A issue I have been asked a lot over the years is why is literature important?
Even when I was a child, I was told it was because it’s the story behind the story. And that’s true, there is a story behind each and every story, but why is it important?
In order to understand, you need to have some understanding of critical thinking, and how it works. In a nutshell, critical thinking involves the ability to recognize, “What goes around comes around”, as well as in recognizing that people make mistakes and that their behavior will often vary from the norm.
The reason that this is so is because, in all the stories of human history, we know of people who behaved badly, either because they are being manipulated by the authorities, or simply lack of mental balance.
These kinds of people are easily manipulated by the powers that be, and therefore it’s a very important tool. Once you have that power, you can sometimes use it to change the world or even to save it.
In http://www.kassarostravel.gr/δραστηριοτητες/2-activities/uncategorised/827-hunter-science-high-school-options this way, writing a persuasive essay (or a convincing argument) is one of the most compelling essays I’ve ever read. It’s like having a power drill, where the more you use it, the more powerful it becomes.
There’s one other reason that literature is important, and that’s the fact that it helps people overcome adversities and adversity. In order to do this, they need to think, and in order to think, they need to read, and reading helps to keep the mind active, thus strengthening the character.
That’s why literature has become an important part of the world, and why it’s important to continue to read it. It’s also why so many of the best and brightest childrens’ authors come from books.
So why are children’s authors able to write children’s books while producing some of the best and most engaging novels, fiction, poetry, essays, and non-fiction? It’s not because they don’t know anything about writing, it’s because they don’t realize the power of literature until they’ve actually written some of their own.
If you are a writer, especially a teacher
I would encourage you to read up on the history of literature and how it’s an important part of the world today. It’s very hard to argue with a person who knows or should know, more than you do.
For children, it’s important to remember that children need to learn critical thinking, and you don’t want to teach them to become snobs. You want to teach them to challenge themselves, to develop their talents, to believe in themselves, and this is what literature can do for them.
When you write for a certain age group, you need to make sure that your writing is educational, yet interesting. As a result, you need to exercise restraint, and make sure that your essays are not too long, or are too repetitive.
When you’re writing for children, don’t make your essay too long or too boring. Make sure that your essay flows and there’s a good flow to the material so that they won’t get bored.