Spotlight on Word Processing - Wayne County School District
Spotlight on Word Processing Chapter 2 Spotlight on Word ProcessingICT1Classwork Chapter 2: Week of Jan. 18-22, 2016 Editing 1 Class Agenda .1. Pre Bell -Time Writing. Differentiated Activity- According to Your Speed and Accuracy. Log on Edu Typing and click on your Timewriting Test. Do each Timewriting 2 times3 Minutes Writing All About Pizza 2. Review Definitions for Ch. 2 p. 24 -Ten Vocabulary Words -- discuss orally 10 minutes
3. Only for Students --Absent on Friday Review Lesson 2-1 pages 24-30 Guided Practice and Independent Work P . 30 Save As to My Computer file name Les. 2-1 4. Start Today-- Do Lesson 2-2 pages 31-35 Guided Practice and Independent Work P. 35 Now You Try It Save As to My Computer file name Les. 2-2. Chapter 2 Tues. Jan. 19 th st 5.Allow Students to Complete the back of Typing Homework Sheet Do Only Steps 1 & 215 minutes- Save your document Go to My Computer as file name---Wizard of Oz-Homework Jan. 19th. 6. Continue TypingEdu Typing Reinforcement Lesson Begin 4.130 minutes7. Do Exit Question in Canvas
2 Wed. Jan. 20 Class Agenda th Start Today-- Do Lesson 2-3 pages 36-40 Guided Practice and Independent Work Now You Try It Save As to My Computer file name Les. 2-3. 30 Mins. Chapter 2 . Pre Bell Do 2 No. Social Media or No. All About Pizza Your Choice Time Writings 3 Mins. Time Writings -2 Times--6 minutes . Continue Edu Reinforcement Lesson30 minutes . Do Exit Question in Canvas
3 Thurs., Jan. 21 Class Agenda st Start Today 1. Complete Review Sheet on Table 2) Do pages 41-44 Complete Review Pages and Test on Friday. 30 Mins. . Students will continue Reinforcement Lessons in Edu Typing, . Do Exit Question in Canvas Ch. 2 Editing Test on Friday- Homework Study all Notes & Handout Chapter 2 Do Pre Bell -Time Writing. Differentiated Activity- According to Your Speed and Accuracy. Log on Edu Typing and click on your
Timewriting Test. Do 3 Mins. All About Pizza 4 Pre-Bell Activity---Log on Edu Typing and click on your Timewriting Test. Do each Timewriting 2 times3 Minutes Writing All About Pizza Do Ch. 2 Editing Test in Canvas today Continue Course work in Edu Reinforcement Lesson20 mins. Closure: Do Exit Ticket. Chapter 2 FRIDAY Jan. 22nd CLASS AGENDA
5 Align text at the left, right, and center Justify text- Check the spelling and grammar of a document Double-space the text--Tues Use the thesaurus Tues Find and replace text-Tues Differentiate between cut and copy-- Wed. Cut, copy, and paste text --Wed. Spotlight on Word Processing Chapter 2 Objectives
copy cut Spotlight on Word Processing Default alignment is at the left. Default settings can be changed. Left aligned text is smooth on the left and jagged at the right. Hold Ctrl and press the letter L to left align the line or paragraph. Click Align Text Left button on the Home Ribbon. Chapter 2 Aligning Text at the Left
8 Spotlight on Word Processing Centered text is jagged on both sides, centered on the line. Click the Center button on the Home Ribbon. Hold Ctrl and press the letter E to center a line or paragraph. Chapter 2 Aligning Text in the Center 9 Spotlight on Word
Processing Right aligned text is smooth on the right and jagged on the left. Click the Align Text Right button on the Home Ribbon. Hold Ctrl and press the letter R to right align a line or paragraph. Chapter 2 Aligning Text at the Right 10 Spotlight on Word Processing Justified text is smooth on both sides.
Click the Justify button on the Home Ribbon. Hold Ctrl and press the letter J to justify a line or paragraph. Chapter 2 Aligning Text to Justified 11 Spotlight on Word Processing Red squiggly lines mean a misspelled word. Green squiggly lines mean a grammatical error. Click the Spelling & Grammar button on the Review Ribbon. Press F7 to start the spelling and grammar checker.
Chapter 2 Checking the Spelling and Grammar 12 Spotlight on Word Processing Adding a Header Click Insert from the Home Ribbon. Type name at the left. Hour/day in the center. Assignment name at the right. Chapter 2
13 Spotlight on Word Processing Select text first if more than one paragraph. Click the Line Spacing button on the Home Ribbon. Hold Ctrl and press the number 2 to doublespace. Chapter 2 Double-Spacing the Text
14 Spotlight on Word Processing Tool that lists synonyms and antonyms for words. Click the Thesaurus button on the Review Ribbon. Right-click and choose synonyms. Hold Shift and press F7. Chapter 2 Using the Thesaurus 15
Spotlight on Word Processing Click Find from the Home Ribbon. Find will place your cursor at the beginning of each occurrence of the word. Click Replace from the Home Ribbon. Replace will actually replace a word or formatting with something else. Chapter 2 Finding and Replacing Text 16 Spotlight on Word Processing
Original text or object stays in the document when copying. Copy of item is stored to the clipboard in computers memory. Click the Copy button on the Home Ribbon. Can paste an unlimited number of times. Click the Paste button on the Home Ribbon. Chapter 2 Copying and Pasting Text 17 Spotlight on Word Processing
Original text or object is removed from document when cutting. Item is saved to clipboard. Click the Cut button on the Home Ribbon. Chapter 2 Cutting and Pasting Text 18 Spotlight on Word Processing Cutting and Pasting Using Keyboard Shortcuts Chapter 2
Hold Ctrl and press the letter C to copy. Hold Ctrl and press the letter V to paste. Hold Ctrl and press the letter X to cut. 19 Spotlight on Word Processing The default setting is left-aligned text. Text can be changed to left-, center-, rightaligned, or justified. Red squiggly lines in the text indicate a misspelled word. Green squiggly lines in the text indicate a mistake in grammar. If you want to change the alignment of more than one paragraph, select the text first. There are also keyboard shortcuts to align the
text. Spotlight on Word Processing Chapter 2 Summary 20 A header is text that can be inserted at the top of every page of a document. The thesaurus shows both synonyms and antonyms for words. The Replace tool is a quick way to replace several occurrences of text. Cutting removes the selected text and places it on the
clipboard. Copying makes a copy of the selected text and places it on the clipboard. Pasting takes whatever is on the clipboard and places it in the document. You can paste an unlimited number of times. Spotlight on Word Processing Chapter 2 Summary (continued) 21
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