These days, too much reading is expected of your child, and there’s no way your child can do anything about it. In schools, students are bombarded with textbooks that they have to read, take notes, and bring massive pieces of information to remember. And remember in the exam. Stress levels sometimes reach the ceiling, and students and parents become demotivated.
Of course, there is a tendency to think if I read faster will I be able to understand what I’m reading? You will also start to think more clearly. Reading faster is not a soft skill. It’s more of complex skill and can be compared to the analogy of riding a bicycle. If you can ride a bike, think about the weather for a minute. When he first tried to ride a bike. Was it easy? Could you keep your balance when you first got on the bike? Probably not! Dead easy.
The exciting thing about your ability to ride a bike is that once you learn the skill, you retain it for the rest of your life. It’s almost as if a new software program has been installed in your brain, and you can never erase that program. Reading faster is very similar to being able to ride a bike. You need to know the techniques required to get your eyes to grasp words more quickly and convince your brain to process that information effectively.
Is it easy? Well, it depends on your commitment and whether you have the positive mental attitude to put the technique into practice until you reach a What can you as a parent do to help your child read faster? First, you need to understand that our eyes are motivated by movement. Try staring at an inanimate object for a long time and see what happens.
Note that your vision will become blurry, and you may see a double. The thing about the human eye is that it’s a direct extension of our brain. So everything you see with your eyes travels through the optic nerves, and eventually, the information is processed in the brain. The good news is that our human eyes can process an image in about a quarter of a second.