What is a good reader?

They are adept at using their background knowledge to make predictions about what might happen next and to understand ideas as they encounter them. Good readers continuously evaluate their predictions and revise them as needed. Good readers are selective as they read. As they read, good readers often make inferences.

What are the qualities of a good reader?

Good ReadersInteract with text.Have goals for reading.Evaluate text for important ideas.Note structure of text before reading.Make predictions.Contruct, revise, and question as they read.Monitor their understanding as they read.Read different kinds of text differently.

How can I be more efficient reader?

But to begin, you may need to try to change some habits and try these tips:Pay attention when you read and read as if it really matters. Stop talking to yourself when you read. Read in thought groups. Don’t keep re-reading the same phrases. Vary your reading rate to suit the difficulty and type of writing of the text.

Why can’t I remember anything I read?

One reason that many people don’t read much is that they don’t read well. For them, it is slow, hard work and they don’t remember as much as they should. Students, for example,may have to read something several times before they understand and remember what they read.