Survey About Conflict and Me

This is a survey for students concerning their responses to conflict.

When filling this out be as honest as possible!

  1. Most people fight or argue when they:

  2. Most people fight or argue over:

  3. One good thing people get from arguing or fighting is:

  4. One bad thing about arguing and fighting is:

  5. People generally respond to conflicts by (list two):

  6. I fight or argue when:

  7. I get upset or angry when other students:

  8. I make others angry when I:

  9. When I'm talking to someone else who is really angry or upset, the most important thing to do is:

  10. When I'm really angry or upset with someone, the most important thing for me to do is:

  11. When I'm upset at, mad at, or bothered by another student I can (list three):

  12. When I have a disagreement or conflict with someone, we can agree to:

Return to Exploring the Nature of Conflict lesson plan.

Excerpted from Conflict Resolution in the High School by Carol Miller Lieber with Linda Lantieri and Tom Roderick.

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