Exercise #1 – Reacting to Anger
Roberto Montero, Period 4, 1/6/21
1. Bob is in line at a sandwich shop. A stranger tries to cut in
front of him. Bob pushes him out of the way. Bob is acting
out of anger, he needs to calm down and tell him he can’t
cut in line in a civilized manner.
2. Sandy’s teammate runs into her during a soccer game.
Sandy says “Excuse me. Could you please not do that
again?” She reacted well, politely asked her to not do it
3. Tim’s history teacher springs a pop quiz on a reading
assignment that he didn’t get to. Tim is angry about not
doing well on the quiz. He asks himself what he needs to
do to stay on top of assignments. Tim should calm down
and just work on his weak points and study/plan harder.
4. Sue has a crush on James. She confided in her friend Tina
that she wants to ask James to the Cadet Ball. The
following week, she learns that Tina asked James to the
ball and he accepted. Sue is mad but says nothing to Tina
because she doesn’t want to argue. She handled it