The Tutoring Center, Bear DE 


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Reading is one of the best activities you can engage in to expand your knowledge, vocabulary, discover new ideas and even do better in school. Still, there are ways in which you can take more advantage of it and make it an enjoyable part of your routine. If you’d like to learn how to become a better reader, The Tutoring in Bear has a few tips for you. 

How to Become a Better Reader

Read the Right Material for You

If you aren’t fond of reading but would like to start a habit, pick reading material that sparks your interest. Likewise, remember to choose something that’s not too easy or too hard for you to understand or go through.

Pick the Right Time and Place

If you want to read calmly and enjoy your book, you should pick the right time and place to do it. Create a book nook where there are no distractions and where you can sit comfortably. Likewise, set up a time frame to read when you don’t feel rushed, pressured, or tired.

Get a Dictionary

More often than not, while you’re reading, you’ll find a word here and there that you don’t quite understand. This is why having a dictionary close can be really helpful! Look up those words you don’t know and expand your vocabulary.

Take Notes

Another great way to keep your focus and learn while you read is to take notes. You can write down punctual information, plot points or even make a glossary with the new terms you have learned with a certain book.

Share and Discuss

If you’d like to make your book experiences that much more enjoyable and rewarding, share and discuss your opinions, feelings and thoughts about something you’ve read. By doing this, you’ll also gain new perspectives and interpretations.

For Tutoring in Bear…

If you require extra assistance studying or reading, come to The Tutoring Center. Here, we provide personalized lessons and sessions to help you achieve your goals. We even offer a Geniuses in Training Reading Program to help you improve your reading comprehension, vocabulary, and more. Call (302)-832-2400 to learn more about our programs and methods.


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