It cannot be stressed enough just how important communication skills are. They sit at the core of our relationships and create harmony when used effectively. Neglecting or ignoring them only harms others and us in turn. For this reason, practice and cultivation are essential. Below are just a couple of quotes on the subject.
Paul J. Meyer
With that said, we can now turn to practicing communication skills. Two means have proven to be effective tools throughout the centuries in communication: reading and writing. They are indispensible not only to students but rather to every group of people. The Greeks and Romans understood the necessity of these, and they practiced them in the forms of rhetoric and grammar among the 7 liberal arts. Today, it is almost unimaginable to dedicate an entire class to grammar or to rhetoric, whose closest equivalent would be speech class. Perhaps, we ought to reinstate grammar and rhetoric in our modern educational system, but seeing how this is not likely, we can focus on the present system’s equivalents.
Reading and writing go hand in hand and supplement each other, and through studying one of the two, students quickly realize their need for the other. Thus, a concurrent practice of both is necessary. If your child is struggling with these crucial areas of education, please allow our tutors to get them excited about reading and writing. We can equip your student with the power to wield the written word, so that he or she can use it to his or her benefit and no longer feel intimidated by reading or writing.
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