Thursday-Friday, December 11-12, 2008

Students will learn how typing is assessed via speed and accuracy
Students will review the HOME ROW keys
Students will become familiar with TOP ROW keys (QWERTY / YUIOP)

1. Digital Zen
2. Go over the HW
3. The Top and Bottom Row (Tutorial)
3. Online Typing Practice Worksheet
4. Final Typing Drill

Digital Zen:
Prepare for a timed TYPING DRILL.

LOS ANGELES(AP) The Los Angeles Lakers battled like crazy to put the short-handed Phoenix Suns away.

That's precisely what Kobe Bryant expected they would have to do.

Pau Gasol scored 28 points, Bryant had seven of his 18 in the last 6 1/2 minutes, and the Western Conference-leading Lakers struggled to a 115-110 victory Wednesday night.
Andrew Bynum added 17 points and 11 rebounds, Sasha Vujacic scored a season-high 15 points and Derek Fisher had 13 for the Lakers (18-3), who were coming off a lethargic 113-101 loss at Sacramento on Tuesday night and didn't clinch this victory until the final minute.

The Suns (13-10) played without Raja Bell, Boris Diaw and rookie Sean Singletary, traded to Charlotte earlier Wednesday for Jason Richardson, Jared Dudley and a 2010 second-round pick.
Phoenix also was without former Lakers star Shaquille O'Neal, whose 92-year-old great-grandmother died this week. O'Neal was in New Jersey for funeral services and hopes to return in time to play Friday night against Orlando. O'Neal scored 35 points Tuesday night - his most in nearly three years - in a 125-110 victory over Milwaukee.

"That's what always happens when a team has eight players, nine players,'' Bryant said. "They always come out with a lot of energy. We did a good job down the stretch.''

The Lakers held off the Suns by making 17 of 22 foul shots in the fourth quarter including eight of 10 in the last 30 seconds. But their defensive difficulties continued - they've allowed the opposition to score 100 or more points in seven of their last 10 games.

"Our record is great,'' Bynum said. "(But) the way we're playing, we're not going to beat the good teams.''

When done, figure out WPM and ACCURACY.



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