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Social Etiquette. Don’t talk when someone else is talking to you. Raise your hand instead of calling out. Stop talking when you hear the teacher speaking to you. Ask questions at appropriate times. Social Etiquette.

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Social etiquette

Social Etiquette

Don’t talk when someone else is talking to you.

Raise your hand instead of calling out.

Stop talking when you hear the teacher speaking to you.

Ask questions at appropriate times.


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Social Etiquette

  • Keep your hands to yourself and your own stuff and do not deface other people’s stuff, unless invited otherwise.

    • Note: Big PDAs are inappropriate in certain settings (i.e. classroom, hallway, etc.).


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Social Etiquette

3. Profanity (including minority/ racial slurs of any kind) should NOT be used in public.


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Social Etiquette

4. Don’t engage in negative peer pressure (i.e. Telling someone that they should try drugs, “party hard,” etc.).


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Social Etiquette

5. Treat others the way you would like to be treated (i.e. actively listening to someone).


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Social Etiquette

6. Hold the door if someone is following you into a room.


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Social Etiquette

7. Do not get involved in other people’s conversations unless you are invited to or in some way affected by it.


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Social Etiquette

8. When you are supposed to be paying attention to something and/or someone, put your electronic devices (i.e. cell phone, kindle, ipods, etc.) away.


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Social Etiquette

9. Do not actively judge someone.


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Social Etiquette

10. Keep your comments positive, including suggestions.


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Social Etiquette

11. Wear appropriate attire that is not suggestive, derogatory or provocative to school.


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Social Etiquette

12. Don’t make unnecessary and irrelevant comments when the teachers are trying to help you be successful in life.


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Social Etiquette

13. Use the appropriate volume when talking inside (“inside voice”).


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Social Etiquette

14. Take responsibility for your own actions.


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Social Etiquette

15. Don’t discuss inappropriate topics where you can be overheard.


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Social Etiquette

16. Don’t show someone inappropriate material, videos, actions, etc.


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Social Etiquette

17. Don’t throw things in the classroom, unless the teacher appropriately asks you to.


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Social Etiquette

BONUS: Unless your teacher is asking you to do something that affects your or someone else’s health, please respectfully do what he or she is asking.


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Class Generated Notes

  • Don’t talk over other people when they are talking.

  • Pay attention to whoever is talking (active listening).

  • Use appropriate language (no cursing/profanity, minority/racial slurs, etc.) in public settings and/or with people that will be offended by it.

  • Wear appropriate attire that is not suggestive, derogatory and provocative to school.


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Social Etiquette

Class Generated Notes

  • Don’t make unnecessary and irrelevant comments when the teachers are trying to help you be successful in life.

  • Try to avoid loud bodily functions.

  • Try to understand other people’s opinions and be respectful when their opinions are different.

  • Answer questions honestly.

  • Use the appropriate volume when talking inside (“inside voice”).

  • Don’t touch other people’s things or bodies.


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Social Etiquette

Class Generated Notes

11. Take responsibility for your own actions.


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Social Etiquette

Class Generated Notes

  • Try to release bodily functions quietly.

  • Don’t talk when other people, specifically the teacher in class, are talking.

  • Don’t yell in the classroom.

  • Don’t throw things in the classroom, unless the teacher appropriately asks you to.

  • Don’t rip out the ethernet cables.

  • Don’t use profanity or slurs in public.

  • Don’t discuss inappropriate topics where you can be overheard.

  • Don’t show someone inappropriate material, videos, etc.


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