So they do not develop bad habits that are hard to break.
Touch typing allows you to key much faster and you don't tire as quickly.
Improves writing and spelling abilities.
All of the above.
Looking down at your fingers.
Looking at the copy (what you need to type).
At your friend across the room
Here and there
Good technique- Wrists are straight and in a good position.
Bad technique- Wrists are resting on the table.
Good technique- Wrists are slightly above the keyboard/computer.
None of the above
Wrapped around the legs of your chair.
Flat on the floor in front of you.
Underneath you. (You're sitting on them.)
You should always be standing.
Slouching slightly forward.
Sitting up straight.
Leaning backward so that you have to reach for the keyboard.
Lying on the bed or floor.
Rest your fingers lightly on the home row and reach with your hands and wrists to type.
Rest your fingers lightly on the QWERTY keys and reach with your fingers to type.
Rest your fingers lightly on the home row and reach with your fingers to type.
Rest your fingers lightly on the space bar and reach with your fingers to type.
Here's an interesting quiz for you.