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Etiquette and Manners for Youth: Table Manners Do's and Don't
This is an interactive class designed to practice as we learn together. Bring your favorite meal to the table with a few utensils and a napkin and enjoy a meal with other students from around the world.
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Hello, Welcome to "Etiquette and Manners for Youth: Table Manners Do's and Don'ts" A return to traditional values has placed the word "etiquette" back in our vocabulary. For some, the idea of social civility and proper protocol may seem a bit old-fashioned for the fast-paced world where we live and do business, but forward-thinkers and the globally polished know that good manners always stand out. Moreover, they recognize that "good manners" are cultural. I have taught this lesson to...
This class is taught in English.
In this class, we will learn: - Table Place Settings - Napkins & Handling Silverware - Difficult to Eat Foods - Do's & Don'ts of Graceful Dining For example, where do I put my elbows when I am dining, speaking, or listening? Can I check my cell phone during dinner? What if I need to be excused for a moment? Where does my napkin go while I am eating? While I am excused? When I am finished? Which hand do I hold my fork with when I am in at home? At School? In London? When may I begin eating? What is pleasant conversation and how do I learn it? How do I eat pizza, fruit, asparagus, or bread in a formal setting? In a non-formal setting? Can I arrive late? Why do hiring managers prefer to interview over a luncheon? What are business etiquette skills and why do I need them?
I hope all students will practice what they learn in class at home with their families over meals. What a fun activity to engage in as a family. I tell my students that it is important to practice eating formally and informally at home so that when you find yourself in a formal dining situation, unexpectedly, that you will feel confident because you have already taken the time to practice social and business etiquette skills.
1. Notes Handouts (Will be uploaded 1-7 days before class begins) 2. Supplies listed on supply list For example, napkin, a table to sit at, a dining chair, flatware, dining plate, bread plate, water glass, wine or tea glass *Full list of supplies will be outlined on supply list 1=7 days before class begins) 3. Food and Drink (For example: water, another beverage, sandwich, fruits, or vegetables, bread roll, dessert, small plat of butter) ** Further details will be provided in handout. 4: Optional: Soft, quiet, dinner music playing in the background
50 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Janie HollandJanie Holland, MEDL
17 total reviews
22 completed classes
Hello, I am so pleased to meet you! I have been a school teacher for over 25 years and love teaching Mathematics, ESL, Grammar, Reading, Science, Social Studies and Business Etiquette. I have taught most all subjects but, have spent the majority...