Saturday, 30 May 2009
How I learned to write
I learned to write the way infants learn to speak. First I babbled, producing pieces of work that resembled writing in certain ways, and could function in interaction as such (at least, up to a point). Then, awkwardly at first, but with increasing confidence afterwards, I began writing in ways that resembled actual writing. Eventually, and with enough interaction, my writing became fluent.