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Tofler, author of Third Wave, contends that we are now in the
information age. It is said that power belongs to those who
have the knowledge and information. This we would like to
Being in the information age, so many data and inputs are available.
Tons and tons of materials are readily available with just one click of
the mouse. Numerous data are readily available to all people. Yet, how
come not all of these people who have access to mountains of materials
are considered powerful?
It is our contention that those who are able to wade through tons of
information, comprehend, and make use of that knowledge for meaningful
purposes IN A SHORTER PERIOD OF TIME are the ones who hold the key to
power. Speed is the key.
This reality reinforced the need to update our skills in speed reading.
The need to accelerate our reading and learning abilities to the
extreme resulted to this book. This book offers techniques that you can
make use to hasten the skill in reading and comprehension. It
presents scientific explanation on the causes of slow
reading. It explains how the practice of hearing
voice actually saying
the words you are reading can drastically slow you down.
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Speed reading basically covers two areas: reading
These go hand in hand. It is useless to study speed reading if you have
trouble in absorbing information. You should already be an able reader
before you try to speed read. Speed reading will not help you if you
have problems in understanding the meaning of the words. To be able to
enjoy the full benefits of speed reading, you
must have the necessary facilities in understanding college-level
Before starting on speed reading exercises, you must have the condition
of your eyes checked. You might want to adjust your reading glasses.
Speed reading will exercise your eyes, and would not unduly
them and hamper your improvement. Consult the eye doctor for possible
advice on how to take care of your eyes. They will provide advice on
the best position while reading, proper position of the lamp or light
source, what to do when you experience eye strain, etc.
Apart from these, the speed of learning speed reading (excuse the pun!)
is heavily dependent on four other factors. Ask yourself
these important questions:
* Why do you want to improve your
reading? The purpose determines the motivating factors that
will inspire you to go through and complete the whole program.
How much do you want to improve? Do you want to increase it from 300
words per minute to 800 wpm then to 1,000 wpm? You have to set a target
to be able to determine the extent of your growth.
How much time do you have for the exercises? Practice make
perfect. It is not enough for you to know the skills, but you
should devote time to practice and upgrade your skills faster.
How open are you to new techniques? This report requires you to have an
open mind to be able to see and recognize the usefulness of new and
scientific techniques in speed reading. This report incorporates new
practices such as reading a report from the computer.
It is said that speed readers are considered impatient readers. So,
what are you waiting for? Let the lessons begin
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How many times have you promised yourself to read more but just never
found enough time?
you could do it quickly and more efficiently.
Effective and efficient readers learn to use many styles of reading for
different purposes, which include skimming, scanning, and critical
reading. Before reading, you need to identify the purpose why
doing such activity: Are you looking for background information on a
topic you know a little bit about already? Are you looking for specific
details and facts that you can marshal in support of an argument? Are
you trying to see how an author approaches his topic rhetorically?
It is crucial to know your purpose in reading as it helps focus your
attention on important aspects of the text. Before turning those pages,
take a moment first to reflect and clarify what your goal really is.
There are many ways to
familiarize your self with the background of the text, and gain a
useful overview of its content and structure before actually absorbing
and digesting the text. Seek information about the context of the
reading, its purpose, and its general content. Look for an abstract or
an authors or editors note that may precede the article
any background information that is available to you about the author,
the occasion of the writing, its intended audience, and more useful
After viewing the title and noting general ideas that are accessible to
you as a reader, you can continue to browse pages and scan paragraphs
in order to get the gist of what material the text covers and how that
material is arranged. As soon as you finished looking over the text as
a whole, read the introductory paragraph or section, noticing that some
authors will provide an overview of their message as well as an
explicit statement of their thesis or main point in the opening portion
of the text. Considering the background
information, the messages conveyed by the title, note or abstract, and
the information from the opening paragraph or section, you should be
able to proceed with a good hunch of the reading materials
In order to become aware of your reading situation, ask yourself
What do I want (or need) to know and learn?
In which context do I want (or need) this?
Which texts could suit these needs?
What made me choose this text?
How deeply an understanding of the text do I need?
How much time have I got?
How do I want to proceed?
To help you determine a purpose, consider the following ideas:
Are you looking for brief information, main ideas, complete
comprehension, or detailed analysis?
How will this text help you?
Is this the best material to meet your goals?
What does background or summary information provided by the author or
editor predict the text will do?
Does there seem to be a clear introduction and conclusion that can be
What claims does the author make at the beginnings and endings of
Are there key words that are repeated or put in bold or italics to help
you skim and scan?
What kinds of development and detail do you notice? Does the text
include statistics, tables, and pictures or is it primarily prose?
Are names of authors or characters repeated frequently?
Scan a section for key words.
Skim to the words that provide meaning and may be useful for you and
Speed readers are considered impatient readers. They read with a
purpose and want to find answers immediately. They cant wait to
out what the whole text is all about that they usually make predictions
and guess the answers.
readers say, "If I think ahead while I am reading, my predictions may
The truth is, predicting is useful because all your concentration is
focused on the reading and you are actually making senses of it. Speed
readers predict what the text is likely to tell them next, but they are
not upset if a prediction is wrong; they quickly adjust their
Speeds for Different Materials
You do not need to read every word to understand a text; however some
texts will require careful reading, so you need to know when to adjust
your reading speed. Skim a text, and then decide if a slower reading
approach is necessary.
In order to avoid reading every word, you must increase the rate your
eyes move across the page. As a practice activity, choose an easy
material for to read. Sweep your eyes faster across the page than
youve ever done before. Do not mouth the words; do not even
say them. Start with short practice periods, e.g. 3 minutes, record
your rate (how many words have you read in 3 minutes?), and then
continue with longer periods or with texts that are more complicated.
The First Steps in Speed Reading
In reading, your starting position and reading gesture is relevant: sit
up straight, with the book being held by your left hand, and with your
right hand doing the pacing.
Being already a good reader is a plus factor in attempting to speed
read. Otherwise, it may be quite difficult and may take some time.
Speed reading program will not work if you have problems comprehending
and your vocabulary is too little. In fact, rushing through things you
can't understand is actually useless. Yes, you may be able to read
fast, but you just wonÃ¯Â¿Â½t understand what you will be
Read until the end! Do not get tired, discouraged, or bored; dont
stop reading when you want to. Dont you know that ideas do become
clearer the further you go with the reading materials? After you finish
reading, recall the things that you have learned, return to the ideas
that seem unclear, and reread them in order to grasp their ideas. When
you begin to read, you should:
Be able to find the answers to the questions youve come up with
Answer guide questions at each chapter (you may see these questions at
the beginning or at the end of the chapter)
Take note of the important words and phrases underlined,
and bold printed
Read only one section at a time, and recite the summary of each section
Do not ignore captions under pictures, tables, graphs, etc.
Carefully read and absorb difficult passages. On parts which are not
clear, dont be afraid to stop and reread
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How Deeply to Study the Material
Where you only need the shallowest knowledge of the subject, you can
skim the material. This is done by reading only chapter headings,
introductions and summaries.
need a moderate level of information on a subject, then you can scan
the text. Here you read the chapter introductions and summaries in
detail, but may speed-read the contents of the
and understanding key words and important
concepts. At this level of looking at the document, it is worth paying
attention to diagrams and graphs.
you need detailed knowledge of a subject is it worth studying the text.
Studying is skimming the material first to get an overview, and
afterwards reading it in detail while seeing how the information
presented connects to the overall structure of the subject. An
effective method of getting the deepest level of understanding on a
text is to use a formal method such as SQ3R (discussed in a later
Do you read every article of every magazine, or every chapter of every
book? If so, you're probably spending a lot of time reading stuff you
don't need. Remember: You don't need to read all of what you DO read.
Be choosy. Select the chapters and articles that are important. Ignore
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conscious brain takes in 16 bits of information per second, compared to
our non-conscious brain that absorbs 11 million bits per second. Can
you imagine the difference? That is the reason why we hate to do stuffs
consciously because it does take effort and discipline. Our
non-conscious brain structures process tons of information coming from
our sense organs such as breathing, heartbeat, and blood circulation,
not to mention instincts and emotions all without our
The eyes, our primary tool in reading, only take in information when
they are stopped. If you want, you can verify this by holding a book up
in front of people and let them read a certain part in it. Watch their
eyes as they read though don't tell them what you are observing. What
feels like continuous motion is actually
move stop read,
move stop read, and so on. Speed readers minimize the
number of stops
maximizing the number of words taken in at each stop.
Here's an exercise that will help you develop effective eye movements.
Try looking at the following sentences in three ways:
First, focus your attention: look only at the first "S" in success.
Second, adjust your focus / attention: look to be able to see at the
entire word, "success".
Third, adjust your focus so you are seeing three or more words at the
Because you can't say three words at the same time, you can't
subvocalize if you are reading three words at a time. Thus, elimination
of vocalization from thought is necessary. Although many think that
verbalization is essential to linking words with concepts, common
experience shows that this is not so. For example, if someone asks a
mechanic how a car works, he surely knows what to answer but will have
a problem in how to respond. The subject of his thought is too complex
and multi-dimensional to be expressed in linear forms.
He may be able to visualize and manipulate concepts -- and
find answers -- to mechanical problems in his mind without ever putting
those thoughts into words.
The same is possible with abstract ideas (which are also often highly
complex and multi-dimensional), though it takes practice because there
are no definite "images" to fall back on. In some cases, especially
when the thought involved is quite complex, removing the verbal
component not only speeds up the thinking process, but can even lead to
intuitive leaps that verbal thinking might have prevented.
Consider the way in which you are reading this text. Most people think
that they read the way young children do either
at best word-by-word.
The truth is, we do not read letter-by-letter or word-by-word. Instead,
we are fixing our eyes on block of words. Notice the way your eye
muscles actually move when reading a printed text. Try to move your
eyes to the next block of words, and go on. Effectively you are not
reading words, but blocks of words at a time. The period of time during
which the eye rests on one word is called a fixation.
You may also notice that you don't always proceed from one block of
words to the next. Sometimes, you may move back to a preceding block of
words if you are unsure about something or if you dont understand
it meant. These disruptions to the forward flow of reading are called
Only speed readers have been trained to create mini eye movements,
while the rest of us read with micro eye-movements. The former produces
speed reading because they engage the peripheral-vision to chunk words
simultaneously, not just one-word at a time; while the latter is
automatic, and keep adjusting our eyes to place the words we read on
our foveal centralis, the sharpest focusing area of our retina.
Most people read in the same way that they watch television in
inattentive, passive way. What they should know is that reading takes a
lot of effort and you must exert the effort. A wise teacher once told
me that you can learn anything if you do three things. That is,
PAY ATTENTION, PAY ATTENTION, and PAY ATTENTION.
remaining chapters below details steps to improve your reading speed
while maintaining or improving reading comprehension. These are
included in the speed reading master course as part of the colossal
mind brain library.
Chapter 3: Radically Increasing Your Reading
Self-Pacing Techniques in Speed Reading
The Hand Technique
The Finger Technique
Speed Reading Tips
What Causes Slow Reading?
Tips for Increasing Reading Rate
Chapter 4: Suggestions for
Increasing Speed and Effectiveness
Major Causes of Slow Reading Speed
Where to Begin ... with Your Next Reading
Effective Reading Methods
Reading Daily News
Reading to Learn
Chapter 5: Human Mind and
Subvocalization is a Necessity
Subvocalization: Good or Bad?
Eliminating Subvocalization to Increase Reading
Do you Vocalize Words in Your Mind?
Eliminate the Habit of Pronouncing Words as you Speed
Stop Talking to Yourself When You Speed
Chunk Four Words
Use of a Pen or Finger
Chapter 6: Getting the Main
How So What Questions Help in Speed
Be an Active Reader
Answer the Questions at the End of Each
Question while you are Surveying
Recite After Each Section
Tips for Developing Good Eyesight
Speed Reading Calculating
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Fixation Time for Speed Reading
The minimum length of time needed for a fixation should only be a
quarter of a second. By pushing yourself to minimize the time you
take until you reach such rate, you will get better at picking up
information from very brief and few fixations. This is a matter of
practice and confidence.
Relationship between Rate of Reading and Comprehension
shows that there is a big relationship between rate and comprehension.
Some people read rapidly and comprehend well; others read slowly and
comprehend badly. Thus, there is some reason to believe that the
factors producing slow reading are also involved in lowered
Good comprehension depends on whether you can extract and retain the
important ideas that youve read, not on how fast you read them.
can do this fast, then your reading speed can be increased. If you pair
fast-reading with worrying about comprehension, your reading speed will
drop because the mind is occupied with your fears; hence, you will not
be paying attention to the ideas that you are reading.
However, if you concentrate on the purpose of reading (locating main
ideas and finding answers to your questions), your speed and
comprehension should increase. Your concern should be not with how fast
you can get through a chapter alone, but with how quickly you can
comprehend the facts and ideas that you need.
Comprehension during speed reading is easier than during standard
reading. This is because the mind is busy looking for meaning, not
rereading words and sentences. The average reader spends about 1/6th of
the time rereading words than actually reading them.
Rereading interrupts the flow of comprehension and slows down the
process, thats why the habit of rereading should be eliminated.
How to comprehend easily? Scan the chapter first. Identify the sections
to which the author devotes the most amount of space. If there are lots
of diagrams for a particular topic, then that must also be an important
concept. If you're really under time pressure, you can skip the
sections to which the least amount of space is devoted.
Take note on headings and read the first sentence of every paragraph
more carefully than the rest of the paragraph. The main idea is usually
situated there. Read the important parts and the main ideas. Focus on
nouns and main propositions in each sentence. Look for the noun-verb
combinations, and focus the mind on these. Then, close the book and ask
yourself what you now know about the subject that you didn't know
before you started.
Important: Don't reread the same phrases from the text!
Poor readers read and reread the same phrase over and over again. This
habit of making "regressions" doubles, or worse triples, reading time
and often does not even result in better comprehension. A single
careful, attentive speed reading may not be always enough for
completely comprehending the matter you are reading, but is often more
effective than constant regressions in the middle rate of a reading. It
is best to work on paying closer attention and doing a preview first
before the careful reading.
To help reduce the number of times that the eyes go back to a previous
word or sentence, run a pointer along the line as you read. This could
be a finger, a pen, or any pointed material. Your eyes will follow the
tip of your pointer, smoothing the flow of speed reading. The speed at
which you read using this method will largely depend on the speed at
which you move the pointer; so if you want to speed up your reading,
you also have to increase your pointing rate.
An efficient reader adjusts his speed and strategy to suit the need of
the moment. The 5 types of reading are classified into:
Skimming refers to reading quickly to gain a general impression as to
whether the text is of use to you. You are not necessarily searching
for a specific item because it only provides an overview of
Skimming is somewhat like reading the morning newspaper. You dont
actually start at the top left corner and read every article on every
page. You read the headlines, reject many of the articles that you
dont find relevant, and read only those that interests you,
in a hit and miss fashion reading the headline, the first
skipping down to check out the names of the people.
Why Should I Skim?
of most reading materials are not all important and relevant. Some of
them are simple supporting details in which absence of them still makes
the text complete. In other words, they are only trash. You
waste your time reading the trash at all, would you? The important
items may be skimmed and earmarked for later reading. The critical ones
may be skimmed to confirm that they are really critical. What is left
in the really critical stack will demand
then, you may want to skim each one before you read in detail.
Skimming on a regular basis develops your ability to learn this
strategy. It also improves other reading rates such as for studying and
for average reading. It builds your knowledge and vocabulary base so
you have the background to rapidly absorb these ideas as they appear in
How to Skim
Read the title. This focuses your attention on the topic.
Read the introduction. This may be the first paragraph or two. It
usually describes, in general, what the entire selection will be about.
Read the first sentence in each paragraph. Often, as many as 80% of the
paragraphs start with a summary or topic sentence. The rest
of the sentences in the paragraph simply elaborate. You may skip the
elaboration unless it is obviously necessary, such as the definition of
a very important term. When you skim, you really are only
looking for general ideas.
Read the conclusion. This may be the last paragraph or two. It usually
summarizes the article, specifies an opinion, or makes some
recommendations based on the general content.
Test your comprehension. Look away from the article and tell yourself
in a sentence or two what the entire article was about.
When youre looking, say for instance a car service phone number
telephone directory, you don't read every listing, do you?
Instead, you skip over a lot of unrelated information and scan for a
visual image of the name of the company on the relevant page. It is
like looking for a friend at the basketball game. You do not
look at each individual face across every row of seats.
Because you have a visual image of your friends face, you scan
audience until you see him. Scanning printed words is similar to this.
to locate a single fact or a specific bit of information without
reading everything in the whole text material, or even in just a
chapter. Perhaps you have a list of terms that you know are going to be
on the next biology test. You have already encountered them during the
lecture in class so while reviewing, you just look up each word in the
index, go to the given page number, and scan for just that word. When
you find them, you read the sentence in which they appear. If it is not
yet clear to you, then you may want to read the entire paragraph.
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How to Scan
1. Flip through the pages to see how the
information is organized. It may be alphabetical, chronological,
topical categories from most important to least important, or the
standard essay format of introduction, body, and conclusion.
Turn to the section most likely to contain the specified details.
Keep a visual image of the key word in mind.
Run your eyes over the material in a search for that keyword visual
image. Don't be tempted to stop and browse. You can do that some other
Reading for leisure tends to be 'light'. Thus, the main purpose of the
reader in performing this type of reading is when he has ample time in
such activity. Light reading is done according to the following:
Read at a pace that feels comfortable.
Read while understanding.
Skim the boring, irrelevant passages.
light reading speed is 100-200 words per minute. This form of reading
does not generally require detailed concentration.
4. Word by
of reading is time consuming and demands a high level of concentration.
It is done by reading a word after every word. Some materials are not
readily understood, so they require slow and careful analytical
reading. People use this type of reading for unfamiliar words and
concepts, scientific formulas, technical materials, and the like. It
can take up to an hour just to read a few paragraphs or chapter of the
The main method used in reading to study is called SQ3R. Its aim is to
understand the material in some depth. The method involves five simple
steps, namely Survey, Question, Read, Recall and Review, in which the
name came from.
Survey: skim thoroughly to gain an overview and note key points.
Question: devise questions you hope the text will answer.
Read: slowly and carefully.
Recall: from memory, write down the main points made by the chapter.
Review: revisit and answer the questions you first raised. Compare
these to your recall and establish how well the text has answered them.
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