Movies, TV, social media and video games are not examples of good etiquette. Bad language, rude comments, bullying and a lack of manners are all around our children and teens.
Since children interact through social media with their friends and spend lots of time in front of the TV, learning good social skills is more important than ever.
Aside from good manners (for example table manners, “magic words”, introductions…), etiquette will provide essential skills in how to build relationships at home, in school and with their friends. Maintaining good relationships with parents, teachers, friends and others will become a lot easier and more fulfilling.
Once children grow into being teens their social schedule will grow exponentially. Field trips, school dances, the Prom, are just a few examples of opportunities for social interaction. School dances come with their own set of etiquette rules. “What shall I wear?”, “Who is paying for what?”, “Do I have to dance?”
Take the stress out of these events and participate in my special class “Prom-tastic!”. We will practice proper etiquette and also learn the basics of Social Dancing. You will gain the skills to approach school dances in a confident way and you will look your best!
- Table manners
- The power of words
- Social Media and Email Etiquette
- Etiquette at home with your family
- Etiquette at school
- Etiquette with your friends
- Travelling around the world
- Special occasions
- “Prom-tastic!” – getting ready for your Prom
- Image consulting and Hygiene
- Organizing for teens
- The brilliant and confident “You”
Marietta Stuhlfelder, 2020