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Welcome to Score High
IELTS writing course where you will learn how to complete the 2 writing tasks
effectively to achieve THE score that you’ve been longing for!
This course was designed for anyone who's planning to take an IELTS exam in General Training module and wishes to get a satisfactory result as fast and easily as possible.
- Complete beginners to IELTS writing will learn everything they need in a step by step process.
- Experienced IELTS students who don’t want to take IELTS exams any longer would benefit greatly from the practical advice and tips they can use to score a better mark. No more retakes for them!
All you need is passion and diligence to work towards your goal.
This course will take you through simple progressive steps using contents-tailored and compact PowerPoint videos and 20 pdf study files. Almost all students who studied IELTS writing with me in this way have experienced an immediate increase in their writing band score, and I hope the same thing will happen to all students who take this course!
One important thing: it’s essential for you to practice writing after watching each lecture to confirm your understanding and apply what you've learned to your writing.
By the end of this course you will get an excellent understanding of what exactly you need to do to SCORE HIGH in the writing section and you'll be able to produce both a letter and an essay under 60 minutes with confidence!
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|Section 1: The essentials about the IELTS writing section|
This introductory video is a thorough guide to the contents of this course. You will get to know what exactly you will learn in this course.
What you need to know about Task 1
What you need to know about Task 2
How your writing is marked
|Section 2: Writing Task 1: Letter writing fundamentals|
The most important thing about writing a letter
Understanding the questionPreview
What you need to do after reading the questionPreview
How a letter is structured
|Section 3: Writing Task 1: Understanding each part of a letter|
Writing salutation and signing off
Writing an opening sentence
Writing a purpose statementPreview
Writing body paragraphs
Writing a concluding sentence
|Section 4: Writing Task 1: Refining your letter|
Using the right language
Maintaining the tone consistently
|Section 5: Writing Task 1: Letter examples and explanations|
Writing a formal letter
Writing a semiformal letter
Writing a personal letter
|Section 6: Writing Task 1: You are almost there!|
A word of advice
The final checklist
|Section 7: Writing Task 2: Essay writing fundamentals|
Essay question types
Essay structure in a nutshell
Paragraphs and paragraphing
What you need to do after reading the question
|Section 8: Writing Task 2: Understanding each part of an essay|
What you must have in the introductionPreview
Two ways of writing the introduction hands down
The structure and more
Making your writing more cohesive Part 1
Making your writing more cohesive Part 2
Making your writing more cohesive Part 3
Making your writing more cohesive Part 4
Language to further explain your main idea
Language to present views
Language to indicate your disagreement
Examples of body paragraph writing and practice questions
What you must have in the conclusion
Starting your conclusion with a transitional signal
Academic English in a nutshell
Prepositional phrases that will boost your score
|Section 9: Writing Task 2: Essay examples and explanations|
Writing Type 1 essays
Writing Type 2 essays
Writing Type 3 essays
|Section 10: Writing Task 2: You are almost there!|
The ultimate checklist
A word of advice
I've been teaching English for the last 10 years. I've taught numerous students from different backgrounds and helped them make improvements in their English proficiency. I believe teaching is my thing and it enriches my life as well as others. I constantly develop myself to be a better teacher and I care about my students and their progress.
In my former career, I worked as a high school teacher, an interpreter in many events including IDP Australia education fairs, and academic staff at the University of Sydney.
In my spare time, I love playing music, cooking delicious dishes, baking cakes and reading novels.
Qualification: BA (Secondary Education), MA (Applied linguistics), AmusA, DipABRSM