Character Education for High School Students is a group activity-based program that teaches students the social skills they need for life during and after high school.

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  • 16 lessons Structured for 50-minute Classes
  • Goals for each lesson
  • Classroom set-up
  • Teaching instructions
  • Teacher/Student dialogue
  • Printable handouts materials
  • Unit Quizzes
  • Final exam 

TOPICS

  • Communication Skills
  • Making Eye Contact
  • First Impressions
  • Greetings/Introductions
  • How to Shake Hands
  • Using Technology
  • Social Media Guidelines
  • Internet Safety
  • Respect
  • Courtesy
  • Attitude
  • Responsibility
  • Reliability
  • Appropriate Attire
  • Interviewing Skills
  • Public Speaking
  • Writing Thank you Notes
  • Sportsmanship
  • Attending Events
  • Dating
  • Dining Skills

Teens today are busier than ever and continuously bombarded with advertising, social media, and peer pressure. Simply knowing what is appropriate and expected of them can instill the confidence and self-esteem necessary to make their teen years easier. Character Education for High School Students also prepares students for life as successful adults.

The most important part of this program is the students you will be teaching. Teens need direction in civility now more than ever.

 

This life skills syllabus meets national educational performance standards. Our curriculum emphasizes consistency and positive behavioral management, developing social skills, building self-esteem, self-assurance, respect for others, following rules and routines, motor skills development, writing skills, and other skills necessary for successful socialization.

To learn more about the complete Character Education Series and why our children need this education Click Here.

This program is for education professionals or volunteers, and for etiquette consultants who wish to work with high school students. Your investment in this program not only adds a business opportunity for you, but creates multiple learning opportunities for an open daytime class period or after school program.

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