Unlike other skills we seem to have mastered as we grew up, reading and comprehension seem to be something we take for granted. If we read at normal speeds of around 120 words a minute with good comprehension we think that is enough. Think about it though, how many times have you read something and [...]
The Literacy Company Expands their line of Speed Reading Products with the Release of Speed Reading For Dummiesins_user2016-10-22T09:06:05+00:00
Ron White memory expert recommends this article: The Literacy Company Expands their line of Speed Reading Products with the Release of Speed Reading For Dummies Scottsdale, AZ (PRWEB) August 12, 2009 Scottsdale, Arizona -- The Literacy Company announces the release of Speed Reading For Dummies, written by its Founder and CEO, Richard Sutz. Sutz [...]
Speed reading courses are designed to help readers choose the words worth reading and which ones are not. Being able to look at a word without having to concentrate on each and every letter to visualize the word is already practiced by most readers. By using a speed reading course you will be able to eliminate more words in a sentence increasing your rate of reading.
Conscientious students spend many hours with a book or article in front of them and eventually either copy out chunks of information or forget what they have read by the time they have left the library. This section and those on Note Taking and Using the Library should, hopefully, make private study time more effective for all students.
Two Powerful Speed Reading Exercises Speed reading is all about breaking out of the old habits we have become accustomed to when we were children and just starting out to learn how to read. Over the years, we have become use to reading word by word and while this was good when we were first starting out to learn how to pronounce and comprehend each word in it's written form, it is by all means not the most efficient way to read. In this article, I am going to provide you with two speed reading exercises that have helped me learn how to speed read.
Is this a dream or science fiction? Can someone actually read a book in 30 minutes? First, let's ask where the idea of speed reading originated. A woman named Evelyn Wood turned in an 80 page paper to her college professor expecting him to read and return it the next day. To her surprise he read the entire paper in seconds and graded it immediately