I've seen Braille readers read at speeds I estimate
to be perhaps 250 or 300 words per minute. Most Braille readers I've
observed have been much slower, tending, by my rough guess, to read at around
180 or 170 words per minute. These are my observations of about fifteen or
twenty Braille readers, many of them, reading Braille since grammar
school. It is not a proper sample but to me, it is
Are there techniques that slower Braille readers
can use to significantly increase their speed? I don't know, Did
some of these people learn to read Braille in different ways in terms of
technique? I don't know. but that appears to me to be suggestive of
the situation as it stands.
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Sent: Saturday, July 14, 2018 5:12 AM
Subject: Re: [nvda] Tips for speed reading /listening with screen
-- but, doesn't Braille slows you down
Speed is my main conceen.