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Conflict: Part 1 – Reacting to Conflict

Overview

In this lesson pupils will take part in discussions relating to situations of conflict. Pupils will consider actions which provoke conflict and actions which can help to calm conflict. They will reflect on their own responses to conflict and identify their personal areas for development. Activities are designed to help pupils improve their self-awareness, equipping them with simple strategies for responding pro-actively to confrontation.

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