Different Types of Reading

Different Types of Reading
Sean Oh
Reading is the thing that we do when we are bored, hungry for information, or just when we want to read because you want to know the ending. There are three types of reading: speed reading, comprehension reading, or reading for fun.
Speed reading is when you try to read a passage out loud as fast as you can. Mostly this happens at times when your teacher wants to test you on how fast you read things, or for a test. Basically, most readers will not do this when they are reading books for fun.
Comprehension reading is different. When you read a book, you know that there’s a beginning, middle, and end of a story. There are plots, problems, solutions, resolutions, climax, and much more. In comprehension reading, you read something so you know the book well. You are ready to be asked questions mostly about the book and the characters and what they do. Careful readers go back to important parts of the book and reread them, so they are ready for test questions coming at them.
Now, just reading for fun is mostly what you do after you’re done with your homework and you want to do something other than play video games. People go read less carefully and less speedy than in a speed read or a comprehension read. Lots of people think that this is what you do when you want to describe reading.

Reading is one of the many things that people do. It’s a need for school. It is important to do these three types of reading once in a while to extend your reading skill. If school children do it, you can too.

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Different Types of Reading

One thought on “Different Types of Reading

  1. IL HWAN OH says:

    Thanks, Sean. Good job.
    Reading is very important to do our everyday life.
    I think that you and Sherry need to read many kinds of books.

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