N.C. teachers get creative to integrate cursive in curriculum

03/19/2013 | Star-News (Wilmington, N.C.)

A new "back to basics" curriculum being proposed in North Carolina would require elementary-school students to learn cursive. In some parts of the state, teachers say cursive is included in everyday lessons. In one classroom, students practice their cursive by writing quotes from historical figures, along with a paragraph explaining the meaning of the quote. The lesson culminates with students exchanging papers and reading each other's cursive writing.

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