When proofreading your writing read your sentences backward and use what?

When proofreading your writing read your sentences backward and use what?

What does it mean to write the name backwards

Expected learning: Represent a situation linked to its context through different expressive forms.Emphasis: Recreate a meaningful situation through symbolic and expressive resources of its interior associated to its environment.What are we going to learn?

Expected learning: Solve problems through the formulation and algebraic solution of linear equations.Emphasis: Distinguish and analyze linear variation from its algebraic representation.What will we learn?

You will analyze linear variation from its algebraic representation and thus learn to distinguish it. All this will be the basis so that in the three subsequent lessons you will be able to model a first degree equation for a problematic situation, know the properties of equality and its application, and be able to manipulate the literal without losing the equality of the equation.What do we do?

Expected learning: Explain the relationship between the distribution of relief types, seismic and volcanic regions with the Earth’s internal and external processes.Emphasis: Distinguish the main forms of continental and oceanic relief.What will we learn?

Write backwards sickness

Work on one letter at a time. If your child is reversing the b and d, start with the b. Don’t work on the d until he is having less difficulty with the b. Then he can work on other important reversals, such as p and q.

For example, your child can write the letter b in the sand or in the air while saying it aloud. As he practices, offer him a strategy for remembering how to write lab, such as “the bat comes before the ball” (the vertical line of the b, or bat, comes before the round part, or ball).

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Exercises for children who write upside down

There are times when the journalist may choose to “break” a golden rule in journalistic writing: start with the news. In the following example of a lead-in, the viewer has to wait until the third sentence to find out what the presenter is referring to. The main and most newsworthy thing is the breaking of the permanent ceasefire; however, the moment of communicating the main fact is postponed and the option is taken to create suspense and expectation by putting circumstantial elements before it and, therefore, postponing the appearance of the subject and the news. This example is only possible if the viewer already knows the main news, either because it has been provided at the opening of the newscast or in the headlines:

In other cases, the success of the ellipsis depends entirely on the image, so that only the text-image conjunction will allow the viewer to complete the message and fully understand the meaning of the sentence.

Example of an ellipsis dependent on the image: He wants more money for the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan… This is what he was asking for yesterday in Congress, in the presentation of the budget bill for 2008. George Bush intends to increase defense and energy spending in exchange for cutting social programs. (paragraph read on images of George W. Bush in Congress)

What it means to write numbers backwards

Let’s put ourselves in a situation: a reader goes to a bookstore and sees a book that catches his eye. Its cover and/or its title seem interesting to him and he picks it up to browse through it. He takes a look at the back cover, opens the book and reads the first few lines.

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Once in his hands, the reader (and sometimes also the publisher) will take about ten seconds to decide whether he is interested in reading the book or not. That is how much time we have. That’s why the way we start our story is so important.

I guess this is clear: we have to capture the reader’s attention from the first line. To do this, it is best that something happens at the beginning and, of course, that it is something interesting.

On the first page of the book something has to happen and this something has to cause interest in the reader. For example, José Saramago’s Essay on Blindness begins in the middle of traffic chaos in a city, when a traffic light turns green but not all the cars start. There is one that stands still and inside there is a man waving his arms and shouting something. Curious pedestrians approach to see what’s going on, until finally the man gets out of the car and shouts, “I’m blind”. By this time, I was hooked on the book!

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