Тема: High school schoolwork on the ipad?

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As we gradually get faster at typing on touchscreens, extended writing sessions on the iPad have become much more viable. Meanwhile, developers of writing apps have made significant improvements to their offerings. Here are our picks for the 10 best apps for getting some writing done on the iPad. To further prove the point, I composed the bulk of each section in its respective app. I did, however, have to go back and do some editing work from my laptop to add formatting for entries from some of the more barebones apps.

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The iPad has revolutionized the way I approach my writing and I am regularly asked how I use it. I originally wrote about the iPad as a solid system for writing a year and a half ago and the tablet is still serving me well. I have used a number of tablets for writing work since then and while most of them work just fine I always come back to the iPad for a number of reasons.

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While I was up late one night reading the Copyblogger archives (yes, I know I need to get a life) , I stumbled across a great post discussing some brilliant writing tips.

If you have a word processing app, sure. and may/may not need a keyboard (depends on how well you type on the on screen keyboard.

You can but it would be slow using the on-screen keyboard. Much easier if you get a bluetooth wireless connected keyboard. Then you would have to be able to print from the iPad, or transfer the file to your computer.

When I first got my iPad, I immediately changed the email signature to read, “Lovingly handcrafted just for you by Jason Snell.” I did it to remove Apple’s baked-in self-promotion from every email I sent, but in hindsight I think there’s something to the idea that words that spring from an iPad are not necessarily the same words that would come from other devices.

As anyone who has read my liveblog coverage of Apple press events may have guessed, I’m an extremely fast typist. On a physical keyboard, I can go as fast as 120 words per minute. My typing speed is no constraint on my brain. If I can think it, I can get it down—fast.

Attention: parents, educators, and tutors! If your child or student spends just 10 minutes a day in a simple activity that would strengthen cognitive development and achievement in all academic areas, would you make time for this in your busy schedule? Of course you would. Consider this: Replace unproductive “down” time with handwriting practice. Imagine kids quietly practicing handwriting instead of idly waiting between activities. It’s a win-win situation for all!

Simply provide daily time to practice writing individual letters, words, phrases, and sentences. This does not involve composing original text (e.g., writing in journals that involves thinking time); instead, the focus is on learning to form letters and development of automatic letter formation skills. Developing automaticity in forming individual letters and connecting cursive letters is crucial, but frequently neglected.

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As we gradually get faster at typing on touchscreens, extended writing sessions on the iPad have become much more viable. Meanwhile, developers of writing apps have made significant improvements to their offerings. Here are our picks for the 10 best apps for getting some writing done on the iPad. To further prove the point, I composed the bulk of each section in its respective app. I did, however, have to go back and do some editing work from my laptop to add formatting for entries from some of the more barebones apps.

TNW uses cookies to personalize content and ads to make our site easier for you to use. We do also share that information with third parties for advertising & analytics.

As we gradually get faster at typing on touchscreens, extended writing sessions on the iPad have become much more viable. Meanwhile, developers of writing apps have made significant improvements to their offerings. Here are our picks for the 10 best apps for getting some writing done on the iPad. To further prove the point, I composed the bulk of each section in its respective app. I did, however, have to go back and do some editing work from my laptop to add formatting for entries from some of the more barebones apps.

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The iPad has revolutionized the way I approach my writing and I am regularly asked how I use it. I originally wrote about the iPad as a solid system for writing a year and a half ago and the tablet is still serving me well. I have used a number of tablets for writing work since then and while most of them work just fine I always come back to the iPad for a number of reasons.

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While I was up late one night reading the Copyblogger archives (yes, I know I need to get a life) , I stumbled across a great post discussing some brilliant writing tips.

If you have a word processing app, sure. and may/may not need a keyboard (depends on how well you type on the on screen keyboard.

You can but it would be slow using the on-screen keyboard. Much easier if you get a bluetooth wireless connected keyboard. Then you would have to be able to print from the iPad, or transfer the file to your computer.

When I first got my iPad, I immediately changed the email signature to read, “Lovingly handcrafted just for you by Jason Snell.” I did it to remove Apple’s baked-in self-promotion from every email I sent, but in hindsight I think there’s something to the idea that words that spring from an iPad are not necessarily the same words that would come from other devices.

As anyone who has read my liveblog coverage of Apple press events may have guessed, I’m an extremely fast typist. On a physical keyboard, I can go as fast as 120 words per minute. My typing speed is no constraint on my brain. If I can think it, I can get it down—fast.

Attention: parents, educators, and tutors! If your child or student spends just 10 minutes a day in a simple activity that would strengthen cognitive development and achievement in all academic areas, would you make time for this in your busy schedule? Of course you would. Consider this: Replace unproductive “down” time with handwriting practice. Imagine kids quietly practicing handwriting instead of idly waiting between activities. It’s a win-win situation for all!

Simply provide daily time to practice writing individual letters, words, phrases, and sentences. This does not involve composing original text (e.g., writing in journals that involves thinking time); instead, the focus is on learning to form letters and development of automatic letter formation skills. Developing automaticity in forming individual letters and connecting cursive letters is crucial, but frequently neglected.

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1: Put iPad2 on desk. 2: Put piece of paper on top of iPad2. 3: Pick up a pen or pencil, and start writing on the paper on the iPad2. Also, next time, be more specific. Do you want to use the iPad2 to write your story, or did you mean you want to write a story about the iPad2? Words and meanings are important. Use them carefully. And don t forget to proofread.

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As we gradually get faster at typing on touchscreens, extended writing sessions on the iPad have become much more viable. Meanwhile, developers of writing apps have made significant improvements to their offerings. Here are our picks for the 10 best apps for getting some writing done on the iPad. To further prove the point, I composed the bulk of each section in its respective app. I did, however, have to go back and do some editing work from my laptop to add formatting for entries from some of the more barebones apps.

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The iPad has revolutionized the way I approach my writing and I am regularly asked how I use it. I originally wrote about the iPad as a solid system for writing a year and a half ago and the tablet is still serving me well. I have used a number of tablets for writing work since then and while most of them work just fine I always come back to the iPad for a number of reasons.

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While I was up late one night reading the Copyblogger archives (yes, I know I need to get a life) , I stumbled across a great post discussing some brilliant writing tips.

If you have a word processing app, sure. and may/may not need a keyboard (depends on how well you type on the on screen keyboard.

You can but it would be slow using the on-screen keyboard. Much easier if you get a bluetooth wireless connected keyboard. Then you would have to be able to print from the iPad, or transfer the file to your computer.

When I first got my iPad, I immediately changed the email signature to read, “Lovingly handcrafted just for you by Jason Snell.” I did it to remove Apple’s baked-in self-promotion from every email I sent, but in hindsight I think there’s something to the idea that words that spring from an iPad are not necessarily the same words that would come from other devices.

As anyone who has read my liveblog coverage of Apple press events may have guessed, I’m an extremely fast typist. On a physical keyboard, I can go as fast as 120 words per minute. My typing speed is no constraint on my brain. If I can think it, I can get it down—fast.

TNW uses cookies to personalize content and ads to make our site easier for you to use. We do also share that information with third parties for advertising & analytics.

As we gradually get faster at typing on touchscreens, extended writing sessions on the iPad have become much more viable. Meanwhile, developers of writing apps have made significant improvements to their offerings. Here are our picks for the 10 best apps for getting some writing done on the iPad. To further prove the point, I composed the bulk of each section in its respective app. I did, however, have to go back and do some editing work from my laptop to add formatting for entries from some of the more barebones apps.

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The iPad has revolutionized the way I approach my writing and I am regularly asked how I use it. I originally wrote about the iPad as a solid system for writing a year and a half ago and the tablet is still serving me well. I have used a number of tablets for writing work since then and while most of them work just fine I always come back to the iPad for a number of reasons.

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While I was up late one night reading the Copyblogger archives (yes, I know I need to get a life) , I stumbled across a great post discussing some brilliant writing tips.

If you have a word processing app, sure. and may/may not need a keyboard (depends on how well you type on the on screen keyboard.

You can but it would be slow using the on-screen keyboard. Much easier if you get a bluetooth wireless connected keyboard. Then you would have to be able to print from the iPad, or transfer the file to your computer.

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As we gradually get faster at typing on touchscreens, extended writing sessions on the iPad have become much more viable. Meanwhile, developers of writing apps have made significant improvements to their offerings. Here are our picks for the 10 best apps for getting some writing done on the iPad. To further prove the point, I composed the bulk of each section in its respective app. I did, however, have to go back and do some editing work from my laptop to add formatting for entries from some of the more barebones apps.

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The iPad has revolutionized the way I approach my writing and I am regularly asked how I use it. I originally wrote about the iPad as a solid system for writing a year and a half ago and the tablet is still serving me well. I have used a number of tablets for writing work since then and while most of them work just fine I always come back to the iPad for a number of reasons.

Yes you can type things out on a iPad. Lucky for you there are many free apps that do a great job as a basic word processor. Or you can buy Apple s word processor app which i have heard great reviews from. Some people say it is hard typing on the iPad. With my experience it is a breeze. However, it will take some time to get used to the touch screen. Another solution would be to buy a small wireless keyboard that you can easily slide into your iPad case. Good luck! http://www.loogos.org/free-offer-sites-articles/how-to-get-an-apple-ipad-tablet-for-free

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As we gradually get faster at typing on touchscreens, extended writing sessions on the iPad have become much more viable. Meanwhile, developers of writing apps have made significant improvements to their offerings. Here are our picks for the 10 best apps for getting some writing done on the iPad. To further prove the point, I composed the bulk of each section in its respective app. I did, however, have to go back and do some editing work from my laptop to add formatting for entries from some of the more barebones apps.

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The iPad has revolutionized the way I approach my writing and I am regularly asked how I use it. I originally wrote about the iPad as a solid system for writing a year and a half ago and the tablet is still serving me well. I have used a number of tablets for writing work since then and while most of them work just fine I always come back to the iPad for a number of reasons.

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While I was up late one night reading the Copyblogger archives (yes, I know I need to get a life) , I stumbled across a great post discussing some brilliant writing tips.