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Humans Read Aloud Naturally

Many of us read aloud more often than we realize. Some automatic reading aloud happens when we have to understand complex legal and academic text, or follow instructions from a manual.

Reading out brings joy, comfort and a sense of belonging among our loved ones, strengthening the emotional bonding.

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  • The ancient art of reading out aloud has many benefits like better recall, a better understanding of complex content, and even strengthening of emotional bonds.
  • In most of our literary history, reading something meant reading it aloud by default, so that one can al...

  • The Production Effect: Researchers have found that people remember words and texts better if those are read out aloud, as compared to silent reading.
  • The Generation Effect: Words said aloud while giving a response to a question stand out, and are d...

Reading aloud is great for elderly people and can delay the onset of dementia and also make certain memory problems detectable at an early stage.

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Overview: Read like a Writer

  1. Ask meaningful questions
  2. Articulate your opinions — and use evidence
  3. Annotate or keep a reading log
  4. Create something inspired by what you read
  5. Target specific writing skills you want to improve
  6. Examine the larger context
  7. Reread

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