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CL pg. 114. Define the Terms to Learn What causes conflict? Explain the 6 steps in resolving conflicts? List the principles necessary for resolving conflicts. What is the cost of violence to society? (Test Question ) Take a shape sheet from the front table and cut out all of the shapes.

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Cl pg 114
CL pg. 114

  • Define the Terms to Learn

  • What causes conflict?

  • Explain the 6 steps in resolving conflicts?

  • List the principles necessary for resolving conflicts.

  • What is the cost of violence to society? (Test Question)

  • Take a shape sheet from the front table and cut out all of the shapes.



Conflict1
Conflict

  • To come to a disagreement

    Conflict Resolution

  • The methods and processes involved in facilitating the peaceful ending of conflict.


Conflict resolution step 1
Conflict Resolutionstep 1

Part 1;

Define the problem

Admit your role

in the conflict or

problem

Express your

Feelings using

“I” messages

Say something positive about the other person

Describe the

Behavior that

Bothers you

specifically


  • Don’t be phony

  • Avoid using terms like “always”, “never”, and “none.”

  • Don’t assume your feelings are obvious to the other person

  • Avoid using “you” statements

  • Avoid name calling

  • Talk about behaviors not attitudes


Conflict resolution step 2
Conflict Resolution step 2

Part 2

Summarize you

feelings

for clarification



Conflict resolution step 3
Conflict Resolution step 3

Part 3:

Look for

Solutions

together


  • Offer to change some aspect of own behavior

  • Consider all possible solutions

  • Offer to help other person or ask for his/her help

  • Analyze each solution for consequences

  • Solution should involve some change in both parties


Conflict resolution step 4
Conflict Resolution Step 4

Part 4:

End with an expression of Love or respect for each other


  • Be willing to make compromises

  • Examine your motive for bringing up conflict

  • Don’t ask “why” or keep repeating yourself

  • Don’t attempt to settle the conflict at the scene of the crime.

  • Set aside a regular time and place for resolving conflicts.

  • Know what you’re going to talk about before you begin

  • Don’t bring up the past; work only in the present

  • Consider the other person’s feelings and your relationship

  • Treat other person with respect and dignity

  • Avoid sidetracking


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