Learn How To Type In Just 20 Minutes
The Almena Method√•¬® is an innovative method that teaches all the principles of writing, speed building and computer keyboard touch typing in One Easy Lesson. Simple, effective & Fast - learn the keyboard in just 20 minutes! It is a proven application and is the primary teaching tool for computer keyboard typing skills. This program is for young children and elementary schools. Students will learn all 26 letters of the alphabet in one quick easy lesson along with practice lessons to develop speed and accuracy. This program is different from the standard style of mastering the home-row and moving throughout the rest of the keyboard learning the keys. Almena King developed a series of mnemonic jingles to assist in remembering the key locations. Once students learn these jingles, they can recite them to remember where to find the letters. It also includes a number of lessons that students can use to practice keying the letters they have learned using the jingle, including assessment tests to gauge student progress. Acclaimed as an outstanding contributor in the field of education and training, Almena's program is a powerful force allowing teacher and student training - quickly and easily. This version is ideal for Elementary schools. Teaches: All 26 letters in one 20 minute lesson! Easy to follow accuracy development drills. Uses mnemonics & memory techniques that guarantee fast results. Techniques for achieving high speeds with speed tests. Almena King - The Almena Method√•¬® was created by Almena King, a life-long educator and officially released at the University of London Institute of Education. The tremendous success of Almena's program led to the British Government's Basic Skill Unit piloting, approving and naming it "The Almena Method√•¬®." Today, thousands of students have used and are using The Almena Method√•¬®. Almena has been the recipient of several Awards including a Commendation from former Mayer of Los Angeles ‚Ä∞√õ√í Tom Bradley for ‚Ä∞√õ√èsimplicity, effectiveness‚Ä∞€ù... She was also nominated as ‚Ä∞√õ√èan outstanding contributor in the field of education and training‚Ä∞€ù, by The American Association of Training and Development.