Do you care about whether people understand your content? What if there was a way to check if your customers or students actually understood whatever the hell it is that you were saying?
I can show you how to hack reading and listening comprehension
There are ways to check if people understand what you say or what you give them to read or listen to.
If you are a:
Teacher, educator or trainer
A salesperson who relies on content
Then this ebook is for you.
If you need to know whether people understand your content, then you need to have ways of checking to see whether this is actually the case
It sounds a bit nerdy, but this is basically a guide on reading and listening comprehension and how to weaponize it. You can use reading and listening comprehension to create questions, statements, quizzes, and assessments to check for understanding and help people learn better.
Most online courses are crap because they are just an information dump
You know this is true. It is possible to learn by just reading and listening, with no guidance. However, if you want to help your students or clients then you need to guide them.
Designing effecting training material means understanding how to hack reading and listening comprehension.
Questions to consider
Are you writing some kind of training material?
Do you deliver training online or face to face?
Does your sales pitch rely on informational content that potential clients need to read or listen to?
Do you care about whether people actually understand it?
If the answer to any of these is yes, then you need to become a bit more effective at what you're doing and I can show you how.
You can help train your people how to think better starting today
This is kind of a by-product of your teaching, training or sales, but you're doing people a favour if you can help them learn how to learn and learn how to think.
One of the ways you can do that is by teaching them how to "read between the lines". This is a skill that promotes higher-level thinking.
It's not hard, but it works better if you are intentional about it. If you are a school teacher you might know this as inferencing. Don't worry if you've never heard of it. It's something you - hopefully - learned to do through your own study and reading.
Not everyone knows how to do it, or how to do it well. but the good news is that you can teach it. And you can use it to check your clients and students understanding.
What will this work with?
This approach will work with any of the following content:
My guide takes you through a very practical and non-academic approach which will also work with any of the online course-building platforms that allow you to design self-marking quizzes and assessments.
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Further resources to support Reading Between the Lines including templates for designing your own reading and listening comprehension hacks