Speed Reading For Education
7 Speed Reading EDU is the world's most advanced accelerated reading system for schools. Based on proven principles of faster reading, 7 Speed Reading EDU contains all the features of 7 Speed Reading plus:
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Stephen L. (Reviewer)
Because one of the best ways to increase reading speed is to increase the time spent reading, it’s important that you enjoy reading, so that you’ll do more of it. The more you read, the better you’ll be at it, and you’ll also increase your vocabulary and your knowledge on a range of topics. If you’re enjoying the act of reading, you’ll be less likely to get bored and give it up. A love of reading is something that needs to be emphasized as early as possible in a person’s life, which is why it’s so important that children are encouraged to read, and why children who have problems reading need to get help immediately. Education Northwest, a student- and teacher-focused organization in the United States, has been evaluating the Read Right program which helps schoolchildren with their reading skills, and concluded that it provides essential services for students who are having problems with reading comprehension.
As you know – especially if you’ve been using the 7 Speed Reading system – reading comprehension is a crucial part of speed reading. It’s not enough to just skim your eyes over text on a page, you need to understand what you’ve read, and remember it. The Read Right program helps students integrate all aspects of reading, rather than focusing on phonics or pronunciation or word-by-word definition recognition, and helps move them to the next level of reading, where they’re able to absorb text while processing the information contained in that text. Education Northwest followed a group of over 400 students who were using the Read Right program, and found that not only did their reading skills improve, but that the students were more likely to read for fun, all on their own. And if children are choosing to read, you know that their speed reading skills will improve at the same time as well, giving them an even better ability to succeed at school and in their future careers.
Is the Read Right system being used at your child’s school? What results have you seen?