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Mouse, Monster or Me? Grade 3

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Ashly Bishopric

on 7 August 2015

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Transcript of Mouse, Monster or Me? Grade 3


What is conflict?
A problem or disagreement that you have with someone else
Examples
Have you ever had a conflict with a friend, brother, sister, mom, dad or teacher?
How do YOU handle conflict?
Watch "For the Birds"
Mouse?
Monster?
or
Me?
Mouse
Ignore the person
Hide feelings
Whine
Give in
Tattle
Roll eyes
Gossip/tell secrets
Avoid
Monster
Yell or hit
Threaten the person
Fight
Stomp around
Slam doors
Break things
Me:
Using "I" Messages
I feel ______ when you ________.

Please stop. I don't like it when you _________.

When you use "I" Messages, you are not being a "mouse" or a "monster"!
Activity
We will watch the video once more
Watch closely for examples of the birds being a "Mouse," "Monster," or "Me"
When you see an example, hold up your "sign"
How would you have acted differently in this conflict?
Worksheet
Mouse, Monster or Me?
Conflict
Me
Apologize
Report
Compromise
Talk it out
Listen
Use manners
Use "I" Messages
For the Birds
What is the "conflict" (problem)?
Was it resolved?
What choices did the birds make, either good or bad?
How do you handle conflict?
Which is the best way to solve conflict?
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