Rahul Yadav: Should Manners Be Taught At School?

    • Rahul Yadav,
    • Standard: IX-A,
    • GURUNANAK MISSION-ANDHERI-E,
    • Mumbai.

    • Publish Date: Jan 13 2017 2:31PM
    • |
    • Updated Date: Jan 15 2017 1:08PM
Rahul Yadav: Should Manners Be Taught At School?

With all due respect to the existing curriculum, I would like to suggest that, apart from all the subjects that have academic orientation, etiquette should be taught in class as a lesson because students do not know how to behave in different setups because of which they end up offending other people unintentionally. Children should know how to behave in front of different people like your grandparents, parents, friends, relatives and teachers. It will help them in respecting different people and bestowing respect. If we are expected to behave in a certain way, then this 'certain way' has to be taught in school.

Comments

Hafsa Malwat F D SCHOOL

Yes,It had better if manners are taught in school. Children learn more from their parents. Not from their Teachers. They spend more time with their Parents. And there is a Proverb in Gujarati that ,એક માતા 100 કરતાં વધુ સારી છે means A mother is better than 100 teachers. But now a days in modern era , its different. Parents have no time for their children. They both are running after money. So they put their children in Boarding school. And they spend more time with Teachers.

Hafsa Malwat F D SCHOOL

Yes, I agree, we really need to teach manners in school.

TAVISHA ARORA dav public school

yes i think manners should be taught in school with this their is some responsibility of parents also to inculcate manners in a child because school teaches curriculum and they have to .complete their syllabus before exam so they dont get time so parents should also inculcate manners in a child

ANGELINA.G St Ann's High School,Tarnaka,secunderabad

manners are the first things to be taught in school. children can become great people with a little bit of help which is manners.others feel good when a child is well mannered . the parents are also appreciated.

Shruti Thakur NATIONAL PUBLIC SCHOOL,GOTTIGERE

No, i don''t agree with this. Since mother is the first teacher and the child learns manners from his/her parents ,it is duty of every parents to teach manners to their kids and then followed by the school and teachers

Dev K Bhanushali BGS National Public School

if not at home, manners should be taught at school as it depicts the personality of a person. manners is very important in showing respect to parents,teachers as well as friends. if not learnt, it can hurt others feelings unintentionally.

Aadrit Banerjee Apeejay School Salt Lake

I agree to this...we will lead the world and we are the future...thus manners and etiquette are important and if taught from beginning then there would be no big problem.

Aadrit Banerjee Apeejay School Salt Lake

I am fortunate to read in a school where this is taught in a number of classes...

Sneha Sehrawat J.M. INTERNATIONAL SCH00L

Even I feel children should grown up with the seeds of manner and respect so that once they are grown ups they can be self-mannered.

pradip ASP Public School, Navi Mumbai

Yes,because I think that Children should know how to behave in front of different people like your grandparents, parents, friends, relatives and teachers. It will help them in respecting different people and bestowing respect. If we are expected to behave in a certain way, then this ''certain way'' has to be taught in school.

pradip ASP Public School, Navi Mumbai

Yes,because I think that Children should know how to behave in front of different people like your grandparents, parents, friends, relatives and teachers. It will help them in respecting different people and bestowing respect. If we are expected to behave in a certain way, then this ''certain way'' has to be taught in school.

EKNOOR BHATTI Bal Bharati Public School

yes.

Anish Gurushankar The Orbis School

Yes, this should be taught at school as academics is second but person''s potential speaks first.......

Brithi kiran soundarya school

Yes , obviously manners should be taught in schools because children are more lively at school than at home.Moreover children learn better when they see something practically I mean when children see their friends following or practising something new they tend to copy it.Hence manners should be taught in schools and in my opinion it is the primary duty of schools to inculcate manners in school.

Brithi kiran soundarya school

And we spend most of the hours in a day at schools so we learn more there, though we get manners from home it is not as effective as we learn at schools

Brithi kiran soundarya school

And we spend most of the hours in a day at schools so we learn more there, though we get manners from home it is not as effective as we learn at schools

pradip ASP Public School, Navi Mumbai

Yes,because I think that Children should know how to behave in front of different people like your grandparents, parents, friends, relatives and teachers. It will help them in respecting different people and bestowing respect. If we are expected to behave in a certain way, then this ''certain way'' has to be taught in school.

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