My Literacy History And How It Has Been Developed Throughout Portions Of My Life

915 Words Feb 7th, 2016 4 Pages
As I think what literacy means to me, the most important thought that comes to mind is my understanding of it: the ability to read and write, I feel that without the ability to read and write, mankind is unable to properly function because there is no foundation for adequate communication. So literacy is reading development, a progression of skills that begins with the ability to understand spoken words and decode written words, and culminates in the deep understanding of text. Everyone has some moment which have the potential to influence the craft of understanding that directly has the undying impression for the lifetime. As for learning process which comprises the reading and writing aspect, there comes events that helps people to grasp the authenticity of learning which turn out to be moments of learning for some people in a very inspiring and motivating manner. In this essay I will talk about my literacy history and how it has been developed throughout portions of my life.
My literacy journey began from my pre-primary school in Nepal. I started first my school when I was 4/5 years. At that time, as I remember I learned to identify letters (A, B, C, D…). Pre-primary school was always difficult and frustrating for me as a child because that was the time of play and I was unknown about the importance of education. I think after one years at the time of grade one I started to write letters (A, B, C….) and numbers (1, 2, 3…). Later on, when I was introduced with forming…
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