GWYNNE ON HANDWRITING
N. M. GWYNNE, M.A. (OXON.)
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Here is some of what the author has to say about this book.
Learn with this book, step-by-step, both how to do and how to teach the following:
In due course achieving a handwriting that is regular, easily read, appealing to the reader, and almost effort-free to do.
• Sitting in the correct position for writing.
• Holding correctly the pencil or pen.
• Forming the letters of the alphabet including the capitals of each letter.
• Joining the letters together.
Make no mistake. Pen and paper, or their equivalents, are an absolute necessity for keeping thoughts and communications permanently on record. Culture – and even civilisation – have depended on them, as indeed they have for the last three thousand years and more.