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Advanced Reading ConceptsSpeed Reading Plus
Advanced Reading ConceptsSpeed Reading Plus
Advanced Reading ConceptsSpeed Reading Plus
Advanced Reading ConceptsSpeed Reading Plus
Advanced Reading ConceptsSpeed Reading Plus
Advanced Reading ConceptsSpeed Reading Plus
Advanced Reading ConceptsSpeed Reading Plus
Advanced Reading ConceptsSpeed Reading Plus
Advanced Reading ConceptsSpeed Reading Plus
Advanced Reading ConceptsSpeed Reading Plus
Advanced Reading ConceptsSpeed Reading Plus
Advanced Reading ConceptsSpeed Reading Plus
Advanced Reading ConceptsSpeed Reading Plus
Advanced Reading ConceptsSpeed Reading Plus
Advanced Reading ConceptsSpeed Reading Plus
Advanced Reading ConceptsSpeed Reading Plus
Advanced Reading ConceptsSpeed Reading Plus
Advanced Reading ConceptsSpeed Reading Plus
Advanced Reading ConceptsSpeed Reading Plus
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    • 1. Advanced Reading Concepts Speed Reading Plus Reading Faster to Understand More  Advanced Reading Concepts 2006 Presented by: Bonnie James, President bonnie@advancedreading.com www.advancedreading.com 614-486-2473 888-524-0012
    • 2.  Advanced Reading Concepts 2006 When I say “I teach Speed Reading – What do you first think?”
    • 3.  Advanced Reading Concepts 2006 Myths Of Speed Reading
    • 4. Fear
    • 5. Oh, boy!
    • 6. Leap of Faith
    • 7.  Advanced Reading Concepts 2006 Does It Work?
    • 8.  Advanced Reading Concepts 2006 Real Instruction—Real Results
      • Nationwide—343 students 20 Classes R.E.I.* 878 %
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        • Average beginning reading speed:    223 words per minute
        • Average beginning comprehension:   78 %
        • Average ending reading speed:  1,577 words per minute
        • Average ending comprehension:    83 %
    • 9.  Advanced Reading Concepts 2006 Real Instruction—Real Results
      • NASA GRC & Wright Patterson AFRL--- 161 students 10 classes
        • Average beginning reading speed:    240 words per minute Average beginning comprehension:    77 %
        • Average ending reading speed:  1,528 words per minute
        • Average ending comprehension:  86%
    • 10.  Advanced Reading Concepts 2006 Are they really READING it? I ask them: “What is reading?”
    • 11.  Advanced Reading Concepts 2006
    • 12.  Advanced Reading Concepts 2006 I compare it with mine – It’s pretty much the same! But it’s not the same as their core (inner child) definition!
    • 13. Reading Back Then  Advanced Reading Concepts 2006
    • 14. Reading Back Then  Advanced Reading Concepts 2006
    • 15. Reading Back Then  Advanced Reading Concepts 2006
    • 16.  Advanced Reading Concepts 2006 But the most powerful tool is when they see their OWN progress!
    • 17. Student Log Setting Goals is Important, too ! BEGINNING GOAL ENDING Date Title: Einstein Date Title: Old Man and the Sea 4/24 wpm % REI wpm % Avg. wpm %
    • 18.  Advanced Reading Concepts 2006 But Does It Last?
    • 19.  Advanced Reading Concepts 2006 “ Greetings Bonnie, It was excellent to speak with you after 20 years . You worked with me via a City of Columbus NMA session in 1988 and it made all the difference in my career . I gained the confidence needed to start studying and sit for the Ohio Architectural Registration exam. The skills that counted the most were my ability to concentrate, read, comprehend accurately, retain the knowledge and recall in order to make correct choices and decisions . Respectfully, Conrade C. Hinds, Architect
    • 20. Bust the Myths Because Fear Is: FEAR alse xpectations ppearing eal

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