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with that. So it was a bit of a tricky situation. Ok, Do you think the concept map method is the same as writing a test.? No it is not. I think with the concept map is much easier, because you can give so many meanings to one concept. And it does not necessarily mean when you explain this, this way; it is wrong. It is just how you connect the dots. So I think it is much simpler then writing a test. Will you use concept mapping in your classroom as a form of assessment? I don‟t think now I will

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Because, I think the kids need to internalise the words and know the explanations. Then it is easier. You know the grades that are. When they are at this lower grade they are still battling with the language, they still battling with the concepts so it is easier for much higher grades. I would suggest, yes, this is good, but for the kids you must explain every other word and they might know what they want to say, but because it is put in this way they will be a bit confuse. So for now I will not use it. So, Let say hypothetically, They know the concepts. You have explained it and now you want to do an assessment. You have explained to them concept mapping. Will you use it? Do you think they will enjoy it more then a test? Yes, Yes. Then they will. If I am sure they know what the concepts are, then it will be easier for me as an educator to keep tract and find out who exactly and how much they know and who does not understand and to what degree.

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