Another visual way to read smarter
Last tip (#4) talked about checking out the FREE Sneak Peek and experimenting with the Key Word concept to expand your peripheral vision.
Another way to expand your peripheral vision is to read phrases. Phrases are groups of words that form a thought. In this sentence,/ the phrases are separated/ by slash marks/ making it easier/ to pick up more words/at a glance. By intentionally looking for these thought groups, you can read faster with as good or better understanding. It’s especially great for technical material. Again, experiment with it on your own reading – either on paper or on-screen!