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  1. Overview of This Unit • A Group Report • Conflict: The positive:Groups vs. Individual Problem Solving The negative: Handling Conflict • Assertiveness

  2. Group Report Activity • Presentations on January 29 • Written and Oral Materials

  3. Overview of This Unit • A Group Report • Conflict: The positive:Groups vs. Individual Problem Solving The negative: Handling Conflict • Assertiveness

  4. Text Review on Conflict • Types of conflict? • Conflict styles? • Conflict management?

  5. Groups vs. Individual Problem Solving: Advantages of Groups • Error Catching • Immediate Reactions • Quality of Decisions

  6. AnalysisExercise 1 What is the area of the following object? (not to scale) 10 inches 5 inches 5 inches 20 inches

  7. AnalysisExercise 2 . . . . . . . . .

  8. AnalysisExercise 2 . . . . . . . . .

  9. Exercise 3 The Travels of the Worm

  10. Exercise 4 • 6 miles south • 3 miles east • 2 miles north • 1 mile west • 4 miles north • What color was the bear?

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  12. Overcoming Obstacles to Analytical Thinking • Getting at Implied Facts • Thinking Systematically

  13. Getting at Implied Facts I love a mystery

  14. Overview of This Unit • A Group Report • Conflict: The positive: Groups vs. Individual Problem Solving The negative: Handling Conflict • Assertiveness

  15. Win as Much as You Can IF: Groups Choosing Groups Choosing TV Ads Radio Ads

  16. Overview of This Unit • A Group Report • Conflict: The positive: Groups vs. Individual Problem Solving The negative: Handling Conflict • Assertiveness

  17. What is your style? • The Nonconfrontational style • Confrontational Style • Cooperative Style

  18. Message Styles Assertive Nonsssertive Aggressive Shows respect for our own and others’ rights Ignores our own rights Allows others to choose outcome Causes others pain Leads others to think less of themselves

  19. Steps of Assertiveness • Objectively describe the other person’s behavior • Disclose how that behavior has made us feel • Identify the effects of the other person’s behavior --and state what we want • Listen • Paraphrase

  20. Elements of Assertive Behavior • Consider the situation, relationship, goal, and ethnic background • State what we want • State opinions and feelings • Use descriptive terms • Use “I” messages

  21. Elements Not in Assertive Behavior • Name calling • Interrupt • Talk excessively

  22. See you Next Time!