Saturday, January 7, 2012

776. Learning good manners

One day teacher of English B said to teacher of English A, “We teachers at our school are concerned about the way our students have lunch at the cafeteria; they take lunch with bad manners, even somehow rude. It’s not all of them, but rather many of the kids.

We think that something else they should learn in school is to take meals –lunch in this case- in a polite and normal way. Also the students should be helpful to one another and, for example, if the pitcher of water is empty, someone can stand up and go to fill it again.

One teacher told me some days ago that in his school some moms take turns to attend the school to help out to teach primary-education students, and early secondary ones, how to use the cutlery, how to use the napkins, how to eat in a nice way, etc. It works, he told me. These moms planned the calendar so as to decide what days are ok with each mom to go up to the school at that time.” / Photo from: radiobrisas com. niñas yendo a la escuela

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