Physics: Mind Maps - Integrating Key Concepts A Level
It is a known fact that working with mind maps helps learners understand concepts and organise their ideas better. Mind mapping also improves our retention and enhance thinking and learning skills. A-Level Physics Mind Maps is written for students who are taking the Cambridge A-Level Physics examinations. It is arranged in order of topics laid out according to the Cambridge syllabus. The contents have been organised into concise notes to facilitate quick and easy revision for students. Each topic is then further divided into smaller sub-topics from which the main concepts are distilled. It is around these main concepts that the mind maps are built upon. Students can use the contents of this book to systematise and compartmentalise their understanding of each topic. In each mind map, the flow of the thought processes from one concept to another is shown by arrow connectors. With these connectors, the links between concepts and how they integrate to form the larger ideas of each topic should become clearer.
• Key concepts are sifted out from each topic and brought to light, so that students can zoom straight into them, and derive deeper concepts subsequently.
• To aid students in their understanding, this book offers concise explanations, along with diagrams and graphs to enhance understanding. It’ll be a great complement to students’ existing school materials.
• Via the mind maps and arrow connectors, the flow of thought in going from one concept to another is shared in this book. It is also through the mind maps that students can observe the integration of concepts that forms the foundation of each topic.
No of Pages: 84
Author: Tony Chee
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