Conseil de dactylographie, comment faire moins d'erreur
J'avais essayé d'améliorer ma vitesse pendant des mois et je n'ai pas vu beaucoup d'amélioration. Une fois, j'ai ralenti et j'ai commencé à être plus précis au lieu d'essayer de taper plus vite j'ai commencé à voir une augmentation de ma vitesse de frappe. Je me sens plus en contrôle. J'ai encore du chemin à parcourir pour mon but, mais je suis heureux.
Apprendre à être précis en premier, puis augmenter la vitesse ensuite.Chaque fois que vous faites backspace, ça prend plus de temps que si vous ralentissez un peu mais avec une meilleur précision. J'ai toujours fait beaucoup de fautes, mais je me rends compte quand je ralentis pour être précis, j'ai effectivement tendance à taper un peu plus vite.
Ce qui est important est l'élaboration d'un rythme, de ne pas se presser. Etre précis est la première priorité. La vitesse vient naturellement avec la pratique et le temps. En conclusion, on doit apprendre à ne saisir que ce que l'on voit/lit!
* Mettez les index sur les touches qui ont un relief (petit point ou barre)
* A chaque touche il y a un doigt assigné. Une touche doit toujours être tapée par le même doigt.
* Ne regardez pas le clavier, les yeux doivent toujours être sur l'écran
* Entrainez-vous !
2022-09-14_ Another day, another session. And more accuracy from this new typing method. Today it has felt like even my worst quotes were only at the accuracy of my old average. Perhaps I just got easy quotes today though.
2022-09-09_ So now I've modified my form again. Choosing to try proper form for all of my finger placement and letter strikes. Paying attention to hitting each letter with the ideal finger, e.g. q,a,z with left pinky. x with ring, c with middle, u with index, and 0, p, -, and / with right pinky. Also trying to hit spacebar with my right thumb. And optimizing shift presses for each hand. My speed is going to tank again, but I think my accuracy might actually improve now that finger placement should be more consistent.
What really helped me improved my typing speed is...Well, I really don't know. I practice all the time but only broke the 70 wpm threshold a number of times. It was, to the point, that I thought I was an average 70 wpm typist. I am not. I am still stuck at 60.
What really helped me improve my typing speed is the many quotes, and emphasis on accuracy otherwise, your speed will dramatically decrease. It really makes you want to achieve a high score with high accuracy too.
2022-08-23_ More practice, just getting slowly better. Quite linearly actually which is strange. Interestingly, most times when I casually type on the keyboard while going about my day, I'm still defaulting to index finger on spacebar duty. Let's see if I can't change that.
2022-08-14_ Still progressing with my new typing style. Using more of my pinky fingers and left thumb spacebar. Still doesn't feel as natural as pressing space with my right index but we're getting there. Giving up on the split keyboard but keeping the good habits.
What really helped me improve my typing speed is focusing more on accuracy. The more I type correctly, it builds up my "muscle memory" to the point that I don't have to look at my fingers to make sure they are properly placed! That in turn helps my SPEED!
Very big Thank you from my side ….. i don’t even come to know how i improve my typing speed from average of about 20 to nowadays i able to struck about 45 (mostly i type between 35-45)..i know its not superfast its kind of slow but i never imagined myself i could type without looking at keyboard…but now i am typing with a speed of about 35-45 wpm…thanks once again…
2022-08-05_ So another day of me modifying my typing. I'm slowly folding in better habits. Left thumb spacebar is making sense, so now I'm including my left pinky in typing a's and q's. Apostrophes are still a bit of an issue though. But I'm getting there.
2022-07-31_ After going back to the old keyboard, and using my right index finger to press the spacebar again. I feel SO much more comfortable typing again. It kinda makes me dread trying to learn the split keyboard again. Though arguably I'm just on the hump of learning. I HAVE felt the niceness of the thumb spacebar just happening for me sometimes. But for the most part it is just uncomfortable. All the fingers feel lost. It's gross when compared to the old way.
2022-07-29_ After doing enough games to register a changed average, let's update things to see where I am at. I feel like the main difference is not the keyboard as much as it is changing from pressing the spacebar with my right index to my left thumb that accounts for the big discrepancy in speed.
Left thumb is just in need of practice and drills to keep improving.
2022-07-27_ So 2 weeks ago I started typing on a new keyboard. I was doing dreadfully. It's the split keyboard that Geoff had and has revealed a lot of poor habits in my typing, e.g. not pressing space with left thumb, reaching for B with my right hand, reaching for Y with my left.
Now I'm kinda back to where I started, typing at max 60-65 wpm on monkeytype. But it should be onwards and upwards from there.