[nabs-l] Tips for improvement

Zachary N. Griego-Dreicer zdreicer at gmail.com
Tue Aug 30 20:04:01 UTC 2016


Hi! It takes a lot of practice, I would devote some time outside of school each evening to practicing, that way you can improve your speed over time. For example you could set a timer for three minutes and see how many words you can read/right in that time, and keep doing this over time and see if you improve. I'm having kind of the same issue with my slate and stylus practice for my braille class but I know I will be able to become more proficient in this overtime. I hope that helps and if you have any other questions please let us know.

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> On Aug 30, 2016, at 14:58, Nesma Aly via NABS-L <nabs-l at nfbnet.org> wrote:
> 
> Hi all, 
> 
> I hope this message finds you all well and enjoying your second day of
> school. I have a couple of questions regarding reading and spelling. I am
> quite a slow braille reader and was wondering if anyone has any tips for
> improving that? I am also having a hard time keeping-up in class because of
> my poor spelling what tips would you give on how to get better in that? My
> last question is about tips for improving my typing speed. I have gotten
> faster over the years but I know people who type quite fast and being able
> to do that would be wonderful. 
> 
> Thanks all, 
> 
> Nesma
> 
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