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Typing skills review

  1. 1. 7 & 8 TechnologyTYPING SKILLS REVIEW Mrs. Manion
  2. 2. Basic Typing Skills1.Computer on table and chair at correct height.
  3. 3. Basic Typing Skills1.Computer on table and chair at correct height.2.Sit up straight with your feet flat on the floor.
  4. 4. Basic Typing Skills1.Computer on table and chair at correct height.2.Sit up straight with your feet flat on the floor.3.Long nails are not recommended.
  5. 5. Basic Typing Skills1.Computer on table and chair at correct height.2.Sit up straight with your feet flat on the floor.3.Long nails are not recommended.4.Hands on the keyboard being careful of wrist position. (No “Spiderman” or Dog Paws.”)
  6. 6. Basic Typing Skills5. Cushion the wrists if necessary to avoid wrist injury.
  7. 7. Basic Typing Skills5. Cushion the wrists if necessary to avoid wrist injury.6. Hands relaxed and fingers curved over home row keys.
  8. 8. Basic Typing Skills5. Cushion the wrists if necessary to avoid wrist injury.6. Hands relaxed and fingers curved over home row keys.7. Left forefinger on ”F” and right forefinger on “J” (feel the bumps).
  9. 9. Basic Typing Skills5. Cushion the wrists if necessary to avoid wrist injury.6. Hands relaxed and fingers curved over home row keys.7. Left forefinger on ”F” and right forefinger on “J” (feel the bumps).8. Try not to look at the keys.
  10. 10. Basic Typing SkillsTHE “QWERTY” KEYBOARD AND HOME ROW KEYS
  11. 11. Basic Typing SkillsAvoid Carpal Tunnel Wrist Injuries
  12. 12. Basic Typing Skills
  13. 13. Wrist Pads
  14. 14. Wrist Pads Can Be Fun!
  15. 15. Basic Typing SkillsGOOD HABITS ARE FORMED NOWFOR A LIFETIME OF COMPUTING!
  16. 16. Basic Typing Skills9.Most important goal is technique.
  17. 17. Basic Typing Skills9.Most important goal is technique.10.Next is accuracy.
  18. 18. Basic Typing Skills9.Most important goal is technique.10.Next is accuracy.11.Last is speed.
  19. 19. Basic Typing Skills ***technique*** accuracy speedGo slowly for now with proper position to review or retrain any mistakes you are making.
  20. 20. Basic Typing SkillsTOP TEN GOALS: 1. TECHNIQUE 2. TECHNIQUE 3. TECHNIQUE 4. TECHNIQUE 5. TECHNIQUE 6. TECHNIQUE 7. TECHNIQUE 8. TECHNIQUE
  21. 21. Basic Typing Skills LATER: 9. ACCURACY 10. SPEED
  22. 22. SUCCESS!Two activities follow….
  23. 23. 1. Review & Typing Practice• Get a copy of the Typing Skills Review Sheet from the teacher.• You may also go to www.mrsmanion.com and print a copy from the Technology section.• Open Word.• Type your heading including: – Full Name – Grade & Class – Today’s Date• Focus on TECHNIQUE and type out a copy of the review sheet.• Turn it in for credit. Keep the original & study for the Quiz.
  24. 24. 2. Typing Time• When instructed open Typing Time and continue working on your skills.• Ask to print out your assessments and put your full name on them to turn in for a grade.
  25. 25. If you are ahead• Ask for permission to go to the class webpage and explore the “Fun Links” section.

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