From our childhood, good manners have been cultivated as a major part of every beings life. Being a human it plays an important role in every one day to day life. Our parents nurtured us since our childhood with good mannerism, good behaviour and discipline. These three featured as a vital part of good manners. Manners either its bad or good can't be imposed to the child, some basically inherited from their parents and other social mannerism etiquettes will be taught by parents itself at home first, since a home is the first school of any child to start its learning process where parents both mother and father plays an important role in developing good social etiquette or good manners to enhance the child’s upbringing in a good shape.
Good manners has its own definition if a person needs to be liked by someone then he or she needs to act like a good person with good behaviour or manners. No matter what level of studies you did either of highly qualified or it is simply 10th passed out doesn’t make a difference if a person knows how to act or behave in front of others.
Respect and courtesy are the major assets in developing of good manners. One should be polite and courteous to others, even while communication we need to kind calm and patient enough to listen to others, means he or she should be a good listener these qualities even makes life problems more simple and makes the person think more broader.
Here are some specific mentioned good manners which helps a person in enhancing
Speak politely to others
Say thank you always wherever needed in conversation.
Open doors for others.
Maintain eye contact while shaking hands.
Stand up while elders enter the room.
Polite phone manners.
Serve people when any guest enters your home.
Good manners can differentiate between in two aspects that is one in school and other at-home itself.
At Home: Home is the first place where child traits develop from, the parent is the first teacher who makes them (child) understand the differences between good and bad manners. Keeping in mind for future aspects child needs to develop traits as polite, calm, patient. Since childhood, we have taught of maintaining hygiene habit after having lunch or dinner, while eating or drinking not to make bad sound, say THANKYOU and SORRY are the important words to use while making in conversation, keeping own belonging in exact place after taking out from the place, brushing off teeth and bath daily, do not disturb others while working something important task, always take permission for picking up thing while visiting any neighbour place, always mention PLEASE word for requesting or asking for something and so on.
There are various add on traits which gives supports in child mannerism to act as disciplined and good nature human being. These are basic traits and habits which a child develops it since childhood by learning and observing the parents.
At School: School manners consist of some different patterns of ethics need to be followed by the child. Respecting teachers is the most important quality of good manners, here (School) environment also develops hygiene habits as such maintain a distance of put hands while sneezing or coughing, to carry a handkerchief, washing off hands after having lunch, always asks permission to the teacher for going to washrooms, daily completion of homework, maintain focus in class, talk politely to classmates and obey class monitor or teachers instructions, not to push children while standing in a queue. These are some major qualities helps children in enhancing good manners in all aspects.
There is a thin line between these two words which makes a big difference, generally, we cannot identify these differences. Good manners is completely associated with a person act or behaviour such as politeness, patience, good listener, courtesy, helping nature and so on are some of the traits signifies of good manners. Whereas Discipline describes a person own set of rules and standards which he/ she follows throughout their life for example if person is a smoker but here his discipline says not to smoke in front of parents or any elders this follows as same by any means.
1. What is Good Manners?
Ans: Good manners are expressed by our behaviour and implemented on others. Being polite and courteous is one of the good manners. The cultured and well-mannered person was always demanded in the society and appreciated by all. And the person who doesn’t know how to behave and act to others will not be liked by anyone and he or she loses its respect. This quality (good manners) have been developed since childhood to take firm roots.
2. What are the Advantages of Good Manners?
Ans: Good manners make a person civilized to live in society, it maintains peaceful relations among people and builds up social relation between person to person.
3. What Types of Good Manners Child Learns in School?
Ans: To say PLEASE
Say EXCUSE ME
Always keep a good smile on face while talking.
Maintain eye contact while asking any question to the teacher
Shows respect to others.
Always encourage classmates in any difficult task performance.
Building up communication with others and classmates as well.