Typing Technique for Beginner
This typing technique is applied for beginner only, used to remember the keyboard layout if you’ve already known how to typing. Skip this article and find other challenge typing texts at MasteringTyping.com
The fastest way to type is to touch type (type without looking at the keyboard) with all 10 fingers. Period. If you are a 2, 4 or 6 finger hunt-and-pecker, this is where it ends. By following those simple steps, you will be on your way to touch typing at 50 to 100+ words per minute
The starting position for your fingers is called the home row. This is where your fingers live.
The fingers on your left hand go on the A, S, D & F keys, while the fingers on your right hand go on the J, K, L & ; keys. Both of your thumbs should rest on the big space bar at the bottom.
Next, you have to memorize which fingers are responsible for the other keys. But, don’t worry, it’s really easy to remember. Each finger is responsible for the keys directly above and below it. In addition, the index fingers are also responsible for the keys directly beside it.
The Quick Brown Fox
There’s something very special about this particular sentence. Can you guess what it is?
“The quick brown fox jumps over the lazy dog” is an English-language pangram—a phrase that contains all of the letters of the alphabet. It is commonly used for touch-typing practice. It is also used to test typewriters and computer keyboards, show fonts, and other applications involving all of the letters in the English alphabet. Owing to its brevity and coherence, it has become widely known.
This makes it the perfect sentence for learning how to touch type. By focusing on mastering typing just one sentence, you are taking the fastest route towards establishing touch typing muscle memory for your fingers.
Practice & Review
With this method, practicing and reviewing is incredibly simple. Just go to homepage MasteringTyping.com and choose the text “The Quick Brown Fox” start typing the texts over and over.
The easy technique is that it clearly identifies which keys you’re having trouble with.
It’s okay to look at the keyboard for the first time while, but you should quickly develop muscle memory making and be able to type the sentence while looking at the screen.