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THE SPEED READING WORKBOOK Read faster with better comprehension .

 
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THE SPEED READING WORKBOOK Read faster with better comprehension .
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As we approach the start of the 21st century, we are undergoing a major revolution in information. Access to information is made easy by the many journals and magazines available on a multitude of subjects. In addition, there is a wealth of information on the world wide web (the Internet) which is available for access by all users. You can find information on almost any subject, common or obscure. Many search engines make it easy to find the information you want. It is up to you however, to find the exact information that suits your needs.

While information availability and access is increasing, most people find that they have less time available to read the material they are required to, or are interested in. In many cases, magazines and books lie on shelves waiting their turn to be read. You have to choose the material that you read in finer detail, at the expense of material that you would have liked to read if you had the time.

Speed reading will allow you to read more materials in the same time that you spend reading now. Thus, it allows you more time to read the materials that you want to. As your speed reading skills improve, you will also train yourself to focus in on important details within the reading material. You will begin to retain more of the material that you read, and also find time to continue doing the things that were preventing you from reading more in the past.

Contents:

INTRODUCTION 1

Step 1: PREPARATION

Step 2: UNDERSTANDING YOUR CURRENT ABILITY

Step 3: USING A POINTER

Step 4: WORDS AS A GROUP

Step 5: SKIMMING

Step 6: DYNAMIC READING

Step 7: INCREASING COMPREHENSION

 

Contents:

INTRODUCTION 1

Step 1: PREPARATION

Step 2: UNDERSTANDING YOUR CURRENT ABILITY

Step 3: USING A POINTER

Step 4: WORDS AS A GROUP

Step 5: SKIMMING

Step 6: DYNAMIC READING

Step 7: INCREASING COMPREHENSION

 

Contents:

INTRODUCTION 1

Step 1: PREPARATION

Step 2: UNDERSTANDING YOUR CURRENT ABILITY

Step 3: USING A POINTER

Step 4: WORDS AS A GROUP

Step 5: SKIMMING

Step 6: DYNAMIC READING

Step 7: INCREASING COMPREHENSION

 

As we approach the start of the 21st century, we are undergoing a major revolution in information. Access to information is made easy by the many journals and magazines available on a multitude of subjects. In addition, there is a wealth of information on the world wide web (the Internet) which is available for access by all users. You can find information on almost any subject, common or obscure. Many search engines make it easy to find the information you want. It is up to you however, to find the exact information that suits your needs.

While information availability and access is increasing, most people find that they have less time available to read the material they are required to, or are interested in. In many cases, magazines and books lie on shelves waiting their turn to be read. You have to choose the material that you read in finer detail, at the expense of material that you would have liked to read if you had the time.

Speed reading will allow you to read more materials in the same time that you spend reading now. Thus, it allows you more time to read the materials that you want to. As your speed reading skills improve, you will also train yourself to focus in on important details within the reading material. You will begin to retain more of the material that you read, and also find time to continue doing the things that were preventing you from reading more in the past.

Contents:

INTRODUCTION 1

Step 1: PREPARATION

Step 2: UNDERSTANDING YOUR CURRENT ABILITY

Step 3: USING A POINTER

Step 4: WORDS AS A GROUP

Step 5: SKIMMING

Step 6: DYNAMIC READING

Step 7: INCREASING COMPREHENSION

 

Contents:

INTRODUCTION 1

Step 1: PREPARATION

Step 2: UNDERSTANDING YOUR CURRENT ABILITY

Step 3: USING A POINTER

Step 4: WORDS AS A GROUP

Step 5: SKIMMING

Step 6: DYNAMIC READING

Step 7: INCREASING COMPREHENSION

 

Contents:

INTRODUCTION 1

Step 1: PREPARATION

Step 2: UNDERSTANDING YOUR CURRENT ABILITY

Step 3: USING A POINTER

Step 4: WORDS AS A GROUP

Step 5: SKIMMING

Step 6: DYNAMIC READING

Step 7: INCREASING COMPREHENSION




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