1. Do you often write things?
Yes, I write all the time. I write when I answer questions, when I send e-mails, when I write letters to relatives. Each thing that I write gives me the chance to improve my writing. I do not take spelling or grammatical shortcuts, because that obfuscates good writing.
2. Do you usually write by hand or write using a computer?
I prefer writing on the computer rather than writing by hand. Though I do enjoy journal writing with pen and colored pencils from time to time, I have always “pooh-poohed” the people who say the pen is more directly connected to the brain than the keyboard.
3. Do you think computers might one day replace handwriting?
No, I think we will always write by hand. I think it’s an important skill, and schools will continue to teach children to write by hand before they learn to type.
4. How can children today improve (or, practice) their handwriting?
Practice makes perfect. Have them trace a model. Let them treat it like homework and spend 30 minutes or more everyday working on it, at first. Besides, parents and teachers should encourage them to slow down when handwriting assignments.
5. What impression does a person's handwriting have on other people?
Handwriting is or should be very important to people. Maybe when we see extremely tiny handwriting, we may think of the person as mouse like, sometimes shy, or he could also be obsessive compulsive, or meticulous in nature.
Copyright © 2004-2018 www.xiaoma.com AllRights Resserved 三立在线版权所有
咨询电话 ：400-808-3711地址 ：上海市静安区愚园路172号B座12楼