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Character Education for High School Students

At The American School of Protocol®, we view high school as the last stop before reality sets in. Some students will continue their education, some will join the military, and others will be part of the American workforce. Character Education for High School Students focuses on appearance, job and college interviews, marketing yourself, correspondence, dating skills, attending events, respect and courtesy, and more. Three lessons are also devoted to dining skills. There is a very short window of time to teach these sixteen life-skills lessons. The decision that the students make in a given situation, can change their lives in a negative or positive way. Our goal in teaching this curriculum is to develop more respectful people who know and understand that they are responsible for their actions

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.

$ 210.00 USD

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Lessons Covered in Character Education for High School Students

Lesson 1: In the Beginning

  • To understand the rules of introductions.
  • To learn how to properly shake hands.
  • To understand the appropriate time to stand.
  • To develop the students' confidence in their knowledge and ability to introduce themselves to others.

Lesson 2: Introductions and Greeting Others

  • Review the rules of Introductions, Shaking hands, and When to stand.
  • Allow students to practice the skills they learned in Lesson 1.

Lesson 3: Appearance 

  • To develop students' awareness of the importance of clothing in various settings.
  • To promote proper clothing selection for any given occasion.

Lesson 4: Job and College Interviews

  • To learn how to create a good impression during an interview.
  • To identify the essential items needed on an interview.
  • To develop successful job and college interview skills.

Lesson 5: Marketing Yourself

  • To develop students' public speaking skills.
  • To promote students' awareness of their strengths and how to verbalize them. 

Lesson 6: Correspondence

  • To learn the correct format of thank you notes.
  • To understand when a thank you note is warranted.

Lesson 7: Savvy Communication

  • To learn the correct protocol for phone calls and text messages.
  • To learn the proper etiquette for sending emails.
  • To understand the full ramifications of social networking sites.

Lesson 8: Respect and Courtesy

  • To identify the reasons why respect and courtesy are necessary in every area of one's life.
  • To learn what having good manners entails.
  • To work as part of a team in the development of a creative presentation.
  • To encourage students to be more self-reflective in their own habits regarding respect and courtesy toward others. 

Lesson 9: Sportsmanship

  • To teach students about the true definition of sportsmanship.
  • To explain the rules of being a spectator.
  • To explain the rules of using the locker room.
  • To see where the student's natural instincts drive them when it comes to sportsmanship.

Lesson 10: Attending Events

  • To develop students' awareness of appropriate behavior during special events.
  • To understand the expectations of Prom. 

Lesson 11: Dating

  • To develop students' awareness of dating etiquette.

Lesson 12: Getting Acquainted with Dining

  • To discuss the importance of table manners in various settings.
  • To learn what is expected when dining out.
  • To understand the proper 4 course meal setting.
  • To learn proper table manners. 

Lesson 13: More Table Manners

  • To properly set up one place setting for a four course meal.
  • To learn the Zig-Zag and Continental methods of dining.

Lesson 14: Dining Etiquette

  • To learn the five uses of the napkin.
  • To understand the proper way to eat soup.
  • To understand the proper way to eat dessert.

Lesson 15: Dinner Out

  • To allow students to practice the dining skills they have learned in an actual restaurant.
  • To give students the opportunity to experience a formal dinner.

Lesson 16: Final Exam

  • To test students retention of the curriculum.

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