IELTS – [Speaking] Assessment Past Paper

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About This Course

Published 12/2015 English

Course Description

Learners recognise that learning vocabulary is essential.

Here you can find information, articles, and lessons and ideas to support your language learning.

Course summary:

Learn what’s involved in speaking fluently in English and discover new techniques.
Discover new ways to practise and assess vocabulary and pronunciation to help you use language communicatively.

Suitable for:
This course is ideal if
You are a non-native English speaker and you want to use English more accurately and effectively.
You are a native English speaker and you want to adjust the language you use to be more useful.

You are finding pronunciation difficult.
You want to increase your vocabulary.
You find idioms challenging or confusing.
You want to make IELTS more enjoyable to learn.
This course is about IELTS.

You should already have
B2 level English or higher.
This course is appropriate for any level of experience.

Awards:
Certificate of Completion
Your certificate is awarded at the end of the course.

Aims:
Words really are the driving force of language. They're the most important building blocks in how we express what we want to say. Pronunciation is how we say it, and this is important too: This course will help you understand IELTS, and equip you with the key terms, techniques and methods for you to use idioms effectively in speech.

When asked what they want to improve, many learners say they want to speak English better, or speak more fluently.. This course explores how we can help them do this and includes a range of activities that focus on speech and fluency specifically.

You need to use English appropriately and confidently. This includes both having a strong grasp of the way the language works, and also using the right language at the right time. This course explains the kinds of language you should use.

Together this ensures you use English in the best way.
Finally you’ll learn how to apply this knowledge.
Most of all, you’ll see how IELTS lessons can be fun and motivating as well as useful.
The course first explores what it means to be good at these skills.

By taking this course, you’ll learn

How to learn vocabulary skills more confidently.
The best ways to use English.

Methods:
Online Self-Study

Read and complete exercises, from anywhere with an Internet connection.
Video, text and interactive activities to reinforce understanding.
Discussion forums on the course.
End-of-course quiz provides feedback and suggests areas for revision.

Course duration:
1 - 2 hours of study
This is an estimate. How long the course takes will depend on the amount of time you spend on the course activities, posting to the forums, etc.

Lifetime access
This is how long you’ll have access to the course once you enrol.

Units:
IELTS – [Speaking] Assessment Past Paper (1-9)

£30.00 Price

What are the requirements?

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  • Before you start the course, it is important that you read the information and watch the videos on this page. This will help you to get the most out of your course. Congratulations on choosing the 'IELTS – [Speaking] Assessment Past Paper' course that sets achievable goals and builds confidence.

What am I going to get from this course?

  • By the end of this course you will: understand the IELTS Speaking test, its different parts, the assessment criteria and what is expected from candidates.
  • And have considered how much vocabulary information different learners require.
  • It encourages you to use English language independently, with real confidence, and motivates you to think broadly.
  • I hope you enjoyed the course. Please take five minutes to help me improve the course by giving me your feedback.

What is the target audience?

  • The more able students should manage these exercises easily.
  • AND requires little preparation.

What you get with this course?

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Lifetime access.

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Get rewarded.
Certificate of completion.

Curriculum

Section 1: IELTS – Assessment Past Paper to introduce the Speaking test.
1 page

To introduce the Speaking test, its different parts, the assessment criteria and what is expected from candidates.

04:46

Watch the video to find out more about this [Speaking] Assessment Past Paper.
By the end of [Speaking] Assessment Past Paper 1 you will:
Understand the Speaking test, its different parts, the assessment criteria and what is expected from candidates.

And will encourage tou to reflect on this.

1. So first of all let’s talk about where you live.
2. Now let’s move on to talking about pets.
3. Let’s talk about games now.
4. Describe an important rule or law in your country.
5. So first of all let’s consider different kinds of rules in the home.
6. Let's move on and talk about Rules at school.
7. Let’s move on and talk about Law and society.

03:54

Watch the video to find out more about this [Speaking] Assessment Past Paper.
By the end of [Speaking] Assessment Past Paper 2 you will:
Understand the Speaking test, its different parts, the assessment criteria and what is expected from candidates.

And will encourage tou to reflect on this.

1. So first of all let’s talk about school.
2. Now let’s move on to talking about restaurants.
3. Describe an important building in your city.
4. So first of all let’s consider different kinds of buildings in your country.

03:39

Watch the video to find out more about this [Speaking] Assessment Past Paper.
By the end of [Speaking] Assessment Past Paper 3 you will:
Understand the Speaking test, its different parts, the assessment criteria and what is expected from candidates.

And will encourage tou to reflect on this.

1. Let’s talk about meeting new people.
2. Now let’s talk about festivals.
3. Describe the kind of clothes you like to wear.
4. So first of all let’s consider different kinds of shopping.

03:34

Watch the video to find out more about this [Speaking] Assessment Past Paper.
By the end of [Speaking] Assessment Past Paper 4 you will:
Understand the Speaking test, its different parts, the assessment criteria and what is expected from candidates.

And will encourage tou to reflect on this.

1. Let’s talk about television.
2. Now let’s talk about sports.
3. Describe an important modern invention.
4. So first of all let’s consider different kinds of technology.

03:44

Watch the video to find out more about this [Speaking] Assessment Past Paper.
By the end of [Speaking] Assessment Past Paper 5 you will:
Understand the Speaking test, its different parts, the assessment criteria and what is expected from candidates.

And will encourage tou to reflect on this.

1. Let’s talk about email.
2. Now let’s talk about friends.
3. Describe an environmental problem in your country.
4. So first of all let’s consider different kinds of environmental problems in your country.

03:44

Watch the video to find out more about this [Speaking] Assessment Past Paper.
By the end of [Speaking] Assessment Past Paper 6 you will:
Understand the Speaking test, its different parts, the assessment criteria and what is expected from candidates.

And will encourage tou to reflect on this.

1. Let’s talk about the sea.
2. Now let’s talk about computers.
3. Describe a school subject that you liked.
4. So first of all let’s consider different kinds of education.

03:33

Watch the video to find out more about this [Speaking] Assessment Past Paper.
By the end of [Speaking] Assessment Past Paper 7 you will:
Understand the Speaking test, its different parts, the assessment criteria and what is expected from candidates.

And will encourage tou to reflect on this.

1. Let’s talk about flowers.
2. Now let’s talk about buildings.
3. Describe a city that you haven’t visited but would like to go to.
4. So first of all let’s consider different kinds of social problems.

03:37

Watch the video to find out more about this [Speaking] Assessment Past Paper.
By the end of [Speaking] Assessment Past Paper 8 you will:
Understand the Speaking test, its different parts, the assessment criteria and what is expected from candidates.

And will encourage tou to reflect on this.

1. Let’s talk about animals.
2. Now let’s talk about routines.
3. Describe a hotel that you have visited.
4. So first of all let’s consider different kinds of hotels.

03:41

Watch the video to find out more about this [Speaking] Assessment Past Paper.
By the end of [Speaking] Assessment Past Paper 9 you will:
Understand the Speaking test, its different parts, the assessment criteria and what is expected from candidates.

And will encourage tou to reflect on this.

1. Let’s talk about family.
2. Now let’s talk about names.
3. Describe a well-known product from your country.
4. So first of all let’s consider different kinds of products.

15 questions

What do you think the assessment criteria might be for the Speaking test.

Students complete the matching task.

05:01

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Instructor Biography

Gary Richards, PET, FCE, CAE, CPE, BEC, and IELTS to get into university.

The author has extensive experience in teaching English.
I am part of a team involved in teaching adults, especially white-collar employees, using my knowledge of PET, FCE, CAE, CPE, BEC, and IELTS.

An experienced and confident university teacher.
A first-class communicator and motivator with excellent interpersonal skills looking forward to transferring these abilities.

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