Mind Mapping. 6 Tips

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Mind Mapping:

Mind Mapping 6 TIPS Guidelines for Students ©mgrane

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Why? It helps organize your thinking Communicates information visually ©mgrane It helps you remember

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How? Examples Online Tools to prepare Mind Maps ©mgrane Pen and Paper

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1. Start at the centre Start at the centre of the page with a main topic (words or images). What do you want to think about? All information you add should be related to this idea ©mgrane

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2. Brainstorm ideas / words Think of the main topic and jot down ideas and/or words that come to you. ©mgrane Write down the word in your language if you don’t remember the English word. Get ideas out of your head.

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3. Group ideas/words into main topics ©mgrane Group your ideas/words into a logical structure. Think of the main topics . Use a different colour for each main topic

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4. Organize your subtopics ©mgrane Organize your main topics into your subtopics and write down your words/ideas

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5. Add more subtopics if necessary Connect all your ideas. There are different options. ©mgrane

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6. Remember Start in the centre with a word or image. Connect all lines to a central idea. Each idea/word should have its own line . Use colours. Connect and relate ideas/words ©mgrane Create YOUR OWN mind map. Each brain works differently.

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Webliography Video: How to Make a Mind Map Flickr Creative Commons Map Your Mind ©mgrane Teaching Village