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The Francophone Fight The Anglophone
This is our land! you should go back to Upper Canada!
We just want some of the land! We mean no harm!
The Mediator Clarifies The Conflict
I know you both are fighting over the land, but you need to know, this is the French land. They found it first.
The Mediator Sets Up Meetings With Both Groups
I feel kind of aggravated. These men barged into our land without permission! I want them gone.
I understand how you feel about this. Now, I will ask how you prefer to feel. Also, while you think, why don't you try to come up with a solution.
In the box above, the French speaking Canadians are fighting the English speaking Canadians because one found the land before the other. The man in the middle is the mediator. He is gathering the information on both stories.
The mediator listened to both stories, so he is going to look for the differences of fact. After he does that, he will bring both groups together to agree on the differences of fact.
The mediator talks with both groups about how they feel about the conflict and how they would prefer to feel. The mediator also suggests solutions for the conflict at hand. The groups use drawings, words and diagrams to express their feelings.
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