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tYPES OF coNFLICT

Using the 4 conflict types from the previous section, read each scenario and determine which type of conflict is being displayed in the classroom.

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During a class discussion, two students, Lisa and Alex, have differing opinions on a topic. Lisa believes that renewable energy sources are the future, while Alex argues that traditional fossil fuels are more reliable. Their disagreement escalates into a heated argument, disrupting the class.

What type of conflict is this?

Intragroup Conflict

Intergroup Conflict

Interpersonal Conflict

Intrapersonal Conflict

Internal struggles or dilemmas experienced by individuals (e.g., academic challenges, self-esteem issues)

Occurs between individuals due to personality differences, misunderstandings, or competition for resources or attention.

Conflict between different groups within the classroom or school community due to different cultural backgrounds, cliques, or academic ability groups.

Conflicts that arise within a single group or team, such as a class or project group (e.g., disagreement about roles, disagreement about responsibilities).

Mark, a high school student, is torn between joining the soccer team, which he loves, and focusing on improving his grades to get into college. He feels conflicted about balancing his academic and extracurricular commitments.

What type of conflict is this?

Intragroup Conflict

Intergroup Conflict

Interpersonal Conflict

Intrapersonal Conflict

Internal struggles or dilemmas experienced by individuals (e.g., academic challenges, self-esteem issues)

Occurs between individuals due to personality differences, misunderstandings, or competition for resources or attention.

Conflict between different groups within the classroom or school community due to different cultural backgrounds, cliques, or academic ability groups.

Conflicts that arise within a single group or team, such as a class or project group (e.g., disagreement about roles, disagreement about responsibilities).

There is tension between students from the English club and the debate team. The English club members feel that the debate team gets more recognition and resources from the school administration, leading to resentment and hostility between the two groups.

What type of conflict is this?

Intragroup Conflict

Intergroup Conflict

Interpersonal Conflict

Intrapersonal Conflict

Internal struggles or dilemmas experienced by individuals (e.g., academic challenges, self-esteem issues)

Occurs between individuals due to personality differences, misunderstandings, or competition for resources or attention.

Conflict between different groups within the classroom or school community due to different cultural backgrounds, cliques, or academic ability groups.

Conflicts that arise within a single group or team, such as a class or project group (e.g., disagreement about roles, disagreement about responsibilities).

A group of students are working together on a class project. Some members of the group prefer to divide the tasks equally and collaborate closely, while others prefer to work independently and contribute individually. Their conflicting preferences create tension within the group.

What type of conflict is this?

Intragroup Conflict

Intergroup Conflict

Interpersonal Conflict

Intrapersonal Conflict

Internal struggles or dilemmas experienced by individuals (e.g., academic challenges, self-esteem issues)

Occurs between individuals due to personality differences, misunderstandings, or competition for resources or attention.

Conflict between different groups within the classroom or school community due to different cultural backgrounds, cliques, or academic ability groups.

Conflicts that arise within a single group or team, such as a class or project group (e.g., disagreement about roles, disagreement about responsibilities).

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Excellent Job! The conflict is interpersonal because it involves a direct interaction and disagreement between Lisa and Alex.

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Excellent Job! Mark's dilemma about balancing academic and extracurricular commitments represents an internal conflict he is experiencing, making it an example of intrapersonal conflict.

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Excellent Job! The conflict is not between individuals within the groups but rather between the groups themselves, making it an example of intergroup conflict.

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Excellent Job! The conflict is not between different groups or individuals outside the group but rather among the members of the same group, making it an example of intragroup conflict.

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You successfully identified the various conflict types in each scenario. When you are ready, go to the next section of the module.