How to become a better ReaderBecoming a better reader
It' simple for most poeple to get to read more quickly. Often their literacy is only a question of habits. Be careful when you' re literate, as if it's really important. The way most of us view TV, i.e. inattentively and passively.
You have to make an exertion to read. PAYMENT RESPECT. Take 30 to 60 seconds to make a sneak peek. Look at the titles of the chapters. Look at all headlines, captions and highlighted, cursive or black prints. Look at all images or illustration, diagrams or graphics. Scroll quickly through the section, read the first and last few paragraphs and take a look at the first phrase of each other one. Complete the volume and ask yourself: ---what is the basic notion?
When you have a general understanding of what the section is about before you actually start rereading it, you can better grasp it and recall it. Once you are at last at the point where you actually start slowing down the passages, you' re going to start looking in a'questioning' way - as if you're looking for something.
You will at least recall one thing about the text you have just had. When you' re ready to talk to yourself. Language is a relatively sluggish business; for most, the mean rate is about 250wps. It should be an action that only affects the eye and mind.
Have a look at thought groups. Research has shown that our viewers have to make small stopovers when reading. Low-paid reader make much, much more fixings (eyestops) than good reader. Attempt reading in sentences of three or four words, especially full sentences and pre-positional sentences. Arid reader always reads and reads the same sentence.
Doing " regression " will double or triple the read times and often does not lead to a better understanding. The best thing to do is to take a close look the first one. You' ll be remembered better when you stopped studying. Adjust your read rates according to the level of complexity and spelling of the text.
Bad reads always at the same low reading pace. A powerful reader accelerates for lighter stuff and decelerates for the harder ones. There are things that shouldn't be reread at all. Juridical materials and very complicated text should be carefully studied. The" fun" of poems, theatre pieces or prayers is not really felt when you "quickly read" the text.