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30 November 2004 Short Response2 Draft 3 Learning how to write has got to be one of my worse fears while growing up Though my slightly older uncle had tried to show me how to read and write I was not the greatest writer many of my characters such as r and y were written in the opposite directions Before I could read words on a page my aunt would interact with the stories through pictures When reading books the story goes far beyond the words on the page She would use interpretation and thought that give meaning to the words on the page and I later realized that this was an important part of the reading and writing process I can remember the stress that I had given to my uncle as he repeatedly tried to show me how to write my name as we used the common big brown recycled paper to practice my writing on along with the standard number 2 pencil This took much time and effort as I was taken lessons from my uncle at the age of 4 years old it wasnt until I was the age of 7 that my writing became a little more ledge able In Kindergarten and first grade we had sang songs to the VCR television that had the words on the bottom of the screen at this age this helped many of us students memorize words and how they were spelt Which is a useful tool for children at that age while they are still sponges in the memory cells but we also learned how to sound out words as well Consistently I when I wrote my characters were put in bold capital letters As my memory skills had grown to excel my writing did as well as I had stopped using capital letters to write simple words At this point learning how to write became very important as I
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