Presentation on theme: "Produced by the Riverina Schools Project Partnership, 2009 Talk To Me Lesson Seven Using Good Manners."— Presentation transcript:
Produced by the Riverina Schools Project Partnership, 2009 Talk To Me Lesson Seven Using Good Manners
Talk to Me In our last lesson we talked about how to start a conversation Who can remember some of the things we talked about? Today we are going to talk about using good manners when speaking to others.
Good Manners It is nice to say please, thankyou, excuse me and sorry when talking to others It shows you care. If you do not use these words people might think that you are rude. They may not feel like doing the thing that you asked for.
Good Manners When we are asking for something, we should say May I have a pencil please? If someone does something for you, you should say Thank you for helping me.
Good Manners When you need to get someone’s attention, you should say Excuse me Mr/Mrs _______ I need some help. When you accidentally bump into someone you should say I’m sorry for bumping into you.
What is wrong with this picture? What could be a better way to fix this problem? Add your answers here.
I don’t mind because he said sorry. I’m sorry. I didn’t see you there.
What is good in this picture? Add your answers here
Activity Write a story or some sentences using the following words: Please Happy Thank you Good manners Care Excuse me Sad Sorry Rude Listen