• Maintain a discussion related to some type of conflict.
• Discuss and/or debate the benefits/challenges of types of family structures.
• Express and explain how to deal with a conflict.
• Express opinions and react to how people have dealt with conflict.
• Demonstrates comprehension of content from authentic audio visual texts relating to conflicts.
• Evaluates and interprets written texts and materials on conflicts.
• Produce oral and written reports on suggestions for conflict resolution.
• Produce an activity showing conflict resolution.
• Produce an oral or written presentation
reflecting current trends and/or attitudes in
society related to conflict resolution/relationships.
• Explore attitudes when reacting to conflicts/relationships.
• Make connections between conflicts and relationships.
• Compare and contrast conflicts between friends and conflicts between family members.
Read/Listen to a conflict and then write about the two sides of the conflict or pick a side and defend it.
Give students a topic (a break-up, misunderstanding with a best friend or parent, etc.) and have them present a dialogue in groups of two.
Write an e-mail describing a problem/conflict to “Dear Abby” / La Doctora Corazón or respond to a pre-written e-mail as “Dear Abby”.
Write/Speak about a conflict they have had in their life and how they resolved it.