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    1. Conflict Resolution: Remember the Titans Grade 11 Health

    2. What is Conflict?

    3. Conflict and Violence Why do people associate conflict with violence? Violence is the more visual and easier to identify. Grabs our attention because of its graphic nature.

    4. What is the difference between conflict and violence? Conflict A state of open, often prolonged fighting; a battle or war. A state of disharmony between incompatible or antithetical persons, ideas, or interests; a clash. Psychology. A psychic struggle, often unconscious, resulting from the opposition or simultaneous functioning of mutually exclusive impulses, desires, or tendencies.

    5. Violence Physical force exerted for the purpose of violating, damaging, or abusing: crimes of violence. The act or an instance of violent action or behaviour. Abusive or unjust exercise of power.

    6. Can Conflict be Positive? Yes: - it can shape our thinking so that we have a better understanding of people, situations and ideas. - it brings the parties closer together - an expression of feelings

    7. Can Conflicts be Negative? Yes: - if parties are not flexible and open-minded - if conflict is taken personal (get backs up) - if not resolved, tensions can build and get worse - communication, verbalising and hearing ideas and feelings are key. If this breaks down can lead to violence.

    8. Conflict Resolution Behaviour Responses: Avoidance: denial, attempt to please others at his/her expense, postpone, change the subject, reject, non-communication Confrontation: aggression, win at all costs, criticism, manipulation, bullying, distortion, pressure Resolution: share, compromise, get help, apologize, discussion, humour, problem solving, I-messages (I feel. Etc.), active listening

    10. Four Types of Conflict Internal conflict (conflict within self) - a type of conflict that deals with personal issues - when one deals with personal morals and beliefs Interpersonal conflict (person vs person) - a type of conflict that involves two people

    11. Intragroup Conflict (in-group) - a conflict within ONE group Intergroup Conflict (group vs group) - a conflict between two groups

    12. Work on Types of Conflict Handout

    13. Causes of Conflict Why do arguments begin? Why do people fight? What are the causes of conflict?

    14. Causes of Conflict There are three general things that can lead to conflict, these are: Resources: Tangible needs that are finite and concrete. ( Example: money, space, clothes, day-to day tools/needs) Psychological: Less tangible needs like feelings, self-worth, and belonging. Values: Involve deeply held beliefs about how we view society including morals (religion/cultural/parental etc.)

    15. Work on Handout: Causes of Conflict

    16. Anger Management What are some anger management strategies you can use in a tough situation? - Be patient, active listening, sense of humour, physical activity (take mind off situation), plan ahead, talk with someone, listen to music, write things down, watch a movie

    17. Anger Management What are the benefits to anger management? - Reduced aggression, reduced violence, better coping skills, healthier mind and body, increased self esteem, reduced depression and increased energy.

    18. Anger Management What are some techniques for dealing with angry disputants? - ignore, laugh, apologize, change subject, invite criticism, reframe, negotiate, mediate, adjudicate, accept/agree to differences

    19. Mediation versus Adjudication Mediator- a neutral third party who helps the participants work things out. Adjudicator- a neutral third party who listens to both sides of the story, then makes a judgement based on the information presented.

    20. What situations may require a mediator and an adjudicator?

    21. Steps to Conflict Resolution State the Problem: a) clearly define the problem b) Dont place blame or accuse Define the scope of the problem (reasons for the problem) a) areas of agreement b) areas of disagreement Brainstorm possible solutions a) list as many solutions as possible

    22. Steps to Conflict Resolution Identify the Consequences of the solutions a) For each solution brainstormed, list the consequences for each Choose a solution on which both parties can agree

    23. Steps for Conflict Resolution Worksheet Get into Groups. Pick a conflict from the movie and work through the worksheet and come up with the best solution. You will be presenting this to the class. Possible Conflict: School Board (white) and the Human Rights Activists (black) over who should coach the team after state combined the two schools (Yoast or Boone)

    24. End of Conflict Resolution Try to apply some of these positive and healthy methods of dealing with conflict in your life.