Lessons on Manners for Home and School Use

Edith E. WIGGIN ( - )

It is true that good manners, like good morals, are best taught by the teacher's example. It is also true that definite lessons, in which the subject can be considered in its appropriate divisions, are of no little value if we would have our children attain to "that finest of the fine arts, a beautiful behavior." (From the author's Introduction)

Genre(s): Social Science

Language: English

Section Chapter Reader Time
Play 00 00 - Introduction David Barnes
00:05:56
Play 01 01 - Lesson I - Manners in General David Barnes
00:02:53
Play 02 02 - Lesson II - Manners in School David Barnes
00:05:36
Play 03 03 - Lesson III - Manners on the Street David Barnes
00:07:44
Play 04 04 - Lesson IV - Manners at Home Jill Preston
00:07:28
Play 05 05 - Lesson V - Manners Toward the Aged Jill Preston
00:09:42
Play 06 06 - Lesson VI - Manners at the Table Jill Preston
00:09:48
Play 07 07 - Lesson VII - Manners in Society Jill Preston
00:15:11
Play 08 08 - Lesson VIII - Manners in Church Jill Preston
00:05:19
Play 09 09 - Lesson IX - Manners at Places of Amusement Jill Preston
00:08:39
Play 10 10 - Lesson X - Manners in Stores and Similar Public Places David Barnes
00:06:35
Play 11 11 - Lesson XI - Manners in Travelling David Barnes
00:10:24
Play 12 12 - Lesson XII - Manners in Borrowing David Barnes
00:03:54