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HOW WELL DO YOU KNOW THE FUNDAMENTALS OF KEYBOARDING? . Mrs. B. Simmons Personal Keyboarding Class. Keyboarding provides you with skills for life. FUNDAMENTALS OF KEYBOARDING. Work Area Arrangement Posture Arm and Hand Positions Technique. WORK AREA ARRANGEMENT. Work Area Arrangement.

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how well do you know the fundamentals of keyboarding

HOW WELL DO YOU KNOW THE FUNDAMENTALS OF KEYBOARDING?

Mrs. B. Simmons

Personal Keyboarding Class

fundamentals of keyboarding
FUNDAMENTALS OF KEYBOARDING
  • Work Area Arrangement
  • Posture
  • Arm and Hand Positions
  • Technique
work area arrangement1
Work Area Arrangement
  • Keyboard straight in front of chair
  • Front edge of keyboard even with desk
  • Monitor placed for easy viewing
  • Book to right of keyboard
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Posture
  • Body erect, sit back in chair
  • Sit comfortable distance from keyboard
  • Feet flat on the floor, slightly apart for balance
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Arm and Hand Position
  • Fingers curved and upright over home keys
  • Wrists low but not touching keyboard
  • Forearms parallel to slant of keyboard
  • Elbows naturally close to body
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Technique
  • Eyes on copy –do NOT look from copy to screen or keys
  • All keystrokes begin and end at home row position
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TYPING TECHNIQUE

GRADE SHEET

Name _____________________________ Section _______

Dates Observed ____________________________________

  • __________EYES ON COPY (10 points)
  • Looked from copy to fingers
  • Looked from copy to screen
  • Looked from screen to fingers
  • __________HAND POSITION (10 points)
  • Fingers resting on wrong keys
  • Fingers do NOT return to homerow
  • Fingers not well curved
  • Thumb not a space bar
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Grade Sheet Continued

__________KEYING TECHNIQUE (10 points)

  • Fingers typing incorrect keys
  • Backspaced
  • Used left thumb to space

__________WRIST POSITION (5 points)

  • Wrist resting on keyboard or tray frame

__________POSTURE (10 points)

  • Center of body not across from the letter “J”
  • Not a hand span away from frame
  • Not sitting up straight in chair
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Grade Sheet Continued

__________FEET POSITION (5 points)

  • Feet crossed
  • Feet not under desk in front of body
  • Feet not flat on floor

__________YOUR GRADE – 50 pts. possible

(Points Received x 2 for 100% Grade)

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Understanding the fundamentals of keyboarding and striving to use proper technique will lead to your SUCCESS!