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Being Polite - Do You Have Good Manners?

Values and Manners
Values and Manners


Being Polite - Do You Have Good Manners?
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Reading Level
     edHelper's suggested reading level:   grades 3 to 5
     Flesch-Kincaid grade level:   2.51

Vocabulary
     challenging words:    properly, polite, likely, quickly, mean, yourself, what, meeting, able, trouble, also, being, meet, contact, tall, feel

Other Languages
     Spanish: Ser educado - ¿Tienes buenos modales?


Being Polite - Do You Have Good Manners?
By Mary Perrin
  

1     What does it mean to be polite? You are polite when you show good manners. You may know people who are very polite. Look around the lunch room the next time you are there. You will quickly be able to tell who is polite and who is not. Your friends who talk quietly are polite. Your friends who chew food with their mouths closed are polite. Those who are sitting tall and on their bottoms also are polite. Those who are not very polite may play with their food. They may talk in very loud voices. Those who are not polite are usually getting in trouble at lunch time with the teachers who are watching. Are you polite at .....
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