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Are you ready for the writing part of your IELTS exam?
You need to be very well prepared for this exam - it's not just about your English.
Something about myself
Having worked for the leading organizations in the world for IELTS, with many years' experience in helping candidates successfully achieve the grade they needed, I put together this course to give you the best advice I can- the kind you really need to do well in the exam. Knowing what to do in each task can really make the difference between getting the grade you need or not! It is not just about your level of English with IELTS - you must know how to approach each task.
On this course we will:
3. Examine different tasks for Part 1 Academic (line graphs, bar graphs, pies, tables, diagrams, maps) and General Training (all different kinds of e-mails and language to use), how to structure and approach your answers
4. Analyse part 2 for both modules, learning how to write a variety of essay types, ensuring you are doing exactly what you are meant to be doing, examining language and grammar to use.
5. Maximise your potential by doing exactly what you should be doing, with examples of all parts.
Why take this course?
Because you really do need to be prepared for this exam. It is not just about your English level, although that is vital, but you also have to make sure you are doing what you are meant to be doing or you could lose valuable points - it could make the difference between getting the result you need or not!. I really do have the experience and knowledge to help you!.
This course will help you to do the very best you can!.
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|Section 1: Academic module part 1- Introduction, vital advice, language to use|
In this part I will first be:
Telling you a little about myself and looking at exactly what IELTS is and what it is for
Showing you how the course is structured
Giving you vitally important advice for part 1 Academic module. It is absolutely essential you know exactly what to do in the exam, so as not to lose vital points, as well as which problem areas to avoid. Just having good English is not the only thing you need- you need the skills too!
Teaching you the language to use for line graphs, bar graphs, pies, tables, diagrams/processes, maps, mixed graphs- this is very specific language and you need to know it well
Looking at grammar to use in this part of the exam, so you maximize your marks in this area too
|Section 2: Academic module part 1- grammar and task types|
In the second section you will be:
Looking at the different tasks in part 1 Academic, learning how to do each one in the correct way, so that you maximise your points. There are many things you need to be aware of here!. We will be covering:
|Section 3: General Training part 1- vital advice, language to use, task types|
In the third section I will be:
Showing you all the different task types in General Training module-part 1
Giving you essential advice regarding what to do to maximise your points
Going through language to use for different kinds of letters and style (degree of formality)
Revising grammar to use- ensure you are using appropriate grammar
Examples of different letters
|Section 4: Grammar for all parts of the exam|
In section 4 we will be:
Revising all the grammatical tenses required in IELTS
Having a more in-depth look at grammar needed for all sections
Examples and handouts
|Section 5: PART 2 FOR ACADEMIC AND GENERAL TRAINING- COMPOSTIONS|
In the last section, we will be:
Looking at essential advice for part 2 which is compositions. There are so many things you need to be aware of in this section.
Ensuring you do exactly what question is asking you to do - not as easy as it sounds!
Looking at structure
Language to use for different parts
Grammar to use
Different types of compositions and how to approach them
Examples with language
I have worked for some of the leading organisations in the world such as The British Council, where I was a trainer for many years and was also in charge of corporate courses, including substantial IELTS projects, training many students over the years, from doctors to diplomats or ministry employees from many different countries, with very positive results. In addition I have taught at top universities and training centres both in London and abroad, such as International House Executive Centre and Kings College, and have a total of 22 years' experience in education. Please feel free to check me out on my site or on LinkedIn under Kate True in London (website below). I would love to help you too!.