Monday, 14 April 2014

Wrapping up

Conflicts arise everyday. Countries, political groups, and individuals can be in conflict. To keep our communities and playgrounds safe, it’s important that we learn how to resolve conflict. We have been learning some valuable skills which will help us get along well with others, solve conflicts peacefully, and avoid violent situations. We have been role playing and discussing several conflict situations and solving them step wise.




 We worked on setting up a conflict corner in the class. We made posters and charts depicting the strategies and techniques we had learnt to resolve conflicts. Some of us have decided to visit the conflict corner when we are faced with a conflict.





We played a game School is cool online to understand better the different conflicts we face at school and how we can amicably solve them.

http://coolschoolgame.com/



We pretended to be radio hosts to the weekly radio show -  Conflict Corner.
The conflict corner  is a weekly radio show where people call in with conflicts they’re having and the hosts of the show help them solve their problems. This week, our Grade 3 students were the guest host on the show, giving advice to kids with conflicts. 

Here is a sneak peek at what the experts suggested.......











 And of course the highlight of this week was the first  EIS annual day. It could not have been more perfect!!!!!! Way to go EIS students. You made us so proud.

A special THANK YOU to all the teachers who made this journey such an enjoyable and memorable one. 







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