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Helping your child master these simple rules of etiquette will get him noticed -- for all the right reasons. By David Lowry, Ph.D. Your child's rude 'tude isn't always intentional. Sometimes kids just don't realize it's impolite to interrupt, pick their nose, or loudly observe that the lady walking in front of them has a large behind. And in the hustle and bustle of daily life, busy moms and dads don't always have the time to focus on etiquette.
It feels terrible to be left out by your friends, but it happens to everyone. Sometimes, friends go out without you and you can feel pretty down about it. Other times, you can be with people and feel incredibly left out of the conversation or situation for one reason or another.
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The Internet TESL Journal Marsha Rosenberg Reprinted from: The Ambassador, The American School in Japan Alumni & Community Magazine Spring 1996 The idea of raising bilingual children is both appealing and possible for more and more families these days, and growing up with more than one language certainly has its advantages in today's global village. Yet bilingualism really isn't something that simply happens. Raising kids to be successful in more than one language requires some careful planning and learning about bilingual language development.