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1 WELCOME TO THE P ROBLEM- S OLVING G ROUP

2 PROBLEM-SOLVING Expectations 1. Show Respect- listening, raising your hand, taking turns speaking, sitting up 2. Show Responsibility- coming on time, having your DPR card ready. 3. Be Safe – staying seated, placing books/materials on the side. Remember : Confidentiality!! What is said in the room stays in the room!

3 DPR CARD Period123456789Totals Goal 1 I followed the classroom expectations (3 Bs). 0 1 20 1 2 0 1 20 1 2 0 1 20 1 2 0 1 20 1 2 0 1 20 1 2 0 1 20 1 2 0 1 20 1 2 0 1 20 1 2 0 1 20 1 2 Goal 2 I responded to others appropriately (respectful, volume, body lang., words, facial exp, etc ) 0 1 20 1 2 0 1 20 1 2 0 1 20 1 2 0 1 20 1 2 0 1 20 1 2 0 1 20 1 2 0 1 20 1 2 0 1 20 1 2 0 1 20 1 2 Goal 3 I used my resources appropriately today (sought out support for: understanding, directions, clarification, conflicts, concerns, etc.) 0 1 20 1 2 0 1 20 1 2 0 1 20 1 2 0 1 20 1 2 0 1 20 1 2 0 1 20 1 2 0 1 20 1 2 0 1 20 1 2 0 1 20 1 2 Totals /6 /6 /6 /6 /6 /6 /6 /6 /6 /54 Teacher Initials -Problem Solving DPR PARENT SIGNATURE:______________________________ To be returned daily. NAME : DATE:____/___/______

4 WHAT DO I NEED TO DO WITH THE DPR CARD? AM: Check in with your Homeroom Teacher Get your DPR Card Hand in your signed DPR from the night before Bring DPR Card to each period Give to teacher as you enter class Discuss your progress at the end of the class with the teacher PM: Check out at 2:10 in the LMC Bell rings at 2:10 to leave class Go to LMC to YOUR Advisor Bring DPR Card home to share with parents & get signed Goal is 80% average for 4 weeks

5 Students Name-### Students Name-### Students Name-### Period: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Show this pass to your teacher BEFORE leaving class Come to: Room 317 Room:________________ If this period is your lunch time please bring your lunch/drink

6 PROBLEM-SOLVING SESSION 1 Problem Solving a Task What is a Problem/Conflict? Interpreting a Problem Responding to Problems Benefits of Problem Solving Wrap Up!

7 ACTIVITY TIME Tower Build Purpose: To have students work together to problem solve a task. Materials: Index cards Directions: Break students into equal groups. Give each group a stack of index cards Tell the groups that they are working together to problem solve how to build the tallest tower out of index cards. THE GREAT EGG DROP The goal is to build a structure that will prevent an egg from breaking when it is dropped from a height of 8 feet. The only materials allowed are 20 straws and 30 inches of 12-inch masking tape. Try to do it with as few materials as possible.

8 DISCUSSION How did you get started? What strategy did you use to build your tower? How did you decide on the design? Was it easy to get started? Did your team agree right away on the plan? Notes: Facilitator should look for the following: Observe group dynamics – Who takes charge? Is there discussion or does one person take over? Any positive or negative comments being said? **You may want to take some notes on your observations so that you can refer back to what you saw.

9 PROBLEM-SOLVING SESSION 2 Problem Solving a Task What is a Problem/Conflict? Interpreting a Problem Responding to Problems Benefits of Problem Solving Wrap Up!

10 PROBLEM-SOLVING Expectations 1. Show Respect- listening, raising your hand, taking turns speaking, sitting up 2. Show Responsibility- coming on time, having your DPR card ready. 3. Be Safe – staying seated, placing books/materials on the side. Remember : Confidentiality!! What is said in the room stays in the room!

11 COME UP WITH YOUR OWN DEFINITION. What is a problem?

12 WHAT IS A PROBLEM? When someone is dealing with a difficult situation, or when something/someone makes one feel uncomfortable.

13 WHAT CAUSES A PROBLEM? WHERE DO PROBLEMS HAPPEN? HomeSchool IllnessLoss Community Life Changes Be aware of the responses that are shown in the video. Conflict Resolution - The Waterboy https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_ZpDnXYIFjo

14 WHAT CAUSES A PROBLEM CONTD… When you think of problems that you may have at home or school, what do you think of? Getting along with the teacher Getting along with students Keeping up with work Remembering things, etc. Give some examples of some problems that you may deal with in the….. Hallways at school Cafeteria At home What were some ways you dealt with these problems, and how effective were those solutions?

15 Problem Solving a Task What is a Problem/Conflict? Interpreting a Problem Responding to Problems Benefits of Problem Solving Wrap Up! PROBLEM-SOLVING SESSION 3

16 PROBLEM-SOLVING Expectations 1. Show Respect- listening, raising your hand, taking turns speaking, sitting up 2. Show Responsibility- coming on time, having your DPR card ready. 3. Be Safe – staying seated, placing books/materials on the side. Remember : Confidentiality!! What is said in the room stays in the room!

17 PUT ON YOUR THINKING CAPS! Why is it important to understand the problem? Helps to : decrease the problem eliminate the problem. Activity time! Look at the following slide and determine how many squares you see.

18 How many squares do you see?

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21 How many did you see? Do you see any more??? There are… 30 total squares

22 DISCUSSION: What happened when….. We took a second look? We took a third look? What might happen when we take ANOTHER look at a PROBLEM we are having? Does everyone think or react in the same way? It is important to know that everyone takes in the information differently! Talking it out is an important tool to aid in understanding Seeing more solutions to a problem than you can see at first.

23 LETS TAKE A LOOK 1.Your friend Sam comes to school and he is very quiet today. More quiet than usual. Friends have been asking him all day what is wrong and he says Nothing. In 9 th hour you ask say Hey buddy, whats up?. Sam starts yelling and screaming and you guys get into a fight. What is the basic problem here? You two got into a fight Lets look further into what just happened: Sam doesnt look himself today Sam is quiet 2.Throughout the year some of your friends have been involved in some inappropriate peer interactions. Recently, Sue, your good friend had some things written about her on Facebook. Today she is ignoring you and your hearing that she is saying things about you to other people. When you approach her about what is being said she starts pushing you and says get out of my face! We are not friends anymore! What is the basic problem here? Sue is mad at you. Lets look further into what just happened: Sue is not talking to you Sue has had some negative things printed

24 REMEMBER: Go take a another look BEFORE reacting to a problem.

25 PROBLEM SOLVING SESSION 4 Problem Solving a Task What is a Problem/Conflict? Interpreting a Problem Responding to Problems Benefits of Problem Solving Wrap Up! Lets practice!!

26 PROBLEM-SOLVING Expectations 1. Show Respect- listening, raising your hand, taking turns speaking, sitting up 2. Show Responsibility- coming on time, having your DPR card ready. 3. Be Safe – staying seated, placing books/materials on the side. Remember : Confidentiality!! What is said in the room stays in the room!

27 WHAT TO DO! What are some positive ways you can respond to a problem? Ignore (does this always work?) Walk Away (does this always work?) Inform them to stop and say how you are feeling I-Messages (I feel ________ when _______ because _______.) Peer Mediation Report the Problem : Who? (Home, School, Community) Note: Although you are not in control of what others do, you are in control of what you do!

28 ROLE PLAYS School Characters: Student 1, Student 2 Setting: School Scene: A classmate has asked you for the twentieth time to borrow a pen. Every time you lend her one, you dont get it back, so this time you say no. She gets angry and starts to yell at you. School Characters: Student 1, other students Setting: School Scene: You and a couple of your classmates go to the game after school to see one of your friends play. When the game is over two of your classmates start talking about how your friend did so bad in the game. They start saying bad things and cutting him/her down.

29 YOU GOT THE SKILL…. NOW USE IT!! There's always a Solution to the problem.

30 PROBLEM SOLVING LESSON 5 Problem Solving a Task What is a Problem/Conflict? Interpreting a Problem Responding to Problems Benefits of Problem Solving Wrap Up! Why use these new skills????

31 PROBLEM-SOLVING Expectations 1. Show Respect- listening, raising your hand, taking turns speaking, sitting up 2. Show Responsibility- coming on time, having your DPR card ready. 3. Be Safe – staying seated, placing books/materials on the side. Remember : Confidentiality!! What is said in the room stays in the room!

32 WHY IS PROBLEM SOLVING SO IMPORTANT??? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tn1BI65LSlk WHAT WILL IT DO FOR ME?? WHY DO I NEED TO KNOW THESE SKILLS NOW?? WHAT WILL IT GET ME?? HOW OFTEN WILL I NEED THEM?

33 WHERE YOU FALL SAYS A LOT ABOUT YOU HOW DO YOU WANT OTHERS TO SEE YOU? WHAT DO YOU WANT OTHERS TO SAY ABOUT YOU? PEACEMAKER BEHAVIORS Doing: NegotiatingSharingPraising ImaginingRespectingPlanning Thinking: ImaginingRespectingPlanning CaringLovingCalming Feeling: CaringLovingCalming PEACEBREAKER Doing: FightingYellingPunishing BlamingRejecting Thinking: BlamingRejecting HatingAngeringFearing Feeling: HatingAngeringFearing

34 PROBLEM SOLVING - REVIEW OF SKILLS Role Plays Practice - I –Messages Reporting – when to seek assistance

35 Community Characters: You, Other students, Setting: Community Park Scene: Youre shooting hoops with a friend in a community park. Your friend stops a younger student riding on their bike and demands the students hat. The younger students appears afraid but doesnt want to hand over the hat. You recognize this as theft. Home Characters: You, Parent Setting: Home Scene: When y ou come home from school your parent is very upset because she thinks you broke their favorite vase without telling them about it. He/she automatically grounds you, but you know it was actually your brother/sister who did it. School Characters: Student 1, Student 2 Setting: Hallway Scene: You shared a personal story with a friend and he/she said he/she wouldnt tell anyone. You late find out your friend has told a few other people. Community Characters: You, Other students, Setting: Outside Scene: You and your best friend have plans for the weekend, and you have been looking forward to hanging out all week. On Friday afternoon, your friend tells you he/she cant do it because he/she is doing something with someone else. School Characters: You, Other student Setting: Class Scene: Every time there is test, you notice the student sitting next to you copying your answers. You dont like this person cheating and youre tired of it. You want them to do their own work. Home Characters: You, Other students, Setting: Your bedroom Scene: While getting ready for school, you notice your favorite shirt/sweater is missing. You figure your younger sister/brother has borrowed it, so you ask her/him where it is. She reluctantly pulls it out from under her/his bed only to reveal a big stain on the front of it. Ignore Walk Away I-Messages (I feel ____ when ____ because ____.) Peer Mediation Report the Problem :

36 PROBLEM SOLVING LESSON 6 Problem Solving a Task What is a Problem/Conflict? Interpreting a Problem Responding to Problems Benefits of Problem Solving Wrap Up! Celebration Student Survey


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