Exercise 1: The Finger Upper-Downer

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This exercise trains each finger to become physically accustomed to the keys it is responsible for, as they are aligned vertically. Remember, "vertical" on a typing keyboard means up and down, with a slant up to the left. Occasionally, it might be useful to say the letter or number names of the keys out loud as you type them, to reinforce the connection through a different learning modality.

Always keep in mind this course's Principles of Effective Learning:

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