Compromise: Definition & Examples

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When two parties reach an agreement to let go of what they really want and meet somewhere in the middle they are said to be engaging in

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1. Which of the following is an example of a positive compromise?

2. Which of the following is an example of a negative compromise?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

Using the worksheet and quiz, you can find out how much you know about compromises. Examples of positive compromises and negative compromises are on the quiz.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

You'll get to see how much knowledge you have about:

  • An example of a negotiation
  • Situation in which two parties enter into an agreement where both get something they want
  • Example of a positive compromise
  • Term for parties agreeing to let go of what they really want and meet in the middle

Skills Practiced

  • Knowledge application - use your knowledge to identify examples of negative and positive compromises
  • Reading comprehension - ensure that you draw the most important details from the lesson on compromises
  • Information recall - access the knowledge you have gained about an example of a negotiation

Additional Learning

Compromise: Definition & Examples is a lesson that you can access to keep learning about the following material:

  • Where compromises occur
  • Differences between positive and negative compromises
  • How compromises and negotiations differ
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