11. May 2013 · Comments Off on Original Words · Categories: News · Tags: ,

Fast reading courses: are you? In this article you will find tips and tricks for making a decision with respect to take a speed reading course where it presented him or find out on their own. One of the objectives of take a speed reading course, is helping people who want to increase their reading speed to choose those words that are beneficial in the reading material and set aside those that are not so useful. All (as) we have an innate ability to focus on the word and be able to visualize with ease. Through the proper use of a course of this nature, you will know which words can eliminate in a sentence or a paragraph, what helps (it) you increase your reading speed dramatically. Many (ACE) teachers realize that a condition called sub vocalization is a challenge we all face in order to increase our speed of reading. As we have learned from children or girls from an early age, chose sub vocalize our discourse (murmur in the) breathing); the words that we are reading. But the method that is taught in the read speed is the opposite of that.

We have to learn again to read in a new way, in a way that does not ralenticemos our ability to understand. There are several techniques that a good school in the subject or a group of textual practices will teach you about the reading speed. Some of the methods are good and others are not. The main problem is that what is good for a person using a method does not conform to all tastes. All (as) we are different.

The main method used is the formation of certain parts of the brain to refine lasa words that are crucial to the understanding of the subject called reading. We have to do this without the need to really hear the words in mind. Of course, this is no easy thing. It is very similar to when we learned of physical abilities. One has to practice over and over again to be good (a) on a specific task. In the same way, while more reading skills with given practice acquire, easier to us again. I’d like to leave a comment on this article that just read; also tell me a little bit and tell me which is your main frustration when trying to read faster. I’ll be personally answering your questions and comments. Thanks, Carlos Gallego.

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