Etiquette for Children and Teens
with CEU Certificate*
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Parents can't always be around to help their children make the right decisions. That is why it is vitally important for children and teens to learn how to treat people. They must be able to use their own good judgment based on the solid knowledge of what is respectful of others and dignified of themselves. This course will help parents provide that knowledge to their children.
This course is meant for adults, educators, parents, and caregivers who are responsible for two groups of children--children eight through twelve years old and teens thirteen through seventeen years old. Each lesson is set up with a general section as well as tips and guidelines specific for these two age groups. This course will teach the basics of good etiquette. A strong foundation in proper etiquette will last a lifetime. These are skills that can be used in the present for socializing, at school, at work, and in college; it will also serve them well into their future careers and social lives. Etiquette is not the exclusive domain of the wealthy and powerful of our society. Children and teens of any socioeconomic background can, and should, be taught good etiquette; good etiquette is for anyone who chooses to learn it.
This course is appropriate for those who want to teach etiquette and/or parents who would like to teach their children proper etiquette. It is written in general, uncomplicated terms and vocabulary so that students of all walks of life can easily grasp this knowledge.
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- 6 Months to Complete
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Lesson 1 : Introduction to Modern EtiquetteThe focus of Lesson 1 is to provide a solid foundation in understanding what etiquette is, how it differs from "manners," and the nuances of teaching this concept to children and teens.
Lesson 2 : Meetings and IntroductionsIt is important to understand how to properly introduce yourself and how to introduce others.
Lesson 3 : Conversation and Listening SkillsIn the previous lesson, you learned a little about making conversation as part of an introduction. This lesson will focus more on how to start, continue, and end a conversation.
Lesson 4 : Telephone/Cell Phone, Texting, Emailing, and Internet EtiquetteIn our modern world, a lesson on etiquette regarding social media is necessary. It is hard to know what the right thing to do or say is when communicating with others in this way.
Lesson 5 : Etiquette in Public PlacesThe way you behave when you are out in public with friends and family reflects on you and your parents.
Lesson 6 : Employment/Volunteer EtiquetteAt some point in your life, you may perform volunteer work or paid employment. While most of the same rules of etiquette apply in work situations as they do in personal situations, there are some differences.
Lesson 7 : Dining EtiquetteWhether you are eating out in a restaurant, at home, or at someone else's home, good dining etiquette is important.
Lesson 8 : Social Gathering Etiquette (Guest and Host/Hostess)Even if you are a young child, you will be invited to parties, and you will invite people to parties. It is just as important to be a good guest as it is to be a good host or hostess.
Lesson 9 : School EtiquetteYou spend most of your day and week at school, so it is important to know what good school etiquette is.
Lesson 10 : Confidence Without ArroganceExuding confidence is attractive. When you are confident, it makes others feel confidence in you, and it helps them trust you.
Additional Course Information
- Document Your Lifelong Learning Achievements
- Earn an Official Certificate Documenting Course Hours and CEUs
- Verify Your Certificate with a Unique Serial Number Online
- View and Share Your Certificate Online or Download/Print as PDF
- Display Your Certificate on Your Resume and Promote Your Achievements Using Social Media
- Define what etiquette is and how to teach it to children.
- Demonstrate how to properly introduce yourself to other people.
- Describe appropriate etiquette in conversations and describe how to be a good listener.
- Define proper etiquette when using phones, email, texting, and other online communications.
- Identify appropriate etiquette for public places.
- Define proper employment/volunteer etiquette.
- Describe appropriate etiquette for dining.
- Describe appropriate etiquette for social gatherings.
- Describe appropriate etiquette for school and educational settings.
- Describe how to show confidence without coming off arrogant, and
- Demonstrate mastery of lesson content at levels of 70% or higher.
|Lesson 1 Assignment||Assignment||25|
|Lesson 1 : Introduction to Modern Etiquette||Exam||9|
|Lesson 2 Assignment||Assignment||25|
|Lesson 2 : Meetings and Introductions||Exam||9|
|Lesson 3 Assignment||Assignment||25|
|Lesson 3 : Conversation and Listening Skills||Exam||10|
|Lesson 4 Assignment||Assignment||25|
|Lesson 4 : Telephone/Cell Phone, Texting, Emailing and Internet Etiquette||Exam||10|
|Lesson 5 Assignment||Assignment||25|
|Lesson 5 : Etiquette in Public Places||Exam||10|
|Lesson 6 Assignment||Assignment||25|
|Lesson 6 : Employment/Volunteer Etiquette||Exam||9|
|Lesson 7 Assignment||Assignment||25|
|Lesson 7 : Dining Etiquette||Exam||10|
|Lesson 8 Assignment||Assignment||25|
|Lesson 8 : Social Gathering Etiquette (Guest and Host/Hostess)||Exam||10|
|Lesson 9 Assignment||Assignment||25|
|Lesson 9 : School Etiquette||Exam||10|
|Lesson 10 Assignment||Assignment||25|
|Lesson 10 : Confidence Without Arrogance||Exam||10|
|The Final Exam||Exam||48|