By Glen Keane
Adam Raccoon and King Aren reenact this paraphrasing of the Adam and Eve Bible tale, illustrating God's forgiveness of sin and His want for our salvation.
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Shy behaviour can give other people the message that you don’t like them and that you can’t be bothered to talk, or be polite, to them which puts you at risk of becoming lonely. Shy children can feel so awkward that they can’t show interest in another person; they might believe they are uninteresting and have nothing of note to say and they might not be prepared to make the required effort of being friendly by keeping a conversation going. Both children involved in a conversation need to contribute and if one doesn’t the relationship might flounder or not develop at all.
Smell and look clean unless you are involved in a mucky task. Go to the loo in public. Touch or play with your genitals or breasts (for adolescent girls) in public. Pick your nose or burp or break wind in public. Swear or be disrespectful. Laugh when someone talks about a sad or serious event. Lie or cheat. Be insincere to curry favour. Deliberately embarrass other people – be tactful. Discuss cultural differences in social rules. Application 35 Family rules It is important for children to have clear family rules so that they have clear guidelines and boundaries – otherwise they can get into trouble without understanding why.
A volunteer is needed to tell the school secretary (to ring the child’s parents), and the caretaker (to help clean up the mess). Invent errands for the children to do so that they can practise what they have learned. Application 31 Table manners Essential rules for polite eating: Do z go to the loo beforehand so that you won’t interrupt the meal z wash your hands z use cutlery unless other people are using their fingers z pick up food which you have dropped on the floor and put it on the edge of your plate, on the table or in the bin – don’t eat it.