Good manners are important at every stage of life, especially during the teenage years when social horizons are broadening, first jobs are being pursued, higher education is considered, and the independence of young adulthood is just a blink away. Etiquette teacher June Hines Moore expertly guides you through a variety of key social interactions, such as: Making a good impression, what to wear, how to make a conversation, dating, public manners, job interviews, being a host or guest, cell phones and e-mail, RSVPs and thank you notes, and eating etiquette. Parents and teachers are invited to get involved with their own special pages to help facilitate various interactive role playing exercises, quizzes, demonstrations, tips, a Q and A session, and more. Manners Made Easy for Teens will help you put others at ease, feel good about yourself, and leave awkwardness and social fear behind!
Think all teenagers are awkward, immature, and self-involved? Well, of course not, but especially not after etiquette teacher June Hines Moore gets their attention. In Manners Made Easy for Teens, she expertly guides young people through a variety of key social interactions, from dating to job interviews. Included in the student/teacher process of this book are various interactive role playing exercises, quizzes, demonstrations, tips, and Q&A sessions.