The Importance of Writing
We should consider the difficulty of the writing process. We know, writing necessitates new basic skills. In actual fact, relative to all other academic activities, writing requires more basic skills than perhaps any other. We should know the rules of grammar and syntax properly. Increasing rules of grammar and syntax combination of requirements makes writing the most complex and difficult use of language. As writing tasks become more difficult, students must call on a gradually more wide range of skills to not only write legibly, logically, and in an organized way but also to increase rules of grammar and syntax.If truth be told, school requirements demand a high level of writing proficiency, and a child who struggles with an unrecognized writing disability will find it increasingly difficult to express his knowledge on many subjects, as the writing process itself will stand firmly in the way of learning.
We know – from first grade on, children write nearly every day and they are asked to do more with this skill than with any other except reading. And as children progress through school, writing requirements — from homework assignments and class work to note taking and tests — increase across the curriculum.
A writing ability can be comforting to a child’s education and self-respect whenever the writing necessitates new basic skills will be learnt properly.