Take your practice book (which should be flat when placed on a table) and count the number of words in five lines to calculate your current reading rate. Divide this word number by five, and you have your average word-per-line number.
Next, calculate the five-page number of text lines and split them in five so that the average number of lines per page is reached. Plus, by average, the number of words per line and you have the average number of words per page.
Mark your first line and read for exactly 1 minute with a timer — don’t read faster than usual. Multiply the number of lines by your average words-per-line after exactly one minute to determine your actual word-per-minute rate (wpm).
Second: Trackers and Pacers
By using a monitor and pacer, regression, back skipping and fixation period can be reduced. Do you use a pen or finger to show the importance of a monitor if you calculate the number of words or lines above? If you did, this should direct the fastening efficiency and accuracy through the use of a visual aid. This has nothing to do with reducing these inefficiencies than conditioning read rate.
We are going to use a pen for the purposes of this article. If you hold the pen in your dominant hand, the line (the cap) will be underlined, holding your eye attachment above the pen end. It will act not only as a tracker but also as a pacer which keeps speed and the fixation time constant. You can hold it as you want, but it is recommended that you keep it flat against the page under your hand.
Use the pen and pacer as a tracker. Substrate each line and concentrate over the pen tip. NOT CONCERN YOURSELF AVISION. Keep each line up to one second limit and increase the rate for each of the following pages. Read, but you should never take more than one second per line under any circumstances.
Repeat the method, keeping each row for a maximum of half a second (two rows for one-one-thousand). Some people will not understand what is planned. Have your speeds and strategies ready-made and this is a speed exercise designed to facilitate the system’s adaptations. Do not reduce velocity. Focus on the pen, focus on technique at speed, for one-half second per line over three minutes. Concentrate on the practice and don’t dream.
Third: Perceptual Expansion
You can still display and record the sides of the screen, if you focus on the middle of the computer screen (focal region of the fovea inside the eye). Peripheral vision training can increase reading speed by more than 300 percent to register more effectively. Untrained readers spend 25-50 percent of their hours “reading” content free margins on margins by moving from first to last terms.
Let us use one hypothesis:’ Students once enjoyed reading in four hours of the day,.’ If you could start reading in the’ time’ and finish the fourth line, you would remove 6 out of 11 words, rather than doubling the speed of reading. This concept is easy to deploy and to combine with the follow-up and pacing you have done.
1) Technique (one minute): Use the stylus to track and pace one line per second consistently. Start one word in each line from the first, and end one word in the last.
DO NOT CONCERN YOURSELVE AVAILABLE. Hold that line for a total of one second and increase the speed for each of the following page. Write, but you should not take more than one second per row under any circumstances.
2) Technique (one minute): Use the pen to map and pace one line per second at a constant speed. Start two words from each line’s first word and finish two from the last word’s two words.
3) Speed (three minutes): From the first word of each line start at least three words, and from the last word end three words. Repeat the technique, keeping each line to a maximum of 1/2 second (2 line for 1000).
Some people will not understand what is planned. Hold pace and technique-you prepare your perceptive reflections and this is an exercise to make the process easier to adapt. Do not lower velocity. Focus on the pen and focus on technique at pace for half a second per row for three minutes. Concentrate on your workout, and don’t think.
Fourth: New WPM Read Speed Calculation
Label your first line and read exactly one minute with a minute timer. Read the fastest level of comprehension. Multiplied the number of lines by an average number of words per line, so the new words per minute (wpm) frequency can be defined.