Aiming to facilitate learning without stressing out the learner, ample and appropriate use of Graphic Organisers (GOs) or mind maps have been incorporated. While retaining the component of 'learning by doing', it transforms the text into an easier to understand-and-use format by making graphic organisers an integral part of the main text. Concept maps and graphic organisers are valuable tools to organise information, both visually and textually, to enable the learner to learn as well as link information with clarity. MLS–Level Three concept books use GOs to teach different topics, carefully selecting their type on the basis of their suitability and relevance for the targeted age group.
Each chapter is outlined through a concept map on the 'Home Page' to give the larger picture to the learner, taking him/her from the whole to the part. Each section of the mind map is then explained in the chapter using different GOs, depending on the purpose for which information is imparted. For example, if the learner is simply required to classify information then the 'Classification' GO is used, but if the purpose is to analyse a topic or look at the cause or effect of things, then a 'Fishbone' GO is applied.