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7 th Grade Health Conflict Resolution 3 rd Quarter – February 25, 2013. Bell Ringer. Journal Entry Write about a time when you had a conflict? How did you resolve the conflict? Have you ever had a conflict that was brought on by another person? How did you respond?

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7 th grade health conflict resolution 3 rd quarter february 25 2013

7th Grade HealthConflict Resolution3rd Quarter – February 25, 2013


Bell ringer

Bell Ringer

Journal Entry

Write about a time when you had a conflict?

How did you resolve the conflict?

Have you ever had a conflict that was brought on by another person?

How did you respond?

How did the conflict end?


5 minute break

5 minute Break

  • Water

  • Bathroom

  • Sharpen Pencils

  • Return to Squads


What is conflict

What is Conflict?

A disagreement between people with opposing viewpoints, ideas, or goals.


What are the different types of conflict

What are the different types of Conflict?

  • Conflicts with Parents and Guardians:usually occur over limits, responsibilities, or expectations.

  • Conflicts Between Siblings: Often involve property or space. Also involve competition

  • Conflicts with Teachers / Admin Similar reasons as conflicts with Parents and Guardians.


Types of conflicts continued

Types of Conflicts (continued)

  • Conflicts with Peers and Friends:Typically involve accidents or misunderstandings.

  • Bullying: Picking on someone or may be smaller or weaker. Picking on someone who may have a unique gift or talent. Teasing is a form of bullying.

  • Labeling (name-calling):Hurtful form of bullying usually based on a prejudice (a negative and unjustly formed opinion of someone)


Video conflict with authority

Video: Conflict with Authority


Warning signs of a building conflict

Warning Signs of a Building Conflict

  • Physical SignsA Knot in the StomachFaster Heart RateA Lump in the ThroatBalled-Up FistsCold or Sweaty PalmsA Sudden Surge of Energy

  • Emotional SignsFeeling ConcernedGetting DefensiveWanting to CryNot Feeling ValuedWanting to Lash OutWanting to Escape


Conflict resolution t a l k method

Conflict ResolutionT-A-L-K Method

  • (T)ake a Time Out

  • (A)llow each person to tell his or her story

  • (L)et each person ask questions

  • (K)eep Brainstorming


6 ways in which conflicts can be resolved

6 ways in which Conflicts Can be Resolved

  • COMMUNICATE Some conflicts start because people misunderstand each other. Talking things out and explaining might take care of it.

  • NEGOTIATE When two or more people decide to work out a conflict themselves, they might follow a set of steps. The steps help them work out the conflict or negotiate.  


6 ways in which conflicts can be resolved1

6 ways in which Conflicts Can be Resolved

  • MEDIATE Sometimes people want to work out a problem but have trouble negotiating. They might ask someone to help them. That person is called a mediator. He or she mediates the conflict by helping the people work it out. The mediator does not tell the people what to do; he or she helps them decide for themselves. 

  • ARBITRATE Sometimes a mediator does solve people's problems. Then he or she isn't called a mediator. He or she is called an arbitrator. When people ask an arbitrator to help them, they must agree to do whatever the arbitrator suggests. 


6 ways in which conflicts can be resolved2

6 ways in which Conflicts Can be Resolved

  • LITIGATE When people can't work out their conflict themselves, they may go to a court and have a trial. They hire lawyers and go before a judge. A judge is like an arbitrator. The lawyers try to convince the judge that their client is right. The judge decides who is right according to the law and decides what solution there should be. 

  • LEGISLATE To legislate is to make something the law or a rule. Some kinds of conflicts cause people to try to change laws or rules so the problem won't happen again.


Indentify the resolution

Indentify the Resolution

  • Directions: Read the situations and indentify what type of conflict resolution is being used.


Table of contents

Table of Contents

  • Journal Entry

  • Health Inventory: Conflict Resolution

  • Study Guide Page1

  • Study Guide Page 2

  • Identify the Resolution

  • Safari Video Quiz

  • Crossword Puzzle


Bullying video

Bullying Video

  • Bullying: Just Because Your Bigger


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