AMERICAN MANNERS AND CUSTOMS
Your students need answers for the many new social situations they find themselves in. Using manners from their native countries can get them into trouble, cause them embarrassment, and lose opportunities.
This guide for newcomers focuses on manners and customs most often required ASAP. These essentials will help students break through many barriers, avoid many embarrassments, and feel equipped to get out there in the world and "do as the Romans do."
- Meeting and greeting people
- Small talk
- Table manners
- Body language: eye contact, personal distance, touch
- Manners between men and women, older and younger people, and co-workers