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Handwriting [electronic resource] : the way to teach it / Rosemary Sassoon.

By: Sassoon, Rosemary.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: London : Thousand Oaks, Calif. : Paul Chapman Pub. ; Sage Publications, 2003Description: 1 online resource (vi, 119 p.) : ill.ISBN: 9781847877567 (electronic bk.); 1847877567 (electronic bk.).Subject(s): Penmanship -- Study and teaching (Elementary) | EDUCATION -- Elementary | Didactique | Enseignement de l'�ecriture | Enseignement primaire | Graphomotricit�eGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Handwriting.DDC classification: 372.62/3 Online resources: EBSCOhost
Contents:
Cover; Contents; Part I: Planning handwriting across the whole school; 1 -- The priority for handwriting in the curriculum; 2 -- The relationship between the skill of handwriting and other subjects; 3 -- When to introduce handwriting in the reception class; 4 -- The choice of a handwriting model; 5 -- Balancing movement and neatness; 6 -- How much emphasis on joining; 7 -- Display writing -- both by teachers and pupils; 8 -- Liaison with pre-school groups, parents and other schools; 9 -- A policy for left-handers; 10 -- A policy for special needs; 11 -- A policy for newcomers from other schools
Summary: �Handwriting: The Way to Teach It should be required reading wherever Primary school teachers are trained, then perhaps there would be fewer young people still struggling to communicate in legible writing in Secondary school and later life' - Handwriting Today. �I found this a fascinating book to read, I could identify with my time at school when I would often write with my paper almost in at right angles to my body because I found this comfortable, and the teacher's insistence that the paper be "straight" in front of me. This then made me twist my body into a ridiculous shape, and.
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Cover; Contents; Part I: Planning handwriting across the whole school; 1 -- The priority for handwriting in the curriculum; 2 -- The relationship between the skill of handwriting and other subjects; 3 -- When to introduce handwriting in the reception class; 4 -- The choice of a handwriting model; 5 -- Balancing movement and neatness; 6 -- How much emphasis on joining; 7 -- Display writing -- both by teachers and pupils; 8 -- Liaison with pre-school groups, parents and other schools; 9 -- A policy for left-handers; 10 -- A policy for special needs; 11 -- A policy for newcomers from other schools

�Handwriting: The Way to Teach It should be required reading wherever Primary school teachers are trained, then perhaps there would be fewer young people still struggling to communicate in legible writing in Secondary school and later life' - Handwriting Today. �I found this a fascinating book to read, I could identify with my time at school when I would often write with my paper almost in at right angles to my body because I found this comfortable, and the teacher's insistence that the paper be "straight" in front of me. This then made me twist my body into a ridiculous shape, and.

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