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CRISIS CRISIS fighting for hope for homeless people KS 2 Lesson Plan 2 Recognising and Dealing with Conflict in the Home A Teaching Resource for Primary.

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1 CRISIS CRISIS fighting for hope for homeless people KS 2 Lesson Plan 2 Recognising and Dealing with Conflict in the Home A Teaching Resource for Primary Schools provided by CRISIS For more information and Teacher Resource Sheets from CRISIS please visit Charity number

2 Starter: Learning objectives At the end of the lesson you will be able to: Understand where, who and how to get help outside of the home. Recognise that some frictions at home can be defused with a little bit of thought. Keywords Conflict, Resolve A Teaching Resource for Primary Schools provided by CRISIS For more information and Teacher Resource Sheets from CRISIS please visit Charity number

3 Starter What Causes Problems at Home? A Teaching Resource for Primary Schools provided by CRISIS ProblemSolution For more information and Teacher Resource Sheets from CRISIS please visit Charity number

4 Activity 1: Asking for Help A Teaching Resource for Primary Schools provided by CRISIS Who can help? For more information and Teacher Resource Sheets from CRISIS please visit Charity number

5 Safety Activity 2: Role Play / Drama A Teaching Resource for Primary Schools provided by CRISIS For more information and Teacher Resource Sheets from CRISIS please visit Charity number Why can’t I watch what I want. He always watches what she wants? I need the computer to do my homework now and he’s just playing games on it. Tell him to get off. She won’t let me have the remote and I want to watch my programme. It’s not fair, I did the washing up last night. It’s his turn tonight. Mum says you’ve got to help me tidy our room, so stop watching the TV and help. Why is it me that always has to go to the shops? Why can’t they go? I hate them. That’s my game, so you can’t play it. Keep your hands off it. How come he’s allowed to have a mobile phone and I’m not? Mum, tell her, she can’t keep taking my clothes without asking. Can you please be quiet I’m trying to concentrate on my homework. You always have your friends round and shut me out of the room. I want my friends round. I don’t want to share a room anymore, all my friends have their own rooms. But everyone else is staying out till 10 o’clock. Why can’t I? Absolutely everyone is going to be at Mikie’s party. I’ll be the on ly one not there! Karla’s mum lets her go to town on her own. You promised me that if I let him watch his DVD yesterday I could watch mine today. He won’t let me. You always let Bharti go to the pictures with her friends, why can’t I? I’m going to tell mum. Why do I have to go to swimming club on Saturday just because he does? I don’t like swimming.


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