I see you support Man U. Man City

I see you support Man U. Man City

I see you support Man U. Man City is the best team ever! Man U U for useless!!! Ha Ha What a load of rubbish! Everyone knows that Man U is a much better and much more skilful team!

Only unintelligent people support Man city! You are such a loser if you think that! Who are you calling a loser? You

idiot! How do you think these two characters are feeling after this interaction? How are they treating each other? What is the problem? Are they being good listeners? How could the two characters show respect for one anothers opinions?

In partners discuss how they could have been respectful to each other even though they had a difference of opinions. Act out how they could have done this! In groups of 4 think of a set of rules for: A- giving your opinion B- respecting other peoples

opinions Be sure to think about: Making others want to listen to you Understanding others opinions Feeling positive Making others feel positive In your groups think of scenario to act

out. One pair to demonstrate how NOT to interact and the other pair to show the better way of expressing and respecting opinions!

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