Interpersonal communication is like a mirror. To get respect from others, you must first respect others! Everyone is equal, and the President and the worker are just different. Everyone has his own thoughts and personality, which is sacred and inviolable. We should maintain respect for others, and take one heart to change another heart, create a harmonious society that is harmonious, friendly and respectful to each other.
When you see the newly cleaned classroom, the student's waste paper gets dirty; A spotless road, sticky with sputum. Students, are you angry and disgusted? Yes, these involuntary vices are annoying and annoying. We are already middle school students, such low-level mistakes can not be made again! The first book we got after we got into the middle school was the code of civilized student civilization. Middle school students, the code of practice, the specification is an old topic, but we can't forget, to keep the code of civilization firmly in the heart, always remember!
Liang qichao, a young man with a strong youth and a rich young man, told us more than 100 years ago that our generation's children are very important to the vicissitudes of the motherland. In the beginning, sex is good. We are the seeds of our motherland. For ourselves, for the future, we must stay away from smoke, wine, drugs and all evil. Don't let darkness trample upon our pure hearts, and keep all the dust out of us!
We are like the sun at that time, full of vitality and hope, let us act, be a kind, pure, respected good youth!
It is all very well to blame traffic jams,the cost of petrol and the quick pace of modern life,butmannerson the roads are becoming horrible.Everybody knows that the nicest men becomemonsters behind the wheel.Itis all very well,again,to have a tiger in the tank,but to have one inthe driver's seat is another matter altogether.You might tolerate the odd road-hog(莽撞驾车者)，the rude and inconsiderate driver,but nowadays the well-mannered motorist is theexception to the rule.Perhaps the situation calls for a "Be Kind to OtherDrivers"campaign,otherwise it may get completely out of hand.
Road politeness is not only good manners, but good sense too.It takes the most cool-headedand good-tempered of drivers to resist the temptation to revenge when subjected touncivilized behavior.On the other hand,a little politeness goes a long way towards relieving thetensions of motoring.A friendly nod or a wave of acknowledgement in response to an act ofpoliteness when they see it.
However,misplaced politeness can also be dangerous.Typical examples are the driver whobrakes violently toallow a car to emerge from a side street at some hazard to followingtraffic,when a few seconds later the road would be clear anyway;or the man who waves a childacross a zebra crossing into the path of oncoming vehicles that may be unable to stop intime.The same goes for encouraging old ladies to cross the road wherever and whenever theycare to.It always amazes me that the highways are not covered with the dead bodiesof thesegrannies.
A veteran driver,whose manners are faultless,told me it would help if motorists learnt to filtercorrectlyinto traffic streams one at a time without causing the total blockages that give rise tobad temper.Unfortunately,modern motorists can't even learn to drive,let alone master thesubtler aspects of roadsmanship.Years age the experts warned us that the car-ownershipexplosion would demand a lot more give-and-take from all road users.It is high fime for all ofus to take this message to heart.
Good manners are very important in the communication of daily life. Everyone likes a person with good manners. But what are good manners?
How does one know what should do and what should not do when trying to be a good - mannered person?
Well, here are some common examples. A person with good manners never laughs at a people in trouble. Instead, he (she) always tries to consult or offer help to the person.
When he (she) takes a bus and sees an old man or a sick man, he (she) always gives his (her) seat to him. He doesn't interrupt other people when they are talking.
He uses a handkerchief when he sneezes or coughs. He does not spite in public places.
Ideas of what are good manners are not always the same in different regions. For example, people in Western countries usually kiss each other to show their greetings, whereas in China, kissing in public is something of unusual and sometimes be regarded as impolite to somebody else.
So it is important to know what is regarded as polite and impolite before you go to a region.
But remember that it is always right to be kind and helpful to others.
My dear fellow students,The Olympics are just around the corner. Today I want to talk about good manners and courtesy.
We Chinese have always been respected and highly praised for good manners and courtesy, which have, as well, become precious traditions of our people. In a couple of weeks beyond, a large number of foreign friends will come to China to join us in enjoying the Olympics. Before foreign guests, we should have an easy manner and behave politely and warm-heartedly. In public places, such ugly behaviors as uproar, pushing or squeezing together, spitting and so on should be determinedly forbidden. In a sense, each of us will not simply stand for ourselves but stand for China. Therefore, boys and girls, let’s do it well right now and the eyes of the world are to on us!
What makes ordinary life extraordinary, what makes ordinary people less common, and what makes us good habits? Only one answer is civilization!
Civilization is a beautiful word, and he has given us education "civilized travel", "civilization", set off firecrackers "civilization" and so on many things, but as the changes of The Times, some people call "civilized" gradually forgotten.
China, one of the four ancient civilizations in the history of mankind, is one of the most famous and civilized countries in the world. The world has inherited a great many traditions and virtues. From "kong rong to pear, sima guang" to "chairman MAO's honorist", from "head cantilever, conical stock" to "premier zhou to the rise of China"... As a third grader, I must pass on these spirits and strive to be the vanguard of The Times.
In school, I will listen carefully, study hard, do not do small movements in class, finish homework on time, help classmates sweep the floor, help teachers to draw water, send and receive homework to be good teacher's helper.
At home, I will help my mother sweep the floor, mop the floor, relieve the burden of my mother, and help my father buy things to become a civilized primary school student.