ACT Prep Reading
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MH8upV8bH5E
Eye Gym and Speed Reading - Click on this link and follow the directions given on the video.  These are activities meant to strengthen and train your eyes.  If at any time during the activities you feel ill, please stop the video and rest your eyes.  If you have any vision problems, seizures, headaches, or some other medical condition that could cause illness due to motion, please do not put yourself at any risk.  

http://www.freereadingtest.com
Free Reading Speed Test - Click on this link.  Choose a theme, complexity level, and story.  You may begin at any level you choose, but please record your choices in your ACT folder.  Once you have made your selection, click BEGIN.  Read the story on the screen.  When you have completed the reading, click DONE READING.  Answer the questions and click DONE, then click VIEW RESULTS.  Record your speed and comprehension for that selection in your ACT folder.  Click TAKE ANOTHER TEST and continue with more selections, recording each one in your ACT folder.  Do not repeat the same story!  As you improve, choose higher complexity levels.

Practice Test
The ACT Reading Practice Test Questions - Click on this link.  Choose reading passage one.  Read it and answer the questions on both pages of the passage.  Write down the letter of your answer choices in your ACT folder.  Check your answers by clicking on ANSWER at the very bottom of the reading.  Record BOTH your original answers and the corrected ones.  Keep checking and correcting until you have them all right!

You will repeat this process each day for the other reading passages.  Day two in class choose and complete reading passage two, day three choose and complete reading passage three, day four choose and complete reading passage four, day five choose and complete reading passage five.  Make sure you write down BOTH your original answers and the corrected ones in your ACT folder.

Please make sure that in your ACT folder each passage is clearly labeled and both your original answers and corrected answers are written so that they can be graded.