Etiquette Lessons
  
Etiquette Lessons
Girls & Boys at the Table Children and Youth Ages 5-12 Teens at the Table Young Adults Ages 13-19
Published:
12/9/2004
Format:
E-Book (available as PDF, ePub, and Mobi files) What's This
Pages:
146
ISBN:
978-0-59577-983-3
Print Type:
B/W
The book, Etiquette Lessons is a collection of the good manners parents want their children to know. Girls & Boys at the Table & Teens at the Table Part I and II are easy to use instructional programs containing a series of 45 minute classes in table manners, social behavior etiquette and Introduction to Ballroom Dance. These two courses are designed for groups of children and young people ages five through twelve and thirteen through nineteen. Each program includes detailed lesson plans to help educators guide students through lessons such as how to use napkins and eating utensils to how to dress for dinner. Each lesson is presented with a light snack and beverage. Convenient instructions allow you to order Etiquette Achievement Certificates and Student Keepsake Booklets for presentation to program graduates.

In addition to basic table manners, teens learn tips on grooming, how to eat different foods, make introductions, write social correspondence, the art of conversation and Cotillion Dance Floor Etiquette. Each lesson ends with a quiz to help evaluate and insure program effectiveness.

All receive social skills that will last a lifetime.

"Our experience with Mrs. Reilly's Etiquette Course was magnificent."-Ms. L., Mrs. N., Mrs. K., a Montessori School

"Wait until you see this program, this is brilliant!"-Mrs. S.D., Publisher

"Ours is the practical and natural approach to etiquette training. Young people study these lessons gaining confidence and skill together. They soon begin to conform to the roles of ladies and gentlemen at the table. We strive to prepare our students to dine capably and independently. We review and reinforce good manners taught at home adding nuances of fine dining etiquette. This system of dining and social behavior creates opportunities for each graduate's best traits to shine through."-Teresa Kathryn Grisinger Reilly

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Teresa Kathryn Grisinger Reilly is a seventh-generation American writer, portrait artist, and graduate of the University of Oregon. She studied Art History at the Museum of Art and Tufts University in Boston and is currently working on a Masters Degree in Arts & Education. She believes that every child's ethnic heritage is woven into America's tablecloth, that traditions in fine dining bond us together and that we can strengthen and preserve our culture by teaching etiquette, good manners and ballroom dance in America's classrooms. She lives with her husband and two children in Florida on the Gulf of Mexico. "Ours is the practical and natural approach to etiquette training. Young people study these lessons gaining confidence and skill together. They soon begin to conform to the roles of ladies and gentlemen at the table. We strive to prepare our students to dine capably and independently. We review and reinforce good manners taught at home adding nuances of fine dining etiquette. This system of dining and social behavior creates opportunities for each graduate's best traits to shine through." Teresa Kathryn Grisinger Reilly
 
 


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