This video offers your students a chance to develop their communication skills in all types of relationships. A series of vignettes describe typical conflicts between friends, siblings, parents and children, and an employee and boss. A leading adolescent psychologist helps students understand the vignettes by showing how maximizing communication skills, listening skills, and mediation skills can help to resolve most conflicts. Finally, it will be your students’ turn to take one of the situations and figure out what they would do to enhance the communication and resolve the conflict. Accompanying print materials and worksheets deepen and enrich students’ understanding of the material.
video, plus teacher’s resource book, student handouts in digital format
CINE Golden Eagle
Dangerous Decisions: Learning to Think Before You Act