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Contents Preface Introduction Chapter 1 Cooperative Activities From War to Peace Quick Teach (Peer Teaching Activity) New Game Development Life Support Ultimate Guard Protect the Core (Guard the Center) Bridge the Gap (Competition Versus Cooperation) What Floats Your Boat? Ping-Pong Obstacle Course What?s the Difference? Reverse Polarity Multiplicity (Tag Game) Five Alive Bystanders Unite (Anti-Bullying Activity) Reach Out Catch Me Being Good Make It Right Character Search Clean Up Your Own Mess Abolish Aggression Stop the Bully Mixed Bag Bag It! Knotty Dilemma Watch My Back Carpet-Square Relays A Handshake to Remember Peace Starts With Me Scorpion Tag Take Me Home Chapter 2 Developing Self-Esteem Visualization (A Way to Build Self-Esteem) See Three (Visual Acuity Activity) Mystery Tag (Visual Awareness) Hear Me, Hear Me (Sensory Acuity) Pride Is the Prize The Power of Suggestion Who Am I? Remember Me Mixed Emotions How Tolerant Are You? Consequences Self-Praise Versus Arrogance Character Scramble What Do You Value Most? Choose to Be Enthused Are You Superstitious? Share Your Family Traditions Pride and Purpose Don?t Cross the Line The Art of Compromise Sports Predicament Give and Take One Step Back, Two Steps Forward Peaceful Continuum The Truth Does Matter Blind-Faith Soccer Your Actions Count! Blind Shuffle Commitment to Your Team What Motivates You? Say You?re Sorry and Mean It! Attitude Is a Choice Chapter 3 Reflection Activities Social Justice Changing ?You? to ?I? Messages (Effective Communication) Character for the Day Having Privilege Doesn?t Make It Better Don't Just Criticize?Be Constructive Goal Setting Fair Teams? Team Together Ask for Help What Is a Hero? Character or Not Role Models Labels What?s In a Promise Forgive Yourself and Your Neighbor Share Your Talents Fight for a Cause Be Decisive! What?s Your Passion? Respect: Learned or Earned? Dream Team Being Responsible How Do You Handle Stress? Profess Your Profession Freedoms Gender Matters Have Faith Share Your Gift False Assumptions Don?t Take It Personally Accusations Hurt! Respect Is a Two-Way Street Give Someone a Jump Start Excuses Don?t Get the Job Done Rules Were Made to Be Followed Psychological Benefits of Sports Conflict Resolution Initiate, Don?t Just React References Suggested Readings
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Activity programs in education.