7 Ways To Read and Understand students, some readers after they are done with the reading of a page or a book do realize that they don’t understand all what they have read.They realize they are only daydreaming, It happens to everybody at some point or another : maybe you got little or no interest or little time in what you’re reading. In this article i will be showing you the 7 ways to read and understand.
“This article will help and make your reading more easier ,faster and much fun.”
7 Ways To Read and Understand
1.) Know The Type of Book You’re Reading
Before attempting to read the book or text, you should take a moment and reflect upon just what type of book it is. Knowing this will help you to relate to the text you want to read. Depending upon the difficulty of the reading, you may want to do more in the way of planning how you will take it on.
There are some books that are not clear on this scale between extremely easy and extremely difficult. In my own experience, I found MasterKeys To Riches by Napoleon Hill to fall somewhere in the middle. I read the first couple of chapters fairly easily and loosing interest. I started over with a new plan of taking notes in order to gather the main points.
The difficulty of the book will not always be clear. That is why it is also important to remember tip two.
2.)Set Your Goals Before Reading
Like i do say “Set your goals first and from no where you will see direction.”
What do you want to get out of this book or text? Are you reading it for a class, in order to understand a certain topic? Are you reading it for pleasure, just hoping to gain a new perspective on it? Or perhaps you’re gathering information for some plan.
The point is that if you don’t know what you want to get out of the book, then you most likely will end up with nothing rather than everything. Knowing what you want and what you want to do gives you a focus, a goal, some sort of problem to be understood. Of course, for leisure reading, this is more difficult, but for classes this is essential. You want to gain a way of looking at a certain topic that will allow you to take part in discussion and more or less make your way through the class.