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Keyboarding Words Per Minute Goal Tracker

Keyboarding Words Per Minute Goal tracker

Keyboarding Words Per Minute Goal Tracker

Most students in grades 3 and up are working on keyboarding with a focus on words per minute.  This keyboarding words per minute goal tracker is super easy to collect data on how a student is progressing.  Even better, have the students monitor their own progress recording how they are improving each day.

This FREE words per minute goal tracker is available in Word format and PDF (at the end of the post to download).  You can print it out and write in the words per minute during the week or enter the data directly into the Word document to create a graph.

If you want to enter the data directly into the Word document follow these steps:

Step 1 – Open the Word document

Step 2 – Click on the chart.

Step 3 – Click Design. (right side of top tabs)

Step 4 – Click on Edit Data (upper right hand corner of document)

Step 5 – Enter your words per minute in column B for the correct days of the week and your chart will be created.

If you like to record data with pen and paper that is fine too!  Just print the document in PDF format and bring it along.  Or print two to a page so you are all set to go for two weeks at a time.

To get your FREE copy of the Keyboarding Words Per Minute Goal Tracker enter your email at the bottom to sign up for our newsletter.  The downloads will open up in new tabs once you enter your email.

If you need to collect data on additional keyboarding skills check out Keyboarding Rubrics.

This is an electronic book of 28 rubrics to assess keyboarding skills.  A rubric is a scoring guide to judge performance on a specific task. Have you ever wanted to quantify general keyboarding skills, operating the mouse, word processing or keyboarding skills by grade level?   Keyboarding Rubrics can be used as an assessment tool to quantify an individual’s written productivity.  By using the rubric, each individual can be scored based on the same criteria.

Keyboarding Rubrics Table of Contents:
GENERAL INFORMATION ON RUBRICS
SUGGESTED USES AND HOW TO SCORE THE RUBRICS
WORK STATION AREA CHECKLIST
KEYBOARDING AND THE COMMON CORE GRADES 3-12
HANDWRITING AND KEYBOARDING FLUENCY REFERENCE CHART
PROPER POSITIONING FOR KEYBOARDING
BEGINNER SKILLS FOR KEYBOARDING
BASIC SKILLS FOR KEYBOARDING
OVERALL KEYBOARDING
OPERATING THE MOUSE
WORD PROCESSING
PRE-KINDERGARTEN: KEYBOARDING
KINDERGARTEN: KEYBOARDING
TYPING NAME
FIRST GRADE: KEYBOARDING
SECOND GRADE: KEYBOARDING
THIRD GRADE: FORM, PRODUCTION AND FLUENCY
THIRD GRADE: WORD PROCESSING
FOURTH GRADE: FORM, PRODUCTION AND FLUENCY
FOURTH GRADE: WRITING APPLICATION
FOURTH GRADE: WORD PROCESSING
FIFTH GRADE: FORM, PRODUCTION AND FLUENCY
FIFTH GRADE: WRITING APPLICATION
FIFTH GRADE: WORD PROCESSING
SIXTH GRADE: FORM, PRODUCTION AND FLUENCY
SIXTH GRADE: WRITING APPLICATION
SIXTH GRADE: WORD PROCESSING
SEVENTH GRADE: FORM, PRODUCTION AND FLUENCY
SEVENTH GRADE: WRITING APPLICATION
SEVENTH GRADE: WORD PROCESSING
EIGHTH GRADE: FORM, PRODUCTION AND FLUENCY
EIGHTH GRADE: WRITING APPLICATION
EIGHTH GRADE: WORD PROCESSING
The rubrics will be delivered electronically in PDF format and in Word format so that you can edit the document if necessary. This allows you to customize the rubric to your individual caseload if necessary. If you do not have Microsoft Word you can download Open Office (www.openoffice.org) for free which is compatible with all most Office suites.
Some suggested uses of Keyboarding Rubrics are:
  • assessment at initial evaluation and annual reviews
  • pre and post therapy session
  • progress reports
  • establish entrance or exit criteria for therapy
  • creating measurable goals

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