10/8/2021

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  • Teachers also play an important role in the classroom when it comes to the environment. Students often mimic a teacher’s actions. If the teacher prepares a warm, happy environment, students are more likely to be happy. An environment set by the teacher can be either positive or negative.
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Considering how many people we will meet, befriend, work with, and even fall in love with in our lives, that’s an incredibly important, if not vital, life skill to have. Unless you’ve been to couples therapy (or if you are a couples therapist), you may not have learned how relationships really work.

Tips

Keep the tone very positive. Reciprocate the kindness shown by this invitation.

Steps

1. Express your pleasure at being invited and accept the invitation.

Sentences
  • Thank you for inviting me to your graduation. I wouldn't miss it.
  • My husband and I will be delighted to be part of the celebration.
  • We are excited about attending your wedding.
  • It is with gratitude that I accept your kind invitation to the centennial celebration.
  • I am delighted to accept your invitation to the premier showing.
  • I am pleased to accept your invitation to the reception.
  • We were pleased to receive your invitation to the homecoming dinner and plan to attend.
  • We are happy to accept your invitation to the christening of your new baby.
  • My husband and I will be delighted to accept your invitation to the garden party.
  • We are pleased and honored to be invited to your parents' fiftieth wedding anniversary and will be happy to be part of the celebration.
  • I am flattered that you would invite me to your party. I'll definitely be there.
  • Thanks for thinking of me at this special time. I would love to come to your wedding reception.
Phrases
  • accept with gratitude
  • am flattered that
  • am pleased to accept
  • am honored to be
  • are pleased and honored
  • are excited about attending your
  • are happy to accept
  • at this special time
  • delighted to accept
  • for inviting us to
  • for thinking of us
  • happy to be part of
  • such a special event
  • thank you for
  • that you would invite me to
  • to be invited to
  • were pleased to receive
  • will be delighted to
  • will be happy to
  • would love to come
  • your kind invitation to
  • your invitation to

2. Confirm details regarding travel, time, place, and accommodations.

Sentences
  • We will arrive in Springfield Saturday evening for your graduation on Sunday.
  • Our flight will arrive at 4:45 p.m. on Tuesday.
  • Thank you for your willingness to pick us up Friday at 4:30 p.m.
  • You are very kind to let us stay in your extra room Sunday night.
  • Our party of four will need tickets to the evening performance.
  • We will arrive late and go straight to our hotel at 1600 Main Street.
  • Weather permitting, we will be driving our own car to Springfield.
  • Our flight will depart at 4:05 and arrive at 7:30 Tuesday evening.
  • Thank you for offering to meet me at the train station at 9:00 a.m.
  • I will be driving to Springfield on Thursday and staying at the Doe Inn.
  • Two of my children will accompany me on the plane.
Phrases

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  • accept your kind offer to
  • flight will arrive on
  • flight number is
  • intend to go straight to
  • make our own reservations
  • plan to stay at
  • plan to drive myself
  • plan to arrive on
  • thank you for your willingness to
  • thank you for offering to
  • to meet me at the
  • to offer us accommodation
  • very kind of you to let us
  • weather permitting, we intend to
  • will come a day early
  • will drive our own car to
  • will be driving to
  • will arrive late at night and
  • will accompany me
  • will arrive at

Meet Our Team Of Teachers Teach To Be Happy Wishes

3. Express your expectations for the event.

Wishes
Sentences
  • We look forward to being a part of the celebration.
  • We are excited about seeing old friends at the reunion.
  • It sounds as if it will be a delightful evening.
  • Thank you for thinking of us. We look forward to meeting your family.
  • I am looking forward to singing some of our old songs.
  • We look forward to seeing you all again.
  • We anticipate a great reunion.
  • It is always good to be with you on these occasions.
  • This should be a day to remember for a long time.
  • We look forward to sharing this time with you.
  • It sounds like it will be a very worthwhile get-together.
Phrases
  • always good to see you
  • am counting the days
  • anticipate a great
  • anticipate a delightful
  • appreciate your remembering us
  • are always memorable events
  • are looking forward to
  • are excited about
  • for thinking of me
  • getting together with
  • it sounds as if
  • meeting your new
  • seeing you again will be
  • seeing old friends again
  • share good times with you
  • so much looking forward to
  • sounds like great fun
  • thank you for
  • will be a delightful
  • will be a day to remember

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Since its release last month, Inside Out has been applauded by critics, adored by audiences, and has become the likely front-runner for the Academy Award for Best Animated Feature.

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But perhaps its greatest achievement has been this: It has moved viewers young and old to take a look inside their own minds. As you likely know by now, much of the film takes place in the head of an 11-year-old girl named Riley, with five emotions—Joy, Sadness, Anger, Fear, and Disgust—embodied by characters who help Riley navigate her world. The film has some deep things to say about the nature of our emotions—which is no coincidence, as the GGSC’s founding faculty director, Dacher Keltner, served as a consultant on the film, helping to make sure that, despite some obvious creative liberties, the film’s fundamental messages about emotion are consistent with scientific research.

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Those messages are smartly embedded within Inside Out‘s inventive storytelling and mind-blowing animation; they enrich the film without weighing it down. But they are conveyed strongly enough to provide a foundation for discussion among kids and adults alike. Some of the most memorable scenes in the film double as teachable moments for the classroom or dinner table.

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