Directions for next five questions: Refer to the passages below and answer the questions that follow. PASSAGE
One of the most urgent problems in teaching handwriting is presented by the left-handed child. The traditional policy has been to attempt to induce all children to write with their right hands. Parents and teachers alike have an antipathy to the child’s using his left hand. On the other hand, psychologists have shown beyond a doubt that some persons are naturally left-handed and that
it is much more difficult for them to do any skilful act with their right hand than with their left hand. Some believe, furthermore, that to compel a left-handed child to write with his right hand
may make him nervous and may cause stammering. There seems to be some cases in which this is true, although in the vast majority of children who change over, no ill effects are noticed. In addition to these difficulties, left-handedness sometimes seems to cause mirror writing – writing from right to left – and reversals in reading, as reading “was” for “saw”.
Which of the following could be an appropriate title for the passage?