PYP 3 - Who We Are - Conflict & Resolution
An inquiry into the nature of the self; beliefs and value; personal, physical, mental, social and spiritual health; human relationships including families, friends, communities and culture; rights and responsibilities; what it means to be human
Understanding other people’s perspectives and communicating our own points of view help us live together peacefully
Lines of Inquiry
Interactivity for conflict and resolution lesson: http://www.creducation.org/cre/crday/games/
Good theory for kids about conflict resolution http://www.cyh.com/HealthTopics/HealthTopicDetailsKids.aspx?p=335&np=287&id=1521
lesson plan compilation to teach conflict resolution
presentation about resolving conflict
a short opening activities for lesson about conflict and resolution: http://www.teachervision.fen.com/classroom-management/activity/2922.html
http://urbanext.illinois.edu/conflict/index.html : out of the limb.
Good resource for explaining the conflict solutions
Causation, Perspective, Reflection
Open-minded and communicator
Respect, tolerance and empathy
A short film created to help teach students about friendship.
See Kelsos choices in action! Short, true-to-life vignettes to help students see how kids use
Kelsos choices to solve everyday problems.
A rap video about how to resolve interpersonal conflict.
1st Formative Assessment
Students are expected to know the causes of differences by analyzing the differences of their and others' positive and negative personality. Criteria :
2nd Formative Assessment
Students analyze the cause, solutions of the problem, consequences and make a conclusion. Criteria :
3rd Formative Assessment
For over a month, teachers observe the way students interact with their classmates. The record is done weekly. Criteria :
Students choose their own case study of a real situation and document their findings, showing different perspectives and suggestions for how to communicate appropriately
Assessment strategy : process-focused assessment
Assessment tool : rubric