MR.Dave Raven .i m ehsan i read and see the vidoes of almina tayping method em realy impressd .mr dave after 29 days i have an tayping test for job and at this time my tayping speed is nothing please please sugest me what i can do????can adop almena method or any other?????
Thank you for purchasing the Almena Download, Thank you for lettings know your email was incorrect. We have sent you another link so you can download your product. Enjoy the learning experience, make sure you know the keyboard finger by finger before beginning the typing lessons. This will really help you get off to a good start.
I am currently trying the Almena method as part of a refresher course with 9th graders. So far, so good! I think the students are enjoying it too, as it helps them to remember where the keys are without having to look. They are used to looking because they have been typing since they were 3! ?
My impression is the educational system is at a loss on how to teach keyboarding quickly. We know that traditional touch typing methods take weeks and months to learn using AAA SSSS DDD boring drills and all other typing training is based on the traditional method.
On July 25, 1888, an American man, Frank Edward McGurrin, who was reportedly the only person using touch typing at the time, won a decisive victory over Louis Traub (operating Caligraph with eight-finger method) in a typing contest held in Cincinnati. The results were displayed on the front pages of many newspapers. McGurrin won US$500 (equivalent to $13,304 in 2019 USD) and popularized the new typing method.
Touch typing is contrasted to search and peck, also known as hunt-and-peck or two-fingered typing. Instead of relying on the memorized position of keys, the typist finds each key by sight and moves their finger over to press it, usually the index finger of their dominant hand. This method is considered inferior as not only is it slower than touch typing, the typist would have to have their fingers travel a greater distance.
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