Using Mind Mapping for English Vocabulary Teaching

  •  Wei Wu    
  •  Weitong Zheng    


This study aims to explore the application of mind mapping in English vocabulary teaching. The researchers conducted on-site teaching by using mind mapping at a higher vocational college in China and made a survey to study its effectiveness. Through practice, the authors found that using mind mapping to teach English vocabulary can enhance students' vocabulary memory and application, making learning more interesting and effective, and improving students' self-learning abilities. In addition, the researchers use Constructivism Theory and Knowledge Visualization Theory to analyze and discuss the survey structure in detail, and draw proper conclusions. The article also provides detailed guidance on how to use mind mapping to organize, classify, and review English vocabulary, and shares some practical teaching experience.

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