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I wonder....... project?
Transcript of I wonder....... project?
What invention came before the keyboard?
How did the keyboard get its name?
Why are there ridges on the letter F and J? What is a keyboard? A keyboard is an input device for a computer. It can help us I wonder... projects Language experience Maths What invention came before the keyboard? Typewriter Back space Differences Why was the keyboard invented? To use the computer and laptops. What am I? I was first created in 1868
I consists of letters and numbers
You can also call me 'QWERTY'
I was created by Christer Sholes
You would not be able to complete you I wonder project if I weren't created
What Am I? ? ? ? Special keys Control Shift key How did the keyboard get its name? Qwerty keyboard Why are there ridges on the letter F and J? People who are touch-type use this Typewriter Back to my I wonder question..... Why are the letters on the keyboard not in alphabetical order? People who touch-type (type without looking) use these two ridges to determine the position of their fingers on the keyboard. Touch typists put the index finger of their left hand on F and the index finger of their right hand on J before they type so they know where their fingers are a Thank you listening and watching.
Hope you learnt something new. Base Caps lock Number lock Back space Every key was linked by rods and levers stuck to an arm with a letter at the end of it.