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1 7 Chapter 7 Section 7.1 Consequences of Conflict Section 7.2 Conflict Resolution SkillsChapter 7Section 7.1Consequences of ConflictSection 7.2Settling Conflicts1
2 Section 7.1 Consequences of Conflict There are many different causes of conflicts. Although some results of conflict can be positive, many results are negative. Violence is the most extreme negative result.2
3 Content Vocabulary Academic Vocabulary trivial progress conflict power struggleprejudiceviolencebully
4 Why Conflicts HappenSome conflicts can be easily resolved, but others can lead to disagreements or violence.conflictA clash between people who have opposing ideas or interests.violencePhysical force used to injure or abuse someone.
5 Why Conflicts HappenA power struggle happens when different people or groups feel a need to be in control.Prejudice is an unfair judgment of others made without knowing all the facts.power struggleWhen multiple individuals or groups feel a need to be in control.prejudiceAn unfair judgment made without knowing all the facts.5
6 Results of conflictConflicts can have both positive and negative results.Negative results include negative emotions, stress, hurtful words, damaged relationships, and violence.Name some positive results that can come from conflict.6
7 ViolenceBullies may need help dealing with their own insecurities and anger.Seek help from bullying from trusted adults.How can bullying at school affect your ability to achieve your educational and personal goals?7
8 Section 7.2 Conflict Prevention It is best to prevent conflicts before they develop by adapting your behavior and examining your attitude. If a conflict cannot be avoided, try resolving it through negotiation or mediation.8
10 Conflict PreventionThe best way to deal with conflict is to keep it from happening.Conflicts may escalate into bigger disagreements or violence.Insert image
11 Conflict PreventionOften, it is easiest to adapt your behavior to match the other person’s.Self-awareness can help you adjust your attitude.What are some questions to ask yourself when you look to adjust your attitude?
12 Conflict PreventionViolence is never acceptable in settling differences.Warning signs of violence include drug and alcohol use, prejudice, social withdrawal, and threats.
13 Conflict ResolutionFind a fair solution that is considerate of both sides of an argument.Preserve the relationship if it can continue healthfully.Strengthen your existing relationships by keeping communication open and respectful.
14 Conflict Resolution A win-win solution benefits everyone involved. Sometimes, a solution to a conflict cannot be reached between the parties involved.A third party may be needed to help resolve the situation.win-win solution A solution that benefits everyone involved and has no real drawbacks for anyone.
15 Conflict ResolutionMany schools have a peer mediation program to help resolve conflicts.peer mediation A process in which specially trained students help other students resolve conflicts peacefully.
16 Chapter Summary Section 7.1 Consequences of ConflictsConflicts happen between people with different ideas or interests.Causes of conflicts include poor communication, power struggles, personality differences, jealousy, and prejudice.
17 Chapter Summary Section 7.1 Consequences of ConflictsSometimes conflict can lead to positive outcomes, but many times it results in negative consequences, including violence.Prevent violence by educating yourself, finding resources, seeing warning signs, reporting potential violence, and avoiding gang influence.
18 Chapter Summary Section 7.2 Settling ConflictsThe best way to deal with conflicts is to prevent them.Adapt your behavior and examine your attitude.Try to find fair solutions and preserve relationships when a fair resolution can be made.
19 Chapter Summary Section 7.2 Settling ConflictsNegotiation and compromise can work when people communicate about a problem to find a fair solution.Mediation can help when people are unable to resolve a conflict on their own.Peer mediation is used by schools to settle differences between students.
20 ReviewDo you remember the vocabulary terms from this chapter? Use the following slides to check your knowledge of the definitions.The slides in this section include both English and Spanish terms and definitions.Start
21 conflictconflictoA clash among people who have opposing ideas or interests.Un choque entre personas que tienen ideas o intereses distintos.Show Definition
22 power struggle lucha de poder When multiple individuals or groups feel a need to be in controlCuando varios individuos o grupos sienten la necesidad de estar en control.Show Definition
23 prejudiceprejuicioUn juicio injusto que se hace sin conocer todos los hechos.An unfair judgment made without knowing all the facts.Show Definition
24 Physical force used to injure or abuse someone. violenceviolenciaPhysical force used to injure or abuse someone.Fuerza fisica usada para herir o maltratar a alguien.Show Definition
25 bullybravucónAn aggressive person who intimidates, abuses, or mistreats people.Una persona agresiva que intimida, abusa, o maltrata a otras personas.Show Definition
26 peer education educación entre pares A program that is based on the principle of teens teaching teens.Un programa basado en el principio de adolescentes que enseñan a otros adolescentes.Show Definition
27 negociación negotiation Communication about a problem with the goal of finding a solution.Comunicación sobre un problema con el objetivo de encontrar una solución.Show Definition
28 win-win solutionsolución de ganancia mutualA solution that benefits everyone involved and has no real drawbacks for anyone.Una solución que beneficia a todos los involucrados y en la que nadie sale perdiendo.Show Definition
29 mediation Settling a conflict with the help of a neutral third party. mediaciónSettling a conflict with the help of a neutral third party.Terminar un conflicto con la ayuda de un tercer actor neutral.Show Definition
30 Peer mediationmediación entre compañerosA process in which specially trained students help other students resolve conflicts peacefully.Proceso por el cual estudiantes capacitados ayudan a otros compañeros a resolver conflictos pacificamente.Show Definition
31 trivial Minor or unimportant. Menor o sin importancia. trivial Show Definition
32 progress Move forward or advance. Moverse hacia adelante o avanzar. progresarprogressMove forward or advance.Moverse hacia adelante o avanzar.Show Definition
33 adaptadaptarChange to fit.Cambiar para ajustarse.Show Definition
34 project Display outwardly. Mostrar hacia el exterior. proyectar Show Definition
35 The Amazing World of Food End ofEnd OfChapter 7Chapter 1The Amazing World of Food