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The Victorian Era Victorian Fashion and Etiquette and fun facts!
Learn to govern yourself and to be gentle and patient Learn to speak in a gentle tone of voice
The hostess should shake hands with her guests and receive them cordially; any formality is out of place on informal occasions. Victorians have been credited with creating the first Christmas card
Theater, Opera, and Concerts… To leave a lady alone during the “waits” and going out to “get a drink” or “to speak to a friend” is bad manners.
It is the duty of a well-bred person to attend church regularly on Sunday.
A true lady will go quietly and unobtrusively about her business when on the street, never seeking to attract attention of the opposite sex. Street Manners
Street manners No gentleman should stand on the street corners, steps of hotels, or other public places and make remarks about ladies passing by.
Pushing or crowding at a counter, handling the goods in a careless manner, lounging upon the counter, or talking in a loud voice, are marks of bad breeding. Shopping Etiquette
It is in especially bad taste for lovers to indulge in any affectionate demonstrations in public places.
“Bloomers”: Feminist Rebellion! Fancier Bloomers
Victorian Names: Abishag, Feather, Lettuce, Tram, Water, Wonderful, Murder, Energetic, Despair, Clapham, Ham, Brained.
What’s missing in Hyde Park?
Nannies largely raised middle class children for their mothers and fathers.
Queen Victoria had bishopophobia (fear of bishops). She was frightened by their wigs as a little girl. Oh, and Prince Albert was her cousin
Learn to govern yourself and to be gentle and patient. Never speak or act in anger. Remember that, valuable as is the gift of speech, silence is often.
Filipino Proper Manners and Etiquette. What is Manners? In sociology, manners are the unenforced standards of conduct which demonstrate that a person.
Queen Victoria ( ) 1837 Victoria became queen at the age of 18. Her reign lasted 64 years. She was an example to the people of her country, in.
Do and Do not in Britain. Do say "Please" and "Thank you": It is very good manner to say "please" and "thank you". It is considered rude if you don't.
Acceptable Behaviour in the United Kingdom.... What do you think British people are like? The English are said to be reserved in manners, dress and speech.
Good Manners TABLE MANNERS AT A DINNER PARTY. Tasks: Learn to apologize to people Talk about good table manners.
How the Victorians celebrated Christmas. Before Victorian England Christmas was a holiday not celebrated by many. They did not have Christmas tree’s at.
COMENIUS PROJECT The image of the other. 1.Should you spit in public? Never 66 Never 66 Sometimes 0 Sometimes 0 Always 1 Always 1 Rarely 1 Rarely 1.
A Christmas Carol. A Christmas Carol Background Knowledge Have you ever heard of Ebenezer Scrooge, Tiny Tim, The three Christmas spirits, or Bob Cratchit?
Office Expectations. What Does the Office Staff Do? n Help students and staff n Answer phones n Assist parents n Paperwork: discipline, attendance n Order.
The Victorian Period Objectives: SWBAT Understand how the historical events of the time, both good and bad, changed the literature Understand.
Took throne in 1837 at age of 18 Queen for 64 years Called Empress of India Married Prince Albert from Germany Her first cousin Married in 1840.
“I have come so that they may have life to the full.” (Gospel of John)
MENS TRAINING CLASS LESSON # 3 Presented at: Newton church of Christ Newton, NC
Charles Lindbergh Middle School Treat Computer Lab Nicely Leave the computer lab neat and clean. No eating or drinking in lab!
Entering the Computer Lab. Walk quietly to your assigned seat.
Queen Victoria!!. Queen Victoria Born: 24 th May 1819 Became Queen: 20 th June 1837 Married: Prince Albert of Saxe-Coburg They had 9 children together.
Unit 4 The Girl in the Fifth Row. Detailed Study of Paras1-3 (1) Why was the writer seized with panic at the beginning of his first lecture? Because.
ROMEO AND JULIET, ACT ONE – Test: Wednesday, February 18, 2015
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