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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Sept. 21, 1970)
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RAPID READING ... In Reading Dynamics you
learn to read faster naturally without mechan
ical devices and without losing the enjoyment
or flavor of reading. Nor do you skim or skip.
You triple your present rate by taking in entire
thoughts at one time.
COMPREHENSION ... As concentration in
creases, comprehension improves. In addition,
you learn to read expectantly for the author's
concepts to which important facts and details
may be attached. The result is greater depth
CONCENTRATION . . . Concentration while read
ing and studying is very difficult for many peo
ple who read slowly. Rapid reading requires
close attention, and concentration quickly im
proves so that students are not easily distracted.
CONCISE NOTE TAKING . . . Recall techniques
organize a conference or lecture as it occurs,
eliminating voluminous notes and reorganiz
ing. Recall patterns are especially valuable if
- the presentation is not concise and if your mind
RETENTION ... A very important measure of
your reading ability is how much you remem
ber. Retention is improved by reading for con
cepts, by using recall patterns, by maintaining
a high level of concentration, and by remem
bering by association.
ORGANIZATION ... The first vital step in study
ing is organization. We teach the student how
to organize and use varied texts, supplements,
suggested readings and class notes.
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SHERMAN IIXBT -NU
tit wpm at 50 comprhnsioit
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It has definitely madu m read
fastor. lut tho most important
thing is that it has built up my
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TOM HOFFMAN NU
285 wpm at 30 comprehension
2900 wpm at 14
t would definitely praise the
course to anyone who wishes
to succeed in reading. To any
student entering a higher degree
of education, I would highly
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SHEBRY IEHR - NWU
393 wpnt at 86 camprehensien
3120 wpm t 93
This course shows you how to
study and organize besidus read
JOHN SIMMONS - NU
47 wpm at 60 comprehension
2008 wpm at 93
You can save a immense
amount of time by improving
your reading speed. This is
a help both to a student and a
Attend a FREE one-hour MINI-LESSON
Find out why we have over 500,000 members
The best way to find out what the course is all about is to attend an hour-long mini-lesson. The
mini-lesson will introduce you to your classroom procedures. It'll show you how we extend your
retention and recall. It'll give you a glimpse of pur sessions on new study techniques. You might
even foave the mint-lesson reading faster than when you earns in.
DATES: Monday, September 21 (TODAY)
TIMES: 4 and 7 P.M. LOCATION: 1601 "P" St.
CLASSES STARTING : TUESDAY, SEPT. 22.
.7 P.M. WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 23. 7 P.M.
MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1970
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