Conflict Resolution - Student 3

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Student Activity Sheet A

As a group, complete the following:

Think of a recent conflict you or others had. Describe the conflict, the different points of view and the way it was resolved.

Student Activity Sheet B

Directions: Review the five conflict resolution tips and answer the questions below.

    Conflict Resolution Tips

    Tip 1: Conflict is a part of life. There is no escaping it. Keeping your feelings bottled up inside won’t help. Talk about it and work towards a solution.

    Tip 2: Don’t make it personal. Learn to deal with the problem, not the person. Conflict occurs because of an issue, not because of a person. Always be respectful and listen.

    Tip 3: Don’t bring up the past. If there has been conflict in the past, let it go. Stick to the present.

    Tip 4: Be understanding. Put yourself in the other person’s shoes. Remember to be tolerant.

    Tip 5: If you are wrong, accept it and say, “I’m sorry.”


1. Which one is the easiest for you? Why?

2. Which one is the hardest for you? Why?

Student Topic Checkout

Directions: Complete each below.

1. Describe conflict in your own words.

2. Describe how you can resolve conflict in your own words.