Write on: A Students Guide to Handwriting
Gives students advanced skills in using the types of handwriting most common in American colleges and universities. The student learns to read and understand individual variations in standard handwriting styles. Exercises include such things as note-taking, filling out forms and reading and duplicating blackboard assignments.--Preface.
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CHAPTER ONE Capital Letters
CHAPTER THREE Writing Numbers and Numerals
CHAPTER FIVE Practice with Printing
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Abraham Lincoln Arabic numbers Arabic system atmosphere bibliography card Blackboard bottom called calligraphy capital and lower capital letters Chart Chinese character circle comma Common name CONTINENTAL UNIVERSITY Copy correct spacing cursive letters CURVED LINE LETTERS Date developed dotted Encyclopedia Britannica English Fill each line Fill the line Greek Greek alphabet handwriting Heinle higher number labels languages LAST NAME Latin alphabet Latin name legibility Leonardo of Pisa Letter Combinations Letters Fill letters in Group lift your pen line with examples look lower case letters Notice official identification oxalis montana part-circle Phone Number Practice printing and cursive Printing CHAPTER punctuation represent research paper Roman alphabet Roman numerals score reports Semitic languages SIGNATUŽE slant Social Security Number sound straight line stroke symbols Test Fee Theophrastus tion vowel weather WOOD SORREL Write the alphabet writing line Writing Systems written