Interactive Etiquette Activities and Work Dimensions in Secondary Language Learners: A Study

G. SANKAR, M. SRIPRABHA, S. Sankara Kumar, R. Senthil Kumar

Abstract


Etiquette in simpler words is defined as good behavior which distinguishes human beings from animals. Human Being is a social animal and it is really important for him to behave in an appropriate way. Etiquette refers to behave in a socially responsible way. Etiquettes is a code of behavior that delineates expectations for social behavior according to contemporary conventional norms within a society, social class, or group. The French word etiquette, literally signifying a tag or label, was used in a modern sense in English around 1750. Etiquette has changed and evolved over the years. It is essential for an individual to behave in a responsible manner acceptable to the society. People around us must not feel embarrassed by our behaviour.One should not behave irrationally or illogically in public.


Keywords


Behaviour; Social animal; Etiquette; Society; Public

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/8813

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