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Mind Mapping and Improving Grammar Points
Teachers are very patient individuals. In teaching their students, they often make use of mind mapping and the students have no idea about it. Grammar is not an easy subject and a lot of students encounter difficulty in mastering it. The mind maps are more commonly called as word maps or vocabulary networks. By introducing these to the students, they will be able to handle their grammar lessons easily.
Mind Mapping Ideals
First, a bit of definition. Technically speaking, a mind map is a kind of diagram that is used to represent different tasks, ideas, words and other stuff linked inside your head which radically centralizes around your nerves revolving around a central idea or picture. The act of using the diagram is mind mapping. Mind mapping is usually used to visualize, classify, generate and structure different ideas going inside a personís head. It is useful in helping someone organize, solve problems, making decisions, write and study.
Mind Mapping and Whole-Brain Thinking
Are you familiar with the term Ďambidexterityí? This term is used to describe the ability to use both hands. Famous individuals like Albert Einstein, Fleming, Harry Truman, Leonardo da Vinci, and Michelangelo were said to be ambidextrous individuals. As you can see, itís quite hard to use both hands with dexterity. If youíre a right-handed individual, you will find it hard to use you left hand in the same way, and vice versa. Do you think it will be possible to achieve whole-brain thinking? Well, thatís not impossible because you can do that if you know mind mapping.