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Be Cool Activity Series for Manners-Plus Eating By Jean Lewis
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Fully Color Illustrated; Book 8 of 12 series for children 3-10 years old Be Cool Activity Series for Manners-Plus, Eating covers: Table manners, Eating, Drinking, Table talk, Leaving, and Helping at... More > the Table. Color illustrated with friendly non-ethnic multicolor Cool Bird and Friends characters, has simple, fun activities for each of polite habit and social skill, includes play money and reward idea list to help parents teach children to use in real life, and wallet card of productive behavior ideas by location to guide misbehaving child, such as in a waiting room, when a child makes noise, parent would find "Let's count colors," under waiting room on wallet card. Includes paper dolls and prop idea list to act out activities. There are also preteen (tween), teen and parent editions. Proceeds help children in rehabilitation and from busy homes learn social skills.< Less
good manner By wejdan suliman
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Manners pertain from everything from how to introduce people to how to eat. While the precise nature of good manners may vary, the underlying principles do not. Good manners involve treating people... More > with respect and courtesy, and in making sure that other people feel comfortable in a variety of situations. The old Biblical rule of “do as you would be done by” is sometimes used as an illustration of how manners are supposed to work.< Less
Be Cool Activity Series for Manners-Plus Preparing to Eat By Jean Lewis
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Fully Color Illustrated; Book 7 of 12 series for children 3-10 years old, Be Cool Activity Series for Manners-Plus, Preparing to Eat includes fun, simple activities showing how to use utensils,set or... More > clear table,sit at table,when and how to start meal. Color illustrated with friendly non-ethnic multicolor Cool Bird and Friends characters, has simple, fun activities for each of polite habit and social skill, includes play money and reward idea list to help parents teach children to use in real life, and wallet card of productive behavior ideas by location to guide misbehaving child, such as in a waiting room, when a child makes noise, parent would find "Let's count colors," under waiting room on wallet card. Includes paper dolls and prop idea list to act out activities. There are also tween, teen and parent editions. Proceeds help children in rehabilitation and from busy homes learn social skills.< Less
Victorian Formal Dining, Etiquette, Manners and Service By Jeremy Hancock
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Some of the contents. Servant’s positions and responsibilities. Good personalities for a “Lady” and a “Gentleman”. Good manners for “Ladies” and... More > “Gentlemen”. Preparations for the Guest rooms and the Kitchen. Dining room preparations. Available flatware and serve ware Using the right dinnerware. Table Manners and how to eat certain foods. Serving the Meal, Wines and Eating the meal. Afternoon and high tea How to make a perfect pot of tea. How to Address your Servants. Rules for Servants. Menu for a Victorian Christmas Formal Dinner.< Less
Victorian Formal Dining, Etiquette, Manners and Service By Jeremy Hancock
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Some of the contents. Servant’s positions and responsibilities. Good personalities for a “Lady” and a “Gentleman”. Good manners for “Ladies” and... More > “Gentlemen”. Preparations for the Guest rooms and the Kitchen. Dining room preparations. Available flatware and serve ware Using the right dinnerware. Table Manners and how to eat certain foods. Serving the Meal, Wines and Eating the meal. Afternoon and high tea How to make a perfect pot of tea. How to Address your Servants. Rules for Servants. Menu for a Victorian Christmas Formal Dinner.< Less
Job Interview Dining Etiquette University Etiquette Dining 103 Eat Bread Is Not a First Course Outclass the Competition By Harold Almon
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Job Interview Dining Etiquette is book I of a set. Book II is Graduate Business Etiquette Dinner Tonight. Book I provides an excellent opportunity to learn (or brush up on) Table Manners, Rules of... More > Etiquette used While Eating, USA Menu Number and Order of Courses, A Place Setting for One, Using a Napkin, Eating Bread and Butter, Using Glasses, Rest Positions, Using Cutlery, Eating American Style, Using Salt, How to Eat Chicken with a Knife and Fork, and Saying Thank You. Because 1. Dining is a ritual at which more than eating is done. 2. What you eat is up to you. How you eat is your present to the table, and the view you provide to those around you. The way a person eats reflects on that person and the company he or she represents. But above all that 3. When sitting at a table and sharing a meal with a friend it is wonderful to know what is being signaled and what to signal back. Eat like someone is watching. Bread is not a first course. Outclass the Competition< Less
Graduate Business Etiquette Dinner Tonight Professional & Graduate University Etiquette Dining 102 Three Course Dinners are for Beginners Get What Was Left at the Table Outclass the Competition By Harold Almon
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Graduate Business Etiquette Dinner Tonight Professional & Graduate University Etiquette Dining 102 provides an excellent opportunity to learn (or brush up on) business table manners: rules of... More > etiquette used for business dining: Two Pre-Steps, Dining Stations and Lines, Name Badge Placement, Handling Cocktail Food, Mock-Tail Introductions, Handshaking, Getting Business Cards, Current USA Menu Number and Order of Courses, Advanced-Formal Place Settings, Flatware Rule of Three & Ten, Napkin Rules, Eating Continental Style, Cutting Meat, Eating a Four Course Meal, Bone-in Chicken Manners, Eating Salad with the Third Fork, Saying Thank You, Rules of Reciprocity, and Other Things to Ponder. This is written because there comes a time to transcend coffee shop habits and dining hall ways. Business Dining is a ritual at which more than eating is done. The way you drink and eat reflects on you and your company. Three course dinners are for beginners, get what was left at the table. Outclass the competition.< Less
serah By wejdan suliman
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Manners pertain from everything from how to introduce people to how to eat. While the precise nature of good manners may vary, the underlying principles do not. Good manners involve treating people... More > with respect and courtesy, and in making sure that other people feel comfortable in a variety of situations. The old Biblical rule of “do as you would be done by” is sometimes used as an illustration of how manners are supposed to work.< Less
TomKat, A Family Dinner By Eli
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TomKat, A Family Dinner, portrays a story about a family that consists of a university professor, his wife, and two kids. The professor takes his family out for a celebration at an upscale four star... More > restaurant and enjoys a pleasant evening on the town. Sari TomKat teaches Tommie and Kayle the rules of etiquette while dining out with the family.< Less
Etiquette (In Society, In Business, In Politics and At Home) By Emily Post
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From the PREFACE: “People who ridicule etiquette as a mass of trivial and arbitrary conventions, "extremely troublesome to those who practise them and insupportable to everybody... More > else," seem to forget the long, slow progress of social intercourse in the upward climb of man from the primeval state. Conventions were established from the first to regulate the rights of the individual and the tribe. They were and are the rules of the game of life and must be followed if we would "play the game." … It was a long, long time before the habit of eating in common was acquired; and it is obvious that the practice could not have been taken up with safety until the individuals of the race knew enough about one another and about the food resources to be sure that there was food sufficient for all. When eating in common became the vogue, table manners made their appearance and they have been waging an uphill struggle ever since.< Less