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Resolving Conflicts and Preventing Violence
Explain why (you think) someone would join a gang.Slide3
- A disagreement between people with opposing viewpoints, interest, or needs.
- A negative and unjustly formed opinion.
The physical, emotional, or mental mistreatment of another person.
- AN attack on another person in order to hurt him or her.Slide4
- A violent crime that results in the death of another person.
- A type of violence in which one person uses threats, taunts, or violence to intimidate another again and again.
- A group of young people who come together to take part in a illegal activities.Slide5
Concept Mapping Activity
Factors that contribute to violence
CHOOSE 3 FROM BELOW:
Engaging in risky behaviors
Having parents who are violent
Committing crimes when they were younger
Seeing violence as an acceptable way to behaveSlide6
Ways to Stay Clear of Criminal Gangs
2. Don’t join gangs or hang out with gang members.
3. Don’t wear gang-related clothing.Slide7
Ways to Stop Violence in Schools
2. Dress Codes
3. Security Systems, Security Cameras, and Security GuardsSlide8
Ways to Stop Violence in Communities
(CHOOSE 4 FROM BELOW)
Police officer foot patrols
Pretend you are an advertising executive working with a team on an ad campaign to encourage students in grades 4-6 to prevent violence. The campaign needs a positive icon that will appeal to students in this age group. The icon should be fairly simple in design and easy to remember and recognize.Slide10
Violence: Spelling it Out
As a way to remember some important ideas about violence, write a sentence beginning with one of the letters in the word VIOLENCE that tells something important.Slide11
Bullying: Gaining Insight
TABLE OF CONTENTS:
1.Table of Contents
2.Nutrition Journal/Vegetable Vocabulary
3. Nutrition Notes
4.Safari Montage Quiz/Word Search
5. Gang Journal
6. Gang and Violence Vocabulary/Concept Mapping
7. Art ConnectionSlide13