The Etiquette and traditions of the peoples of the world”
Each country, culture is unique because unlike other. It is this feature that makes international travel so attractive. Each country has its own peculiarities, and, for example, what is allowed in Germany, severely punished in China.
Etiquette is the silent language by which you can tell a lot and understand a lot, if you know how to see. Etiquette cannot be substituted. Conversing with a foreigner, sometimes it is difficult to explain how you feel about him and what he says. But if you own etiquette, your silence, gestures, intonation will speak louder than words. By external style to keep abroad are judged not only on the person, but also about the country he represents. The tradition of the business community, conducting business and social meetings, conversational phrases, gifts, manners, table manners, dress codes – the answers to these and many other questions will provide students with this program.
Each time, entering into communion with other people, we get upset, if not met our expectations. And people, engaging in fellowship with us, feel a sense of disappointment when our behavior does not match what they expect. Knowledge and ability to find common language with representatives of other cultures will help you to communicate freely and effectively, to gain new friendships.
This program will become a harmonious personality, to learn to behave with dignity in any situation.
Goal: to promote the formation and development of intercultural understanding and tolerant behaviour in inter-ethnic relations.
– to acquaint students with the concept of “Etiquette”, with history, etiquette, skills of cultural behavior;
– to acquaint with the peculiarities of etiquette in other countries.
– contribute to the development of communicative skills;
– assist in the development and formation of self-confidence;
– to promote the development of skills of behavior in situations of intercultural communication.
– to educate respectful attitude to oneself, to others;
– to contribute to the motivation to self-improvement, to develop comprehensively, harmoniously.
The form and mode of employment. 1 a – 144 (4 hours per week); 216 hours (6 hours per week); 2 year – 216 hours (6 hours per week); Form of classes – group. Expected results and ways to determine their effectiveness. At the end of the training program, the child will know : – features of etiquette in European and Asian countries; – General rules of etiquette; – features of religious culture; – features of the corporate culture. At the end of the training program the child will be able to : – communicate and behave according to the etiquette. A form for summarizing the results of the program. Role-playing game.
The first year of training.