Five days of Social & Emotional Learning lessons that go along with the story The Rainbow Fish by Marcus Pfister. This lesson is the perfect way to introduce or review compromising at the beginning of the year, or when your class is in need of a refresher. Lessons are all intended to be “mini”
I used this handout as a guide in instructing conflict resolution and appropriate communication skills to an upper elementary health class.
The first page of the handout gives students a way of learning what the steps are in working through a predicament. I walked my students through these three s
This lesson is geared towards K-5 grades. I have added an addendum to the lesson for grades 3-5. The lesson covers conflict resolution, problem solving skills using compromises to settle differences. I have incorporated the Zones of Regulation into the curriculum. The lesson consists of 28 slides/
USA Studies Weekly Conflicts and Compromises Week 25. This resource is to be used to assist in teaching from the 5th grade USA Social Studies Weekly newspapers. This is a companion product. The Weekly magazines are NOT INCLUDED in this product. They must be purchased separately. There are two format
I created this graphic organizer and the corresponding PowerPoint presentation to use in my 8th grade US History class for STAAR review. This graphic organizer covers some of the important issues regarding slavery (Missouri Compromise, Nullification Crisis, Kansas-Nebraska Act, Wilmot Proviso, and t
This is a graphic organizer of three major compromises of the Constitutional Convention: the New Jersey and Virginia plans leading to the Great Compromise, the 3/5 Compromise, and the Commerce and Slave Trade Compromise. Answer key included!
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PowerPoint notes with coordinating student fill in the blank notes. Notes can be used as stand alone or glued into a journal. Notes address Missouri Compromise, Gag Rule, Wilmot Proviso, Compromise of 1850, Kansas-Nebraska Act, and important leaders.
Working on and organizing a National History Day project can be pretty intense. I found that a lot of my students were struggling with focusing their topics back onto the theme of Conflict and Compromise or with narrowing down a specific, defensible argument. This comes complete with a flowchart for
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Working on and organizing a National History Day project can be pretty intense. I found that a lot of my students were struggling with focusing their topics back onto the theme of Conflict and Compromise or with narrowing down a speci
Conflict and compromise are a common theme when teaching Social Studies or History. Your students can fill this out with examples of different conflicts throughout history, including wars, politics, or relationships between different groups of people. This makes for a fantastic thematic review activ
Working on and organizing a National History Day project can be pretty intense. I found that a lot of my students were struggling with narrowing down a specific, defensible argument. This really helped streamline their thinking as they put together their research!
★★★★★ Get 15 Days of full lesson plans in this impacting health unit! Good conflict resolution lessons are so hard to find!! When I got ready to teach my 9th graders conflict resolution skills, I was surprised that I just couldn't find any lessons I felt were effective, relevant, AND engaging.So
This bundle includes three mini-units designed to help students resolve conflicts peacefully both face-to-face and online. Assertive I-statements, active listening, empathy, compromises, negotiating, brainstorming, and peer mediation are all strategies students will explore to learn how to resolve e
Are you looking for engaging, low-prep conflict resolution activities? These 9 resources will help your students differentiate between healthy and unhealthy conflict resolution. Your students will also learn about and practice healthy conflict resolution strategies such as using I-statements, apolog
Looking for a hands on way to teach about conflict resolution skills? These 8 interactive notebook activities are perfect for helping students learn what healthy conflict resolution is, and how to use conflict resolution strategies such as using I-statements, making a compromise, apologizing and usi
Help students learn to brainstorm, negotiate, and agree on win-win compromises to resolve interpersonal conflicts. Using I-statements to assertively express feelings and wants, using empathy and active listening to understand others, and brainstorming three specific types of compromises (turn-taking
Help students develop strategies to resolve conflicts peacefully in both face-to-face and online situations with this mini-unit. I-statements, appropriate body language, active listening, empathy, and how to negotiate a compromise are all explored. (For more in-depth strategies on negotiating differ
Want to take your PowerPoint / Google Slides Presentations and APUSH Lectures to the next level? 10 PowerPoints and corresponding organized Lecture Outlines aligned to 2019 APUSH / AP U.S. History Standards and Topics 5.2 - 5.11!NEW: Google Slides Versions for ALL PowerPoints included as well!This P
This resource is a 20+ slide PowerPoint presentation that tackles the issue of Conflict Management in a positive light. It covers definitions, examples, behaviours (competing, avoiding, accommodating, compromising and collaborating) and tasks for learners to complete. It also contains worksheets for
Internet Safety, Anti-Bullying, Weapon Safety, Conflict, and Violence Worksheets - Reading Comprehension Passages, Questions, and Annotations It contains 5 Engaging, Non-Fiction Reading Comprehension Passages with Directions for Student Annotations! Reading Comprehension Questions also included! Que
Conflict resolution and mediation for teachers. Help build and maintain a great moral tone in your classroom and school. A great resource for teachers, parents, counselors and special education teachers. Included in this package you'll find worksheets on:1. Strategies for Solving Conflict (Take tur
Objective: To examine the causes and effects of the conflict that erupted over the proposed statehood of Missouri.Key Terms and People:Abraham LincolnMissouri CompromiseSectionalismCommon Core Learning Standards:Reading Standards for Literacy in History/Social Studies - 1,2,3,4,6,7,10Multimedia:Vide