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14-11-2012 16:16 #61Senior Member
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14-11-2012 16:44 #62
You know what annoys me.... marking students work and seeing things like 'ezy' instead of easy and 'nite' instead of night...
does my head in.
I'm not talking about grade 2.. I'm talking about grade 4...or heaven forbid, grade 9!
14-11-2012 16:47 #63I just made a random and shocking realisation. Every person I went to school with, who can read and write at their age level, learnt at home and not at school. They got their skills ‘‘polished‘‘ at school, but they could read and write due to home teaching.
I have no idea how to use grammar properly. I think it's actually the case for many who attended the same primary school as me. The school had a reputation for failing students in that respect.
14-11-2012 17:24 #64
I kind of think that some people just get it... and others don't. I do think that education and parental input helps, but not to the extent of you being hopeless of fabulous. I think that kind of thing is just something you've within you. DD just knew how to read, to spell. A little help was given, but it has only ever been a LITTLE help. She just knows how to do it. It's no credit to either my parenting or her teacher's teaching ability (she knew how to do both before her teacher got to her), she's just naturally good at those things.
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I don't correct my autocorrect. So counseling is how my phone wants it to be.
Take it up with Samsung.
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