Remembering information longer, improving reading and writing skills and creating more thoughts are the main reason why Kepler student should note by hand. If Kepler wants its students to be special and different, it have to train them in different ways like training them to be genius, critical thinker, and also to be professional. Encouraging them to take note by hand is the best way of making them genius and critical thinker. This is important than being professional without any content in mind. Therefore, I can advise instructors to encourage students to take notes by
Consistently, people tell students that reading is critical and is “good” for them; however, do they ever explain why reading is critical? What does reading do except to improve our reading skills? As a small child, we learn the alphabet, then we learn to read, and from that point on, we just continue to improve reading. A common idea is that reading can help develop our knowledge and critical skills throughout our education process; in addition, studies show that reading fiction can improve empathy, awareness, and even our social skills. Many argue, however, that many who read already contain empathy skills and never gain any empathy skills through reading.
For benefit the people, especially the poor classes, I embarked writing this book to become accessible to everyone. It is written in a simple way to make it easier for the reader to understand and apply it and take advantage of its knowledge. One of the goals of the book is to ease the effort of the reader, and shorten the time and effort, Instead of the reader is going to buy tens of books to read hundreds of pages;
According to Farrell (2009) research has indicated that people store words semantically, not alphabetically like in a dictionary; that the more we use a word, the easier it is to remember; and that we will remember faster the word we have more recently used. Many times we as teachers suggest that our students read as much as they can so they can expand their vocabularies. We can hope this will happen and sometimes it does, but we have an important role to play in motivating our students to enlarge their vocabulary banks by intervening directly and teaching them how to do this. Many teachers try to accomplish this by getting their students to memorize word lists or look at synonyms and antonyms of a word and then doing fill-in-the-blank exercises connected to these memorized words. These efforts may be useful, but recent research has indicated that ELLs acquire vocabulary more effectively when they are directly involved in constructing the meaning of a word rather than memorize
Speed reading is the exact opposite of passive – the active involvement that you have with speed reading will show how much of your reading you can understand. You already know that knowledge and understanding require participation from you. So yes, speed reading is about doing a little more work to be able to do a lot more work a whole lot quicker! A brief history of speed
Reading Studies show that reading for pleasure makes a big difference to children’s educational performance. Children who love to read every day not only perform better in reading tests than those who don’t, but also develop a broader vocabulary, increased general knowledge and a better understanding of other cultures (Pearson, 2017). Many people have been curious or have wondered for now and in the past about why reading is important, it is important in many kinds of reasons. By reading, it could develops our mind, develops the creative side of people and develops our imagination, besides, reading is fundamental to functioning in today’s society, it is a vital skill in finding a good job, and it discovers new things. Reading is so important because it develops our mind.
The growth of knowledge had been very rapid which simply implies that if we do not read, we are left behind in terms of significant information. Reading materials for this matter are, therefore, very helpful in keeping ourselves abreast of current community activities that can affect our lives, our families, and our country. Today, there are many available materials that cater to man’s reading needs and tastes like books, newspapers, comics, and other handouts that are informative in nature. Among the various reading materials, the book, as many writers pointed out, is still the most compact and portable device available for the storage and retrieval of information ideas. Roces stated that a nation of avid readers is an informed nation and an informed nation can make wiser decisions, initiate community programs, and value reasons, persuasion, morality, law and order above passion and violence.
Humans have developed a coping mechanism, to cope with the fast changes the world undergoes each second due to the advancements in technology. Those changes can be easily noticed such as, how people gather most of their data from internet instead of a book, and the students’ usage of an online platform to check their grades, and to view the assignments set to them by teachers/professors. To cope with these advancements, schools are also considering converting traditional books into electronic books for lower grades schoolers. Transforming traditional books into electronic books will have many disadvantages, and might cause conflicts to lower grades students such as, decreasing their comprehensive skills level, and their concentration, damaging the students’ eyesight, trying to regulate the students’ hyperactivity, and curiosity, and the undeniable importance of developing, and depending on the students’ senses at that age. Throughout the past centuries, traditional paper books have been introduced, and used as a way of teaching, and have shown the ability to increase the students’ comprehensive skills by creating a connection between the physical book, and the student.
These include Kame'enui & Simmons' discover that reading drill increases word recognition, and Stahl's discover that oral vocabulary skills relate with reading and writing ability improvement. For English language learner students, both reading and writing ability development and vocabulary learning are extremely important. (Giving many people the same test and scoring all the tests the same way) schedules mean that both goals need to be met quickly. In a perfect world, the textbooks students read should provide maximum benefits for both developmental goals, but there has not been research to figure out which kind of texts are most likely to do so. This study tries to figure out whether ELL students learn English vocabulary better from story texts or (explaining something)
The internet can be like a book as well, as we have to skim through the book for information just like we have to do so on the internet. Using the internet is also relatively easier as it is less time consuming. It also makes a person more curious with providing the person with documentaries, pictures and videos on the given subject. Another advantage of online information is that it can be edited and more things can be added to it, however you cannot edit the same book, you would have to publish another updated version which would require money and it would be costly. Online information is free for everyone and anyone in any corner of the world can gain access to it.