Tuesday, October 5 :: Let's see what you remember!
C: Voice Level 2 (only the people next to you can hear you and no shouting across the room)
H: Ask your team, elbow partner or raise hand
A: Work on the assignment
M: Stay in your assigned seat
P: Work till assignment is completed
S: Finishing your work
Beginner: O, B and A Keys :: Due THURSDAY, October 7 :: 10 Points
1. Log in to typing.com
2. Click Lessons
3. On Beginner Tab, Click Beginner: O, B and A Keys (this is due THURSDAY, October 7): 10 Pts.
4. Begin Typing (Please DO NOT GO PAST THIS LESSON! It will RESET if you do!)
NOTE!!! No late TYPING will be accepted!!!!
If you are finished or waiting, work on Clever!
Students click on the Clever icon on the desktop
Sign in using the username & password (same as logging into computer)
Click on the square that says iReady
Continue until time is up!
Lessons have been assigned to them based on their diagnostic test results both in Math and Reading. Within each lesson are brain break games. The district is pushing a goal of 45 minutes per week on Online Lessons in ELA and 45 minutes per week in Math to close the gaps found in the diagnostic. Math and ELA are providing some of that time during the week, but not all.
A computer keyboard is one of the primary input devices used with a computer. Similar to an electric typewriter, a keyboard is composed of buttons that create letters, numbers, and symbols, as well as perform other functions. The following sections provide more in-depth information and answers to some of the more frequently asked questions about the keyboard.
The name comes from the order of the first six keys on the top left letter row of the keyboard ( Q W E R T Y ). The QWERTY design is based on a layout created for the Sholes and Glidden typewriter and sold to E. Remington and Sons in 1873.
QWERTY keyboard layout
Below is a close up image of a QWERTY computer keyboard with each of the keys selectable.
Take a few minutes to look over your keyboard.
Now let's flip the keyboard over!
Put your name and period number on the paper.
Now fill in the keys as many as you can remember!
WHEN YOU ARE DONE...
Go to Typing.com
Take a 5 MINUTE TYPING TEST!
Yes one more!!!