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This course is an introduction to real-time computer-compatible stenographic theory of the shorthand machine. Through a study of phonics, the student is led to hear the English language as sounds and to write those sounds through the fingers to the keyboard. Students learn to read their stenographic notes at a rapid rate of speed. Students will also learn to write the spoken word with punctuation. Weekly transcription will enhance the students learning. Students will develop their listening and concentration skills, which will aid in machine shorthand writing. Students will be introduced to gradual speedbuilding with a high degree of accuracy. The goals is to reach the speed level of 40-60 wpm.

This course is an introduction to real-time computer-compatible stenographic theory of the shorthand machine. Through a study of phonics, the student is led to hear the English language as sounds and to write those sounds through the fingers to the keyboard. Students learn to read their stenographic notes at a rapid rate of speed. Students will also learn to write the spoken word with punctuation. Weekly transcription will enhance the students learning. Students will develop their listening and concentration skills, which will aid in machine shorthand writing. Students will be introduced to gradual speedbuilding with a high degree of accuracy. The goals is to reach the speed level of 40-60 wpm.