Reading Rates Matter for Children, How to Make Reading Fun, Raise Reading Rates



How to Make Reading Fun for Adults:

To counteract the distractions of sound that accompany some reading videos, V. R. Duin, explored how to make reading fun for adults as well as for children. Her first effort was with quiet reading animations. Since choice of sound is personal to individuals, it was left out. These videos were focused on reading. The goal was to encourage families to raise reading rates at home, at school, at work and in the community during online activities with their children. During initial tests of these videos, V. R. Duin learned that sound is important to the modern tech experience. To improve the learning experience, sound was added to most of these videos.

Technology shows how to make reading fun for readers of all ages and media types. Reading rates matter for children and adults of the Digital Age. Technology enables everyone to participate fully in the process of learning and understanding content. For example, screen readers raise reading rates at home, at school, at work and in the community by assisting those who cannot see or navigate content. Young children often are challenged as they study and work to develop early digital skills. Adults also complain they don't have the time or the tools for reading. Reading Rates wants everyone to love reading.

Reading rates matter for modern living and learning. To stimulate learning, our reading videos are designed to make reading fun, contemporary and inspirational. The videos are carefully crafted to provide purpose and meaning. The goal is to encourage children to raise reading rates at home. Often, they are reading at school. Adults often leave reading for work. Reading can be done everywhere in the community. While waiting in lines, there is no better time to pull out a book or read one online. The articles on this website show how to make reading fun for adults, too. The words to this video are: Those who think tech is cool really should stay in school. Our world has a need for folks who can read. This text does not form part of any V. R. Duin book. (39 seconds)