Patricia Braverman-Knope (rhetoricians) wrote in thequestionclub,
Patricia Braverman-Knope
rhetoricians
thequestionclub

Do you write your letter "a"s more like the first or second one in this picture?

When you're writing 'normally,' do you write in a more cursive/script or more print fashion?

Were you ever taught cursive in school? Do you ever use it now?

Do you think teaching kids that they have to learn math without calculators is fair when calculators are a necessity in the high school classroom and beyond? 

ETA: I mean math beyond "basic" math, things you might learn in middle school - stuff beyond the basics that you are later taught how to do on a calculator and probably forgot how to do by hand long ago.

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