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Come scrivere velocemente senza guardare la tastiera del pc - Very Tech Quello che vorresti imparare a fare è una precisa tecnica utilizzata in dattilografia. Questa, chiamata "scrittura a tastiera cieca", è una tecnica che consiste nell'utilizzo delle tastiere senza osservarle e memorizzando la posizione di ogni tasto. Memorizzando la corretta posizione delle mani ed impegnandoti in un continuo esercizio raggiungerai velocità di battitura considerevoli e potrai scrivere velocemente e senza guardare la tastiera del tuo pc. 1 Per prima cosa, iniziamo con l'osservare attentamente l'immagine in alto. I colori sulle dita delle due mani e quelli sulla tastiera indicano il "raggio di azione" di ogni dito. Le dita delle due mani (tranne i pollici ai quali compete la barra di spazio e che restano volanti in attesa di usarla) vengono posizionate sui "tasti pilota" che, nella tastiera alfanumerica QWERTY, corrispondono alle lettere ASDF per la mano sinistra e a JKLO' per la mano destra. 2 L'utilizzo dei pollici è estremamente semplice ma importante.
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Keyboarding Sites for Kids While there is a plethora of great keyboarding software out there to buy, there are times when you’d just like to go online for some quick and easy practice. Below are some great sites that will get your fingers flying across the home-row in no time. → Dance Mat Typing Dance Mat Typing, from the BBC, is a great program for beginning typers. → Keybr Quick, basic, and easy to use. → Power Typing PowerTyping is a free online typing tutor for Qwerty – US standard 101 keyboard and Dvorak keyboard. → E-Learning for Kids E-Learning for Kids has a space theme that makes it fun for kids to practice their keyboarding skills. → TyperShark Great graphics, a map, killer sharks attacking you. → Learning Games for Kids 12 different keyboarding games can be found at Learning Games for Kids that are all high-interest and get kids motivated about becoming better typists. → Fun to Type Fun to Type is a game-based keyboarding site that is high interest and allows students to practice individual letters. → UpBeat
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Summary of the lesson This task tests how quickly the pupils can write out an alphabet (or section of text or spellings) on the keyboard. Most pupils in KS1 will know their letters and using this knowledge to write using a keyboard is essential in using IT in the classroom. The task is presented as a challenge and pupils can compete against each other. Teachers can extend the lesson to help pupils find other keys used in simple word-processing programmes such as backspace and punctuation. Objectives To enable pupils to enter text more easily by becoming aware of the position of letters and characters on the keyboard. Learning outcomes Pupils should be able to write text on a keyboard quicker. Prior learning required Pupils should know how to correct their work. Timings This lesson can be carried out with a whole class if there are enough computers for one between two or possibly three if the pupils take turns. Most pupils will want to play this game in pairs for around 10 to 15 minutes.
Pico proiettori, un'alternativa economica alla LIM. Vi consiglio la lettura di un articolo apparso su laricerca.loescher.it, dal titolo Goodbye LIM. Marco Guastavigna, il collega autore dell’articolo, partendo dalle osservazioni critiche sulle politiche scolastiche italiane contenute nel rapporto OCSE, ed in special modo quelle collegate al progetto Scuola Digitale, fornisce un dato che farebbe accapponare la pelle a qualunque insegnante: se il trend rimanesse quello attuale, per arrivare ai livelli del Regno Unito, dove otto aule su dieci sono corredate di LIM, ci vorrebbero ben 15 anni. Non uno virgola cinque, ma quindici. Un pico proiettore è in tutto e per tutto un proiettore che, a differenza degli esemplari più grandi, ha dimensioni che vanno dal pacchetto di sigarette, fino al libro tascabile. Generalmente non hanno grandissime risoluzioni (quindi scordatevi l’HD), ma rimarrete stupiti nel sapere che un oggetto così piccolo riesce a proiettare su uno schermo da 100 pollici.
The Foos This browser does not support the Unity3D web player which is required to play the full version of The Foos with Foo Studio. You may use another browser, such as Firefox or Safari or play The Foos light version in any browser. If you are trying to play on a school computer, please contact your district technical support team and ask them to give all of your computers permission to download the Unity3D browser plugin. This will give you full access to THE FOOs. The Foos uses the Unity3D Web Player which runs on: Windows Xp/Vista/7/8/10: Internet Explorer, Firefox, Safari and Opera Mac OSX 10.6 or newer: Safari and Firefox The Foos is also available on iTunes, Google Play, and Kindle Fire