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Hi! Brian Dempsey here, and I just wanted to make a quick video to
address a couple things that came up in a discussion on Facebook
about reading and becoming a better reader
and so as we kinda went through this thread
online we were sharing some tips and ideas
about how to improve our reading comprehension
and so I thought I would share a few things that I do
and maybe this will be a help to you.
Number one when you read a book, and by the way we will
title this video 10 tips to improve your reading comprehension,
and so number one is from
Benjamin Franklin himself and what he said was never read a book
without a pen in hand and so on what took that to heart
I hardly walk to a mailbox without having a book
and a pen and so on if you have a pen in your hand
no matter what you're reading you have the opportunity to
underlined, highlight...personally I like to
scribble, circle, argue with the author. If you read in the
in columns in my book sometimes I write, well that's a great point
or you're a blooming idiot or whatever. But I
I really interact with the author
as I write in book. And some people I know it makes your skin crawl
to just think other writing a book but if you want to improve your reading
comprehension
the very first thing that i would do is take benjamin franklin's advice
and never read a book without a pen in your hand
another thing we talk about reading comprehension uh number two
is read a whole paragraph
or a whole section before you
go to highlight or underline something
I know sometimes I can get ahead of myself then all be reading through a
book
and utmost to the kinds of books that I read are not
up they're not novels and nonfiction books and so
their their little bit more %uh technical
or or unit 4 study so long
so sometimes we will begin reading and a very first line that you see that's
interesting you want to highlight that
and what I found is if you read the entire paragraph first
a lot of times there may be a summary statement or there may be
I'll %uh a little better information for you to highlight
down in the paragraph a rather than just %uh breaking up your train of thought
I'm so you may want to read a whole section first
and then go back and find what you want to highlight and I think that'll help
with the same reading comprehension
another thing a bit I do
I in fact I do it a lot is I read out loud
and on if you read out loud you will read more slowly
then if you read silently but there are times
where up by reading out loud by reading with inflection
you were able to job to have more sense is engaged in what you're reading so
you're not just saying it but you're also
I'll hearing what you're reading and that simply helps with
reading comprehension is well and by the way iris study
just today about I reading out loud
and the study gave some great insights. One of the things that it mentioned was on
if people read a list you like a list the
items and one of those
items was different than the rest maybe there was a list of 10 things and
it was ten times and birds and lot or nine times byrd's
and one was a sport people we tend to remember the sport
and they would forget the other nine and so
what it shows is those things that stand out those things that are somehow
different tend to make up more than impression
in our brain so a lot of times well do is if I'm reading
I come across the paragraph that you is just a really solid something I really
wanna get
I'll stop an hour we that out what held and it really helps the set it apart
in my thinking so %uh so there are times where you can read out loud so
never read a book or yet never read a book without up in your hand
read a whole paragraph per section before you go through and highlighter
underline
at times readout while and then also
I read silently you know if we're gonna read out loud sometimes some tomfoolery
silently
and I'm I would encourage you if you do this we're talking about reading
comprehension
%uh read with a pencil read with a PN and simply
check you to as you see something that stands out you see something interesting
simple will check in the margin and that way you can keep reading
this gives you the big picture a book and then you can go back through
and look in and pay attention later to some other things that you
you checked but I'm that will help improve your
comprehension this next one I think is %uh something a lot of people just don't
do
and win your you're reading to study when you're reading and it's something
that you really want to comprehend its not just enjoyment
I'm something that I do %uh often in fact it probably makes you look pretty
silly for
somebody looking in my office or maybe I'm driving down the
the road but if I read something I'll
stopped into the paragraph written into the section
at all went through it in my mind
and sometimes I leave it hot through it out wild as if I'm explaining
what I've read to someone I if you can formulate your thinking and not to be
able to communicate that
to someone else then it's just gonna
increase your comprehension and if you do that throughout the book
if you do that throughout your I study
its its going to help us significant significantly so on
so never read a book load up in your hand read the whole paragraph first
at times readout while other time three silently and simply check things that
are important
explain what you re and then I'm
this comes from a chapter in a book that I'm going to recommend here just a
moment but
learned X-ray book when we were talking about reading comprehension
on recognize that it's okay not to read
the entire book I in fact there are lots of books that i buy
that I skim through the table of contents II look at the things that
are going to be important to me especially if it's a compilation
and them and I pick and choose the the sections of the book that I'm going to
read
and I it took me awhile to not feel guilty about not reading the whole book
and only reading parts so it but doing bad debt by being more selective
I was able to benefit much more
then if I simply labored through
on some things that presented information that at the time I just
wasn't interested in
so learn to pay attention to the table of contents
and really pick out the areas that you want to
read I'm also something that I tend to do
is pay attention to summary
words and summary words are things like a
therefore or as a result or in conclusion
I'm and make sure that when you see that
you were able in your mind to know what his argument was what the author's
argument was before he got to a summary
because if you see a summary word and you don't understand the previous
argument
then you're not really comprehending mezzo I usually mark
those Thomas summary word I'll underlined noun
and I'm I'll go back and make sure that I know what the points are
that are leading up to the authors conclusion
and sometimes thought we find that you know he's made some kind a logical
fallacy
and really the points that he's brought forth can lead to other conclusions or
maybe it's it's simply not
conclusive on also
something that I would encourage you to do isn't
use highlighters or circle and underline
key craze is in a book I'll take it I do that here
here's an example love a book that I read just this past week
and you can see bit boy I highlight
and then you know I was reading and this particular book is on pluralism
and so I'll right here's the word tolerance
and then I will underline the key phrases are the key words
within a sentence and I'm that really helps to
to stand out it also helps when I highlight my underline
when I finish a book up before I simply put it down to move on to the next thing
I'm
I typically pick it back up and go page for patient just
look back through it and I will read what I've highlighted
on I just don't understand folks personally who can read a book
and they they don't mark in it they don't ride in it and
then you know maybe but 1 keep all her maybe one thing that really stood out
it simply lost in there two or three or four hundred-page book
and i cant open it up and go back and find that
and so I would encourage you eyeliner and
p.m. I'm also
when it comes to reading comprehension mark words
that you don't know this is something that in some
%uh is one to help increase your vocabulary I recently read
Justin absolutely outstanding book called professor
and a madman and if you can see the subtitle
here the subtitle is I'll a tale of murder
insanity and making at the Oxford English Dictionary
so it is a book about the making
up the dictionary so on I wasn't too surprised
when there were 35 or 40 words
in the first you know however many chapters of this book that I didn't know
but I went through and circle every single solitary word I didn't know
and I was done up because this is not only Kendall
on I simply went to dictionary not common spent
spend a little bit I'm and looked up some of these words and have added a
couple
to my vocabulary a few days or a little archaic
I'm bad I'm anyway fantastic thing to do circle words
that you don't know finally up the last
yet is read this book
how to read a book and on more for Adler
and charles van doren I absolutely outstanding
and not love the things that this does
is it it helps you %uh to
be able to read multiple works and to compare them
it hands the tip about X-ray notebook
annual kinda understanding the authors on purpose in Golan
not being able to evaluate a book to see if it's something that
you want to read to begin with solana
was this review no such intense real quick then number on throughout
number one never read a book without up in your hand
number two I read a whole paragraph
before you go through and Highline or
underline anything and that what you get the bigger context in
sometimes can find the conclusions I'm at times when you need to
read out loud your read more slowly but it will help you to remember that as you
engage your senses
I'm also reads I would and as you read silently
simply use it a pencil in just check %uh
key paragraph C you want to go back and read later explain
what she really did learned too extreme book and realize that you don't have to
read every single chapter
on pay attention to summary words therefore as a result
in conclusion circle and underlined key
words and phrases in a sentence or in a paragraph
um mark words that you don't know and look them up
again if you have to take it is double clicked and it pops up the dictionary
there
and then finally read how to read a book I hope these tips are helpful to you
and happy reading
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