The design of the experiment has been held on 30 students of agriculture department at International University of Business Agriculture and Technology on their course ENG 101- Basic English Composition. The research timeline was in between on January 2011 to April 2011.

Design was separated into two parts.

I. Write an essay on “Uses of ICT in agriculture sector” (Without Knowledge of Mindmap)

II. Write an essay on “Uses of ICT in agriculture sector” (With Knowledge of Mindmap)

First of all, lecturer discussed about importance of ICT in various sectors which is appropriate for this experiment using traditional teaching method with simple PowerPoint presentation. At that moment, students had no idea about any mapping techniques. After the lesson, teacher asked the students to make a presentation of uses of ICT tools in agricultural sector. When their writing is completed then teacher introduced different types of mapping techniques specially paper based mindmap. A framework of this experimental design is given below
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