Left-hand typing rules for lesson 2
The character "g" can be typed by pressing the key "G" while holding the keys Alt and Shift. We press the keyboard key "G" by moving the finger from the key "F" to "G".
After typing the letters, the left-hand fingers should naturally return to their base position in the keyboard home row (where the CapsLock key is located).
Right-hand typing for lesson 2
The character "h" can be typed by pressing the key "H" while holding the keys Alt and Shift. We press the keyboard key "H" by moving the finger from the key "J" to "H".
After typing the letters, the right-hand fingers should naturally return to their base position on the keyboard.
Moving fingers from the keyboard home row
When practicing touch typing, you learn to type with all 10 fingers. It involves efficiently moving fingers from the keyboard home row to other rows, which is a skill that significantly enhances typing speed and accuracy. When individuals engage in touch typing and come across a key outside the home row, they smoothly and instinctively guide their fingers to the appropriate key and return them to the home row when done. This seamless transition between rows ensures minimal disruption to the typing flow, as their fingers maintain a strong reference point on the home row. Mastering this technique is pivotal in achieving proficiency in touch typing, as it enables users to effortlessly navigate the entire keyboard layout while keeping their eyes focused on the screen, ultimately enhancing both speed and precision.