Three Techniques

Are you tired of wasting your time slowly reading? Indeed, the quick reading will be the most valuable tool for you at this time. Think about that in just a week can double your reading speed, i.e. that will read twice the articles in less time. In this article, will teach you three technical quick read that will help you to significantly increase your speed reading: A technique as simple as follow his own finger with the view it will increase its pace of reading. Use your finger as if it were a pointer that will mark your reading rate.

When the finger reaches the end of the line, lower until the beginning of the next line, carrying his eyes until the first word in that line. Moves the hand by page, following a route letter S-shaped. To practice this technique, find a text of about three thousand words, and try to make a mock of reading in just a minute, moving his hand s on pages. Add five more pages, and then a new mock reading of that section, again in a minute. 3. Read in 2 consists of 2 lines as indicated by the title, read the lines of 2 by 2.

To practice, take a newspaper (that have columns) and read an article of 2 in 2 lines. At the end of the reading, write in your notebook what article. If you put into practice these techniques of speed reading, in barely a week your brain will get used to a new reading speed. You will notice it especially when reading the newspaper, because once the technique is incorporated in their habits, you will use it unconsciously and eyes will go more quickly automatically.

Gull Waters

A journey through a network of legs gull through a sea of sharks. Definitions: Gull – a victim, a fool; vulnerable to mislead, deceive, defraud. Shark – voracious marine fish; swindler; fellow raptors, an expert. Shark skin – stiff, smooth finish! As a gull with newly acquired webbed feet, I began to try on new waters. My new webbed feet allowed me to surf the waves he had never seen before, flying high with excitement and sometimes being overwhelmed by the cut size of the waves. The waters that I'm finding are very broad and diverse, extending in all directions, some hot, some cold and some hot Lucas. Several are also fish in these waters. Some small and tasty, but not large enough to satisfy my hunger.

Offering some are large and juicy, more than enough to feed themselves, but rather difficult to achieve in the teeth. This needs perseverance and a firm stance, refusing to let go. Recently Preventive Medicine Research Institute sought to clarify these questions. The more I hold the more I can bite, and finally, the easier it is to share with others and help them get their teeth into this great fish. There are, however, I am discovering, dangers in these waters. Navigating the sea with webbed feet attracts some other fish that are hungry to dig their greedy teeth into my flesh, and eat everything I have.

These are the sharks! Stiff, smooth looking creatures, who hide in the waves, just below the surface, clear out of sight, just visible enough to be confused with a big fish meat ready for the feast. But Acuity! You other young gulls with your new webbed feet. These sharks are coming for you! It will lure you into a corner and snap to grab everything they can get, and let the foam writhed in helpless and lost and stolen! Sharks are used every possible means to draw you to them. Some banners wave of luxury, quite similar to the signs pointing to where the fish Etabl good. However, other seduce with fish sharks dummy, which resemble the real thing. But Acuity! These fish are never so easy to catch and these false offers are too easy to be true. They are traps. Try to grab one and the shark will you. Yes! The World Wide Web surfing is a dangerous place. It is an interwoven network of goodies and dangers. I've learned to be cautious as they navigate these waters, to be less gullible, and watch out for the many sharks. a Here are some tips for young gulls. 1. Test the waters before diving in. 2. Never believe what they say without checking it out. 3. Ask some of the large gulls, which have evolved with the experience to become the Dolphins. They say they are the sharks to avoid. 4. A sure sign of a shark: "Come to me and I will give a lot – immediately!" Stay away from such. 5. If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is.


If we remember that at present we can speak more of periods of treatment that of periods of hospitalization, and analyzing the presented/displayed schemes previously, we see that, although the young patient can spend seasons attending his scholastic center of reference, the educative attention that is offered to him there is not understood like hospitable pedagogy, since the boy is not in a hospitable center. However, the vital situation of the boy is the same, continues being an ill person in treatment that, although returns to the daily thing, does not do it, naturally, in the same way nor in the same conditions. The doubts are many that they have teachers and the teachers of these centers of origin when they must take care of the boy in these phases of nondefinitive return again. Its condition has a weight so important that it takes to new expositions when to be related to him like student, at the time of explaining the things to him, to demand to him, to play, to eat We can say that the teachers of the ordinary centers make pedagogy hospitable whereas they pay educative attention to the young patient. The domiciliary attention, as well, does not receive the denomination of hospitable either, although it works in a while with the boy in whom clearly it is in low form. In addition, the professionals who dedicate themselves to this task find with the peculiarity to have to realise it within the familiar context, aspect that gives to its educative action characteristics that make it different from any other situation. Who is in charge to carry out this pedagogical action? What type of formation has received to be able to do it. A communitarian exposition does not exist that allows one integral attention, but diverse instances, each one of as acts on the boy when this one physically occupies a space in its enclosure. According to Dean Ornish M.D, who has experience with these questions.