Though typing/keyboarding class
is generally listed as an elective, in today’s age of technology keyboarding is
an essential life skill! Computers—and thus the skill of keyboarding—are indispensable.
Regardless of your high schooler’s previous exposure to keyboarding, this
practical book begins with the basics to provide the foundation for excellent
technique from which speed and accuracy flow. Text may be used for up to three
semesters of instruction!—two semesters of keyboarding (chap. 1–8) and one
semester of document processing (chap. 9–12). Applies keyboarding skills to an
office setting or academic assignments. Gr. 10–12.
Clear explanation and constant
and step-by-step instructions clearly explain proper posture and finger and arm
positions. Instruction starts with “home row” keys, adding only one or two keys
at a time and constantly reinforcing previous learning. Regular reviews prepare
your teen for tests.
No typing stand needed! A built-in design feature allows
the book to stand alone vertically on a desktop. The top spiral binding makes
the page stay flat.
Integration of biblical
principles and character training. Besides heeding instruction, your teen will be taught
principles of time management, attention to detail as he is trained in
proofreading (including learning proofreading marks), care for the appearance
of his work, and organization—valuable life skills!
No special software or hardware
needed. In a
time when computer programs are outdated almost as fast as they are written,
every effort has been made to give you clear and concise instruction that is
not dependent on any particular program.
Quality, practical content for
Your teen will look forward to proofreading just to see the fascinating
information he has typed! Exercises include humorous sayings, intriguing facts,
character-building thoughts and quotations, Bible passages, and typical content
that he could expect to encounter in an academic or business setting from a
Christian camp to a corporation.
Formatting according to
Document formatting skills are taught based on what is commonly accepted and
used in professional settings: the Gregg
Reference Manual for business documents and Turabian and Modern Language
Association guidelines for academic projects.
Keyboarding & Document Processing Solution Key
Keyboarding & Document Processing Teacher Guide/Solution Key
Keyboarding Quiz and Test Book
Document Processing Quiz and Test Book