Hadley presents basic braille writing, letters A through J.
This is the braille cell. It has six dots. Letters are formed using combinations of these dots.
This is also the braille cell. Letters are written using combinations of these six dots. Each dot is assigned to a finger. One, left index finger. Two, left middle finger. Three, left ring finger. Four, right index finger. Five, right middle finger. Six, right ring finger.
We use our keyboard, along with a computer program, to simulate braille writing. F, dot one. D, dot two. S, dot three. J, dot four. K, dot five. L, dot six.
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