anger management,...
YELL Louder Than Ever Before!
6th - 12th CCSS: Adaptable
New ReviewHere's one teen leadership unit that will have everyone yelling! Young scholars engage in highly effective leadership training using a mixture of group and individual activities. Each section of the lesson plan focuses on a key attribute...
The Process of Negotiation
9th - 12th CCSS: Designed
New ReviewWhat does it take to be a great negotiator? Learners discover the factors that affect the negotiation process through group discussion and brainstorming. An installment in a series of peacebuilding activities compares the needs and wants...
Maintaining Trusting Relationships
9th - 12th CCSS: Designed
New ReviewWhat role does trust play in diffusing a tense situation? Young social scientists explore trust on a personal and global level during a lesson on peace and conflict. After participating in a trust sit, participants work in groups to...
Responding to Conflict: Negotiation—Identifying Wants and Needs
6th - 8th CCSS: Adaptable
Let's make a deal! Are real negotiations as simple as they are in the game show? Scholars learn the art of negotiation during the 8th lesson in a series of 15. The activity kicks off with a fun group negotiation, then explores the topic...
Random Acts of Kindness: Active Listening Skills
It's hard enough for adults to listen well to others, let alone teenagers. Start your middle schoolers out on the right foot with a collection of lessons on active listening skills, which reinforce the empathy and kindness needed for a positive class environment.
Random Acts of Kindness: Communicating Effectively
Get the point across with a series of activities designed to enhance junior high students' communication skills. After working through peer discussion and reflective writing activities, learners engage in a research project about how larger organizations—governments and companies, to name a few—communicate with each other.
Random Acts of Kindness: Complimenting Others
Teach elementary learners how to spread kindness in their classroom with a collection of resources about giving compliments. The lessons encourage pupils to examine and share their strengths, as well as to spread positivity and good cheer among their peers.