Keyboarding-Typing- Writing Prompts
This document contains ten writing prompts that you can give to students to practice their writing skills while also practicing their typing skills. Our schools, and we are sure yours, are constantly encouraging us to have our students write more. In a computer class that can be difficult. Here is a perfect way to incorporate writing into your computer class and still have students typing.
The document contains detailed directions for setting up the writing prompts and as mentioned contains ten writing prompts. You can choose which ones you want to do and how many you want to do. Below are two samples:
1) Party of Four. If you could have dinner with any three people dead or alive (famous/non famous, family/relative) who would they be and why? What would you talk about with these people? Where would you go for dinner?
2) Vacation. You just won an all-expenses paid, one week vacation for two to anywhere in the world you would like to go. Where would you go and why? What would you do there? Who would you take and why?
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