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Keyboarding is a staple in school curricula. In the past, it has been taught at the middle school and high school levels by business teachers. It has been a separate course which involved learning the motoric skills of typing as well as formatting skills in writing reports and various forms of correspondence (Erthal, 1998; Rogers, 2006). Today the majority of school districts introduce students to keyboarding basics in elementary school. Teaching keyboarding/typing in the elementary classroom is nothing new.
This research aims to know the effectiveness of rapid typing software and module in improving students typing skills. The program of Automatic Expertise and Office Governance requires students to be able to master typing skills. The population of the study was 62 students of class X OTKP 1 and OTKP 2 in SMK N 7 Yogyakarta. Samples were 30 students of class X OTKP 2 and the class selection used simple random sampling technique. The data collection methods were text typing skills documentations and Multivariate Analysis of Variance (MANOVA) test method was used for the data analysis. The simultaneous test results show the significance of 0.000 < 0.05, it means all variables have a significant influence on typing skills. While the test results partially indicate that the rapid typing software and module only have a significant influence on the sub competence of typing speed, but no impact on the accuracy of typing. Based on these findings it can be concluded that rapid typing softwa...
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Fine motor skills like typing involve a mapping problem that trades Fitts' law against Hick's law. Eight fingers have to be mapped onto 26 keys. Movement time increases with distance, so Fitts' law is optimized by recruiting more fingers. Choice difficulty increases with the number of alternatives, so Hick's law is optimized by recruiting fewer fingers. The effect of the number of alternatives decreases with consistent practice, so skilled typists achieve a balance between Fitts' law and Hick's law through learning. We tested this hypothesis by comparing standard typists who use the standard QWERTY mapping consistently with nonstandard typists who use fewer fingers less consistently. Typing speed and accuracy were lower for nonstandard typists, especially when visual guidance was reduced by removing the letters from the keys or covering the keyboard. Regression analyses showed that accommodation to Fitts' law (number of fingers) and Hick's law (consis...
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This article describes the problems of computer keyboard use among university-level EFL students. Teachers need to be aware that using computers in their classes and assigning computer-based work may involve a number of inherent problems where keyboarding is concerned. In order to use a computer keyboard effectively, students need to acquire complex skills which take time and practice to develop.
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Children spend a large proportion of their school day engaged in tasks that require manual dexterity. If children experience difficulties with their manual dexterity skills it can have a consequential effect on their academic achievement. The first aim of this paper was to explore whether an online interactive typing intervention could improve children's scores on a standardised measure of manual dexterity. The second aim was to implement a serial reaction time tapping task as an index of children's finger movement learning, and to see whether performance on this task would improve after the intervention. Seventy-eight typically developing children aged between 8 and 10 were tested at their school on the pre-intervention Movement Assessment Battery for Children (2nd edition; MABC-2) and tapping tasks. Twenty-eight of these children volunteered to be randomly allocated to the intervention or control group. Children in the intervention group had a choice of two online games to...
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The proposed work explores a wearable messaging device that uses embedded technology for visually impaired person. The data input functionalities used in a hand glove based keyboard of existing technologies. The hand –mounted keypad is user friendly to the visually impaired and is easily adaptable. No prior knowledge is required to handle this hand mounted wearable device. The key glove is a prototype that enables users to have total functionality of a keyboard in one hand. Key glove is attached with alpha numeric keypad buttons are mounted in fingers. To generate key press codes by touching combination of buttons. These buttons are mounted in fingers and the combination of two finger can be used to generate character. Compared to existing work that uses multi sensor contacts, the proposed work increases the character set using finger contact combination. The hand mounted keypad can be interfaced with any kind of display device. It can be used for visually impaired person to send me...
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In this paper, we compare writing processes for twenty second year university students who participated in two different simulated, keyboard, writing tasks: a spontaneous writing task (FB, writing a Facebook message to a friend) and a planned writing task (ES, a short essay writing task). The main aim of this study is to determine to what extent these are truly different writing tasks as experienced by the students and whether there is any evidence that different writing processes are involved. We also consider keyboard efficiency as a factor in digital writing processes. Our findings suggest that the more informal the language production context, the more likely we are to find a primarily linear writing process. Also, a high degree of attention to accuracy at the point of inscription can lead to a more linear writing process even in more formal writing contexts.
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The main aim of this study was to estimate the digraph costs (interkey-stroke times) based on the digraph (two consecutive keys) tapping rates for the optimization of keyboard layouts considering the touch typing principles. The study also investigated the effects of column, row, hand and period on digraph-tapping rate. For the purpose, a laboratory experiment was performed with seven subjects using a conventional keyboard. Digraph-tapping rates of a total of 241 same hand digraphs were recorded for a duration of 2-min. The interkey-stroke times were calculated as the digraph costs for the same hand digraphs using the estimated mean digraph-tapping rates. The different hand digraph costs were calculated based on the same hand digraph costs and the results of a previous study. The results indicated significant column, row, hand and period effect on the digraph-tapping rate. Using the digraph costs and the digraph frequencies of the considered language in a quadratic assignment problem, an optimal touch typing keyboard layout can be developed to satisfy all but one of Dvorak's touch typing criteria. As an application, an optimal keyboard layout, called Turkish I-layout, is developed for Turkish language. The comparison results between I and existing Turkish F and Q layouts showed that the I-layout is superior both according to the results of the optimization and Dvorak's criteria. Relevance to industry: Optimal and ergonomic keyboard layouts improve typing performance and reduce the likelihood of upper extremity disorders. The digraph-tapping rates estimated through this study are essential for the development of such layouts.
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20 Typing Activities for Middle School Students
June 21, 2022 // by Josilyn Markel
Full-blown touch typing is a necessary skill in this day and age, and many middle schools teach aspects of typing to students as young as sixth grade. By helping students build confidence through typing tests and quality typing programs, students can acquire and apply this important skill throughout their middle school years and beyond.
Here are twenty great resources to help your middle schoolers thrive while they learn this extremely important skill for students.
Tools for Teaching Students How to Type
1. introductory typing test.
This typing test is a great place to start since it gives you a sense of your student's skill level and basic typing skills before they even start any typing exercises. You can use it as a pre-test and post-test at the beginning and end of the semester to track your students' typing progress.
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2. Online Typing Training Course
This program includes all of the lessons and activities to help students acquire the skills of touch typing and typing fluency. There are several modules that start from the very basics and continue until mastery of this important skill for students.
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3. Typing Paragraphs for Speed
This online activity is designed to help students speed up their practice of typing. The goal is to type all the sentences and/or paragraphs as quickly as possible; guidance for accuracy is also provided.
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4. Typing Paragraphs for Accuracy
Accuracy is the main focus of these online typing lessons. The main goal is to offer keyboard typing practice that emphasizes the importance of hitting the right keys every time. The focus is removed from speed and centered on accuracy.
5. Online Touch Typing Courses
With this resource, kids can get individualized online typing tutorials for their touch typing skills. The program and tutors recognize that touch typing is an extremely important skill for students, so they are committed to helping kids learn to type with top speeds and accuracy.
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This online school typing tutor takes students from the very beginning levels of typing all the way through advanced typing tests. The approach features interactive typing exercises and immediate feedback to help your students learn quickly and effectively.
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7. Inspiration and Educational Explanation
This article is a great jumping-off point that explores the importance and related developmental skills associated with teaching kids how to touch type. It's a complete learning typing file that also offers some helpful resources.
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8. Theoretical Background
This article explores the importance of teaching children how to type. You'll learn how and why it extends far beyond the basic keyboarding skill, and how these skills can positively impact other areas of your students' lives!
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Printable Typing Activities
9. top row coloring sheet.
This printable features a friendly alien who helps students remember all of the letters along the top row of a keyboard.
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10. Keyboarding Practice Worksheet
This is a handy paper where students can take notes and practice resting their fingers in the proper position on the keyboard. It's also great for practicing outside the typing center or computer lab.
11. Keyboard Shortcuts Poster
This poster is a great way to teach and reinforce the shortcuts that make touch typing even easier. It's also a useful resource for students to refer to while they're in the middle of typing class, or while they're completing assignments with word processing software.
12. Parts of a Keyboard Display
This resource can help you teach and remind students about the different parts of the computer keyboard. It's a useful tool for introducing and reinforcing the vocabulary related to keyboarding and touch typing.
13. Handy Tips for Better Speed and Accuracy
This handout covers the top tips to help students improve their speed and accuracy while typing. The suggestions also apply to advanced-level typists, so you might be able to benefit from the advice, too!
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Online Typing Games and Activities for Students
14. alphabetic rain.
This is one of the most familiar typing games, where you have to type the correct letter before it crashes to the ground. This is a great way to drill and solidify patterns needed for strong keyboard skills, plus it's a fun way for students to practice typing exercises.
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15. Mavis Typing Tomb Adventure
This game for students is really exciting. It combines an engaging adventure with activities to drill typing abilities. Students can have fun while they improve their touch typing skills!
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16. Save the Sailboats
This game features different difficulty levels that allow the teacher and/or the students to customize how fast the game goes. It's perfect for primary students because it is easy to play and the context is very familiar.
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17. Games from KidzType
Most of the games on this site correspond directly to a specific row or lesson, so learners can progress through the different games and levels as their skills continue to improve. There are fun games for all interests and levels.
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18. Typing with Race Cars
This game features a high-speed race that is meant to help students improve both speed and accuracy as they type. It's also a great way to encourage a bit of friendly competition in the typing classroom.
19. QWERTY Town
This series of integrated tutorials and games take students from beginner level to advanced level while also promoting fun! It's a comprehensive approach that incorporates gamification to keep students engaged throughout each lesson.
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20. Outer Space Fleet Commander
This game is a callback to classic arcade games like "Space Invaders." Students have to quickly type the correct letters and words so that they can protect the planet. It's an exciting time!
How to type and write on PDF files on Windows 10.
Adding text to PDFs can be a challenge, but there’s an easy solution. Find out how you can type on any PDF file on Windows 10.
Imagine you’re working on your PC when you receive an urgent PDF form that you need to fill out , but Windows 10 doesn’t include the tools you need to write on PDFs as default. What should you do?
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Another option for editing a PDF on this operating system is to convert the PDF into a Word file.
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It’s just as easy to complete many other PDF tasks using Acrobat online. You can add sticky notes and annotations to PDFs, mark up text, and even convert your PDF files to different file formats, such as image or Word files.
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English Typing Book PDF download
English typing book pdf download- Hello everyone in this article we are going to discuss about the typing practice book pdf download. In various competitive or government job examinations there are typing test required to finally qualify the examination.
Typing can’t be learned in one day, it requires practice or daily practice. Students who are appearing for those examinations in which typing test is mandatory, one should start their typing test preparation with exams preparation because it required time to learn time with speed.
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Here, we will provide you the best book for learning typewriting, type examination and competition. This typing practice book is available in hindi mangal inscript and kruti dev.
It is very useful to learn typing with a step wise step guide that aids you to learn fast. Aspirants who want to learn typing can also refer to this book for their better practice.
Here, in this article we will provide you the free pdf of this typing book pdf. Candidates who want to download this book can download from the below available link.
It is highly recommended to the students to refer to a hard copy of this book, it can be purchased from a local book store or can also be bought from online.
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Typewriter parts list
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How to Write on a PDF Document
May 15, 2023 by Hung Nguyen
When you need to write or type on a PDF online, Smallpdf has got you covered, regardless of whether you’re using a PC, laptop, or mobile.
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It is web based and highly effective. TypingClub is (and will always be) free for both individuals and schools. There is an optional paid school edition.
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