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Keyboarding- Unit One. Alphabet and Punctuation Keys Fall 2009. Get Familiar with your computer!. Check out the picture below, study each label so that you will be familiar with the terms for each part of the computer!. Tower. Monitor. Scanner. Keyboard. Mouse.

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keyboarding unit one

Keyboarding- Unit One

Alphabet and Punctuation Keys

Fall 2009

get familiar with your computer
Get Familiar with your computer!
  • Check out the picture below, study each label so that you will be familiar with the terms for each part of the computer!

Tower

Monitor

Scanner

Keyboard

Mouse

click on the link below to try to name the different parts of a computer
Click on the link below to try to name the different parts of a computer…

Click the link below to try an interactive game!

Your computer….

  • http://internal.usn.org/scott/curriculum/lab/compparts/computerparts.htm
  • Try to put the puzzle together on this exercise.

http://www.computerlabkids.com/parts.htm

the keyboard
THE KEYBOARD

Below is a picture of a standard keyboard. Note how the keys are ordered. This is called a QWERTY keyboard….Can you figure out why?

the keyboard1
The Keyboard

The above keyboard is colored coded to show which keys are keyed by which fingers. For example, all the keys coded in pink are keyed by the pinky fingers.

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Click the link below to read about the development of the QUERTY keyboard. This will be your first discussion topic. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/QWERTYhttp://inventors.about.com/library/inventors/bltypewriter.htm http://www.webopedia.com/TERM/Q/QWERTY_keyboard.htm

the home row keys
THE HOME ROW KEYS!

F

J

D

K

Good fingers always go home!

You will place your fingers on the home row keys before you begin typing.

S

L

A

;

Locate the middle row of your keyboard. Rest your fingers on the keys indicated below:

A : Left Pinky J: Right Index

S: Left Ring K: Right Middle

D: Left Middle L: Right Ring

F: Left Index ; Right Pinky

click on the links below to practice home row typing drills
Click on the links below to practice Home Row Typing Drills.

http://www.typingweb.com/tutor/

http://www.freetypingtutor.biz/j_applet1/WordWackerApplet.html

http://webinstituteforteachers.org/~gammakeys/Lesson/Lesson1.htm

http://www.typing-lessons.org/lesson_2.html

http://www.typing-lessons.org/lesson_1.html

adding the h e keys
Adding the H&E Keys..

Strike the H key with the right index finger.

Strike the E key with the left middle finger.

**Note: when striking keys away from the home row, make quick snapping strokes and immediately return your fingers to the home row.

Left Middle Finger Keys ‘E’

Right Index Finger Keys ‘H’

click on the links below practice adding the h e keys
Click on the links below practice adding the H & E keys…

http://webinstituteforteachers.org/~gammakeys/Lesson/lesson4.htm

http://www.davis.k12.ut.us/cjh/appliedtech/Business/Keyboarding/d2h_and_e.html

http://www.kenston.k12.oh.us/kms/8th_grade_keyboarding/H%20and%20E.htm

http://www.rogueriver.k12.or.us/Page.asp?NavID=1624&Print=True

http://www.freetypinggame.net/play.asp

new keys i and r
New Keys: ‘I’ and ‘R’

The Right Middle Finger Keys ‘I’

The Left Index Finger Keys ‘R’

click on the links below to practice the keys learned so far
Click on the links below to practice the keys learned so far….

http://www.davis.k12.ut.us/cjh/appliedtech/Business/Keyboarding/d4_review.html

http://www.schools.utah.gov/ate/keyboarding/Documents/drills/hw/Homework2.pdf

add the keys o t
Add the Keys ‘ O’ & ‘T’

The Left Index finger strikes the ‘T’

The Right Ring Finger strikes the ‘O’

click on the links below to practice the keys learned so far1
Click on the links below to practice the keys learned so far….

http://www.schools.utah.gov/ate/keyboarding/Documents/drills/hw/Homework3.pdf

http://www.davis.k12.ut.us/cjh/appliedtech/Business/Keyboarding/d5_O_and_T.html

the keys are n g
The Keys are ‘N’ & ‘G’

The Left Index Finger keys ‘G’

The Right Index Finger keys ‘N’

click on the links below to practice the keys learned so far2
Click on the links below to practice the keys learned so far….

http://www.schools.utah.gov/ate/keyboarding/Documents/drills/hw/Homework3.pdf

http://www.schools.utah.gov/ate/keyboarding/Documents/drills/hw/Homework3.pdf

left shift and period are the next keys
Left Shift and Period are the next keys!

The Left Pinky keys the Left Shift

The Right Ring Finger keys the period (.) key.

click on the links below to practice the keys learned so far3
Click on the links below to practice the keys learned so far….

http://www.davis.k12.ut.us/cjh/appliedtech/Business/Keyboarding/d7_Leftshift.html

http://www.schools.utah.gov/ate/keyboarding/Documents/drills/hw/Homework4.pdf

http://www.d91.net/keybd7.htm

new keys u c
New keys: ‘U’ & ‘C’

The Left Middle Finger keys ‘C’

The Right Index Finger keys ‘U’

click on the links below to practice the keys learned so far4
Click on the links below to practice the keys learned so far….

http://www.davis.k12.ut.us/cjh/appliedtech/Business/Keyboarding/d9_U_and_C.htm

http://www.montgomeryschoolsmd.org/schools/mvms/computer/Keyboarding/d9_U_and_C.htm

http://www.nimblefingers.com/j_applet1/WordWackerApplet.html

the next keys are w and right shift
The Next Keys are ‘W’ and Right Shift!

The Left Ring finger keys the ‘W’

The Right Pinky keys Right Shift

click on the links below to practice the keys learned so far5
Click on the links below to practice the keys learned so far….

http://www.schools.utah.gov/ate/keyboarding/Documents/drills/hw/Homework4.pdf

http://www.davis.k12.ut.us/cjh/appliedtech/Business/Keyboarding/d9_U_and_C.htm

http://www.montgomeryschoolsmd.org/schools/mvms/computer/Keyboarding/d10_W_Rt_Shft.htm

http://www.d91.net/keybd9.htm

add the keys b and y to your list
Add the keys B and Y to your list!!

The Left Index Finger keys the ‘B’

The Right Index keys the ‘Y’

click on the links below to practice the keys learned so far6
Click on the links below to practice the keys learned so far….

http://www.davis.k12.ut.us/cjh/appliedtech/Business/Keyboarding/d11_B_and_Y.htm

http://www.schools.utah.gov/ate/keyboarding/Documents/drills/hw/Homework5.pdf

next are the m and x keys
Next are the M and X keys

M

You key ‘M’ with your right index finger.

X

You key ‘X’ with your left ring finger.

click on the links below to practice m and x
Click on the links below to practice M and X

http://www.kenston.k12.oh.us/kms/8th_grade_keyboarding/M_and_X.htm

http://www.davis.k12.ut.us/cjh/appliedtech/business/keyboarding/d13_M_and_X.htm

http://library.thinkquest.org/18709/data/Type.html

http://freeonlinetypinggames.com/free-online-typing-games/keyboard-simon-game/

cover your keyboards and try this link
Cover your keyboards and try this link

http://library.thinkquest.org/18709/data/Type.html

now you are ready to add p and v
Now you are ready to add P and V

P

You strike the P key with your right pinky.

V

You strike the V key with your left index.

click on the links to practice
Click on the links to practice….

http://www.davis.k12.ut.us/cjh/appliedtech/business/keyboarding/d14_P_and_V.htm

http://www.powertyping.com/qwerty/lessonsq.html

http://www.sense-lang.org/typing/tutor/lessons.php?lang=EN&lesson=13

http://www.kenston.k12.oh.us/kms/8th_grade_keyboarding/P_and_V.htm

http://www.nimblefingers.com/j_applet2/WordWackerApplet.html

let s move on to q and keys
Let’s move on to Q and , keys

http://www.nimblefingers.com/j_applet2/WordWackerApplet.html

http://www.nimblefingers.com/j_applet2/WordWackerApplet.html

http://www.nimblefingers.com/j_applet2/WordWackerApplet.html

http://www.kenston.k12.oh.us/kms/8th_grade_keyboarding/Review_4.htm

now to z and colon
Now to Z and colon

http://www.kenston.k12.oh.us/kms/8th_grade_keyboarding/Z_and_Colon.htm

http://www.nimblefingers.com/j_applet3/WordWackerApplet.html

http://www.powertyping.com/qwerty/lessonsq.html

http://www.davis.k12.ut.us/cjh/appliedtech/business/keyboarding/d13_M_and_X.htm

moving on to caps lock and
Moving on to CAPS LOCK and ?

http://www.kenston.k12.oh.us/kms/8th_grade_keyboarding/Caps_Question_Mark.htm

http://www.nimblefingers.com/j_applet3/WordWackerApplet.html

http://www.powertyping.com/baracuda/baracuda.htm