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Help Wanted – Write A Creative Want Ad

Choose an occupation and write a want ad to fill the position.  Use of irony and humor can deepen this activity.

Here is my example:


Requirements--must have a brain the size of a watermelon, patience deeper than the ocean and a look that can melt steel.  Hours—dawn until dusk and infiltration into your dreams.  Pay—Oh, don’t worry about that, think of the good you will be doing!

If I Was Invisible

A teacher faces many challenges.

What is the Value of Homework

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Conflict – Confrontation

Confrontations can be either violent or non-violent.  Violent confrontations involve threats and intimidations and can lead to physical exchanges.  Non-violent confrontations focus on problem solving and are the way to find win/win situations.

Let’s look at some of the aspects of non-violent confrontations. 

  • Discussing feelings
  • Listening to another person’s point of view
  • Understanding that people don’t always agree on everything
  • Looking for creative solutions
  • Weighing different possible outcomes
  • Decision making

Effective problem-solving skills get better with practice!

This family used these steps to solve their problem.

A Story of Conflict Resolution

I Want The Remote

I'm sure we can find a compromise.

Generating New Ideas

Alex's Mystery Picture

Can you solve
Alex's Mystery Picture?

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