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  • 1. Basic Touch Typing We will learn about: - History of Typing - Why type? - The Home Row
  • 2. History of Typing Do you know what “Typing” is?
  • 3. History of Typing “ Typing” means to write on a typewriter or a keyboard. Do you know what’s a typewriter ?
  • 4. Why Type? Why is it important to learn how to type? Why can’t we just use two fingers?
  • 5. Why Type? Learning how to type will allow you to type faster and use all your fingers.
  • 6. Basic Touch Typing At the end of this course, you will learn how to use all your fingers and type all the letters on the keyboard.
  • 7. The Home Row
    • When typing, your fingers will always be resting on the Home row on the keys ASDF and JKL;
  • 8. The Home Row OK... Let’s start typing! We will start with our LEFT hand. The fingers will rest on the letters ASDF.
  • 9. The Home Row
    • little finger on the letter A
      • ring finger on the letter S
      • middle finger on the letter D
      • index finger on the letter F
      • thumb on the spacebar
  • 10. The Home Row Now, we will use our right hand. The fingers on our right hand will rest on the letters J K L ;
  • 11. The Home Row little finger on the ; ring finger on the letter L middle finger on the letter K index finger on the letter J thumb on the spacebar
  • 12. The Home Row Our index fingers need to be responsible for one more key. The letter G for The LEFT index finger. The letter H for The RIGHT index finger
  • 13. The Home Row Let’s practise! Let’s practise! Let’s practise!