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eBook Write Now: A Complete Self-teaching Program for Better Handwriting ePub

by Barbara Getty

  • ISBN: 0876780893
  • Category: Skills
  • Subcategory: Perfomance and Work
  • Author: Barbara Getty
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Continuing Education Pr. Portland State University; 1st ed edition (November 19, 1991)
  • Pages: 96
  • ePub book: 1844 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1794 kb
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  • Rating: 4.5
  • Votes: 660

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Write Now: The Complete Program For Better Handwriting. It is a very complete program and also VERY FAIRLY priced

Write Now: The Complete Program For Better Handwriting. Write Now The Getty-Dubay Program for Handwriting Success. It is a very complete program and also VERY FAIRLY priced.

Write Now: The Complete . .has been added to your Cart. The style of writing taught in this book removes the excess loops and squiggles and reduces the strokes to a near minimum. They are also co-authors of the Getty-Dubay Italic Handwriting Series and Italic Letters: Calligraphy and Handwriting published by Portland State University Continuing Education Press.

A very thorough, entirely handwritten, self-teaching program. The best italic handwriting manual that we've seen. Along with clear step-by-step instructions for monoline italic lower case and then cursive italic, Dubay and Getty also teach edged pen italic as handwriting and then cursive and chancery cursive italic. This workbook style volume is enhanced with numerous drawings, alphabets, short histories and explanations about related subjects such as papyrus, cuneiform, and American Indian signs. The authors have also included a section on the development of our alphabet, guideline sheets, and several envelope lay-outs.

Write Now is a comprehensive one-volume program that teaches you to develop clean, elegant, legible handwriting . I have horrid handwriting.

Write Now is a comprehensive one-volume program that teaches you to develop clean, elegant, legible handwriting, even for those who have always had difficulty with their penmanship. Write Now is being used nationally by the authors to teach seminars to physicians and medical professionals on how to write legibly. It incorporates the italic style which was developed in Write Now is a comprehensive one-volume program that teaches you to develop clean, elegant, legible handwriting, even for those who have always had difficulty with their penmanship.

Items related to Write Now: A Complete Self-teaching Program for Better. Poor handwriting is a common failing. This book teaches italic handwriting, an attractive, simple script which, with practice, becomes a neat, legible hand

Items related to Write Now: A Complete Self-teaching Program for Better. Getty, Barbara; Dubay, Inga Write Now: A Complete Self-teaching Program for Better Handwriting. ISBN 13: 9780876780893. Write Now: A Complete Self-teaching Program for Better Handwriting. Getty, Barbara; Dubay, Inga. This book teaches italic handwriting, an attractive, simple script which, with practice, becomes a neat, legible hand. A history of the changes in letter forms over the ages is outlined. The text is hand-lettered rather than typeset, showing the simplicity and elegance of basic, cursive, and edged-pen italic.

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Write Now:A Complete Self-Teaching Program for Better Handwriting by Inga Dubay and Barbara Getty. This book is for anyone who wants to improve their handwriting or learn calligraphy. Complete instructions, practice exercises, plenty of examples (of both good and bad writing), and helpful tips let you develop a better hand at your own pace.

The second is Barbara Getty’s Write Now: The Complete Program For Better Handwriting. Being able to write is indeed a great skill that should be taught for the foreseeable future. The aim of this book is to help anyone achieve elegant, legible handwriting by focusing on writing in a specific italic style. Apps to Help You Write Neatly. I love to come up with stories and novel ideas, and I feel I have an easier time with that when using pen and paper. My handwriting is very sad, and I wish I would focus on fixing it so I could read my own stories a week later.

As the subtitle states, this workbook is self-teaching, and the italic style it prescribes is easy-to-learn, practical, legible, and attractive. A brief amount of practice yields satisfying results, particularly uplifting for the many scribblers ashamed of what their hand produces. Let's hope the method spreads through the schools. In the meantime, old dogs embarrassed by illegible writing can learn new tricks using this clear and intelligently produced guide. Published by Continuing Education Press, Portland State University, Portland, Oregon. Annotation copyright Book News, Inc. Portland, Or.

Comments

Arthunter Arthunter
I just received my book and, although the content seems like it would help, the only problem that I anticipate having is with regard to the binding. As a perfect-bound book, it makes it difficult to actually write in it without breaking the binding so that the book will lay flat. I will update my review as I begin to use the book.
Qudanilyr Qudanilyr
My handwriting's still nothing to, um, write home about but it really has improved a lot with this book. I've only done the first section of exercises and haven't had time to get to the rest, but I like the practice format and the clear examples and how the authors incorporate some very interesting historical information about orthography and writing systems from around the world. It certainly makes the practice process entertaining and educational.
Tisicai Tisicai
Just started, so far a real adventure.
Scoreboard Bleeding Scoreboard Bleeding
I was frustrated that I couldn't write quickly and legibly. The cursive I was taught in elementary school was too elaborate and slow (cursive is supposed to be faster than printing). I wrote faster but my writing was so bad, I had trouble reading it myself. I felt funny learning to write again as an adult. But this book helped me to write faster than I did before, but at the same time, so clearly that even others could read my writing. Now I enjoy writing and am happy with the way it looks.
Maveri Maveri
its difficult to implement
Nuadabandis Nuadabandis
=)
Skiletus Skiletus
Was not what I expected, very thin. Not much help to my son.
I have five sons. The only one of the older ones who never uses joined-up writing is the one to whom I taught looped cursive, before I learned of italic. The other 4 learned Italic through the Getty-Dubay series and are often complimented on their nice penhand.

A K-9 charter school we started here in the Rocky Mountain states finally switched over to Getty-Dubay Italic and the improvement in the children's penhand has been noticed by everyone.

Looped cursive programs do not offer the content and historical background that the G-D series does. In every book children learn about the history of letters, learn about grammar, poetry, history, geography. It is a very complete program and also VERY FAIRLY priced. I usually have my sons do a book more than once and it is affordable to do that as each book is less than $7.

Most children create a form of italic on their own, and abandon looped cursive methods as soon as they are allowed to. It makes sense to teach them the real thing - a single program, an italic method that will leave them with good printing and legible joined letters.

The gentleman who complained about being abused by teachers for his penmanship was really someone who had bad teachers. . . not someone who was taught a bad penmanship method!!!!! Bad, stupid teachers don't make a program or system bad.

Get just one of these books (book E, F, G) and review it yourself.