Handling Disagreements - Students 1

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Student Activity Sheet A

Directions: Check whether you should agree or disagree in the following situations.

1. Your friend wants to borrow someone’s bike without permission.

2. A police officer tells you to wear your bike helmet.

3. Your mom says you’re grounded for not following directions.

4. Your friend wants to drive bikes in a location where bike riding is not allowed.

Student Activity Sheet B

Directions: Study the comic strips below. Check or circle the answers that show that the characters are making new friends.

Student Activity Sheet C

Directions: Draw a comic to match the script you listened to.

Student Topic Checkout

Directions: Check the box for the best answer.

1. Your friend wants to pick the next game to play. But, it’s your turn. You say, “Anya if I remember correctly you picked the last game. That would mean it is now my turn.”

2. Your friend says you did the math problem wrong. You say, “No I didn’t. You are dumb and don’t know what you’re talking about.”

3. Your sister says you broke her new toy. You yell and scream at her telling you did not do it.

4. Your best friend says spaghetti is the best food. You say, “I like spaghetti, but I think another food is the best. I think lasagna is the best.”