Conflict Resolution - Students 2

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Student Activity Sheet A

Directions: Study the comic strips below. Circle the answers that show the characters handling a conflict appropriately

Student Activity Sheet B

Who are the characters in this script?

What does Darren like to do?

What does Tori like to do?

How do you feel when someone insists on always doing what they want to do?

Student Activity Sheet C

Directions: In the scripts below circle two nouns in purple that name a person and one noun that names a place. In red circle two verbs.

Remember:

A noun names a person, place, thing, or idea.

A verb names describe an action, state, or occurrence.

Example script of demonstrating appropriate conflict resolution:
Darren: Hey, I really want to go sledding. Do you want to go?
Tori: I don’t really like sledding but I will still go with you.
Darren: That’s so nice of you. Is there something you would like to do also?
Tori: Yes, I would love to go ice skating.

Example script of demonstrating inappropriate conflict resolution:
Darren: Hey, I really want to go sledding. Do you want to go?
Tori: I don’t like sledding at all so no.
Darren: Why don’t you ever want to do what I want to do. I always have to do what you want.
Tori: I’m not going sledding and that’s it.
Darren: Wait, this just isn’t right! Why can’t we just take turns picking an activity. That’s what is fair to everyone

Directions: How many syllables do you hear in the words below?

Student Lesson Review Sheet

Directions: Complete the following questions.

1. What is a conflict?

2. What is conflict resolution?

3. Give three examples of when a conflict can occur.

4. Why is it important to resolve the conflicts that we have with other people?