Speed Reading Korean Style, Read Any Language (with Hardly Any Vocabulary ).
This course contains proprietary techniques that have been tested on more than 50,000 students.
1. Speed Reading Korean Style
2. Read Any Language with Limited Vocabulary
CDI (Chung Dahm Institute) is a school in Korea that went into Initial Public Offering on the Korean Stock Exchange in 2006 and grew to 200 institutions in just several years because of its cutting edge language acquisitions techniques, which enabled young students to read very dense text with an extremely limited vocabulary. Mike Ternoey, a New York City public school teacher and mining engineer, worked at the main branch of CDI in Seoul, as a reading instructor during the Pre-IPO phase of the institution – and also in Kangnam, Seoul at a “million-dollar-a-year” cram school specializing in ESL SAT 2400 consulting. He takes you on a quick tour of reading methods students use for speed reading and reading with a low vocabulary.