Monday, November 30, 2015

Mind Mapping and Improving Grammar Points (part 2 of 2)

As a responsible grammar teacher, you need to identify the grammar points where your students are having difficulty. After that, you can develop concept questions and then put them to mind maps.

It seems that lots of students encounter grammar difficulty. No amount of explanation by the teachers can help them understand the lessons quickly and effectively. If you’re still not using mind maps in your grammar lessons, don’t you think it’s time to try them out? There’s no harm in trying and if the mind maps are successful, you can continue using them in other grammar lessons where the students are having difficulty.  

Various studies have shown that mind maps are effective tools in learning. Whether you’re teaching in the pre-school, elementary, high school, or even college students, mind maps can be used by the teachers and professors.

Just remember that you need to arrange the map intuitively depending on the important concepts. You can also classify the map in branches, groupings, and areas with the main goal in your mind.

If you want to have brainstorming in class, make use of mind mapping and you will be able to witness the generation of various ideas. You simply have to present the grammar points in a graphical, non-linear, or radial manner; have a little discussion and some explanation and your students will surely have a great time and not only that, they will understand the lessons with ease.

Mind mapping is definitely a huge help when it comes to teaching students about grammar points. You can gather other helpful resources on the net so that you can create the mind maps without difficulty. Try it now.  

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