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Synonyms for cursive

rapid handwriting in which letters are set down in full and are cursively connected within words without lifting the writing implement from the paper

having successive letter joined together

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The discussion of handwriting in CBM has been limited to the analysis of handwriting legibility within CBMs, and the relationship between using print or cursive during text copying tasks.
To write, Hinesley grips her pencil between her arms, focusing on the shapes of letters and said that writing in cursive feels like creating artwork.
The Prescott Governing Board in Arizona, for example, recently approved a new elementary curriculum that will introduce cursive handwriting to students of the Prescott Unified School District, as per The Daily Courier on April 4.
look at that part." (The teaching of cursive writing was dropped from our schools several years ago.
Then, without any manual keying, all printed and cursive handwritten data is located and transcribed directly on the handset - without any data connection or Wi-Fi.
The dad-of-one's inking consists of the chemical formula for serotonin, known as the happiness chemical, and the word "warrior" in cursive script.
It recognizes any writing (isolated characters and cursive handwritten text) and reliably digitizes it.
It is no longer a requirement in American schools for students to learn cursive or 'joined up' handwriting.
"The aim of our course is to teach children cursive letter formation, sizing and spacing.
The English cursive characters should be recognised by using the optical character recognition (OCR).Optical character recognition, usually abbreviated to OCR, is the mechanical or electronic conversion of scanned images of handwritten, typewritten or printed text into machine-encoded text.
Is cursive writing doomed to become a long-lost art?
(2008), 12% of teachers reported that they do not feel prepared to teach handwriting, yet handwriting experts stress the importance of teaching both print and cursive in order to build the foundational skills that students use to communicate fluently and swiftly ("Handwriting Without Tears," 2013).
When the Common Core education standards were issued in 2010 and made no mention of handwriting, cursive or manuscript printing, advocates of longhand took notice.
First you come upon the hand-lettered messages in cursive Hebrew slapped across display windows and easels poking out of sidewalk restaurants and loncherias, $35-a-night hotels, dive shops, day spas, ice cream parlors, jewelry showrooms, and bikini boutiques.
The good thing is that it recognizes various writing styles as well as cursive writing.