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An Introduction to Speed-Reading
100-200 wpm 400-900 wpm 1,000 wpm (and above) Mastery Good Average Poor 200-400 wpm Ranking Speed
25,000  wpm! Howard Stephen Berg
Most Common  MISTAKES   in Reading
Reading “slo-o-o-o-o-wly and carefully”
Left-to-right linear eye movement
Sub-Vocalisation
Fixation
Skip-Back
Some simple TACTICS   to improve Reading Speed
The LALALA Exercise
 
Tactics <ul><li>Take in ‘chunks’ – stop the linear reading and sub-vocalisation </li></ul><ul><li>Use a ‘marker’ </li></ul...
Take in ‘chunks’ at a time
Are you ready?
JUST DO IT!
 
DON’T LEAVE HOME WITHOUT IT
 
THE ULTIMATE DRIVING MACHINE
 
THE ULTIMATE DRIVING MACHINE DON’T LEAVE HOME WITHOUT IT JUST DO IT!
Use a  marker  (real or virtual)
Best  Conditions  for Reading
Be comfortable but not  too  comfortable!
Have at least two good reasons for reading what you are reading
Closing words…
“ Practice –  forever ” Kenny G
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Speed-Reading: An Introduction

  1. 1. An Introduction to Speed-Reading
  2. 2. 100-200 wpm 400-900 wpm 1,000 wpm (and above) Mastery Good Average Poor 200-400 wpm Ranking Speed
  3. 3. 25,000 wpm! Howard Stephen Berg
  4. 4. Most Common MISTAKES in Reading
  5. 5. Reading “slo-o-o-o-o-wly and carefully”
  6. 6. Left-to-right linear eye movement
  7. 7. Sub-Vocalisation
  8. 8. Fixation
  9. 9. Skip-Back
  10. 10. Some simple TACTICS to improve Reading Speed
  11. 11. The LALALA Exercise
  12. 13. Tactics <ul><li>Take in ‘chunks’ – stop the linear reading and sub-vocalisation </li></ul><ul><li>Use a ‘marker’ </li></ul><ul><li>Reduce the ‘frame’ </li></ul><ul><li>Start slow then increase </li></ul><ul><li>Avoid fixation </li></ul>
  13. 14. Take in ‘chunks’ at a time
  14. 15. Are you ready?
  15. 16. JUST DO IT!
  16. 18. DON’T LEAVE HOME WITHOUT IT
  17. 20. THE ULTIMATE DRIVING MACHINE
  18. 22. THE ULTIMATE DRIVING MACHINE DON’T LEAVE HOME WITHOUT IT JUST DO IT!
  19. 23. Use a marker (real or virtual)
  20. 24. Best Conditions for Reading
  21. 25. Be comfortable but not too comfortable!
  22. 26. Have at least two good reasons for reading what you are reading
  23. 27. Closing words…
  24. 28. “ Practice – forever ” Kenny G
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