Conflict Resolution Worksheets To Print:
Dos and Don'ts - Mark each behavior as a DO or a DON'T when you are
trying to resolve a conflict.
Strategies - Choose one of the conflict resolutions strategies
below for each scenario. Then explain why you think that is the best strategy for the situation.
Three Kinds of Outcomes - Read the scenario. Then explain how the conflict could be resolved
in each of the three ways defined above.
Scenarios - A friend of yours has become a distraction to you in class. He tries to talk to you
while the teacher is talking. He does annoying things like taking your pencil while
you are working or making weird noises when you are trying to concentrate.
What are some ways you could resolve this conflict?
About Your Life -
Lets take a few minutes to evaluate where you are at with this in your life.
Work with a partner. Use the script below
to practice communicating and acknowleging others
when there is conflict. In this scenario, Student A will
ask for some change to be made, and Student B will
respond to what Student A says.
Avoidance - How will this behavior help you to avoid
The Peace Flower
- Resolve conflict with classmates by using the statements
and ideas on the petals of the peace flower. Color the
- A nice way to work your way through all these different types of different obstacles that you come across in life.
- Think about a time when a barrier like those described above got in
the way of your ability to solve a problem. What are some ways that
you could solve that particular barrier?
Strategies - Think about a conflict you are currently struggling with. Complete
the chart below. What would be the best strategy or strategies for
resolving the conflict?