Monday, September 21, 2009

Classroom Etiquette

Knowing that your student behave properly is a common concern for most parents, and is essential for a student's success in school. Children need to know what is expected from them in the classroom and in society as well. Here are a few simple guidelines for your student, and never take for granted that he/she is practicing these.

Make Eye Contact-When someone is speaking keep your eyes on them.

If You Win or Do Well at Something, Do Not Brag-Be humble in your success, and do not show anger in defeat, that merely shows weakness.

Ask Questions in Return-If you are asked a question in a conversation, you should ask a question in return. Show others that you are just as interested in them as they are in you.

Say Excuse Me-After a cough or sneeze, of which you should always have your mouth covered, say "Excuse Me"

Do Not Disrespectful Gestures-Do not smack your lips when eating, or roll your eyes when someone is talking to you.

Thank You-Always say "Thank You" when someone gives you something. There is never an excuse for not showing appreciation.

Never Make Negative Comments About a Gift--Never insult a person by making negative comments about a gift or by insinuating it isn't appreciated.

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