Ten Commandment by Ms. S. KumarPresentation Transcript
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Ten Commandments Make your wish come true
In each ray there is l i g h t W a t e r In each spark there is F i r e In each drop there is In the same way each child has the potential. The only effort required is to give them d i s h a… … .. the d i r e c t i o n
Do you consider yourself a good person ? YES NO
Almost everyone thinks he or she is a good person… but the question you should be asking is, How would you know? “ Am I good enough to be called an enlightened human being?”
The way to find out is to ask yourself if you have obeyed the… Ten Commandments . come see how these influence our lives
Thou Shall Not Embarrass Others Thou Shall Be Thyself Thou Shall Give Compliments Thou Shall Listen Before Speaking Thou Shall Say “ Thank you” Thou Shall Not be Boastful, Arrogant or Loud Thou Shall Speak With Kindness and Caution Thou Shall Act and Look Your Best Thou Shall Be Punctual Thou Shall Not Criticize or Complain THE TEN COMMANDMENTS OF GOOD MANNERS
define yourself accept no one’s definition of your life Thou shall be Thyself
Good Manners begin with a good sense of self. Unless you are true to yourself, you can never be true to others.
Most people are living their life far below its full potential, believing they must settle for the cards that fate has dealt them.
Help re-evaluate your life and get really clear about what you want for your future and formulate some goals.
The goals can be in any area of life including career, relationships, personal finance or just general motivation.
Always keep yourself motivated and on track providing positive feedback and encouragement.
Get yourself in to the habit of positive thinking, breaking free of those self-livings doubts.
Boost your confidence as you acquire new skills, together with applying them.
… positive thinking will lead to success Frog story
Thou Shall Say “Thank You”
Thanking Others is a way of praising them and is one of the keys to having good manners. Send thank - you notes whenever someone does something nice for you, or telephone to express your gratitude.
It a friend or parent or cousin took you out for your birthday and gave you a small present, simple "Thank You" is not enough.
A friend who has been Thoughtful, deserves more than just the quickest possible form of reply.
Putting pen to paper is the best way to show you truly appreciate the gift and the gesture. You might use e-mail to thank someone for a small favour, it really carries weight and will help build lasting relationships.
Don't forget ‘Please', "Excuse Me" And “You Are Welcome" which are other marks of good manners.
Thou Shall Say “Thank You” By Talking Over the Phone By sending e-mail By writing “Thank You” note
Thou Shall Give Compliments respect give it …..to get it!
A fundamental rule of good manners is to give. Think about what you can give to others, and remember that the most precious gifts cost nothing.
When you meet someone, you can always think of a genuine compliment to give.
"Hello" or "How are you" is not enough. you can also give your undivided attention and interest to others.
You can be generous with words of praise, warm greetings, Sympathy, love or others good news.
The first 12 words you speak should include some forms of thanks, use the other person's name in those 12 words if possible.
Most of us like it and pay attention when we hear our name and enjoy the personal recognition regardless of how small.
Thou Shall Not Be Boastful, Arrogant or Loud.
Always exercise restraint and good taste. Your voice, your behavior and even your clothing should reflect unstated elegance.
The first 12 inches from your head down should be impeccably groomed. Your hair, collar, tie ,and other accessories should be a reflection of the high quality person that you are.
Only a small person brags about accomplishments, a well mannered person has no need for self advertisement.
Let your deeds speak for themselves. Speak softly and with clear diction. The Last 12 inches from the floor to midcalf should also be impeccable as well your shoes should be polished. Your socks should blend with your outfit, not distract from it.
It has been said that if you want to know, a person is well dressed, you should look down.
Every man is the Architect of his own Character.
Thou Shall listen before Speaking
Respect for others is a prerequisite of good manners. Listening to others is a way to show respect.
There is no worse company than a person that does not listen.
Be genuinely interested in others, learn their names and encourage them to talk.
Never interrupt. Look them in the eye and listen carefully. The listener learns and thereby gains. Listening is as important as speaking when communicating.
Next the ability to communicate well is very important in making a first impression. Be convincing as well as eloquent when speaking to people. Ask questions and listen to what others say.
Thou Shall Speak with Kindness and Caution
Before speaking to others, consider what effect your words will have. Pause and weigh your words carefully and say them with a quality of softness.
A good impression can take seconds to make, last for years.
You may have spent thousands of rupees on your education, your wardrobe may be impeccable. These things are important but not all it takes.
Watch your language, always be sure to choose your words very carefully.
A slip of tongue can inflict needless hurt.
Also remember the language of the body. Your posture and your mannerisms is as important as the language of words.
Thou Shall Not Criticize or Complain
A person with good manners is above criticizing others or complaining about circumstances. Negativity in any form is to be avoided.
It sometimes you hear gossip, don't join in, be indifferent to it.
If you disagree with others, do so respectfully. Don't verbally attack or condemn them. You may win the argument but lose a valued friend.
Watch your language. It is very easy to get lazy with language and word usage. Using sloppy words and sarcastic comments will hurt others.
See the positive side of the person and things. Criticizing will even make the things worse.
Thou Shall Be Punctual
Appreciate the value of time, yours and others. If you make an appointment, arrive on time. If you must be late, call first.
Punctuality is very important in day to day life. It makes the whole system organised. Whether it is school, home, office or any business establishment. It makes the system run smoothly.
Never be late in school or in any professional appointments. Never arrive early for a social engagement or gathering, your host may still be getting dressed.
Don't even over stay, lingering good byes merely cause frustration and can ruin an otherwise good time. A quick simple exit at the proper time is usually appreciated.
Thou Shall Not Embarrass Others
Treat Others as you would you like to be treated, and think of how you can put them at ease.
The feeling of other people can be as fragile as fine crystal.
Feelings of others people should always be taken care of. Never demean anyone with rude remarks and jokes or an unwelcome nickname.
It will certainly hurt their feelings and make them feel low in a public place.
Be considerate in conversation, never ask embarrassing Questions such as how much was paid for a new item or matter of heart. It is always good manners to think of others first.
Make other people comfortable in your company. Take care of their esteem and always put yourself in that situation before putting others in that embarrassing situation.
Positive Thinking Will Lead to Success
Thou Shall Act And Look Your Best
A gracious friend is never ruffled. Always act your best with courtesy and politeness.
Master self control and have empathy for others.
Each day dress as if it were your only chance to shine.
A Smile should top your List of accessories.
Your School, Your Home and Workplace should reflect your best. They should be tidy, neat and well organised.
Category : All Age Groups Subject : Value Education Topic : Ten Commandments Class : All Classes “ This presentation is a humble effort in the direction to teach students – How to be gentle and kind, To train and direct their little minds. To help them live by every rule And get the best what they can from their school” Mrs. Sarita Kumar
We in KULACHI HANSRAJ MODEL SCHOOL always aim to impart value education to the building blocks of the future world. Students of today are the future of tomorrow. They can change the entire world and put a stop to ongoing turmoil in society.
They are to be given real life lessons beyond the four walls of classroom. Academics is very important but real life learning is not confined to text books. It is the formation of character, religion of Humanism which is the most important requirement.
This PowerPoint presentation is about Development of Character, Focus of Goal, Commitment of Life, Opportunity to Learn and Stimulus for Healthy Grooming.
Such a topic can be best explained with the help of real life images, situations and . . creativity for a delightful learning. Usage of images, animations, graphics provides . . . dynamic and functional learning experience which has a lasting effect.
The use of PowerPoint enables enrichment of the subject. It helps in creating explanations which are effective and powerful for students’ learning.
LEARNING OBJECTIVES I Wish … Every Student of Kulachi To BE An Enlightened Human Being. K nowing is not enough , W e must APPLY W illing is not enough , W e must DO .
My Sincere gratitude to Principal Mrs. P. Datta for providing this opportunity to use technology in shaping and transforming young minds into Perfect Techno Savvy Learners.
LET US ENJOY AND LEARN FROM THE STORY ABOUT THE TINY FROGS .
There once was a bunch of enthusiastic tiny frogs, who arranged a running competition. The goal was to reach the top of a very high tower. A big crowd of frogs had gathered around the tower to see the race and cheer on the contestants...
The race began... Honestly: No one in crowd really believed that the tiny frogs would reach the top of the tower. You heard statements such as: "Oh, WAY too difficult!! They will NEVER make it to the top." "Not a chance that they will succeed. The tower is too high!"
The tiny frogs began collapsing. One by one... ... Except for those who in a fresh tempo were climbing higher and higher... The crowd continued to yell "It is too difficult!!!” “ No one will make it!"
More tiny frogs got tired and gave up... ...But ONE continued higher and higher and higher... This one wouldn't give up! "It is too difficult!!!” Come on you can Do it !!!!!
At the end everyone else had given up climbing the tower. Except for the one tiny frog who after a big effort was the only one who reached the top!
THEN all of the other tiny frogs naturally wanted to know how this one frog managed to do it? A contestant asked the tiny frog how the one who succeeded had found the strength to reach the goal?
It turned out……….. That the winner was DEAF!!!!
THEN WHAT IS THE SECRET OF HIS SUCCESS?
The answer is:
Never listen to other people's tendencies to be negative or pessimistic... be cause they take your most wonderful dreams and wishes away from you, the ones you have in your heart!
Always think of the power words have. Because everything you hear and read will affect your actions!
Therefore always be Positive! and Be DEAF when people tell YOU that YOU cannot fulfill YOUR DREAMS! Back