Periods of silent sustained reading, cursive writing, syntax, thematic writing and vocabulary are all major focal points of elementary lessons. Through these exercises, children are expected to develop reading and writing skills at an early age.
Try actually looking at the comment in question. It was not commas that were left out, or anything else that changes meaning. Implying someone is illiterate because they chose not to bother with apostrophes where they are unnecessary, is like implying someone is poor because they chose not to buy something.
But there is no evidence of illiteracy there or here- only evidence of a person not using punctuation. The grammar is on point, spelling is on point, and general coherence is obvious. If he wants to make an intuitive, astute comment about the underlying psychology behind my comment, I would have little to argue there probably.
But what he did say, is just juvenile and inept, tbh. In addition to that, you can find quite a few publications talking about the death of the apostrophe, and how its being slowly removed from our language. Apostrophes werent even used commonly until the s or on, and plenty agree they are superfluous.
Craig Piercy I generally write the 6th letter of the alphabet as an f. In my opinion the 6th letter is: People fail to completely read and even think about what is written.
Less only works if you put one or more readers in a blender and then continue to count them in the subject population. My guess is that you are a BlendTec salesrep. Its print believe it or not, and all of us learned cursive letters by themselves and together in words.
Thats how you practice them, stand alone. Thats not relevant here. Not because we write that way but because I have seen it since childhood. And yes, I did know 9s should have a point at top right.
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There are 2 ways people learn to write numbers- some with the 4 open, but others including myself learn to write it just like this- 4. How is generalization connected to cursive? Cursive letters look nothing like print in many cases.
Also, just because you make certain generalizations, and patterns appear one way to you, does not mean they appear that way to another person. The study was about the fact that people have no problem remembering all the other print characters, but seem to be unfamiliar in particular with g.
Im not trying to argue, im genuinely trying to understand you, or get you to elaborate. I spend my free time studying physics, not language. We learn a language by generalizing, right… But, this is character writing. This is not language patterns, this is learning the physical structure of how to write letters.
English has a very scattered, irregular orthography though…so how can the physical structure of letters be generalized? I understand how spoken language uses generalization, but not written letters, standing alone?
In fact, the researchers did not indicate a particular font or form, but created a serif hybrid in four forms. The researchers were not specific in how knowledge of letter shapes is central to reading.
We also understand text even when someone spells something wrong, or omits or substitutes letters, or deliberately changes the order of letters.Cursive writing was supposed to be dead by now. Schools would stop teaching it.
Kids would stop learning it. Everyone would stop using it. The Common Core standards adopted by most states in. Search and browse our historical collection to find news, notices of births, marriages and deaths, sports, comics, and much more.
Cursive handwriting developed into something approximating its current form from the 17th century, Some [who?] argue that cursive is not worth teaching in schools and "in the s cursive was implemented because of preference and not an educational basis;.
Now I’d probably get fired for teaching these things. We’ve abandoned teaching cursive, because nobody writes anymore, and I’m not allowed to correct kids either, because that means that their way of doing things isn’t good.
Bateman continues, "The fluid motion employed when writing script enhances hand-eye coordination and develops fine motor skills, in turn promoting reading, writing and cognition skills." And if that's the reasons schools taught cursive, sure, fine.
I hated writing cursive and had a few rulers to the back of my hand back in the day I mostly print to this day but a can’t even imagine how he felt until we figured it out. Thank God for good teachers and may the rest of them bag groceries or do anything else but torture our children.