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Subject/Grade Level and Topic
Health Education: Communication and Conflict Resolution for grade 9
Group size: about 10-20 students (can be subdivided into mixed groups of 4 or 5)
Why should students learn conflict resolution? Because learning how to resolve conflicts can help students lead more happy, conflict-free and independent lives, and help them get along better with others.
Maryland State Health Standard:
Standard 1 Mental and Emotional Health
Students will demonstrate the ability to use mental and emotional health knowledge, skills, and strategies to enhance wellness.
G. Conflict Resolution
1. Justify the nature of conflict and conflict resolution.
a. Assess conflict resolution strategies that promote and sustain interpersonal relationships.
1. Each student will be able to explain what Conflict means, by writing it in a sentence in their notebooks: for example “Conflict means when someone doesn’t agree with me, or when someone wants me to do something...

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