Taboos and Myths about Conflict and Anger

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EnglishSecondary Education

In deze les zitten 22 slides, met interactieve quizzen en tekstslides.

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Brainstorm and write as many words as you can think of that represent negative feelings or emotions.

Negative feelings and emotions

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What is the sociological reason why people suppress negative emotions?
Because it is a sign of weakness
Because Western culture dictates that nice people do not show anger
Because negative emotions are inherently harmful
Because suppressing emotions leads to better mental health

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Why is it a myth that anger is caused by others?
Because others are not capable of causing anger
Because anger is a learned behavior
Because we are the ones who create the anger inside us when people do things we do not like
Because external events always directly cause anger

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How can someone gain control of a difficult situation that might otherwise make them angry?
By suppressing their emotions completely
By blaming others for their anger
By reacting carelessly
By expressing themselves using assertive statements such as “I disagree” or “I don’t like that.”

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What is the consequence of stifling negative feelings in a relationship?
Increased communication and understanding
Strengthened emotional bonds
Positive feelings flourish
Indifference and death of positive feelings

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Do you believe men or women generally experience more anger?
Please select the option that best represents your opinion.


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To address the question of why men are often perceived as angrier than women, it is essential to consider various factors rooted in biology, psychology, and socialization. What is the scientific explanation behind this observation?

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Problem-solving activity 
Problem Statement: In a school setting, a group project has been assigned to a team of students. During a brainstorming session, one team member becomes visibly frustrated and begins expressing anger towards another team member who disagrees with their ideas. This outburst creates tension within the group and hinders the progress of the project. As the team leader, your task is to address the situation, manage the conflict effectively, and ensure that all team members feel respected and valued, ultimately facilitating a productive and harmonious working environment.

1. How can you calm the situation and encourage open communication after the outburst of anger?
2. What steps can you take to prevent future conflicts and foster a more collaborative team environment?

Solve the following task on LMS.

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