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    Default Re: Cursive Writing: Should it still be taught?

    In my view, cursive suffers from a similar problem as other signs of "high" culture in general, like basic knowledge of classical languages (Greek and Latin) or literature. In the past, learning these things played two real roles; 1) in a time when official documents were kept by hand, being conditioned to write and read well was a highly valued skill, and 2) it was a mark of status of an educated and cultured person to know these things (it functioned as a social indicator of character; in that sense Eris' "proof" is not so far off the mark).

    Nowadays, with the advent of word processors and electronic dictionaries, the importance of 1) had diminished (it's probably far more useful in the real world to teach students how to blind-type), and with the rise of a modernized "mass culture" in which a majority of the population are college-educated, the sort of class-ism implicit in 2) is rather out-dated. In our day and age, being able to write in impeccable copperplate is about as "useful" as being able to quote a line from Catullus (of course, whether it's a good thing that one can do it is another matter entirely).
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    Default Re: Cursive Writing: Should it still be taught?

    I was never taught it, and I seem to have survived.
    Eh, I don't think it matters. It looks pretty, but there are more important things to teach people.

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    Default Re: Cursive Writing: Should it still be taught?

    Quote Originally Posted by konkikushuro View Post
    To me cursive is tedious and annoying, it shouldn't be even thought about anymore, i mean geez, these schools are focusing on something that just isn't important anymore >.>.
    Instead of thinking about our type of writing they should making us have college-like Education so we can be just like the other countries: prepared for school with a higher academic level so we can get through school faster.
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    I am studying to become a teacher at this very moment and my honest opinion is that cursive writing is useless! After all, it's not for nothing that we are going into an age were paper and pen is not needed. What we should be focusing on is to teach children to write on a keyboard faster, because that is what they will be using in the future. Even in the university paper and pen becomes more and more rare. Every year the number that only writes directly on their brought computers or in their mobiles phones increases (instead of writing notes in a notebook). So why teach youngsters cursive writing? There is absolutly no point in doing that.... Alright... maybe your signature will "look better" but why wasting lots and lots of school hours on teaching people how to make your signature "pretty"? Put that time to better use. Teach them how to use the keyboard in the best and most effective way as they can and spend the hours on the other subjects instead. Lightyears better if you ask me. And hey - I am the one who will be educating atleast 2-3 generations forward. *tumbs up for me*

    Cursive writing is not needed. I curtenly will not teach it to anyone if I don't "have to" (from above).

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    Default Re: Cursive Writing: Should it still be taught?

    I don't think it's absolutely necessary that they teach cursive writing but appreciate the art of calligraphy. I think if we completely lost cursive it would only increase the likelyhood of losing more calligraphy.
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    Default Re: Cursive Writing: Should it still be taught?

    Quote Originally Posted by battousai_ryuu View Post
    I don't think it's absolutely necessary that they teach cursive writing but appreciate the art of calligraphy. I think if we completely lost cursive it would only increase the likelyhood of losing more calligraphy.

    We will most certainly always know how to write.
    But does it really matter if we in the future won't know how to write "as good" as we used to?

    I am convinced that all people will write in all ways, but the old fashioned way, in the future.

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    I know how to write in cursive.


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    Default Re: Cursive Writing: Should it still be taught?

    I guess it's useful for learning how to sign documents, but I personally never saw the point of it otherwise.

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    Default Re: Cursive Writing: Should it still be taught?

    I first started learning cursive way back in 1992 (man do I feel old...) I don't write in it all the time, but I feel that it is a valuable skill.

    Is knowing cursive a necessity? Not really. Would it hurt people to sit down and learn and practice? Most likely not. People are all go-go-go today. They want what they want right now. Learning cursive would teach kids to learn patience and hopefully develop an appreciation for things. Think of it in terms similar to the art of Bonzai. ;-)
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    Default Re: Cursive Writing: Should it still be taught?

    I think people should just write with their own font :3
    So, y'know, if people want to learn cursive, they can, but if people are better with print, they can improve upon their print instead of learning cursive and trying to improve upon that, too.
    I learned cursive in kindergarten, and my handwriting is totally screwed up now! DX My print is all looped together, and my cursive looks waaay better, but it's hard for others to read because of how I slant it TT^TT

    So, if people want to learn cursive, I think they should go for it - but if people don't, they shouldn't be taught it in the first place. I guess it's a good thing to know how to read cursive, though :/
    Honestly, I think I'm fine with having learnt both cursive and print I'm thankful for it, actually, but most schools no longer have cursive final drafts. They have them printed in a font on the computer owo;;

    It's just a mainstream thing to have these eggs.


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    Default Re: Cursive Writing: Should it still be taught?

    I know how to cursive write, but I don't normally, I print. I think it's good for doing your signature, but other than that, unless it's your major, not very useful.

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    Default Re: Cursive Writing: Should it still be taught?

    Quote Originally Posted by Darkhallows View Post
    I was never taught it, and I seem to have survived.
    Eh, I don't think it matters. It looks pretty, but there are more important things to teach people.
    It looks fancy but in no way do I think it looks pretty. Almost all notes that I read that were written in cursive were near unreadable.

    I had to learn cursive back in Brazil but when I moved to Australia it was already phased out for typing classes. After one year I eventually started writing in print since it was much neater.
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    Default Re: Cursive Writing: Should it still be taught?

    I actually do write in cursive normally. The only time I switch to print is when i have to right a quick note to someone just cause my really good cursive is more messy than my half baked print (for the love of god, if you can't read cursive, just say that instead of automatically saying it's messy). I randomly switched to cursive half way through freshmen year in high school and, well, ended up sticking with it.

    I don't think there is much need to teach cursive now a days. Almost nobody uses it. Personally, I think a quick, one day lesson is good enough. There are teachers both in high school and college who do write in cursive so not mentioning it will probably end up hurting them more then helping them. Basically, it should be thought enough so that the person could recognize it, but it's not really of any importance to teach it as if the person will use it.
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    Default Re: Cursive Writing: Should it still be taught?

    The same trend is being seen in even countries that do not use a Latin-based script.

    Take China, for example. Everyone from my parents' generation can write beautiful grass script (cursive Chinese), which I can hardly recognize. The young generation now relies so much on electronic devices (computers, cellphones, etc.) that they can hardly write a sentence in Chinese without looking up a character. And, of course, when the young Chinese write (including me), they print, one stroke after another, which takes forever.

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    Default Re: Cursive Writing: Should it still be taught?

    i think cursive should be taught, but just so that you can read it, if someone else is using it.
    they shouldn't put too much time and effort into it. like making kids practice it for weeks straight.

    just teach it enough so if someone comes across it in the future, they will be able to read it.
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    personally, i don't think cursive can be taught..because with signatures and etc..people, (me included) just end up making up our own kind of "cursive" writing


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    Default Re: Cursive Writing: Should it still be taught?

    I don't care if it's taught in school or not. Whenever I scribble, I tend to use cursive handwriting.I also use them when I'm doing designs or letterings. I only use the 'normal' way when I'm not in a hurry.

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