Product Number : 1015480
Features role plays of edgy scenarios teens face everyday
Topics: Understanding Conflict, Conflict and Me, Fuel to the Fire, Be Your Own Master, Constructive Communication, It??ç?ûs a Matter of Perspective, The Moment of Truth
Conflict Resolution from the Inside Out: Helping Teens Manage Conflict in the World. This innovative reproducible activity book teaches practical skills for handling conflicts and addresses the many underlying issues that influence how teens approach such situations. Role plays featuring edgy scenarios inspire candid discussions about conflicts teens face every day and help them recognize the power they have to affect the outcome of a conflict. Also featured are thought-provoking writing exercises, cathartic art projects, and many other engaging activities that will teach teens how to effectively and creatively manage the conflicts they face in the real world. Can be used in a wide range of settings, including schools, clinics, inpatient settings, and after-school programs. 120 page spiral-bound book, with CD. Recommended for grades 9-12.
Conflict and Me
Fuel to the Fire
Be Your Own Master
It's a Matter of Perspective
The Moment of Truth
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