I can read quickly. (1991)

Documentary №52125, 2 parts, duration: 0:13:52
Production: Centrnauchfilm (CNF)
Director:L. Kruglova
Screenwriters:L. Kruglova
Camera operators:V. Kuznecov
Sound mixer:A. Romanov
Other authors:M. Horol


The founder of the rapid reading technique O.A. Andreev talks about its application.

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People on the street are reading newspapers.

Newspaper and magazine headlines, drawings by H. Bidstrup.

The founder of the method of fast reading O.A. Andreev buys a book at a kiosk.

The issue of newspapers in the printing house.

Newspaper headlines.

The cover of Andreev's book "Fast reading Technique" against the background of a map of the USSR (combined shooting).

A girl is reading an article in a magazine.

Andreev conducts a lesson with students of the All-Union Center for Rapid Reading on the method of rapid reading, panorama of the audience.

The faces of the listeners, the voice of Andreev sounds behind the scenes, explaining the method of fast reading.

The faces of people reading.

The girl asks Andreev a question about memorizing the read text (synchronously).

Andreev explains the reasons for the difficulties of memorizing the text (synchronously and behind the scenes).

Andreev at the blackboard explains his methodology (synchronously and behind the scenes), a panorama of the audience, the faces of the listeners.

Listeners write down Andreev's words.

Andreev explains to the audience the first rule of fast reading (synchronously and behind the scenes).

Listeners write down the rule in notebooks.

The scheme of eye movement in the text according to the Andreev method (animation).

Andreev tells the audience about the basis of the technique - mental self-regulation and autogenic training (synchronously).

Conducting an autogenic training session with listeners.

Listeners' faces during autogenic training, people sitting with their eyes closed, images presented by listeners (combined shooting).

The lights come on, the listeners open their eyes, stretch their arms forward, stretch their hands.

A green dot on the text.

Training attention by contemplating the green dot.

Andreev continues the lesson.

The girl's face.

Sheets with text and green dots on the tables in front of the audience.

Andreev asks the audience a question about how they get the exercise with the green dot, the listeners answer the question, talk about their feelings (synchronously).

Andreev tells the audience about the benefits of fast reading when working with information (synchronously and behind the scenes).

An editorial staff member works with readers' correspondence, reads letters received by the editorial office.

Andreev tells the audience about the integral reading algorithm, explains its essence (synchronously and behind the scenes).

Pedestrians at the intersection are waiting for a traffic light signal.

The green light turns on.

People are crossing the road.

The image of the integral reading algorithm on the visual aid.


Andreev (Kuznecov) Oleg Andreevich -- teacher, founder of the fast reading method in Russia

Calendar: 1991

Locations: Moscow [820]

Seasons: Spring [825]

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Schemes of integrated reading algorithms (animation), listeners independently compose their own algorithms.

Listeners ask Andreyev questions about pronouncing the text aloud while reading (synchronously).

Andreev talks about the rhythm that suppresses external and internal articulation when reading (synchronously), includes a tape recording of the rhythm.

Andreev and the listeners tap out the rhythm on the tables.

Listeners are trying to simultaneously tap out the rhythm and read the text aloud, Andreev's face.

Andreev says that it is impossible to perform these two actions simultaneously (synchronously and behind the scenes).

Listeners, on Andreev's instructions, tap out the rhythm and read the text in silence.

A diagram of a well-developed peripheral vision necessary for fast reading (animation).

Students under the guidance of Andreev train peripheral vision according to Schulte tables.

A diagram of the movement of vertical eye movement according to one of the tables (animation).

Listeners with Schulte tables in their hands.

Visual aids on the rules of fast reading on the audience wall (panorama).

The faces of the listeners.

Publications devoted to the technique of fast reading.

Letters addressed to Andreev, words of gratitude from listeners for teaching fast reading sound behind the scenes.

Andreev reads another letter.

The text of one of the letters.


Andreev (Kuznecov) Oleg Andreevich -- teacher, founder of the fast reading method in Russia

Calendar: 1991

Locations: Moscow [820]

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