BrailleNote GPS Curriculum Finding Your Way
Directions for Embossing or Printing the Command Summary Sheets
The summary sheets contain a list of commonly used keystrokes for each chapter. They are intended to be used as a memory aid to reinforce the content in each chapter. It is recommended that students adapt the summary sheets as needed. Some students may find that they soon do not need them at all, while others may use them continually.
The summary sheets are formatted to fit on the BrailleNote case flap. They can be attached with binder clips just under the top fold of the case flap so that the case can still be closed with the sheets attached.
The braille sheets will need to be trimmed down to fit the flap. The print sheets are formatted to print on 5 by 8 inch index cards.
There are two sets of print sheets. One set contains just the keystrokes, and another set has the dot numbers next to each keystroke (for those of us with rusty braille skills). For example, “c” for city would have dot numbers 1 and 3 (D13 for short) on the dot number summary sheet version. To streamline all the summary sheets, Braille dot numbers are represented with a capital d next to a number (i.e. Braille dot 1 is written as D1.)
2011 Print and Braille Summary Sheets for Chapters (Ready to Print)