The return to traditional values has brought about an increased appreciation of civility.A foundation of good manners and leadership skills give young people of all ages an opportunity to learn and practice - now and for the rest of their lives.These fun and informative programs include role-playing exercise and a workbook for each student to keep as a reference guide.
A sample of the topics featured:
Social and Communication Skills
Self-esteem and Confidence Building
Handshaking With All Ages
Introductions Made Easy
Self-respect and Respect for Others
Conversation and Listening Skills
The Etiquette of Public Places
The programs are divided into three age groups: ages 8-12, ages 13 to 17 and ages 18-up.
"Etiquette is about doing to others as you would have done to you. It's about being kind, considerate, thougtful, respectful , helful, genersous, grateful, obedient to proper authority, and being protective of other's property and rights"
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