Basic Computer Skills is not a software program. It is an easy-to-use textbook series designed to teach students how the use the software already on your school's computer. If your school uses Microsoft Works R, ClarisWorks R, and Microsoft Office R, then this program is perfect for your classroom. Both teachers and students alike will learn Computer Basics, Keyboarding, Word Processing, Graphics and Multimedia, Spreadsheet, Database, and Internet and Electronic Reference at every grade level K-6. A complete textbook introduction to the power of the computer. Features: Age-appropriate step-by-step lessons allow students to work on their own after a brief lesson introduction by the teacher. Fifteen minute lessons fit easily into the school day Levels K-1 contain 36 one-page lessons specially designed for use with non-readers. Even teacher aides or parent volunteers can use these lessons to teach the youngest students basic computer use Levels 2-6 contain 72 one-page lessons. Basic skill review lessons in Levels 3-6 ensure all students are retaining information Vocabulary words in blue familiarize students with computer terms Each level has a different skill emphasis and degree of difficulty Work with your school's own software Teaches and encourages good keyboarding habits Adaptable for single-space or multi-computer classrooms or labs Built-in easel props book up next to computer Additional practice provided for each lesson in the Blackline Master Practice Book Incorporates Paws R in Typing Town! (Grades 3-6) and Key Mates TM (Grades K-2) software for extra keyboard practice
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Book Description McGraw-Hill Inc.,US, 2000. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 002683894X