Etiquette Lessons: Volume Two: Modern Manners

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We are proud to present more Etiquette Lessons! Volume II, Modern Manners, gives instructors, coaches and educators a seamless continuation of "Girls & Boys at the Table" and "Teens at the Table" etiquette programs. This book contains fresh, new lessons that build upon essential basic lessons in table manners, social protocol and beginning ballroom dance. They are all designed to continue authentic social learning experiences throughout the school year. These lessons have been tested with great results in ...
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Overview

We are proud to present more Etiquette Lessons! Volume II, Modern Manners, gives instructors, coaches and educators a seamless continuation of "Girls & Boys at the Table" and "Teens at the Table" etiquette programs. This book contains fresh, new lessons that build upon essential basic lessons in table manners, social protocol and beginning ballroom dance. They are all designed to continue authentic social learning experiences throughout the school year. These lessons have been tested with great results in Fall, Winter and Spring Terms including exams with each lesson and a dinner/dance at the end of each term. All of the lessons come with detailed lesson plans to guide teachers. Students use rhymes, props, learning snacks, menus, dance, movement and scripts to learn appropriate behavior for young people in modern society.

Etiquette Lessons create social competence. They add social-awareness life skills to the elementary, middle school and high school experience. Etiquette Lessons give students life skills they need to become socially capable at each level of personal development. Polite social behavior taught in classes with groups of peers can improve student attitude and even lift academic achievement. By graduation, Etiquette Lessons students grow naturally more civil, enjoying more interaction with others. Etiquette students experience enhanced interest, appreciation and recognition from parents and teachers alike.

These lessons have a way of bringing out the positive aspects of children and youth. Each is designed to teach traditional etiquette combined with modern, appropriate, considerate behavior that becomes increasingly interactive as students adapt. Each lesson introduces new, scientific and historical information about customs and skills students welcome as familiar and having worth. They practice etiquette together while gaining command of the roles of ladies and gentlemen.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780595440207
  • Publisher: iUniverse, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 5/28/2007
  • Pages: 113
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.36 (d)

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