Learners will receive direct instruction and practice in the area of basic word processing skills. The learners will gain knowledge about how to input text, move the cursor, add spaces, erase typed information, and save and print documents during this engaging and interactive digital lesson.
Estimated Time:12 minutes
Score Type:Automatically Graded
Available Languages: English, Spanish
Vocabulary: capitalization, close, cursor, end punctuation, erase, exclamation point, exit, file, input, lowercase, open, period, printing, question mark, save, spacing, text, word processing
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This lesson presents basic sentence structure concepts, such as starting with a capital letter and ending with punctuation. You might want to reinforce how certain punctuation is used to write telling sentences, questions, and strong feeling sentences.
This lesson presents the idea of using arrow keys to move up, down, left, and right. You might want to practice these directions with the class before they take the lesson.
This lesson refers to the word File starting with the letter F, the word Close starting with the letter C, and the word Exit starting with the letter E. You might want to review the letters F, C, and E before students take the lesson.