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Journey to the country of etiquette 2018
2018-02-17, 22:39:45
1. Get acquainted with the rules of etiquette;
2. To cultivate feelings of respect for peers and adults;
3. Develop a culture of speech.

Equipment: a locomotive, a magic wand, the name of stations, posters with rules, sheets with proverbs, a plate, a fork, a knife, a napkin.

Educator: People live together. And that it would be convenient and joyful for us to live, learn, relax, work, each of us must follow the rules, called etiquette.

Educator: ETIQUET is the established, accepted order of behavior, correct communication.

Educator: and today we will go to the magic country of etiquette.

Educator: I have a magic wand in my hands. And to use it, let's all say together quietly: "One, two, three - in a magical country transferred!".

Educator: And our magic wand takes us to the city of "Polite guys"!

Educator: Guys, let's remember what kind of polite words, we know, and for this we'll guess the riddles:

1. An icy block of ice melts, from the word warm ... (thanks)

2. The old stump will appear green when he hears ... (good afternoon)

3. The boy is polite and developed, says, meeting ... (hello)

4. If you can not eat more, we'll tell mom ... (thanks)

5. When we are scolded for pranks, we say ... (sorry, please)

6. Both in France and in Denmark, they say goodbye ... (goodbye)

Teacher: Well done! That's how well you know the magic words. And let's listen to the poem. And we will answer some questions:

- That's who politeness we have

showed in practice -

He's at midnight's hour

raised his mother from bed

- What happened to you! - Mother jumped up -

sick, son ?.

"I forgot to tell you:

mother of good night!

Educator: Do you think that this boy can be considered polite? Why?

Children: (answer)
Educator: Let's listen to the rules of politeness:

• Politeness is manifested, first of all, in words, and also in the tone that they are told.

• Adults should be the first to say hello.

• If you have been given a favor, given something, you have to say "thank you". And the answer, when you say "thank you", answer "please".

• When you go to bed, say goodnight to everyone.

• Leaving the table, thank your parents. Do not forget to praise for carefully cooked food.

• If you need to contact adults who are talking, say "I'm sorry, please" and only then state your request.

• When you ask for something, do not forget the words: "I ask you ..." or "I want to ask you ...".

• If you accidentally pushed someone, did something awkward, you should apologize: "Excuse me, please," "forgive me, please."

• Leaving, you must say goodbye: "good-bye," "all the best."

• It is very important, in what tone you say, how you address a person, whether you look at him when you talk to him.

Educator: Answer me the following questions:

1. What should I say when they say "thank you"?

2. In what queue should you greet adults?

3. What should I say if I accidentally touched someone?

Teacher: Well done! You know the rules of politeness, but remember that the magic words spoken rudely, carelessly, cease to be polite, so do not turn away from the one to whom you speak, and speak them in a kind voice and with a smile.

Educator: And let's wave a magic wand and go on. And at the next station, we will talk with you about the rules of behavior at the table.

Educator: Now you probably will think, but to whom does it interfere, that I eat uncivilized? And why is it uncivilized? And I'll tell you: "Imagine, it hinders!" If we think properly, we will understand that all the rules of politeness, including the rules of behavior at the table, exist so that people do not interfere with their actions and harm each other , did not offend and did not offend each other. But this also needs to be learned, so as not to feel uncomfortable with your ignorance of the rules of behavior at the table.

Educator: Do you know how to behave at the table?

Children: do not squish, do not chomping, do not shout ...

Educator: It's all right.

• You need to sit at the table with clean hands. Sit straight, do not sway, do not lean against the back of the chair. Elbows on the table do not put.

• The napkin serves to wipe hands and mouth with food.

• You can not talk with your mouth full: you can choke, and speech will be indistinct, incomprehensible.

• You can not sit at the table for a long time, run out of the table while eating.

• The knife must be held in the right hand, and the fork in the left.

• There should be small pieces so that it's not unpleasant to sit next to you.

• Leaving the table. Say thank you.

Teacher: Well done! Now you know how to behave properly at the table. And now let's take a close look at the board and we'll see that there are 2 more stations left, and we'll continue the journey through them in the next lesson.

Educator: Before we continue our journey around the country of etiquette, let's remember which stations we visited last year and what you learned there!

Children: answer


What magical words do you remember from our journey?

What do you need to say when you were told "thank you"?

In what queue should you greet adults?

What should I say if I accidentally touched someone?

In which hand do you need to hold a fork and knife?

What is the napkin for?

What do you need to say when you leave the table?

Teacher: Well done! All this you remember, let's wave a magic wand ... and she carries our train to the station of "Friendship"

Educator: And at this station we will learn how to communicate correctly with adults and comrades. Listen to the poem and think what mistakes the children made.
1. Everyone spoil the mood

Maybe our behavior.

Kolya and Katya have quarreled -

Till now have not reconciled.

2. Tolya Vadik pushed -

He tossed the nose into the bowl.

And Natasha boasted:

"I'm smarter than you and beautiful!"

3. Did not hear these children

Nothing about etiquette

And they do not see the bad in that,

That someone will offend.

Educator: what mistakes did the children make?

Children: answer

Teacher: right,

1. You need to learn to give in to each other, do not quarrel over trifles.

2. Do not be arrogant, that is, put yourself above others.

3. You should not offend each other, appeal rudely.

Educator: from these actions we see that the characters of these poems do not behave culturally, and in fact to be cultural is one of the most important rules of etiquette. A cultured person is always friendly, polite with everyone: acquaintances and strangers.

Educator: We hope and you want to be cultured, and for this you need to know how to communicate correctly with adults and peers. Let's listen to the rules:

• If you are asked a question (how to go, where the pharmacy, etc., try to answer loudly and clearly.) If you can not help, politely explain it.

• When you yourself need to ask a question, use polite words: "Tell me, please ...".

• When meeting acquaintances on the street, say hello to you, answer the questions if they are asked.

• When talking to adults, do not hold your hands in your pockets, keep straight.

• Say hello to the guys when you meet them, call them by name, if you do not know the name yourself, ask; what is your name.

• It is not good to call comrades nicknamed, tease them.

• If you see that a friend needs help, help him.

• If they helped you, thank them.

• "Polite" words are not only for adults, but for their comrades.

Educator: Let's play the game "Collect the Proverb".

At our station there was a hurricane and all the words in the proverb are messed up, read the words and try to make out of them proverbs, in order to make the first proverb we will help the scheme.

1. There is no friend - search, and you will find - take care.

2. A friend is known in trouble.

Educator: that's so well you know the proverbs, and who will explain the first proverb! Who is the second!

Educator: And why do you think the station is called "Friendship"?

Educator: Cultural relations are pledge of strong friendship, therefore, from childhood one must learn cultural speech. No wonder our ancestors said:

"Beautiful speech - a person paints."

"Evil language is an evil person."

Educator: We often talk, but often we do not think about how we say if it offends another person, and most importantly, we do not think at all about the fact that we can offend a person in his tone or how we sit or stand.

Educator: We hope that our group will be friendly, and the guys in it are cultural.

Educator: Our train moves further, and we get to the station rules of conduct in public places.

Educator: At this station, we will play, evaluate the actions of children and learn the rules.

Educator: listen to the situation and evaluate the actions of the guys:

1. Kolya was sitting on the bus, there were no empty seats, Grandmother came to the stop, he closed his eyes and pretended to be asleep.

Educator: what would you do if you were Kolya? What did he do wrong?

2. The girls played ball in the street, suddenly it began to rain, they ran into the entrance of the house and laughed gaily, continued the game.

Educator: Did the girls do the right thing? What mistake did they make?

3. Slava and Marina came to the cinema. We went for a long time in the buffet, and the film had already begun a long time. When they found out about it, chasing each other ran into the hall. The audience watched the film with enthusiasm. The children began to distract the viewers and ask where the 8th row is located. Finally, a series was found. The guys did not calm down and began to count loudly places to find their own. Coming to their feet, they made their way to the seats. And getting the chips, started, eating, discussing what is happening on the screen.

Educator: What did the guys do wrong?

Teacher: Let's listen to the rules:

• Noisy, running, starting games should not be - it will violate the general order, interfere with others.

• The hall must take its places. On the row, you should go to the seated person, apologize if you accidentally hit someone.

• It is unseemly during the action to interfere with the audience: spinning, jumping off, clapping with folding chairs, rustling, stomping with feet.

• Do not chew while watching.

• Do not hurry to leave the hall before the end of the play, it's indecent.

• In movies, they usually do not undress, but at the entrance to the room the boys need to take off their caps.

• In the auditorium you can not litter, it is quite unseemly to gnaw seeds.

• Behave yourself so that you do not interfere with other viewers, so that after your departure, cleanliness and order remain.
Educator: Let's remember which stations we visited.

Educator: What did you learn at each station?

Educator: but little to know, you need to observe these rules:

To make it easier for us to live,

Often we did not have to cry,

My advice to you is:

Observe the etiquete!

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