To the right of the monitor and keyboard.
To the left of the monitor and keyboard.
Directly in front of the keyboard.
In any position where it can be read.
Move forward and back as each key is struck.
Move from side to side as each key is struck.
Remain relatively stationary as each key is struck.
Be raised and lowered as each key is struck.
Left little finger
Right pinky finger
Reasonably erect in front of the keyboard
Leaning over the keyboard
Slightly to the right of the keyboard
Slightly to the left of the keyboard
Slow deliberate strokes
Slow, down-and-in motion
Quick, snappy strokes
Any comfortable stroke
Watching the keys most of the time
Watching the screen most of the time
Reading copy, then watching the keys
Keeping your eyes on the copy most of the time
Touching the frame of the keyboard
Low but not touching the frame of the keyboard
Curved over keyboard
The fairly straight
One arm higher than the other
Feet hanging loosely
Touch ENTER, keep finger on ENTER key
Touch ENTER, return finger to semicolon
Touch Enter, return hand to function keys
Touch ENTER, return hand to home keys
To be comfortable
To please the teacher
To prevent errors
To protect your body