A Revolutionary Mind Maps That Help Your Children In Learning, Memorizing and Reviewing Their Primary and Secondary Science Lessons Easily and Quickly!
The secret why some students excel in exams FINALLY REVEALED!
SCIENCE: A DIFFICULT SUBJECT
It is undeniable that Science is a subject that is difficult for most students. This is because a student has to understand and memorize a lot of concepts and facts. Therefore, getting a distinction in Science subject is a dream for most students.
To get high marks in any subjects, including science, students need to be diligent and hardworking by having to read and memorize the notes given by their teachers or from their textbooks. However, a thick textbook that contains hundreds or thousands of science keywords can kill the spirit of students interested in science.
MIND MAP: THE BEST ALTERNATIVE
“Mind Map” is a tool to help you think and learn. Mind Map, developed by Tony Buzan is an effective method to make notes and useful for generating ideas by relevance.
To build a mind map, one must start in the middle of a page as the main title. Then it branches out in all directions to produce a growing and organized structure containing the keywords and key images.
An example of a mind map that I want to show is a mind map under the heading “Basic Needs”, a Science topic in the Primary School. Please, click the mind map below to have a closer look.
Reading the mind map is aided by the lettered and numbered labels on each branch so that the reading is in proper order and sequence. This is to ensure that the understanding of the facts are in accordance with the flow of the reading.
Note also that attractive color pictures related to the facts are placed adjacent to the keywords in order to strengthen the memory for the facts.
You should have noticed that by observing the mind map as a whole, you have already been able to easily transfer the information into your mind. Thus, the information will be easily extracted as it has been “mapped” right into your mind.
Please watch the video below from Tony Buzan, the Mind Map creator.
MIND MAPS FOR TEACHERS AND STUDENTS
In the process of teaching and learning, mind mapping has been recognized to be very effective in classroom use. I’ve been using mind maps that I’ve created myself since the last 5 years in my classroom. Based on my experience, I’ve found that teaching becomes much easier and faster. This is because, the mind maps that I’ve prepared and distributed to the students, automatically become their notes without having them making their own.
Using the LCD projector in the science lab really helps me to present all the facts and graphics easily. With the “zoom” facility, small diagrams and texts that are not clear can be easily enlarged.
THE MERITS OF MIND MAPS
Eliminate difficulties in learning. Increase enjoyment in the process of learning, revising and taking exams. Give confidence to students on their ability to learn any subject.
Facilitate the students to remember facts after their minds have been mapped. Increase the ability and capacity of memory.
Help to see the whole chapter clearly. Can understand all the relevant facts. Able to review the lessons quickly.
Train the mind to find solutions to perform any work systematically.
Facilitate the planning of a task from start to finish in just a piece of paper.
Help to deliver any form of information clearly and precisely.
E-BOOK PRODUCT : “MIND MAPS FOR PRIMARY SCIENCE”
Please browse through a few mind maps that you can get from the “Mind Maps For Primary Science E-Book” below by simply clicking them. Make sure your computer is already installed with Adobe Acrobat Reader.
Give ample time for the files to download into your computer. You are welcome to print them to see the mind maps on paper.
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REVIEWING A MIND MAP
According to research, a student’s memory will decrease after a certain time. Therefore, it is important for a student who has had a mind map, revise his mind map from time to time. It is proposed that a student revises his lessons 1 hour after his lessons. The aim is for the student to began mapping his mind with the information he had learned.
The first review may take some time as the information and facts are new. The next revision should be done the next day. In this second revision, the student had begun to remember more facts, since more branches of the mind maps are being “printed” onto his mind. The time for the review will be shorter because his memory is getting better. The next revision will enhance his memory in a shorter time.
If a student continually revise his mind map, it is not impossible that he can map out 100 percent of the information in his mind. Before the examination, he only needs to make a quick review to enhance his memory. During the examination, any information which he had saved will be “flowing out” of his mind with speed when it is needed.
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Mind Maps For Primary Science E-Book
Contains 47 Mind Maps From 26 Topics
Price: 17 USD Only
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Mind Maps For Secondary Science E-Book
Contains 84 Mind Maps From 27 Topics
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