These sites contain activities and discussion ideas to help students learn about conflict and practice the skills involved in identifying and resolving conflicts peacefully. There are stories that illustrate conflict situations, videos, and role-playing opportunities so that students can see and practice the techniques described.
Here are two lesson plan ideas that explore some of the options people have when dealing with conflict situations. Includes lessons for elementary, middle, and high school levels. NOTE: The site includes ads.
This lesson activity uses the "Tape Recorder Fight Play" script. After the script is acted out, students can have a chance to practice a problem solving approach to conflict resolution. NOTE: This page links to a site that contains ads and pop-ups.
There are many ways that people resolve conflicts that they have with each other, some of which have names. With this exercise, students can learn to identify some of the vocabulary terms used in conflict resolution. NOTE: This page links to a site that contains ads and pop-ups.
This website describes activities for teaching children the skills needed to deal with bullies by promoting positive social skills such as cooperation, communication, and conflict resolution. There are links to a video, worksheet, and short story about bullying.
Why is it important to have rules? This lesson plan refers to the book Kids with Character, by Maureen Duran. Students can participate in two unfair activities and three role-playing scenarios that illustrate the concept of fairness.