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Etiquette Original


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Etiquette Original

  1. 1. ETIQUETTEFor us [Teachers]
  2. 2. While talking to students• Use appropriate language• Be aware of your surroundings, i.e. language expectations are different in different settings.• Use language that would not be offensive to different races, backgrounds or religions.• Do not point at anyone.• Use name frequently and inclusive language like ‘we’ ‘our’ ‘us’.• Do not have any preconceived notions.
  3. 3. • For the students
  4. 4. PREREQUISITES• SELF INTRODUCTION• Determine if the time is appropriate. (You may not want to interrupt someone who is busy.)• Look at the person directly.• Ask permission to introduce yourself. "Mrs.Sharma, may I introduce myself?“• State the reason for the introduction. "I am going to be working on the Student Council Committee after school.“• Shake the persons hand. Say, "Its nice to meet you.“
  5. 5. BODY LANGUAGE•Body Language is the unspoken communication that goes on in everyFace-to-Face encounter with another human being. It tells you their true•feelings towards you and how well your words are being received .•Your ability to read and understand another persons Body Language canmean the difference between making a great impression or a very badone! It could help you in that job interview, that meeting, or businessfunction!A calm relaxed facial expression which breaks into a smile would be appropriateDo not point at any person.Do not talk with your mouthful.Turn away from people ,phone ,food when you cough or sneeze.
  6. 6. Talking to Others• 1. Evaluate the situation. Is this a good time and place for your interaction?• 2. Evaluate the speaker. Read his or her body language. Interpret his or her facial expression.• 3. Make eye contact with the person throughout the conversation.• 4. Stand about an arm’s length away from others.• 5. Take turns listening and speaking. 6.Use name frequently and inclusive language like ‘we’ ‘our’ ‘us’.
  7. 7. Showing respect• .1 Obey a request to stop a negative behaviour.• 2. Refrain from teasing, threatening or making fun of others.• 3. Allow others to have their privacy and personal space.• 4.Make way for the teachers/elders while walking inside the school premises.• 5. Do not damage others property.• 6. Avoid talking loudly in school/public places.• 7. Always wish the teacher .• Ask for permission before entering the staff room.
  8. 8. CLASSROOM ETIQUETTE• 1. Raise your hand without waving.• 2. Get attention by using the expression, "Excuse me."• 3. Wait for the teacher to acknowledge you.• 4.Do the task as soon as possible .• 5.Thank the teacher if she took extra time to clarify the task.
  9. 9. Using appropriate language• Determine the person’s mood.• Be aware of your surroundings, i.e. language expectations are different in different settings.• Use language that would not be offensive to different races, backgrounds or religions.• Look at the person and be ready to use their name.• Sit near where they are within good listening distance
  10. 10. Making Suggestions• Look at the person and smile.• Use "tentative language" such as, "would you consider, "might it be possible" or "could it be that“.• Give reasons to support your suggestion.• Listen to the other persons response.• Be prepared to compromise.
  11. 11. ETIQUETTE WITH PEERS• 1.Obey a request from a peer or adult to stop something they dont like you doing. 2. Be kind to others by not teasing, threatening, making fun or discounting others. 3. Allow others to have their privacy, such as their personal "space" when they want to be alone. 4. Treat others as you want them to treat you. 5. Ask permission to use someone elses personal property. 6. Treat public property as if it were your own or as if you would have to pay for damages. 7. Be sensitive to others when in public, such as being quiet in a movie or in a store. 8. Dress appropriately in public. Wear clothing that is not offensive, such as having bad or provocative language written on it 9. Use language that is sensitive to others. Other people have the right not to hear offensive language.
  12. 12. Being a good listener1. Never interrupt when somebody is speaking.2. Look directly at the teacher/adult who is giving you discipline.3. Listen carefully. Take notes to show that you are listening.4. Keep paying courteous attention. Keep good eye contact.5. As hard as it may be, agree with the person. (Arguing at this pointwill not work.)6. Restate what you have heard.7. Restate any suggestions for improvement.8. If you can, think of your own ideas of ways you could improve."Yes, I have been late. Im going to get a louder alarm clock to that Ican get up on time."9. Accepting criticism or disciple shows that you are valuable. Youhave the ability to make changes. You are flexible.10. Praise yourself for being calm throughout the process. You cangrumble about the unfairness you perceived with your friends.
  13. 13. EMBARRASSMENT1. Identify the reason why you are feeling embarrassed.2. Think if you can correct the problem.3. Use humour.4. Reflect on times past when you were reallyembarrassed at the time, but later thoughtwhat happened was funny. Think of the TVshow, Americas Funniest Home Videos5. Ignore teasing.