Posted by: pkab | 11 September 2008

How to mindmap


By: Jon Lewis Provence

Mind mapping can be great for organising vocabulary, and also brainstorming the words you may need in a foreign language. I’ve used Buzan’s imindmap softward to demonstrate the principles of mindmapping and how to apply them in language learning.

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