This course is designed for those who are busy with their daily lives and for various reasons are not able to participate in full-time classes. These classes are suitable for busy people who wish to improve their knowledge of the English language & develop their speaking, listening, reading and writing skills.
Who is this for?
You need personalized support with your writing or speaking.
You have only one month before your test
You want to know the best tips and hints, as well as the best procedures for getting a good result
You have taken IELTS before but haven’t quite reached the band score you need
You are aiming for Band 7.0 or higher
You want access to the full range of complete IELTS practice tests
You have a busy schedule and want longer access to the complete course
Content areas Include:
Identifying and describing information from graphs and diagrams
Organizing ideas, developing vocabulary and structuring short essays
Test specific listening and reading skills
Developing fluency and pronunciation skills for the speaking test
Test strategies including time management
Test practice and specific feedback to improve your scores
At the end of this course, students should be able to:
Know the composition and expectation of the IELTS Listening, Reading, Writing and Speaking sections of the test
Develop IELTS-specific listening strategies
Hone general reading as well as IELTS reading strategies
Identify the question types that accompany the reading passages
Understand the steps and processes of writing high-quality IELTS Writing task responses.
Respond fluently and accurately using correct pronunciation and range of vocabulary in the oral interview
Improve their score on the IELTS
Course Structure: Focused approach to achieve the best results in the test.
Task Types; Previewing and Predicting Skills; Text Types; Matching Headings Tasks.
Scanning Skills; Matching Features Tasks; Matching Information Tasks; Sentence Completion Tasks; Note Completion Tasks; Other Completion Tasks; The General Training and Academic Reading Tests.
Preparing Learners; Recognising Cohesion; Identifying Information Tasks; Guessing Words from Context; Multiple Choice Questions Tasks; Short Answer Questions Tasks.
What Makes a Good Writer; Assessing Writing; Learner Problems; Formal and Informal Writing; Identifying Grammatical Errors.
Assessing Task Achievement; Assessing Lexical Resource; Assessing Grammatical Range; Assessing Coherence and Cohesion; Answering Task 1
Thinking About Writing Stages; Writing the Introduction; Cohesion; Using Subordinate Clauses; Avoiding Repetition; Writing the Final Paragraph.
Thinking About Listening Skills; Task Types; Predicting Skills; Intensive Listening.
Matching Questions Tasks; Multiple Choice Questions Tasks.
Assessment Criteria; Assessing Pronunciation.
Using Fillers; Other Speaking Skills.