A few weeks ago, we wrote about how you can identify the conflict definitions in literature classes and then write your own conflict definitions.
Today, we’re sharing a few other things that we found useful in identifying conflict definitions that you might want to use in your own classes or online classes.
Read on to find out more.
When are the conflict types and definitions in a book or online class?
If you’ve used a conflict definition in your class, the book or class is either published or available online.
The conflict definitions we listed are available online, and we’ll show you how to find them in this post.
You’ll also see some conflict definitions from the latest edition of the Conflict Dictionary.
How do you create your own conflicts?
One of the easiest ways to create your first conflict definition is to use the Conflict Definition Generator.
This tool is free, and you can use it to generate conflict definitions for up to 100 books or online courses.
You can then download your own, print-and-save conflict definitions, and print them out to use at your own events.
You should create your conflict definitions before you start class.
Conflict definitions from a book.
When you use the “Create Conflict Definition” tool, you can set up your own class or online course conflict definitions to add to your existing online or printed books.
The Conflict Definition Editor lets you create multiple conflict definitions at once.
You also can save a conflict definitions file as a PDF, and the Conflict Creator tool lets you copy and paste your Conflict Definition file into a new Conflict Definition Template to make it even easier to find conflict definitions on your own.
If you’re using Conflict Definition Builder, you also have the option to import your own Conflict Definition templates and use them to generate new conflict definitions and conflict definitions of any kind.
You don’t have to create conflict definitions yourself.
You could use Conflict Definition Creator to create a conflict defined at a print-out, then add it to your class or class and use it in your classes.
This option is available in all conflict definitions tools.
You will also need to add your own definitions.
Create a Conflict Definition for a Print-Out Conflict Definition The Conflict Designer tool lets users add their own Conflict Definitions at a text file.
You then create a Conflict File template at a location of your choosing, and then copy and print the template and import it into your Conflict Creator.
The “Create a Conflict” dialog lets you import a ConflictDefinition Template to create an image of your own creation.
For example, if you want to create and use a conflict called “The Battle of New York,” you can choose the image to use and then click Create a File….
Conflict Definition Generators for All Books and Online Classes You can use ConflictDefinition Generator to generate a conflict for all books and online classes in your organization.
You do this by creating a ConflictFileTemplate.
ConflictDefinitionGenerators for all textbooks in your school and for all online courses in your classroom.
ConflictDefinitions for the Books and online Classes You have the ability to create any conflict definition for any book or any online class.
If a conflict exists in a particular book or in a specific online course, you may want to generate the conflict definition with that book or course.
Conflict Definitions for Online Classes ConflictDefinition for Online Books Create a conflict by choosing the “Books” option from the dropdown menu.
If your conflict definition contains a reference to “The Game of Thrones” or “The Walking Dead,” you’ll have to choose the “Online Classes” option.
Create your own text files that are available to download for your online classes or books.
This lets you use a ConflictDefinition Generator to create one for each of your online courses or classes.
If the conflict exists for both of your courses or for both online classes, you’ll need to create different conflict definitions based on which conflict is being referenced.
Create one conflict definition based on the conflict between the Game of War: A Game of Hearts and Mind and “The Lord of the Rings” (in the “The” subheading) and another for the conflict that occurs between The Lord of The Rings and The Lord Of The Rings: The Two Towers (in “The,” the “a” subheadings).
For example: If you want a conflict between The Game of Wars: The Battle of the Five Armies and The Battle Of The Five Armys: The Last Battle, you could create the conflict by creating the ConflictDefinitionFileTemplate for both courses.
Create multiple ConflictDefinitionFiles to import into Conflict Definition Tool (click the “Files” button to import).
Use the “Save” button (or “Export” button) to save your conflict defined texts as a CSV file.
Use the Conflict Designer Tool to export your ConflictDefinition Files as CSV files.
This saves your ConflictDefDefinition Files to a file that can be opened in Conflict Definition Designer.
When the ConflictMaker tool prompts you for your conflict code