Conflict Management: Knowing the Types of Conflicts

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Types of Conflict

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Conflict is when a person or group experiences resistance in relation to a desired outcome. Visualizing different conflict scenarios that impact one person can be an effective way to learn. Students may be familiar with these concepts from their literary class, but not be aware that they extend to real life! As an introductory activity, have students create a spider map that defines and illustrates each type of conflict that someone can encounter. You can provide them with the list below, or have them identify them on their own.


Conflict Definitions and Types

Person vs. Self (Interpersonal)

An individual has an internal struggle.


Person vs. Person (Intrapersonal)

An individual or group face opposition or resistance from another person or group or people.


Person vs. Society (Social Conflict)

An individual or group faces opposition to traditions, cultural norms, or laws.


Person vs. Nature

An individual or group faces opposition to the forces of nature.


Person vs. Technology

An individual or group face resistance from technology.


Conflict of Interest

The actions or intentions of one individual conflict with the intended outcomes of the relationship.



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Student Instructions

Create a storyboard describing and illustrating each type of conflict.

  1. Click "Start Assignment".
  2. Identify the type of conflict in the each title box.
  3. Describe the meaning of the cell and explain how it matches the title.
  4. Create a picture of each conflict in the cell using a combination of appropriate scenes, characters, and items.
  5. Save and submit the assignment.
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