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Ryan Pinosky

on 5 February 2013

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Transcript of Cursive

Why we can't delete
cursive The Cursive to Keyboard Shift The benefits of teaching
cursive Being able to write and understand cursive gives students more advantages. Our history is written in cursive. If we get rid of cursive in schools we would be losing our past and possibly erasing our future. Our history is written
in cursive. If we don't teach it; how will anyone
be able to read or
understand our past. We decide and create our futures, as a society. If we get rid of cursive in schools, there is the possibility that we could forget about it and it could be gone forever. basic positive factors for children that learn cursive Learning to write in cursive helps children develop basic motor skills. Kids are able to comprehend the alphabet better and it gives a better understanding of how letters are formed. When typing notes your brain does not retain the knowledge as well as it would if you were handwriting cursive. Learning cursive, like print, is a matter of discipline and it should be taught. The older generation most likely still writes in cursive. How would you be able to read their letters? As people we are unique. Our personal signatures rely on cursive handwriting. We use cursive daily when signing our names. If we used print to sign our names, there would be more cases of identity theft due to less distinctive signatures.
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