1. What is enjoying or loving writing?
Enjoying writing is loving to create something
uniquely our own. We enjoy the process of writing,
writing for its own sake, not just to do well in exams. The process includes:
a. Thinking of a story idea or argument (non-fiction essays).
b. Finding the best way to describe it or the best arguments for or against it.
Writing it in such a way that impacts teachers – in
compositions to make teachers enjoy the
descriptions and the story and even feel for the persons in the story. In non-fiction essays, this
means persuading teachers to understand and accept the arguments or enjoy the description of a
personal experience story.
2. Why should your child enjoy writing?
It makes writing a pleasant experience and
something your child wants to excel in, rather
than something to avoid and dread.
b. It’s easiest and best way to get your child to write, since your child enjoys it.
c. When your child enjoys writing he or she automatically does well in the exams.
3. How do we get your child to enjoy writing?
a. Raja, our teacher, loves writing, so he inspires your child to love writing too.
b. He nurtures and encourages your child’s unique writing talents and abilities.
c. He teaches your child story-writing techniques to enhance their writing skills.
d. He praises good writing and gives encouraging comments to improve your child's work.