Lefties unite! Today, August 13, is Left Hander’s Day. I’m not sure how a leftie is supposed to celebrate this day. It might be fun to challenge your right-handed pals to complete a variety of tasks using only their left hands.
I’ve read that left-handed folks rely mostly on the right sides of their brains and right-handed folks rely mainly on the left sides of their brains. This would mean that left-handers are more intuitive, thoughtful, and subjective, while right-handers are more logical, analytical, and objective. I’m not sure about all that. Personally, I don’t care which hand a person writes with. However, I do think that lefties probably face more obstacles since so much of the population is right-handed.
Do you make special classroom accommodations for left-handed students?
That’s question number one. Question number two is,
“Are you a leftie or a rightie?”
I’ll toss in a third question too.
Do you think left-handed students have a more difficult time in school?
PS: Guess what? Everyone is a “Left Hander” in Left Hand, West Virginia!