Graham0921

Graham0921

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A mind map devoted to Linguistic curiosities, the word Syne if from the Scottish ballad 'Old Lang Syne' which many of us sing during the yulet…
graham0921 18 January 2021
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All of Shakespeare plays in one map year by year
graham0921 13 January 2021
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Shakespeares play The Two Nobel Kinsmen, the final play in the Shakespeare Mind Map Series
graham0921 11 January 2021
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Here is some forgotten vocabulary from my study and mapping of Shakespeare's play Henry VIII
graham0921 11 January 2021
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Shakespeare Play Henry VIII, The famous king and his six wives.
graham0921 09 January 2021
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Shakespeares play The Tempest written and performed between 1610 and 1611. This is where we find the Spirit of the air, namely Ariel
graham0921 08 January 2021
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Shakespeares play Cymbeline, written and performed between 1610 and 1611.
graham0921 08 January 2021
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Shakespeare play The Winters Tale, written and performed between 1609 and 1610
graham0921 08 January 2021
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Shakespeares Play Coriolanus, written and performed in 1608
graham0921 07 January 2021
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Shakespeares play Pericles, Prince of Tyre (1607). In this map, Acts are replaced by Scenes
graham0921 07 January 2021
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Shakespeares play All's well that ends well
graham0921 07 January 2021
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Another map devoted to linguistic curiosities and obscure vocabulary
graham0921 04 January 2021
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About Graham0921

"Live and work in Baku, Azerbaijan. For over 30 years I was in the Oil & Gas exploration and production industry. Have now started a whole new career in Education/"

Member since: 19 November 2013
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As the title mentions this is the Beginners Guide to Writing English for University Study. This programme has been developed in five sections containing activities such as Vocabulary enhancement, Grammar, Construction of Essays and much much more.

A Glossary of Artificial Intelligence

23 mindmaps / 0 webinars
This is a Glossary of the terminology used in Artificial Intelligence (AI) can be used for School, College, University or even Business. This is the first letter of the Alphabet A. It is also useful for English Language Learners to become acquainted with some of the latest research terms.

All about Research

3 mindmaps / 0 webinars
A collection of mind maps on the subject of Research. These mind maps are not research topic specific and are a mixture of scientific and academic research methodolgies.

Artificial Intelligence Miscellany

9 mindmaps / 0 webinars
The Artificial Intelligence miscellany is a collection of various research, lectures and works surrounding Artificial Intelligence in whatever shape or form.

Decoding the Word Culture via Mind Maps

4 mindmaps / 0 webinars
Culture is one of the two or three most complicated words in the English language, this is so partly because of its intricate historical development, in several European languages, but mainly because it has now come to be used for important concepts in several distinct disciplines and in several distinct and incompatible systems of thought. These maps will attempt to trace the words journey through the centuries.

Education Research and Development

26 mindmaps / 0 webinars
In this collection, there are mind maps devoted to educational research and development. Many of the mind maps here are specific maps to explain or develop ideas for use in Education today (21st Century). There are also tried and tested models in Education which are being adapted to encompass modern technology.

English Language Learning Miscellany

52 mindmaps / 0 webinars
In this collection, you will find mind maps that can and will assist English Language Learners. It may be conversational starters, Vocabulary, grammar etc

Exploring Business (Economics Lectures)

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Exploring business through Economics lecture for University (Start of Series of lectures)
This collection is partly devoted to words that have disappeared, words that were coined on a particular day of the year in a particular event or words that are just curious and deserve research, study and explanation.

Shakespeares Sonnets

4 mindmaps / 0 webinars
This collection represents anything and everything to do with Shakespeare's sonnets, individual sonnets, analysis, mapping the themes etc.
The following is a selection of scenes and monologues from Shakespeare's plays. This collection looks at some of Shakespeare's most famous monologues in some of his most famous (and not so famous) plays. These mind maps are designed for students, teachers, and anyone interested in furthering a love for Shakespeare’s poetic language, characters, and stories. It is perfect for a classroom, online adaption, audition, competition, or performance. Everyone from middle and high school to graduate school and the professional world will benefit from this scene with it's featured monologues.
These Mind Maps offer a section on each of Shakespeare’s plays, giving information about their major themes: a concise description of their principal characters a breakdown of the action arranged by act and scene and a full synopsis of their plots. This will be followed by information about each play’s reputation and impact over the ages. You can find the Introduction mind map at the following location https://bit.ly/30yBfC1 and the first in the series at https://bit.ly/3cWU9ov The Two Gentlemen of Verona. Also, I intend to include informative sections on Shakespeare’s narrative poems, Venus and Adonis and The Rape of Lucrece, on his sonnets, and on his other two poems, A Lover’s Complaint and The Phoenix and the Turtle. The exact order in which Shakespeare wrote his works is uncertain. In these Mind Maps, I will follow both the text and the chronology of the Complete Oxford Shakespeare, General Editors Stanley Wells and Gary Taylor, first published in 1986. It was reissued in 2005 with the addition of Edward III, which by that time was generally agreed to have been written at least partly by Shakespeare, and the full text of Sir Thomas More, a play that survives only in manuscript, and to which Shakespeare appears to have contributed at least one fine scene.

The Shakespeare Miscellany

21 mindmaps / 1 webinars
Anything and everything to do with Shakespeare in a mind map format. These mind maps have been created for research, teaching, English Language learning and a host of other reasons.

Weekly Words Project Summer 2019

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The weekly word summer project for English Language learners. Ten words are taken from the media each week during the summer of 2019.
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