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Week 10 Complete



Wednesday - April 27


Working on a business letter with heading and logo.

You will need to invent an imaginary company of your choosing. You will need to think of a company name and design a company logo to use in your letterhead.
 
You will be writing this letter to potential investor's. You will be required to outline why your company is going to be succesful and why people should invest in your idea.

Logo Design
Logo design is the illustration of the business. It is considered to be the tool which gives the first impression of a business. Before starting a business much consideration is given to the logo design. The logo should be designed according to the name of the company and the business product. Logo design has many advantages including:
  • Logo design promotes the business in the market.
  • Logo design helps in attracting potential customers to the business.
  • Logo design gives a unique identity to the business
  • Logo design is as important to the business as the business name.
A suitable logo is chosen before the launching of the business in the market. It is important that the logo design is unique for the identification of a particular business, not a typecast logo.


The Design
A logo design should be eye catching and simple. It should be designed using simple color pattern and short text; it is unprofessional to make the logo unnecessarily flamboyant. Logo designs can be created by the business owner using software or a hired professional. Having a logo designed by a professional is a wise investment because the designers have the knowledge to create logos befitting the business. It is also necessary that the company logo be innovative and a similar logo design is not being used by any other business.

There are also many types of logo design software. These are computer programs that are represented with a friendly user interface and help in generating logos according to the color and size specification of the business. The most up to date software incorporate several files with predefined logo designs. The disadvantage of using this software is that they might produce similar types of design for different businesses. Once a logo design is created it can be registered and copyrighted for the business it represents.


What to Avoid 
The pattern of the logo design is very important. An eye catching design pattern indicates the professionalism and productivity. It should not appear cheap or showy. A business should avoid heavy decorations and different combinations of color in the logo design. The key to a good logo design is simple color patterns and innovative ways to deliver the product to the customers.






Tuesday - April 26

1. Warmup Sheet 10

2. Long Block Activity - Collaborative Story Assignment

We will all open a new Microsoft Word document.

We will all type this sentence as our story starter, please insert your own words where you see a line:

Last night I had a hard time getting to sleep. I had the funniest dream about _________________________. In my dream ____(person's name)____ and ____(person's name)____ kept doing the weirdest thing. They just wouldn't stop ________(insert bizarre activity)________. Then when I woke up in the morning and looked in the mirror, you won't believe what I saw staring back at me.......     


You will now continue the story as you see fit. Write about anything you like, make it funny, make it scary,
make it whatever you want, just make it interesting.

We will be writing in 5 minute rounds. After each round, you must get up and move in a clockwise direction to the next computer. You will read what the other people have written and continue the story in whatever way you see fit. Write as much and as fast as you can in your 5 minute block of time.

The longer we go, the shorter the rounds will become, you will have to read and type as fast as you can.

Ground rules for writing:
  • no course or indecent language
  • all stories must be written about "school appropriate" subjects
  • no making fun or directing disrespectful comments to anyone else in the class
  • when the time is up, you must stop writing, even if you're mid-sentence and move on




Week 10 Complete



Wednesday - April 20

Make sure you have handed in your Biography from yesterday

Today's Assignment

Choose a fellow classmate and interview them. Ask them the following 20 Questions:

1. What is your dream car or vehicle if price didn't matter?
2. Who is your favorite teacher in high school and what do they teach?
3. Have you met anyone famous?
4. What is something you can't help but spend money on?
5. If you could change something about the world, what would it be and why?
6. What is the craziest thing you've done?
7. If your job made you move, but you could choose which country you would be living in, which country would you choose and why?
8. What is your favorite TV show?
9. What is your worst habit?
10. How would you describe yourself if you could only use five words?
11. Do you have any phobias?
12. What is your favorite day of the week?
13. What are your pet peeves?
14. Do you have any tattoos and/or piercings?
15. What website would you say you never go a single day without viewing it?
16. Would you rather regret doing something, or not doing it?
17. What do you think your best characteristic is?
18. Who was your first famous crush (celebrity or character from TV or movie)?
19. If you were given the day off from all of your everyday responsibilities, how would you spend it?
20. What kid were you in middle school? (athletic, smart, book worm, social, quiet, etc)

Type up the answers and place them in the hand-in folder.





Tuesday - April 19

1. 41A - key each line twice
2. 41B - Read the capitilaztion rules in the yellow box
               Key each sentence, adding the appropriate capitals when necessary
3. 41F - Key each of the 4 addresses in the exact same format as shown (page 103)

Long Block Activity

A BIOGRAPHY

 Who’s an interesting person from history?  Write what you know about a former president, musician, artist, inventor, an astronaut – anyone who you think has led an interesting life.  Research information from the Internet to include facts about their birthday, birthplace, why they are important and other interesting facts. 

  •  Open MS Office and type information in your own words.
  1.  Beginning paragraph (background information)
  2.  Middle paragraph (why and how they became famous)
  3.   Ending paragraph (why you chose this person and what they are doing now)
  •  Use proper grammar and spelling. 
  •  Include your name and the URL of all your sources.
  •  Follow format directions below. 
  •  Place in the hand-in folder
Save your document as "biography-name of person you feature - your name.doc"
i.e. "biography-50cent-ericmalone.doc"

Formatting requirements:

·        Center and Bold Title (use 18 font size)

·        Use any “readable” font style

·        Center Subtitle: Your name (use 14 font size)

·        Type text (12 size font)

·        2 spaces after end punctuation

·        1 space after a comma

·        Double space after each paragraph

·        Use spell check


 Total Points = 30 points




Monday - April 18

Warmup Sheet 10

1. 40A - key each line twice
2. 40C - read carefully twice, take note of the marks
3. 40D - key paragraph and make the appropriate changes while you type
4. 40F - key all 3 paragraphs and make the appropriate changes while you type

When finished continue with All the Right Type until the end of class.



Week 9 Complete



Thursday - April 14

I will be away from class today, setting up for the Pinetree Idol finals this afternoon in the gym.
Don't forget to get your $2 tickets. We will be doing live voting to decide the Viewer's Choice for best performance. I will be in the building today if needed.

Warmup Sheet 9 - please time yourselves (7 minutes) and record your scores on your warmup sheets.
Use the online timer if you don't have a phone or watch.

Lesson 39

1. 39A - Key each line twice
2. 39B - 2, 3 minute timings - record your GWAM at the bottom.
3. 39E - 2, 4 minute timings.

When complete - use All The Right Type until the end of class.
Begin where you left off last time.



Wednesday - April 13

Warmup Sheet 9

Lesson 38

1. 38A - Key each line twice
2. 38B - 2, 30 second timings on each sentence

3. 38E - Take a 3 minute timing
4. 38F - Take 2, 3 minute timings (make sure you flip the page)


When complete - use All The Right Type until the end of class.
Begin where you left off last time.




Tuesday - April 12

Warmup Sheet 9

1. 37A - Key each line twice, double space after each pair
2. 37B - Take 2, 3 minute goal writings.
3. 37C - Key sentences 1-10 and fill in the missing words with your own answers.

4. Goal Letter Assignment - You will create one Goal Letter (click to see details)

Your assignment is to write a 3 paragraph letter to me. You can find the address and contact information under the 'contact me' tab on your left menu. 

You will need to write about things you have done that have contributed positively to your learning experience here at Pinetree. 

In the third paragraph you are asked to write a goal statement for yourself about what you can do to continue your path to educational success. 

possible examples could include: my goal is to improve my science mark by 15% through more study and review, or my goal is to attend all classes for the rest of the semester unless I am truly unwell.

Your goal must be something measurable, as in you can easily determine if it was successful or not. Like, "I want to improve by 15%" as opposed to "I want to try harder at Math". You must also include a sentence about how you plan on achieving that goal.

Please see the full instructions for complete details

Due: end of long block



Week 8 Complete


Thursday - April 6th

1. 35G - Take 2, 3 minute timings

2. Create a Block Format business application letter to a potential employer. 
If you could have a job doing anything you could possibly imagine, where would that be? 
Write an application letter to this place and sell yourself to the organization. 

It doesn't matter what the organization is. Even if it's something like NASA, write to them and tell them why you would make a good astronaut one day.

Your letter will need to be a minimum of 3 paragraphs and 300 words (use the word count tool).

You will need to look up the correct address and contact information for the organization.

We will be printing your finished letters off.

You will also be expected to write an envelope with the correct format. You can see proper business envelope format here.

Once you have finished your final, proof read, copy of your letter you may print it, fold it correctly to fit the envelope and ensure the envelope is addressed properly.

You will be marked on the following criteria

  • Spelling   /5
  • Formatting   /10
  • Word Count   /10
  • Envelope   /5
  • Total  /30

The following diagram shows how a letter is normally folded. 

This type of fold is used regardless of letter style.

If the letter needs to have the address face out an envelope window, make the second fold in the same location but opposite direction. The letter will then be folded in a Z shape and the address can be positioned to face out the window of the envelope.

Unfolded    First Fold   Second Fold
  Letter Before Folding    First Fold of Letter    Second Fold of Letter

folding a letter

YouTube Video






Wednesday - April 5th

1. 34A - Key each line twice
2. 34B - Take 2, 3 minute timings. Determine your GWAM
3. 34C - Take 2 minute timings on each group (1 & 2)
4. 34D - Complete each sentence with your own information.

- Make sure all letters are complete and finished from yesterday.



Tuesday - April 5th

1. Finish and submit all incomplete letters from yesterday.

2. Lesson 33 continued.
  • 33D - use this "block letter" format to write a personal business letter to a company that you have had a satisfying or pleasant experience with. Same format as yesterday. Pay very close attention to spacing and layout.
  • 33E - Read 
  • 33F - Take a 2 minute timing on each opening (1 &2)
  • 33G - Write an application letter to a prospective employer or school. Make sure you follow the same format as found on page 82 of your textbook.
*** Here is an example of a Block Form business letter. ***

Place letters in the hand-in folder,  "positive letter" & "application letter" sub-folder


Monday - April 4th 
 
Warmup Sheet #8
 

1. Textbook - Lesson 33 - Building Formatting Skills (page 78)

  • 33C - Read very carefully, take notes of important aspects.

Assignment: Key a personal business letter of complaint to a company that you have been displeased with in the past. Make sure you keep your vocabulary "business professional" and you follow the precise format outlined in your textbook on page 80.

Save your finished letter into the hand-in folder.
 
 



Week 7 Complete



 
Friday - March 18th

1. All The Right Type - 30 minutes - continue where you left off last time

2. Speed Test Assignment
  1. How does your speed compare to the first test you took?
  2. Are you happy with your progress?
  3. What do you think you could do to improve your progress even more?
  4. Are you putting enough effort in to your warmups and assignments?
  5. Do you practice proper typing skills (home row, posture, etc) when typing at home?
  6. Have you noticed any benefits when working on assignments for other classes?
Please place your completed paragraph in the hand-in folder.

If finished everything - please feel free to enjoy some typing games for the last few minutes of class.



Thursday - March 17th

1. All The Right Type - 20 minutes - continue where you left off last time

2. Lesson 32 Textbook
  • 32A - Key each line twice
  • 32B - Take 1, 3 minute goal writing
  • 32C - Key each line twice
  • 32E - 2 minute timing on each group of lines
  • 32F - 1, 2 minute timing of paragraph


Wednesday - March 16th

1. All The Right Type - 20 minutes - continue where you left off on Tuesday

2. Lesson 31 Textbook
  • 31A - Key each line twice
  • 31C - Key each line twice, identify any misstrokes (continues onto next page)
  • 31D - Take 1, 3 minute timing
  • 31E - Take 1, 3 minute timing on each group of lines
When finished: Take an online speed test - how did you do?



Tuesday - March 15th

1. All The Right Type - 20 minutes - continue where you left off on Monday

2. Lesson 30 Textbook
  • 30A - Key each line twice
  • 30B - Speed Practice - 2, 1 minute timings on each paragraph
  • 30C - Take 1, 3 minute goal writing
  • 30D - Take a 2 minute technique timing on each group of lines.
  • 30E - Key each sentence using correct spacing
  • 30F - Key each sentence and choose a correct answer
  • 30G - Key each line twice, identify any misstrokes.
  • 30H - Take 2, 2 minute technique timings.




Monday - March 14th

1. All The Right Type - 20 minutes - continue where you left off on Friday

2. Lesson 29 Textbook
  • 29A - Key each line twice, identify misstrokes.
  • 29B - Take 2 minute timings on each group of lines.
  • 29D - Key each line 3 times
  • 29E - Key the question and then key your individual answer
  • 29F - Take two 2 minute timings on entire group of lines.
When finished, complete: Exercise 5: The Big Zig
 

Countdown to Spring Break





Week 6 Complete





Friday - March 11th

1 - All The Right Type - 20 minutes - continue where you left off yesterday

2. Lesson 28 Textbook

  • 28A - Key each line twice, identify any misstrokes
  • 28B - Speed Practice  - do 20 second timings on each line. Did you finish the line?
  • 28C - Take 2, 3 minute goal writings - determine your GWAM, write it at bottom of lesson.
  • 28D - Key each sentence and complete with a short answer that applies to you.
  • 28E - Key each line 3 times, identify any misstrokes.

When finished, complete:
Exercise 4: The Forefinger Hand-Off





Thursday - March 10th

1. All The Right Type - 20 minutes - continue where you left off yesterday

2. Lesson 27 Textbook
  • 27A - Key each line twice, identify any misstrokes
  • 27D - Key each line 3 times
  • 27E - Key the sentence number then a period (.) and 2 spaces. 
- Then key the sentence and choose the best word to fit.







Wednesday - March 9th

1. Ensure all work is completed and handed in from yesterday - including Multiple Intelligences assignment

2. All The Right Type - 20 minutes - continue where you left off yesterday

3. Lesson 26 Textbook
  • 26A Key each line twice, identify any misstrokes
  • 26C - Key each line 3 times
  • 26F - Take a 2 minute timing on each group of lines



Tuesday - March 8th

All The Right Type 

Practice Pavillion 
  • continue as the program instructs

Textbook - Lesson 25

25A - Key each line twice, identify any misstrokes
25D - Key each word, then add a colon and then 3 words that rhyme with that word
25F - Take 3, 2 minute timings - record your GWAM for each timing. Does your speed increase?


Long Block:
When finished please complete the Multiple Intelligences assignment (right click, save as)
and submit to the hand-in folder






Monday - March 7th

Today we will begin using All The Right Type 
  • You can find this by clicking the 'start menu' - 'all programs' and locating it under 'All the Right Type 3'
  • Choose 'Hamlin - Period 2'
  • Select your name from the list
  • Click on 'Learning Lab' (bottom left)
  • Choose Lesson 1 Home Row
  • Complete Lesson 1
Back to your textbook

Complete Lesson 24

24A - Key each line twice, identify any misstrokes
24B - 2, 2minute timings on the paragraph
24D - Key each line twice





Week 5 Complete




Friday - March 4th

Complete  Lesson 23

23AKey each line twice, identify any misstrokes

23B - 2, 2 minute technique timings

23C - Read & Practice

23D -  Key each line twice, identify any misstrokes

23E - Key each line, pay attention to punctuation and spacing.

23F - 2 minute timings on each group of lines.



Thursday - March 3rd

Complete Lesson 22

22A - Key each line twice, identify any misstrokes

22B - Take a 2 minute accuracy timing of the lines in 22A - aim for 0 mistakes!

22C - Take 2, 3 minute goal writings. Key at a pace comfortable to you. Be care of spacing and paragraph structure.

22D - Key each line 3 times.

22F - Key each statement and add an answer, either True or False

22G - Take 2, 3 minute timings.



Wednesday - March 2nd

Complete Lesson 21

21A - Key each line twice, identify any misstrokes

21B - Speed practice. Take 2, 15 second timings on each line. Use a partner to time you.

21D - Take 2, 3 minute timings on each group of lines. Focus on technique.

21E - Key each line twice.

21F - Take 2, 3 minute goal writings. Determine your GWAM speed



Tuesday - March 1st 

Complete Lesson 20

20A - Key each line twice, identify any misstrokes

20B - 2 minute timings on each group of lines

20D - Read rule about what a "common noun" is. Key each line, underlining each common noun as it appears.

20E - Key each line 3 times

20F - Key each line - pay careful attention to spacing and quotations.

20G - 2 minute Technique timing on each group of lines. Focus on improving technique.

Long Block:
Complete the following written assignment: The Importance of Goal Setting (right click, save as)



Monday - February 28 (last day of the month)

Complete Lesson 19

19A - Key each line twice, identify any misstrokes

19B - Take a 2 minute technique timing.

19C - Read & Practice

19E - Key each line twice - note the underlined section.

19F - 2, 2 minute technique timings




* note: interim report marks are due Friday. Make sure all your assignments are handed in.



Week 4 Complete




Friday - February 25

Complete Lesson 18

18A - Key each line twice, identify any misstrokes.

18B - 3 minute timing on each group of lines.

18C - Read and practice

18D - Key each line twice

18E - Key each line, pay attention to hyphens.

18G - 2, 3 minute timings.



Thursday - February 24

Complete Lesson 17

17A - Key each line twice, identify any misstrokes.

17B - 1 minute timing on each line.

17C - Read through and practice

17D - Key each line 3 times.

17E - 1 Minute timing on each line, focus on technique.

17F - Read & practice.

17G - 2, 2 minute goal writings. - Determine your GWAM


Wednesday - February 23

Catch Up Day - Finish any incomplete lessons or activities.

Ensure the BC Trivia and What Will My Life Be Like? question sheets are complete and handed in.

If finished everything - re-test yourself on the Typing Speed Test - Has your score improved since test 1? test 2?

Finally - have some fun with some Typing Games.


Tuesday - February 22

Complete Lesson 16

16A - Key each line twice

16B - 3 minute timing on each group of lines.

16C - 2 minute goal writings - Determine your GWAM

16E - Key each line 3 times

16F - 2, 3 minute timings.

Finish up any assigned work and make sure it's all properly submitted to the hand-in folder.

Complete: What Will My Life Be Like? (right click, save as) 
  • Complete this writing activity and give careful thought to your answers.


Monday - February 21

Complete Lesson 15

15A - Key each line twice

15B - 2 minute timing on each line - work on technique.

15C - 2 Minute goal writing - write as much as you can in 2 mins, if you finish, start again. 
         Records GWAM timing at end.

15D - Type paragraph, correct mistakes as you go along.

15E - Key each line twice

15F - 2 minute timing, pay attention to TAB spacing.




Week 3 Complete




Thursday - February 17

Complete Lesson 14:

14A - Key each line twice

14C - Take 2 minute timing on each paragraph.

14D - Take 2 minute timing. Count your words, divide by 2. Determine your GWAM.

14E - Type paragraph, correct the mistakes.

14F - Key each line twice.

14G - Take 2, 2 minute timings. Make sure you follow exact spacing with the TAB key.

  • Have a great long weekend!!

Wednesday - February 16

Finish any incomplete work from yesterday before proceeding forward.

Complete Lesson 13: 

13A - Key each line twice.
13B - Take a 2 minute timing on each group of lines.
13C - Take 2, 1 minute timings on each group of lines.

- Locate the tab key. It is used to properly indent paragraphs. It should be reached with the "A" finger (pinky of left hand)

13G - Practice proper keystrokes. Make sure you copy the same format (indent at each new paragraph)



Tuesday - February 15

Complete Lesson 12:

12A - Key each line twice.

12B - Take 2, 2 minute timings on each line.

12C - Take 2, 1 minute timings on each set of lines (1,2,3) + (4,5,6) + (7,8,9)

12D - Key each line 3 times.

12E - 1 minute timing for each line. Focus on technique.

12F - Take 2, 1 minute timings on whole paragraph.

When finished, place in the hand-in folder.

Redo: Speed Test from Day 1 - notice any improvements?


Final Activity in Long Block - Use the internet to find the answers to our Vancouver Trivia Quiz #1 (right click, save as)
Fill in the answers and place in the hand-in folder.



Monday - February 14

Complete Lesson 11:

11A - Key Each line twice

11B - 2 minute timing on each line (lines 1 - 6)

11C - Key each line 3 times

11D - GWAM = Gross Words a Minute - Read through how to calculate your GWAM. Calculate your GWAM timing           
        for 11C

11E - Answer questions 1 - 4

11F - Take 2, 2 minute timings of the entire paragraph.


GWAM (Gross Words A Minute) is the calculation of keyboarding speed by taking the total words keyed and dividing by the time allowed. For example, keyboarding a total of 90 words in a three minute timing would mean 90/3 = 30 gross words per minute or 30 GWAM. There is no deduction for errors when calculating GWAM. GWPM (Gross Words Per Minute) is exactly the same as GWAM. The terms can be used interchangeably.




Week 2 Complete





Friday - February 11

Complete Lesson 10:

10A - Each line twice, double space after each pair of lines.

10B - 2 minute timings on each group of lines, work on improving technique. Improved technique = improved speed!

10C -  Practice typing each line, Take 2 minute timing on third section (lines 7,8,9)

10D - Each line twice, double space after each pair of lines.

10E - 2 minute timings on each group of lines. Again, work on technique.

Complete: Lesson 8: Bottom Row: NM,./?
               
Lesson 9: Bottom Row: ZXCVB

Please hand in all Warmup Records before the end of class to input marks.


Thursday - February 10

Complete Lesson 9:

9A - Each line twice, double space after each pair of lines.

9B - Take 2, 2 minute timings of all 4 lines. Double space after each timing.

9C - Practice typing each line, Take 2 minute timing on third section (lines 7,8,9)

9D - Key each line 3 times, double space after each group of lines.

9E - Take 2, 2 minute timings on each group of lines (3 groups in total)




Wednesday - February 9

Complete Lesson 8: 

8A - Each line twice, double space after each pair of lines.

8B - Read

8C - 1 minute timing on each line, work on technique.

8D - Type each line 3 times

8E - Read / Review

8F - Read, ensure your arms are in the proper position. Take 2, 2 minute timings of all 4 lines.
       flip the page - 
       Take 3, 2 minute timings of lines 1-5 

When finished place in the hand-in folder.




Tuesday - February 8

Complete Lesson 7:  

7A - Each line twice, double space after each pair of lines.

7B - 1 minute timing on each line (each line as many times as possible in 1 minute), double space after each timing.

7C - Practice

7D - Focus on correct spacing
  • Space once after a period with initials or abbreviations
  • Space twice after a period used at the end of a sentence
7E - Each line twice, double space after each pair of lines.

7F - 1 minute timing on each line - focus on improving technique (home row, posture, hand / wrist position)

7G - 2, 2 minute timings.

When finished place in the hand-in folder.


If finished everything else - see our new section on typing games. (they are actually fun, I promise!)

Monday - February 7

Complete:

6A - Key each line twice, double space after each pair of lines

6B - Take two, 1 minute timings (type as many of the lines as you can in 1 minute, then repeat)

6C - Just for practice

6D - Key each line twice, double space after each pair of lines

6E - Take two, 1 minute timings on each group of lines (1,2,3 & 4,5,6)

When finished place in the hand-in folder.





Week 1 Complete




Friday - February 4

Complete:

5A - Each line twice, double space after each pair of lines

5B - 2 minute timings on each pair of lines (type for  2 minutes, each pair as many times as you can)

5C - Each line twice, double space after each pair of lines

5F - Take 2, 2 minute timings press "Return/Enter" whenever you see R/E, not at the end of the line


Pop Quiz - Keyboarding Techniques (make sure you type in your full name)


Thursday - February 3

Complete:
4B - Type each line twice, double space after each pair of lines
4C - 1 minute timing on each line, double space after each timing
4D - Lines 1,2,3 - practice each line once
     - Lines 4,5,6 - Two 1 minutes timings, focus on technique (ensure hands are home row, back straight, etc)
     - Lines 7,8,9 - 2 minute timing, goal is to keep eyes on the book
4E - Key each line twice, double space after each pair
4F - 2, 2 minute timings on each pair of lines (1,2) & (3,4)

When finished Word document, place completed work in the Hand-In Folder / Hamlin / Keyboarding 11 / Lesson 4



Wednesday - February 2
 
Complete Lesson - 3B (twice), 3C (2x1min on each line), 3D (2x1min on first line, 2mins on 3rd line), 3E (twice), 3F (2mins)
 
Use the Online Timer if you do not have a watch or phone with a stopwatch.
 
When finished Word document, place completed work in the Hand-In Folder / Hamlin / Keyboarding 11 / Lesson 3
 
 

Tuesday - February 1
 
Read Lesson 1A, B, C, H
  • Complete in a Word document sections 1F, G, I, J, K
 
Read Lesson 2B (microcomputers), 2C, D
  • Complete in a Word document 2E, F, G, H

When finished Word document, place completed work in the Hand-In Folder / Hamlin / Keyboarding 11 / Lesson 1 & 2


 

 
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