Conflict Resolution Real life Problem Solving Bell Ringer: Pick up off the chair, sit down quietly, and begin to work.
Conflict Resolution • Video • http://youtu.be/Gl3e-OUnavQ
Bell Ringer • Journal • When you have a problem with a friend or classmate, what steps do you take to solve it? How do you think other people affect the way you handle your conflicts? • **150 words**
Conflict Resolution • Video • http://youtu.be/xDoQIpe5TxA
Activity • The 5 Step Approach to Managing Anger • With a group with 1 or 2 people sitting near you, review the 5 steps on the hand out and discuss the activity. • Describe what anger is. • Develop some strategies for dealing with anger • Develop a 5 step approach for managing anger.
Vocabulary • Conflict- A disagreement between people with opposing viewpoints, ideas, goals. • Bully- Someone who picks on individuals who are smaller or weaker. • Labeling- Name calling
Video • Bullying • http://10.197.3.241/?a=8549&d=00366AA
Vocabulary • Prejudice- A negative and unjustly formed opinion, usually against people of a different racial, religious, or cultural group. • Escalate- become more serious • Revenge- Punishment, injury, or insult to the person seen as the cause of the strong emotion.
Conflict Resolution • Video • http://youtu.be/vav5uZIN-AE
Vocabulary • Mob mentality- Acting or behaving in a certain and often negative manner because others are doing it. • Conflict Resolution- Solving a disagreement in a way that satisfies both sides. • Win-Win solution- An agreement or outcome that gives each party something it wants.
Vocabulary • Mediation- A process in which a third person, a mediator, helps those in conflict find a solution. • Compromise- An arrangement in which each side gives up something to reach a satisfactory solution.
Conflict Resolution • Video • http://youtu.be/_ZpDnXYIFjo • http://youtu.be/57W05-oopNA
Activity -Get into groups of 2-3 people. (Groups should be different from the first activity.) -Select 2 scenarios. -Identify the conflicts. -Roll play the arguments and their resolutions.
Table of Contents: 1)Journal/Conflict Resolution Notes 2)Five-Step Approach/Continued 3)Activity (group work) 4)Conflict Resolution