Some people say that in our modern age, it is unnecessary to teach children about the skills of handwriting. To what extent do you agree or disagree?
Although many people believe that a given statement is convincing, I think in a reverse manner and agree with the given statement. My inclination is justified in the ensuing paragraphs.
Out of all the arguments of the topic, the strongest one to prove my view is the doctor’s handwriting. This is to say that handwriting is not proving our capabilities. A good example of this is if doctors are never trying to improve their handwriting skills as they have many other important things to focus on than handwriting.
Besides this, it is also true that handwriting is the common skill to written communications same as our speaking skill. By this, I mean to say that every person has a different level of speaking capabilities. The same things can relate to handwriting skills.
However, I would not overlook the other side too. To begin with, If a doctor’s writing is good, then normal people can found easy to understand his writing. Also, for handwriting skills, if it is good enough, then it leaves a very good print of that person to the reader.
Thus, to wrap up the discussion, it can be said that despite points of good print of reader and easy understanding, my reasons that unnecessary need, as well as different skill with person same as speaking, are logically acceptable.
Follow Us on IELTSFever Facebook