Conflict Resolution
Created by Hope Veiga
University of Phoenix

ID #: 5756

Subject Area: Other
Grade Level: 2

Lesson Summary
Students will learn the proper way to listen, get along with others, and respect peers and adults.

Learning Objectives and Computer Functions
This lesson plan uses 0 objectives.

Problem Nature
Team work, communication skills, and getting along with people who don't always agree or see eye to eye on issues are the real world issues this lesson is centered around.

Problem Data

Notes on Using Data
Data comes from the video and follow up activities. They will have control of some data through role play and the creation of their power point and brochure.

Problem Statement
Everyday you interact with friends and adults that might not agree with you. These people might also spread untruths about you. It is very important that you learn the proper way to deal with these issues in order to avoid fighting or walking away. Today you will learn how to effectively deal with conflict management and the best way to approach these types of issues.

Data Manipulation
The learner used computers at level

Integration Strategies

Organization Strategies
Create a chart comparing and contrasting the differences in conflict resolution methods.

Elaboration Strategies
Come up with scenarios and role play the scenarios. Also, create a presentation and brochure elaborating on the video.

Results Presentation
Take home assignments to complete with a parent

Illustrate the conflict resolution methods presented in the video

Create a power point to describe the methods as well as a brochure to hand out through the guidance counseling office.

Activities Before Using the Computer
Teacher will write on the board three scenarios dealing with conflict resolution. Students will write on paper how they would react to the scenarios. Then, class will discuss the responses students wrote. Teacher will introduce the three types of conflict resolution discussed in the Out on a Limb video. Teacher will use the InFocus machine to demonstrate with the class how to maneuver the Out on a Limb video.

Strategies to develop students' attitudes towards the problem, motivation, and overall mindfulness:
--Why is conflict resolution important?
--What are potential problems that could occur if the proper conflict resolution is not used?
--Why is listening such an important issue?
--How can listening skills reduce conflicts?
--Can these three types of conflict resolutions be used outside of school? Where?

Also, by demonstrating the video and how to use the video, students will clearly understand what is required of them.


Activities While Using the Computer
Students will work at the computer indiv

Group Information:


Activities After Using the Computer
After students have completed the video and they have done the online activities, teacher will hand out follow-up activities. Students will do one activity per day for the entire week. Teacher will discuss with the class the three types of conflict resolution. Students will be given worksheets each night to complete at home. Parents and students will create three scenarios and discuss the loud, soft, and think and share styles for each scenario.

Supporting Activities
Define these terms: conflict, resolution, anger, communication, solution

Write a short story or play in which characters are dealing with a conflict. Have your characters discuss the right and wrong ways to deal with conflict resolution.
Illustrate the characters in your story dealing with all three conflict resolution models

Students will be assessed by means of:

Included in the assessment:
Students will be evaluated based on participation in class discussion, completion of the Out on a Limb video, activity completion, and worksheet assignments. A rubric will also be used analyzing each activity.

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