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This is the VOA Special English Education Report.

 

Do American children still learn handwriting in school? In this age of the keyboard, some people seem to think handwriting lessons are on the way out.

 

We asked a literacy professor at Vanderbilt University in Nashville, Tennessee. Steve Graham says he has been hearing about the death of handwriting for the past fifteen years. So is it still being taught?

 

STEVE GRAHAM: "If the results of a survey we had published this year are accurate, it is being taught by about ninety percent of teachers in grades one to three."

 

Ninety percent of teachers also say they are required to teach handwriting. But studies have yet to answer the question of how well they are teaching it. Professor Graham says one study published this year found that about three out of every four teachers say they are not prepared to teach handwriting.

 

STEVE GRAHAM: "And then when you look at how it's taught, you have some teachers who are teaching handwriting by providing instruction for ten, fifteen minutes a day, and then other teachers who basically teach it for sixty to seventy minutes a day -- which really for handwriting is pretty much death."

 

Many adults remember learning that way -- by copying letters over and over again. Today's thinking is that short periods of practice are better. Many experts also think handwriting should not be taught by itself. Instead, they say it should be used as a way to get students to express ideas. After all, that is why we write.

 

Professor Graham says handwriting involves two skills. One is legibility, which means forming the letters so they can be read. The other is fluency -- writing without having to think about it. The professor says fluency continues to develop up until high school.

 

But not everyone masters these skills. Teachers commonly report that about one-fourth of their kids have poor handwriting. Some people might think handwriting is not important anymore because of computers and voice recognition programs.

 

But Steve Graham at Vanderbilt says word processing is rarely done in elementary school, especially in the early years.

 

STEVE GRAHAM: "Even with high school teachers, we find that less than fifty percent of assignments are done via word processing or with word processing. And, in fact, if we added in taking notes and doing tests in class, most of the writing done in school is done by hand."

 

American children traditionally first learn to print, then to write in cursive, which connects the letters. But guess what we learned from a spokeswoman for the College Board, which administers the SAT college admission test. More than seventy-five percent of students choose to print their essay on the test rather than write in cursive.

 

And that's the VOA Special English Education Report, written by Nancy Steinbach. To learn more about handwriting research, and to share comments, go to www.putclub.com. I'm Steve Ember.

 

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This is the VOA Special English Education Report
Do American Children still learn handwriting in school?

In this age of the keyboard, some people seem to think handwriting lessons are on the way out. We asked the literacy professor at Banje Bulit University in national Tenancy. Steve Brand says he has been hearing about the death of handwriting for the past 15 years. So is it still being talked?

As the result of survey we have published this year are accurate, and it is been talked about 90% teachers in grade one to three.

90% teachers also say they are required to teach handwritting. But studies have yet to answer the question about how well they are teaching it.  Professor Gram says one study published this year found that every three out every four teachers say they are not prepared to teach handwriting.

And when we look at how tough some teachers who are teaching handwriting are providing instruction who tend to team national a day. Another teacher who basically suggest the second minutes when its rollong for handwriting be much dealt.

Many adults remember learning that way by copying letters over and over again. Today's thinking is that short periods of exercise are better. Many experts also think handwriting should not be taught by itself. Instead, they say, it should be used as a way to get students to express ideas.  After all that is why we write?

Professor Gram, said handwriting involves two skills. One is legibility which means forming the letters so they can be read. The other is fluency, writing without having to think about it. The professor says fluency contains to develop after until high school. But not everyone masters these skills.

Teachers commonly report that about one fourth of their kids have poor handwriting. Some people might think handwriting is not important any more because of computers and voice recognition programs. But Steve Gram that run the idea says world processing is rarely done in elementary school, especially in the early years.

Even when we look at it so when we done it in the high school teachers; We find that lots of 20% of assignments are don't deal with processing or wrod processing, and in fact we editted in taking notes and doing testing class. Most of writting done in schools were simple done by hand.”

America children traditionally first learn to print, then to write in cursive which connects the letters. But guess what we learn from a spokeswoman for a college board which administers the SAT College Nation Test. More than 75% of students choose to print their SAR Test rather than write in the cursive.

And that's the VOA Special English Education Report, written by Nancy Standby. To learn more handwriting research and to share comments, go to voaspecialenglish.com. I am Steve Ember.


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This is the VOA Special English Education Report

Do American children still learn handwriting in school? In this age of the key board, some people seem to think handwriting lessons are on the way out.

We asked the literacy professor at Bank Build University in Nationrivle Tennessee. Steve Grand says he has been hearing about the death of handwriting for the past fifty years. So it is still being taught. we all see the results of the survey that we have published this year are accurate, it is being taught by about ninety percent of teachers in grade one to three.

Ninety percent of teachers also say they are required to teach handwriting, but studies have yet to answer the question of how well they are teaching it. Professor Grand says one study published this year found that about three out of every four teachers say they are not prepared to teach handwriting.

And then when you look how it's taught, you have some teachers who are teaching handwriting by providing instruction per fifteen minutes a day and another teachers who basically teach per sixty to seventy minutes a day, which readlly for driving it pretty much death.

Many adults remember learning that way by copying letters over and over again. Today's thinking is that short periods of practice are better. Many experts also think handwriting should not be taught by itself. Instead they say it should be used as a way to get students to express ideas. After all, that is why we write. Professor Grand says handwriting involves two skills, one is legibility, which means forming the letters so they can be read. The other is fluency writing without having to think about it.

The professor says fluency continues to develop until to high school. But not every one masters these skills. Teachers commonly report that about 1/4 of their kids have poor handwriting.

Some people might think handwriting is not important any more, because of computers and voice recognition programs. But Steve Grand at Build says world processing is rarely done in elementary school, especially in the early years. Even when we look at so these we have done as high school teachers, we find that less than fifty percent of assignments are done be a way processing a waste work processing and in fact if we added in taking notes and doing just in class, most writings are done at school stand by hand.

American children traditionally first learn to print then to write in cursive which connects the letters. But guess what we learn from a spokewoman for the college board which administers the SAT-College Admission Test. More than seventy five percent of students chose to print their essay on the test rather than write in cursive.

And that's the VOA Special English Education Report, written by Nacy Stanbuck. To learn more handwriting research and to share comments, go to voaspecialenglish.com. I am Steve Ember.

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This is VOA Special English Education Report.

Do American Children still learning handwriting in school? In this age of keboard,some people seem to think the handwriting lessons are on the way out. We asked the literacy professor at / University in / Tennessee. / says he has been hearing the death of handwriting for the past fifteen years so is it still being taught? If the result of the survey that we have published this year are accurate, it is being taught by about ninety percent of teachers in grade one to three.Ninety percent of teachers also say they are required to teach handwriting. But studies have yet to answer the question of how well they are teaching it. One study published this year found that three out of every four teachers are not prepared to teach handwriting.When you look at how it's taught, you have some teachers who are teaching handwriting but providing instruction for fifteen miniutes a day and another teachers who basicly teach for sixteen to seventeen miniutes a day which really for handwriting is pretty much death.

Many adults remember learning that way by copying letters over and over again.Today's thinking is that short periods of practice are better. Many experts also think that handwriting should not be taught by itself, instead they say,it should be used as a way to get students to express ideas. After all, that is why we write. Professor / says handwriting involves two skills, one is legibility which means forming the letters so they can be read. The other is fluency, Writing without having to think about it. Professor / says fluency continues to develop often till high school. But not everyone masters these skills. Teachers commonly report that about one fourth of their kids have poor handwriting. Some people might think handwriting is not important anymore because of computers and voice recognition programs. But/ says word processing is rarely done in elementary school, especially in the early years. Even when we look at / done with high school teachers, we found that less than fifty percent of assignments are done the word processing with word processing. And in fact, we added it like taking notes and doing trusting class. Most writing done in school / by hand.

American children traditionally first learn to print, then to write in cursive which connects the letters. But guess what we learnt from a spokeswoman for the college board which administers the SAT College admission Test. More than 75% of students choose to print their SA on the Test rather than write in the cursive.

And that's the VOA Special English Education Report, written by Nancy Standby. To learn more about handwriting research and to share comments, go to voaspecialenglish.com. I am Steve Ember.

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[HOMEWORK]This is the VOA Special English Education Report.

Do American children still learn hand-writting in school?

In this age of the keyboard,some people seem to think the hand-writting lessons are on the way out.We asked the literacy professor at the Vanderbilt University in Nashville Tennessee.Steve Green says he has been feeling about the death of handwriting for the past 15 years.So it is still in being taught.

we all see the results of the survey that we have published this year are accurate, it is being taught by about ninety percent of teachers in grade one to three.

90% of the teachers say we are required to teach handwriting,but studies still have yet to answer the question of how well they are teaching it.Professor Green says one study published this year found they have about three out of every four teachers say they are not prepared to teach handwriting.

And then when you look how it's taught, you have some teachers who are teaching handwriting by providing instruction per fifteen minutes a day and another teachers should basically teach per sixty to seventy minutes a day, which really for driving it pretty much death.


Many adults remember learning about the way by copying letters over and over again.Today's thinking is that short periods practice are better.Many experts also think handwriting should not be taught by itself.Instead they say it should be used as a way to get students to express ideas. After all that is why we write?Professor Green says handwriting involve two skills.one is legibility, which means forming the letters so they can be read. The other is fluency, writing without having to think about it. The professor says fluency contains to develop after until high school. But not everyone masters these skills.

Teachers commonly report that about 1/4 of their kids have poor handwriting.Some people might think handwriting is not important anymore because of computers and voice recognition programs.But Steve Green at the run says world processing is rarely done in elementary school, especially in the early years.

Even when we look at it so when we done it in the high school teachers. We find that lots of 20% of assignments are don't deal with processing or word processing, and in fact, we edited in taking notes and doing testing class. Most of writing done in schools were simple done by hand.

American children traditionally first learn to print, then to write in cursive which connects the letters. But guess what we learn from a spoke woman for the college board which administers the SAT-College Admission Test. More than 75% of students chose to print their essay,the test rather than write in cursive.

And that's the VOA Special English Education Report, written by Nancy Stanbuck.

To learn more handwriting research and to share comments, go to voaspecialenglish.com. I am Steve Ember.



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This is VOA Special English Education Report .
Do  are American children still learn handwriting in school ? In this age of the key board , some people think that thing handwriting lessons are on the way out . We asked the literacy professor  at * University  in the * , Steve * says he has been hearing about the death of handwriting for the past fifteen years . So it is still been in talked .
" As the result of survey we had publish this year are accurate , it is been talked more about 90% teacher in grade one to three "
90% of teachers also say that they are required to teach handwriting . But studies have yet to answer the question how well they are teaching it . Professor * says one study publish this year found that about three out of every four teachers say there are not prepared to teach handwriting .
"And when we look at how * some teachers who are teaching handwriting ** instruction who * a day , and another teachers who basically teach percent seventeen minutes a day  *"
Many adults remember  learning that way by copying letters over and over again. Today 's thinking is that short  periods  practice  are better .Many experts also think handwriting should not be taught by itself  instead they say it should be used as a way to get students to express ideas.  After all that is why we write .Professor * says handwriting involves  two skills , one is legibility which is forming the letters so they can be read. The other is fluency, writing without having to think about it .The professor says fluency continues to develop of them high school , but not everyone masters the skills.
Teachers commonly report that about 1/4 of their kids have poor handwriting . Some people might think handwruting is not important anymore because of computers and voice recognition programs . But Steve says word procession is really done in elementary school , especially in the early years .
"Even when we look at it is so when we done it in high school teachers ,we find that less than 20% *  , any factor , most * "
American children traditionally first learned print , then to write in the cursive which connects the letters .  But * we were learned from the * woman for the college  ball which is SAT College Admission Test . More than 75% of students choose  to print their SAI and test rather than write in cursive.
And that's the VOA Special English Education Report , writen by Nancy Standby. To learn more about handwriting research and share comments, go to voaspecialenglish.com , I'm Steve Ember.
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This is the VOA Special English Education Report. Do American children still learn handwriting in school? In this age of keyboard, Some people seem to think handwriting lessions are on the way out. We asked literacy professor at Banje Bulit University in national Tenancy, Stive Grand says he has been hearing about the death of handwriting for the past 15 years. So is it still being taught. If the results of survey that we have published this year are accurate, it is still been taught by about 90% of teachers in Grade 1 to 3. 90% of teachers also say they are required to teach handwriting, but studies have yet to answer the question of how well they are teaching it. Professor Grand says one study published this year found that about 3 out of every 4 teachers say they are not prepared to teach handwriting. And then when you look at how it's taught, you have some teachers who are teaching handwriting by providing instruction for 10-15 minutes a day and another teacher who basically teach for 60-70 miniutes a day, which really for handwriting is pretty much death. Many adults remember learning that way by copying letters over and over again. Today's thinking is that short periods of practices are better. Many experts also think handwriting should not be talked by itself. Instead they say it should be used as a way to get students to express ideas. After all that is why we write, Professor Grain says handwriting involves two skills. One is legibility which means forming the letters so they can be read. The other is fluency——writing without having to think about it. The professor says fluency continnus to develop often till in high school, but not everyone masters the skills. Teachers commonly report that about one force of their kids have poor handwriting. Some people might think handwriting is not important any more because of computers and voice recognition program. But Stive Grain at Banje Bulit says word processing is rarely done in elemenatary school especially in the early years. Even when we look at the ways we've done with high school teachers, we find that less then 50% percent of assignments are done the way we processing with word processing, and in fact we added in like taking notes and doing testing class, most writing done at school are done by hand. American children traditionally first learn to print then to write in cursive which connects the letters. But guess what we learn from our expose woman for the college board which administors the SAT college admission test. More than 75% of students choose to print their essay on the test rather than write in cursive. And that's the VOA Special English report, written by XX. To learn more about handwriting research and to share comments, go to voaspecialenglish.com. I am Stive Amber.
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This is the VOA Special English Education Report.

Do American students still learn handwriting in school? In this age of the keyboard some people seem to think handwriting lessons are on the way out. We asked a literacy professor at W Build University in N Tennessee. Steve Grand says he has been hearing about the death of handwriting for the past fifteen years. So is it still being taught?

“As the result of the survey we have published this year are accurate. It is being taught by about ninety percent of teachers in grade one to three.”

Ninety percent of teachers also say they are required to teach handwriting. But studies have yet to answer the question of how will they are teaching it. Professor Grand says one study published this year found that about three out of every four teachers say they are not prepared to teach handwriting.

“And when you look at how it is taught, some teachers who are teaching handwriting by providing instruction for fifteen minutes a day, and another teachers who basically teach for sixty to seventy minutes a day which really for handwriting a pretty much death.”

Many adults remember learning that way by copying letters over and over again. Today’s thinking is that short period of practice are better. Many experts also think handwriting should not be taught by itself, instead they say it should be used as a way to get students to express ideas. After all, that is why we write.

Professor G says handwriting involves two skills one is legibility which means forming the letters so they can be write, the other is fluency writing without think about it. The professor says fluency continues to develop until high school. But not everyone masters these skills. Teachers commonly report that about one-fourth of their children have poor handwriting.

Some people might think handwriting is not important any more because of computers and voice recognition programs. But Steve Grand in W B says word processing is rarely done in elementary school, especially in the early years.

“Even when we look at so these we have done as high school teachers. We find that less than fifty percent of assignments are done deal with processing or word processing. And in fact, we edit in, you know, like taking notes and doing testing class. Most of writing done in schools are done by hand.”

American children traditionally first learn to print, then to write in cursive which connects the letters. But guess what we learn from a spokeswoman for the college board which administers the SAT college admission test. More than seventy five percent of students choose to print their essay on the test rather than write in cursive.

And that’s the VOA Special English Education Report written by Nancy Standby. I’m Steve Ember.
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This is the VOA Special English Education Report.

Do American children learn handwriting at school? In this age of the keybord,  some people seem to think handwrting lessons are on the way out. We ask the leteracy professor at Vanderbilt University in Nashville Tennessee. Steve Grant says he has been hearing about the death of handwriting for the past fifteen years. So is it still being taught?

See a see (?) results of the suvey that we have pubilished this year are accurate. It is being taught by about ninety percent of teachers in Grades On e to Three.

Ninety percent of teachers also say they are required to teach handwriting. But studies have yet to answer the question of how, where they are teaching it. Professor Grant said one study pubilished this year found that about three out of every four teachers say they are not prepared to teach handwriting.

And then when you look at how it's taught you have some teachers who are teaching handwriting by providing instruction per ten fifteen minutes a day. And another teachers who basically teach it per sixty to senventy minutes  a day, which really for handwriting as improve much deals.

Many adults remember learning that way bu copying letters over and over again. Today's thinking is that short periods of practice are better. Many experts also think handwriting should not be taught by itself. Instead, they say, it should be used as a way to get students to express ideas. After all, that is why we write.

Professor Grant says handwriting involves two skills: one is legibility, which means forming the letters, so they can be read. The other is fluency. Writing withou having to think abou it. The professor says fluency continue to develop altghough till high school. But not everyone masters the skills. Teachers commonly report that about one fourth of their kids have poor handwriting. Some people might think handwriting is not importan any more, because the computers and voice recognition programs. But Steve Grant at Vanderbilt says word processing is rarely done in elementary school especially in the early years.

Even when we look at so days when we done in high school teachers. We found that less than fifty percent of assignments are done deal with processing or with word processing. And in fact, if we added in taking notes and doing just in class, most of the writing done in schools stand by hand.

American children traditionally first learn to print, then to rite in cursive which connects the letters. But guess what we learn from a spokewoman for the college board which administers the SAT, college admission test. More than seventy-five percent students choose to print their essay on the test rather than write in cursive.

That's the VOA Special English Education Report written by Nacy Stanbuck. To learn more handwriting reseach an dto share your comments, go to voaspecialenglish.com. I'm Steve Ember.


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This is VOA Special English Education Report.


Do American children still learn handwriting in school? In this age of the keyboard, some people seem to think handwriting lessons are on the way out. We asked literacy professor at Vanderbilt University in Nashveil, Tennessee. Steve Grand says he has been hearing about the death of handwriting for the past 15 years. So is it still be in taught?


As the result to the survey that we have published this year are accurate, it is being taught by about 90 percent of the teachers in grade one to three.


Ninety percent of teachers also say they are required to teach handwriting. But studies have yet to answer the question of how well they are teaching it. Professor Grand says one study published this year found that about three out of every four teachers say they are not prepared to teach handwriting.


And then when you look at how it is taught, you have some teachers who are teaching handwriting by providing instruction for ten-fifteen minutes a day, and another teachers who basically teach it for sixty to seventy minutes a day, which really for handwriting is pretty much death.  


Many adults remember learning that way by copying letters over and over again; today's thinking is that short periods of practice are better. Many experts also think handwriting should not be taught by itself. Instead, they say it should be used as a way to get students to express ideas; after all, that is why we write.  


Professor Grand says handwriting involves two skills: one is the legibility, which means forming the letters so they can be read; the other is fluency, writing without having to think about it. The professor says fluency continues to develop up until high school. But not everyone master the skills. Teachers commonly report that about one fourth of their kids have poor handwriting.


Some people might think handwriting is not important any more, because of computers and voice recognition programs. But Steve Grand at Vanderbilt says word processing is rarely done in elementary school, especially in the early years.


Even when we look at so these we have done with high school teachers, we find that less than fifty percent of assignments are done in a way processing a waste of word processing, and in fact if we added in, you know, like taking notes and doing testing in class, most of writing done in school is done by hand.  


American children traditionally first learn to print then to write in cursive which connects the letters. But guess what we learned from a spokeswoman for the college board which administers the SAT--college admission test.


More than 75 percent of the students choose to print their essay on the test rather than write in cursive.


And that's the VOA Special English Education Report, written by Nancy Steinbach. To learn more about handwriting research and to share comments, go to voaspecialenglish.com. I am Steve Ember.  




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This is the VOA Special English Education Report.

Do American children still learn hand writting in school? In this age of the keyboard some people seem to think hand writting lessons are on the way out. We asked the literacy porfessor at W University in N.

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Ninety percent of teachers also say they are requir to teach and writting. But studies have yet to answer the question of how well they are teaching it. Porfessor G says one study published this year found that about three out of every four teachers say they are not prepared to teach and writting.

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Many adults remerber learning that way by copying letters over and over again. Today's thinking is that short periods of practise are better. Many experts also think hand writting should not be taught by itself. Instead they say it should be used as a way to gets students to express ideas. After all that is why we write.

Porfessor G says hand writting involves two skills. One is legibility which means forming the letters so they can be read. The other is fluency, writting without having to thinking about it.

The porfessor says fluency continues to develop open till high school. But not everyone masters these skills. Teachers commonly report that about one forth of their kids have poor hand writting.

Some people might think hand writting is not important anymore because of computers and voice recognition programs. But Steve says word processing is really done in elementary school especially in the early years.

when we look at we done with high school teachers, we found that less than fifty percent of ... are done deal with processing which we were processing, and in fact we had did nearly of taking notes and doing trusting classes, most of the writtings done in the schools done by hand.

American children traditionally first learn to print then to write in curcive which connects the letters. But guess what we learn from a spokes woman for the college board which administers the SAT colleged mation test. More than seventy-five percent of students choose to print their SA on the test rather than write in curcive.

And that's the VOA Special English Education Report, written by Nancy Steinbach. To learn more about hand writting research and to share comments through to VOASPECIALENGLISH.COM. I'm Steve Ember.

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This is the voa special English education report. Do an American children still learn handwriting in school? In this age of keyborad, some people think the thing handwriting lessons are on the way out.We ask diliteracy professor at vedebill University in next view turnanercy.Steve Brand said he has been hearing about the dead of handwriting for the past 50 years. So it is still been talked.Yes, the result we have publiced this year are acurrate and it is been talked by about  90% teachers in the grade of 1 to 3 ,90% teachers also said they required to teach handwriting.But study is yet to answer the question of how well they are teaching it.Profession Grand said one study found that about 3 out of every 4 teachers said they are not prepared to teach handwriting.And when you are look at how tough some teachers by the writing the handwriting by the writing stucture 40 minutes a day ,another teachers who basically 16or 17 minute a day,which worried for handwring much dead.Many adults remembered learning that way by pubbing letters over and over again.Today the thing is the short period of practice is much better.Many experts also think handwriting should not be taught by itself.Instead they said it should be used as a way to get students to express ideas.After all, that is why we write. Professor Grand said handwriting involved 2 skills. One is the legebility which means forming the letters so they can be read.The other is fluency. Writing without haven't to think about.The Professor said fluency continue to develop up until high school but not no everyone master this skill.Teacher one fourth of their kids have poor in handwriting.Some people might think handwriting is not important anymore because computers and voice recognition programs.But Steve Brand   said words express is really done in elementary school especially in the early years.Even we were looked at third days of the high school teaching we found that less 50% assissment are done by the way with words process.In fact,we taking notes and doing chatting class,and most of writing are done by hands. Most of American children traditionally first to print then to write in courses which connects the letters.But guess what we learn form a spoke woman for the college board which is SAT college admition test. More than 75 students choose to print their SAM test rather than write in courses and that is the voa special English report education report,writen by Nancy Stanbark.To learn more about handwriting research and share comments go to voa special English.com. I am Steve Venber.

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[Homework]SENEWS-2009-10-29

This is the VOA special English Education Report.
Do American children still learn hand writing in school? In this age of keyboard, some people think that hand writing lesson are on the way out.We ask literacy professor at that university in national tenasy. Steal Ground says he has been hearing about the deaf of hand writing for the past fifteen years. So it still be in taught.
Yes, the result surviey of the we have published to share at. It is being taught about by nineteen percent teachers in Grade 1 to 3.
Nineteen percent of teachers said that they are required to teach hand writing. But studies have yet to answer the question how well they are teaching it. Professor Ground says one study publish this year found that about three out of every four teachers say they are not prepare to teach hand writing.
And when we looked at college taught some teachers who are teaching hand writing but spelling struction for ten minutes fifty days. And another teacher Suan basically teacher for sixty to seventy minutes a day. We really prefer hand writing is premuch down.
Many adults remember learning that way by copying letters over the over again. Today's thinking is that short period of practices are better.
Many experts also think hand writing should not be taught by itself. In stead they say, it should be used as the way to get students express ideas. After all that is why we write.
Professor Ground says hand writing involved two skills. One is legibility which means forming the letters so they can be read. The other is fluencies writing without having to think about it. The professor says fluency continued to develop after until high school. But not everyone mater these skills.
Teachers commonly report that about one fourth of their kids have poor hand writing. Some people might think hand writing is not important any more because computers and voice recognition programs.
Steal Ground says what process is really done in the elementary high school especially in the early years.
We don't look at so these done with high school teachers. We found the lessons can present the assignment and done without processing.In fact we acting taking notes and doing charsting. Most wedding down school send out by hand.
American children traditionally first learn to print then they can in cursive which connects the letters.
But guess what we learn from the spoken woman for a college border which administrator of the SAT college mission test. More than seventy-five percent of students choose to print their IAM test rather than write in curse.
And that's the VOA special English Education Report. To learn more about hand writing research and to share comments go to VOA special English.com.

                                                   
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This is the VOA Special English education report. Do American children still learn handwriting in school? In this age of the keyboard, somebody seem to think handwriting lessons are on the way out. We asked the literacy professor at B. University in N. Tanse.  Steve G. says he has been hearing about the death of handwriting for the past 15 years. So is it still be in taught? "Yes, if the results of that we have published this year are accurate, it is being taught by about 90% of teachers in Grade 1 to 3." 90% of teachers also say they are required to teach handwriting. But studies have yet to answer the question of how well they are teaching it. Prof. Grane says one study published this year found that about 3 out of every 4 teachers say they are not prepared to teach handwriting. "And then when you look at how it is taught, you have some teachers who are teaching handwriting by providing instruction for 10-15 min a day, and in another teachers who basicly teach it for 60-70 min a day, which really for handwriting is pretty much depth?"

Many adults remember learning that way by copying letters over and over again. Today's thinking is that short period's of practise are better. Many experts also think handwriting should not be taught by itself. Instead, they say, it should be used as a way to get students to express ideas. After all that is why we write.

Prof. G. says handwriting involves two skills. One is legibility, which means forming the letter so that they can be read. The other is fluency, writing without having to think about it. The prof says the fluency continues to develope up untill in high school. But not every one masters these skills. Teachers commonly report that one fourth of their kids have poor handwriting. Some people might think handwriting is not important any more, because of computers and voice recognition programme. But Steve G. at --Bill says word processing is really done in elementary school especially in the early years. "Look at ---- that we have done with high school teachers we found that less than 50% of assignments are done ---- with word processing, and in fact ------like taking notes, doing test in class most of writing done in school was done by hand."

American children traditionally first learn to print than to write in curs-- which connects the letters. But guess what we learn from a spokeswoman for the college board which is administer the SAT college admission test?  More than 75% of the students choose to print their SA under test rather than write in ----.

And that's the VOA Special English education report writen by  Nancy S. To learn more about handwriting research and to share comments, go to VOA Special English.com. I'm Steve Ember.
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This is the VOA Special English, Education Report.

Do American children still hand-writting in school?  In this age of the keyboard, some people seem to think hand-writting lessons are on the way out. We asked the literacy professor at -university in national Tennessee.

Steve Grand says he has been hearing about the damp of hand-writting for the past fifteen years. so, it's still being talked.

Yes,the resouse of a trade this year ,we have published this year are accurate. It's been talked about ninty percent teachers increase one to three.

Ninety percent of teachers also say they are required to teacher hand-writting. But studies have yet to answer the question of how well they are teaching it. Professor Grand says one study publish this year found that  about three out of  every four teachers say they are not prepared to teach hand-writting.

And when you look at how is taught , you have some teacher who are teaching hand-writting by providing a instruction for fifteen minutes a day. And another  teachers who bascial teach for sixteen to seventeen minutes a day. which really full high driving us pretty much death.

Many adults remember learning that way by coppying letters over and over again. Today's thinking is that short periods of practice are better,many experts also think hand-writting should not be taught by itself. Instead, they say, it should be used as a way to get students to express ideas. After all that is why we write.

Professor Grand says hand-writting involves two skills. One is legibility, which means forming the letters so they can be read. The other is fluency, writting without having to think about it.

The professor fluency continues to develop often till high school. But not everyone masters the skills. Teachers commonly reported that about one fourth of their kids have poor hand-writting. Some people might think hand-writting is not important anymore because of computers and voice recognition programs. But Steve Grand at -- says world processing is really done in the elementary school expecially in the early years.

Even when we look at sort of these we done with high school teachers , we find that at less than fifty percent of assignments are done being with a processing as a way to with a processing. and in fact we acted like takins notes and doing task in calss, most of writtings done in school stand by hand.

American children traditionally first learn to print then to write in cursive which contects the letters. But guess what we learn from a spokesman for the college aboard which administrates the SAT college admission text.

More than seventy percent of students choose to print their essay on the text rather than write in cursive.

And that's the VOA Special English Education Report. Written by Nancy Steinbach. And to share comments go to voaspecialenglish.com. I'm Steve Ember.

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