Students will complete 2 or more timed simulations, as a practice on Monday and Tuesday to help them prepare for the their Certification Exam on Wednesday.

D. Learning Extensions Lesson reflections (projects) are used to reinforce prior skills learned as student progress in the course and as they transition from middle to high school. These learning tools will enable students to apply basic life skills to their young adult life in college and beyond.

Project - Typing Speed - HS Students

Students in grades 9, 10, 11, and 12 who have been practicing keyboarding for several years are at an advantage because keyboarding is a cumulative skill. Students at this level should be practicing a few times a week in a typing program such as Type to Learn or Typing Club.

They should be using keyboarding skills for most of their assignments. Students should be able to type faster than they can write their assignment. A general goal of speed is 5 words per minute per grade level, or 35-45 words for grades 6-8.

Students at this level should have the keyboard memorized. Students will have several attempts to practice their typing skills by accessing the typing games below. Students with a 45 pm will receive their certificate at the end of the quarter.

Practice Typing Lesson link is below (unlimited - games). Typing Certificates (GOAL: 5 min. - 45 wpm) will be presented at the end of the semester, as well as MOS Certificate for students that score 700+ on their Exam. Typing Test Date changed - (Wed.) 3/23/2016 during Bell Ringer.

___________________________________ TUESDAY A.Bell Ringer Lesson reflections (projects) are used to reinforce prior skills learned as student progress in the course and as they transition from middle to high school. These learning tools will enable students to apply basic life skills to their young adult life in college and beyond.

Project - Typing Speed - HS Students

Students in grades 9, 10, 11, and 12 who have been practicing keyboarding for several years are at an advantage because keyboarding is a cumulative skill. Students at this level should be practicing a few times a week in a typing program such as Type to Learn or Typing Club.

They should be using keyboarding skills for most of their assignments. Students should be able to type faster than they can write their assignment. A general goal of speed is 5 words per minute per grade level, or 35-45 words for grades 6-8.

Students at this level should have the keyboard memorized. Students will have several attempts to practice their typing skills by accessing the typing games below. Students with a 45 pm will receive their certificate at the end of the quarter.

Practice Typing Lesson link is below (unlimited - games). Typing Certificates (GOAL: 5 min. - 45 wpm) will be presented at the end of the semester, as well as MOS Certificate for students that score 700+ on their Exam. Typing Test Date changed - 3/23/2016 during Bell Ringer.

Students will complete 2 or more timed simulations, as a practice on Monday and Tuesday to help them prepare for the their Certification Exam on Wednesday.

Students will complete 2 or more timed simulations, as a practice on Monday and Tuesday to help them prepare for the their Certification Exam on Wednesday.

Everyone has to pass the exam (to pass the class).

Students will reference the MOS Skills to be measured. They will refer to their pdf (step-by-step / guided practice) and GCFLearnfree to prepare for the exam. Students that pass today's exam will test for the next level (Expert1/Expert2).

Those that do not score a 700+ are expected to review using the exam review link: MOS Word 2013 Exam Review.

Those score a 700+ are expected to review using the exam review link:Expert 1 Review

Those score a 700+ on the Expert 1 are expected to review using the exam review link:Expert 2 Review

E. Learning Extension Lesson reflections (projects) are used to reinforce prior skills learned as student progress in the course and as they transition from middle to high school. These learning tools will enable students to apply basic life skills to their young adult life in college and beyond.

Project - Typing Speed - HS Students

Students in grades 9, 10, 11, and 12 who have been practicing keyboarding for several years are at an advantage because keyboarding is a cumulative skill. Students at this level should be practicing a few times a week in a typing program such as Type to Learn or Typing Club.

They should be using keyboarding skills for most of their assignments. Students should be able to type faster than they can write their assignment. A general goal of speed is 5 words per minute per grade level, or 35-45 words for grades 6-8.

Students at this level should have the keyboard memorized. Students will have several attempts to practice their typing skills by accessing the typing games below. Students with a 45 pm will receive their certificate at the end of the quarter.

Practice Typing Lesson link is below (unlimited - games). Typing Certificates (GOAL: 5 min. - 45 wpm) will be presented at the end of the semester, as well as MOS Certificate for students that score 700+ on their Exam. Typing Test Date changed - 3/23/2016 during Bell Ringer.

D. Learning Extensions Lesson reflections (projects) are used to reinforce prior skills learned as student progress in the course and as they transition from middle to high school. These learning tools will enable students to apply basic life skills to their young adult life in college and beyond.

Project - Typing Speed - HS Students

Students in grades 9, 10, 11, and 12 who have been practicing keyboarding for several years are at an advantage because keyboarding is a cumulative skill. Students at this level should be practicing a few times a week in a typing program such as Type to Learn or Typing Club.

They should be using keyboarding skills for most of their assignments. Students should be able to type faster than they can write their assignment. A general goal of speed is 5 words per minute per grade level, or 35-45 words for grades 6-8.

Students at this level should have the keyboard memorized. Students will have several attempts to practice their typing skills by accessing the typing games below. Students with a 45 pm will receive their certificate at the end of the quarter.

Practice Typing Lesson link is below (unlimited - games). Typing Certificates (GOAL: 5 min. - 45 wpm) will be presented at the end of the semester, as well as MOS Certificate for students that score 700+ on their Exam. Typing Test Date changed - 3/23/2016 during Bell Ringer.

Everyone has to pass the exam (to pass the class).

Students will reference the MOS Skills to be measured. They will refer to their pdf (step-by-step / guided practice) and GCFLearnfree to prepare for the exam. Students that pass today's exam will test for the next level (Expert1/Expert2).

Those that do not score a 700+ are expected to review using the exam review link: MOS Word 2013 Exam Review.

D. Learning Extensions Lesson reflections (projects) are used to reinforce prior skills learned as student progress in the course and as they transition from middle to high school. These learning tools will enable students to apply basic life skills to their young adult life in college and beyond.

Project - Typing Speed - HS Students

Students in grades 9, 10, 11, and 12 who have been practicing keyboarding for several years are at an advantage because keyboarding is a cumulative skill. Students at this level should be practicing a few times a week in a typing program such as Type to Learn or Typing Club.

They should be using keyboarding skills for most of their assignments. Students should be able to type faster than they can write their assignment. A general goal of speed is 5 words per minute per grade level, or 35-45 words for grades 6-8.

Students at this level should have the keyboard memorized. Students will have several attempts to practice their typing skills by accessing the typing games below. Students with a 45 pm will receive their certificate at the end of the quarter.

Practice Typing Lesson link is below (unlimited - games). Typing Certificates (GOAL: 5 min. - 45 wpm) will be presented at the end of the semester, as well as MOS Certificate for students that score 700+ on their Exam. Typing Test Date changed - 3/23/2016 during Bell Ringer.