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Main Curriculum Tie:
Background For Teachers:
Intended Learning Outcomes:
Discuss the events of the selection and chart the cause and effects of the people's choices.
Have students fill out cause and effect charts for these conflicts. Students who wish to, may share their charts with the class.
Discuss the outcomes of the constructive and destructive choices. Discuss how the outcomes affected future people and why. Discuss which choices helped the most people.
Have students explore alternative choices that could have resulted in a more equitable solution.
Strategies For Diverse Learners:
Repeat with variations for different choices.
For English Language Learners, assign meaningful parts in a group role play which have the appropriate level of language demands.
Have students read from the reading texts in Open Court or Houghton Mifflin (refer to bibliography below) and evaluate the cause and effects of the conflicts.
Have students use a cause and effect form to solve conflicts they become involved in at school:
Ability to include a constructive solution.
Alexander, Lloyd. “The King’s Fountain.” Collections For Young Scholars. Chicago: Open Court Publishing, 1995. 4(1).
Open Court Interventions Guide:
Trade Books about resolving conflicts:
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