Teach Students to Read More Efficiently

Improve Comprehension, Speed, Recall, and Enjoyment


Key Elements of Our Program

  1. 1.We train reading teachers and staff in K-12 and College.

  2. 2.We also work individually with individual students or groups of students.

  3. 3.There are two levels of instruction:

  4. a.Elementary School Beginners and Adult Beginners

  5. b.Slow, average and good readers in middle school, high school, college and adult life

  6. 4.Students progress from the first level to the second level of instruction when ready.

  7. 5.Part of our program includes our Free Reading Course, which students do online.

  8. 6.There is immediate improvement in the ability to read the following:

  9. a.Internet articles

  10. b.Textbooks

  11. c.Novels

  12. 7.We offer a Free Demo to teachers and/or students.

  13. 8.The Key to teacher and student instruction is Our Free Training Manual, which is designed for all levels of instruction.

We teach you how to master a new type of reading. We do not sell software. We offer training in how to use the software that you already have on your iPad, iPad mini, iPhone, iPod Touch, Mac laptop, or Mac desktop computer,  or on your PC (including software that you can download for free). The first part of the training teaches setup and operation of the controls for this new type of reading. The second part of the training teaches you how to improve your reading using these controls and this new approach. You will learn how to use this approach to read almost any article on the Internet, or any textbook or novel, at the speed you think, up to 500 words per minute and above. Besides completing assigned reading, you will overcome the 18 Bad Reading Habits and develop transferrable skills for reading regular books. We also show you how to teach Elementary School Reading Skills. Each approach is introduced below.

What you will experience in our approach to Reading for slow, average and good readers is a new way to experience a lecture, combined with a new way to read. Students use this approach to immediately improve their reading of textbooks, novels and Internet articles. Imagine going to a lecture  where you get to choose the speed at which the professor speaks. Secondly, as the professor speaks you also read each sentence just ahead of the sound, pausing at the commas and periods for the sound to catch up. Thus, the sound acts to immediately correct any reading errors, and completely removes any reading anxiety. At the end of each sentence, the sound pauses automatically for as long as you wish, for you to think about what you have just read for as long as you want. Then when you are ready, you press a single key to proceed. You can also repeat any sentence as many times as you want before proceeding. You are in complete control. You proceed with full comprehension and focus at the speed your mind processes thought. With a little practice, you will quickly increase your speed up to 500 words per minute and above.

We also show you how to enhance Elementary School Reading Skills. This separate approach is for elementary school students and adult beginners and focuses on decoding, automaticity, and fluency. In this approach the student tries to  read out loud a highlighted section of text, before hearing it read. Then the student hears the text read correctly. If the student made a mistake in what was just read, or had trouble reading, the student echoes what he or she just heard. This is a different way to use the Proportional Reading approach from that used in middle school, high school, college, and for adult readers. Our Training Manual teaches both approaches. The elementary school approach is also used for improving English speech.

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50 Broadway, #31

Beverly, Massachusetts 01915


Phone 1-(978) 927-9234

Skype: readinghelp

Contact Person: John F. Adams

Main Internet Site: http://www.helpmyreading.com

E-mail: proread@tiac.net