Apprehending Machine Shorthand Lesson 19

June Jane R. Placides BBTE IV-I Prof. Sherlyn Morales

OCTOBER 21, 2010

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_____________________ June Jane R. Placides BBTE IV-1 NOTED BY: ________________ Vivian Babaran E.G. Teacher III

Apprehending Machine Shorthand Lesson 19

What this module all about?
Good day! Are you excited to know more about the letters, abbreviation, phrases and derivatives of machine shorthand? If yes, very good, in this module we will discuss Lessons 19 it composes such as new keys Initial G, Final –G, Abbreviations, words ending: ing, the sound of ou and ow and consonant compounds: gl, gr and –gs.

What to learn from this module?
This module will teach you more letters, more phrases, and to read tapenote.
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Discuss new letters, phrases and abbreviation Practice depressing the new letters.

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Translate the different tape of letters into words, abbreviations, phrases, and sentences. Differentiate the use of letters find in the machine shorthand keyboard. Assess your typing skills.

How to learn from this module?
I’d like you to imagine that you are depressing a real machine shorthand keyboard in your drawing of keyboard of machine shorthand. Don’t hesitate to depress because it’s serving as your practice and to be more familiar.

Pre-test
Read each item carefully and choose the best answer.
1.

What letter combination is represented by Initial G?
a. b. c. d.

TKPW KWR TPH HR

2.

What letter combination is represented by final G? a. -G b. TD c. AO d. PW

3.

Words ending in -ing is represented by what letter? a. -G

b. K c. L d. N 4. To write final G, what fingers are you using to depress the letter? a. by moving the right finger from the home position to the key directly below it b. left middle finger c. right index finger d. right ring finger 5. The abbreviation of the word “August” is represented by ________. a. AUG b. REB c. BW d. PW EU

6. Consonant compound GL is written by depressing ________. a. TKPW and HR b. AU and EU c. RB and GS d. PW and HP 7. Initial G is written by ____________. a. left ring and middle fingers b. right middle finger c. left small finger d. left middle finger 8. The abbreviation of the word “glad” is represented by ________. a. TKPWHR b. BG

c. HR d. TK 9. To write the consonant compound -GS depress the _____________. a. right ring and small finger b. left middle finger c. left ring middle finger d. none of the above 10. The abbreviation of the word “regular” is represented by _____________.

a. REG b. KT c. SAE d. OP

Lesson 19
New Keys Initial G, Final –G, Words Ending: Ing, Consonant Compounds: gl, gr and-gs, the sounds of ou and ow and some abbreviations

Lets Us Play!

Play Title: What Finger Direction: using your finger state what finger should be used to depress the following letter/letters: FL FA FRT OF -FS LF

New keys

Initial G is represented by the letters T, K,P, and W. To write G by depressing the crack between TK and PW keys with the left ring and middle finger.

Final G is written by moving the right finger from the home position to the key directly below it.

Keyboard Practice
Gate Gain Good Bag Tag TKPW T TKPW PB TKPW PW G A A U A D B

WORD ENDING –ING
Write final G for the words ending in the -ing as in paying -PAG

Keyboard Practice
Bowling Paying Selling
P G A PW G O L

Consonant Compounds: gl, gr and-gs GL is written by theleft ring, middle and index finger Write GR by the left ring, middle and index fingers -GS is written by the right ring and small fingers
TKPWHR TKPWR GS

Keyboard Practice
Glass Glance Green Grass Tugs Logs TKPWHRA TKPWHRA TKPW R TKPW RA T U E S PB PB S GS S

HR

O

GS

Abbreviations

G Go/ gone August Suggest/ suggestion Glad Progress Organize/organization Regular R S TKPWHR P R O R E G G G U G A U G

The Sound of OU and OW
In machine shorthand the vowels ou are used when writing the sound of OU and OW like now -NOU and out –OUT.

Keyboard Practice
Now Bow Out Loud D Bout T PW O U

T P H PW O

O U

U

O HR O

U U

T

Activity 11
Direction: Using your improvise machine shorthand key board depress the following letters and words. Flat feet on the floor, curve your hands and home keys.

bowling paying selling

log dog fog

really sail lot

Got gun

cat nat

pale rail

Self-Check
Direction: Write if the statement is correct and if the statement is false. Write your answer on the blanks provided. ___1. Initial G is represented by the letters T, K,P, and W. ___2. Initial L is represented by letter combination HR. ___3. ALS represents the word always. ___4. Final G is written by moving the right finger from the home position to the key directly below it. ___5. Words beginning ING is represented by G.

Post-test
Read each item carefully and choose the best answer.

1. Consonant compound GL is written by depressing ________. a. TKPW and HR b. AU and EU c. RB and GS d. PW and HP

2. Initial G is written by ____________. a. left ring and middle fingers b. right middle finger c. left small finger d. left middle finger

3. The abbreviation of the word “glad” is represented by ________. a. TKPWHR b. BG c. HR d. TK 4. To write the consonant compound -GS depress the _____________. a. right ring and small finger b. left middle finger c. left ring middle finger d. none of the above 5. The abbreviation of the word “regular” is represented by _____________. a. REG b. KT c. SAE d. OP 6. What letter combination is represented by Initial G? a. TKPW b. KWR c. TPH d. HR 7. What letter combination is represented by final G?

a. -G b. TD c. AO d. PW 8. Words ending in -ing is represented by what letter? a. -G b. K c. L d. N

9. To write final G, what fingers are you using to depress the letter? a. by moving the right finger from the home position to the key directly below it b. left middle finger c. right index finger d. right ring finger 10. The abbreviation of the word “August” is represented by ________. a. AUG b. REB c. BW d. PW EU

Answer Key
Pre-test 1.a 2.a 3.a 4.a 5.a 6.a

7.a 8.a 9.a 10.a Self-check 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Post-test 1.a 2.a 3.a 4.a 5.a 6.a 7.a 8.a 9.a 10.a

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