Lesson Plans
Computer 7 1st Q 02.03 Lesson Plans
Week: 09/09/2002 Instructor: Deb Kuehl Academics
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Monday:
Keyboarding in the computer lab. One paragraph consisting of 4-6 complete sentences will be word processed. A rough draft of an autobiography will be typed for Language Arts class. Practice drills on the keyboard, hand positioning and posture will be stressed to enhance proper form.
Tuesday:
Keyboarding in the computer lab. One paragraph consisting of 4-6 complete sentences will be word processed. A rough draft of an autobiography will be typed for Language Arts class. Practice drills on the keyboard, hand positioning and posture will be stressed to enhance proper form.
Wednesday:
A timed test for keyboarding, on speed and accuracy.
A final copy of the one paragraph autobiography will be word processed.
Thursday:
A timed test for keyboarding, on speed and accuracy.
A final copy of the one paragraph autobiography will be word processed.
Friday:
Students will be asked to create a spreadsheet for an event. They may experiment with figures and columns.
Monday:
Keyboarding in the computer lab. One paragraph consisting of 4-6 complete sentences will be owrd processed. A rough draft of an autobiography will be typed for Language Arts class. Practice drills on the keyboard, hand positioning and posture will be stressed to enhance proper form.
Tuesday:
Keyboarding in the computer lab. One paragraph consisting of 4-6 complete sentences will be word processed. A rough draft of an autobiography will be typed for Language Arts class. Practice drills on the keyboard, hand positioning and posture will be stressed to enhance proper form.
Wednesday:
A timed test for keyboarding, on speed and accuracy.
A final copy of the one paragraph autobiography will be word processed.
Thursday:
A timed test for keyboarding, on speed and accuracy.
A final copy of the one paragraph autobiography will be word processed.
Friday:
Students will be asked to create a spreadsheet for an event. They may experiment with figures and columns.
 
 
 
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