Is the decline in cursive handwriting a bad thing? Yes, but not for the reason you think
With the introduction of devices in the classroom, fewer students are learning cursive handwriting. If you’re wondering why that’s a problem, read on.
"The best reason for keeping cursive? One I hadn’t even thought of: It’s near-impossible to read cursive if you can’t write it. And, as master penman, Michael Sull told NBC Nightly News, ‘There are so many children today who can’t even read cursive writing, let alone write it. They’ll never be able to read anything that was written in the 19th century. They won’t be able to read the Constitution, the Declaration of Independence, or anything written during the Civil War. They’re missing an entire portion of our country’s history.’"
we’re getting a film for a book that was mentioned in a book and was then written into an actual book based on the book mentioned in a book
Hey, you know how it is. One minute you’re walking down a London street, minding your own business, when you accidentally step into a police call box and all of a sudden you’re inside the TARDIS and the Doctor has enlisted your help fighting aliens. I hate when that happens.