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IELTS for Beginners

IELTS Band 5.5+

  • Speaking: Talking about likes & dislikes
  • Writing: Introduction to IELTS writing. Basic writing structure.
  • Introduction to IELTS reading: Essential skills of scanning multiple choice
  • Speaking and adding detail to conversations
  • Line graph: Describing trends & changes over time
  • More scanning, true or false
  • Talking about work and studies. Talking about where you live.
  • Bar charts
  • Essential skills: Skimming flow reading, reviewing charts
  • Talking about the past. Pronunciation, sentence stress
  • Writing the introduction & organising answers
  • Grammar and vocabulary focus
  • Speaking, parts 1 and 2: Pronunciation, sentence stress
  • Writing, task 1: Selecting key features of two data sets
  • Reading, recognising paraphrase & sentence completion
  • Speaking part 2: Extending the talk & pausing
  • Writing task 2: Question analysis, using connectors
  • Reading: Matching headings
  • Speaking part 3: Questions, pronunciation, and intonation
  • Writing Task 2: Answer planning & brainstorming, writing a full answer
  • Speaking: Talking about likes & dislikes
  • Writing: Introduction to IELTS writing. Basic writing structure.
  • Introduction to IELTS reading: Essential skills of scanning multiple choice
  • Speaking and adding detail to conversations
  • Line graph: Describing trends & changes over time
  • More scanning, true or false
  • Talking about work and studies. Talking about where you live.
  • Bar charts
  • Essential skills: Skimming flow reading, reviewing charts
  • Talking about the past. Pronunciation, sentence stress
  • Writing the introduction & organising answers
  • Grammar and vocabulary focus
  • Speaking, parts 1 and 2: Pronunciation, sentence stress
  • Writing, task 1: Selecting key features of two data sets
  • Reading, recognising paraphrase & sentence completion
  • Speaking part 2: Extending the talk & pausing
  • Writing task 2: Question analysis, using connectors
  • Reading: Matching headings
  • Speaking part 3: Questions, pronunciation, and intonation
  • Writing Task 2: Answer planning & brainstorming, writing a full answer

IELTS for Intermediate

IELTS Band 6.5+

  • Introduction to IELTS writing
  • Task 1: Line graphs, describing trends & changes over time
  • Task 2: Answer Planning
  • Speaking Part 1: Talking about familiar topics
  • Reading Passage 1: True and false, multiple selections & table completion
  • Listening Part 1: Form completion predicting
  • Writing Task 1: Bar chart comparisons
  • Writing Task 2: Paragraph building reasons, examples, & results
  • Speaking Part 2: Talking structure fluency
  • Reading Passage 2: Matching questions
  • Listening Parts 2 & 3: Dealing with difficult vocabulary
  • Grammar and vocabulary focus
  • Writing Task 1: Pie charts, fractions, quantifiers, & qualifiers
  • Writing Task 2: Opinion questions, introductions, & conclusions
  • Speaking Part 2: Strategy for part 2, talking & pronunciation
  • Reading Passage 3: Yes, no answers, sentence endings & multiple choice
  • Listening Part 4: Tracking
  • Writing Task 1: Maps & plans
  • Writing Task 2: Discussion questions, coherence, & cohesion
  • Speaking Part 3: Grammatical range & accuracy
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  • Introduction to IELTS writing
  • Task 1: Line graphs, describing trends & changes over time
  • Task 2: Answer Planning
  • Speaking Part 1: Talking about familiar topics
  • Reading Passage 1: True and false, multiple selections & table completion
  • Listening Part 1: Form completion predicting
  • Writing Task 1: Bar chart comparisons
  • Writing Task 2: Paragraph building reasons, examples, & results
  • Speaking Part 2: Talking structure fluency
  • Reading Passage 2: Matching questions
  • Listening Parts 2 & 3: Dealing with difficult vocabulary
  • Grammar and vocabulary focus
  • Writing Task 1: Pie charts, fractions, quantifiers, & qualifiers
  • Writing Task 2: Opinion questions, introductions, & conclusions
  • Speaking Part 2: Strategy for part 2, talking & pronunciation
  • Reading Passage 3: Yes, no answers, sentence endings & multiple choice
  • Listening Part 4: Tracking
  • Writing Task 1: Maps & plans
  • Writing Task 2: Discussion questions, coherence, & cohesion
  • Speaking Part 3: Grammatical range & accuracy
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IELTS for Advanced

IELTS Band 7.5+

  • Welcome writing assessment
  • Task 1: Writing tables
  • Task 2: Writing advanced opinion essays
  • Speaking Part 2: The extended talk
  • Task 1: Writing Diagrams
  • Task 2: Writing causes & solution essays
  • Speaking Part 3
  • Reading gap-fill matching questions
  • Listening part 3
  • Writing Task 1: Writing multi-data
  • Writing Task 2: Writing precision, advantages & disadvantages, advanced vocabulary
  • Speaking Parts 2 and 3
  • Task 1: Writing complex time-line questions
  • Task 2: Writing with precision, discussing different opinions
  • Exam technique study tips & advice
  • Reading identification questions, multiple selections
  • Listening Part 4: Tracking
  • Speaking Parts 2 & 3
  • Task 1: Writing multi-data
  • Task 2: Writing for best results
  • Welcome writing assessment
  • Task 1: Writing tables
  • Task 2: Writing advanced opinion essays
  • Speaking Part 2: The extended talk
  • Task 1: Writing Diagrams
  • Task 2: Writing causes & solution essays
  • Speaking Part 3
  • Reading gap-fill matching questions
  • Listening part 3
  • Writing Task 1: Writing multi-data
  • Writing Task 2: Writing precision, advantages & disadvantages, advanced vocabulary
  • Speaking Parts 2 and 3
  • Task 1: Writing complex time-line questions
  • Task 2: Writing with precision, discussing different opinions
  • Exam technique study tips & advice
  • Reading identification questions, multiple selections
  • Listening Part 4: Tracking
  • Speaking Parts 2 & 3
  • Task 1: Writing multi-data
  • Task 2: Writing for best results

IELTS Intensive Speaking

Intensive Speaking for IELTS

  • IELTS Speaking Test Structure overview including grading criteria explanation; useful vocabulary for common IELTS topics including the application of it in the context of questions from the test; test tips
  • Part 1: dealing with direct questions about familiar topics with a variety of tenses; formulating adequate responses according to grading criteria; applied practice of test questions
  • Part 2: structuring responses for the individual long turn task using a variety of linking words and phrases; using a range of pronunciation features
  • Part 2 (continued): task analysis and devising topic vocabulary relative to the task and planning the response including note-taking
  • Part 3: Dealing with abstract and analytical questions; using caution in responses and developing hypothetical answers using complex tenses
  • Part 3 (continued): implementing the use of opinionated, comparative, and speculative language structures
  • Future tense use – complex tenses and structures
  • Past tense scenarios, Parts 1 & 2
  • Avoiding common mistakes
  • Putting it all together: combining all parts of the test; mock test with estimated band score
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  • IELTS Speaking Test Structure overview including grading criteria explanation; useful vocabulary for common IELTS topics including the application of it in the context of questions from the test; test tips
  • Part 1: dealing with direct questions about familiar topics with a variety of tenses; formulating adequate responses according to grading criteria; applied practice of test questions
  • Part 2: structuring responses for the individual long turn task using a variety of linking words and phrases; using a range of pronunciation features
  • Part 2 (continued): task analysis and devising topic vocabulary relative to the task and planning the response including note-taking
  • Part 3: Dealing with abstract and analytical questions; using caution in responses and developing hypothetical answers using complex tenses
  • Part 3 (continued): implementing the use of opinionated, comparative, and speculative language structures
  • Future tense use – complex tenses and structures
  • Past tense scenarios, Parts 1 & 2
  • Avoiding common mistakes
  • Putting it all together: combining all parts of the test; mock test with estimated band score
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IELTS Intensive Writing

Intensive Writing for IELTS

Task 1
  • IELTS Writing Test structure overview including grading criteria explanation; pointers for IELTS Task 1 based on the grading criteria; different types of graphs and information; how to approach summarising and making comparisons
  • Task 1: dealing with information on a graph in accordance with the task 1 instruction – how to interpret the instruction; line graphs and trend vocabulary; considering comparative forms; forming overview statements and overview paragraphs
  • Task 1: structuring the body paragraph of the response – consideration of selection of detailed comparisons for main body and organization of information; application using line graphs; comparative forms
  • Task 1: bar charts – recognizing patterns; selecting and organising information; superlative and comparative forms; differences between bar charts and line graphs + application of lesson pointers
  • Task 1: pie charts – proportional and percentage language; selecting and organizing information according to criteria; comparative forms in terms of percentages and fractions + application
  • Task 1: tables – analysing the information (rows & columns); selecting and organizing key information; making comparisons of key features; organization of task information + application
  • Task 1: process diagrams – organization of information in terms of summarising; sequencing; passive voice
  • Task 1: process diagrams – natural processes; present simple tense + application
  • Task 1: maps – options for organizing a response according to task criteria; differences between maps and process diagrams; extending information if necessary
  • Task 1: organizing responses for tasks with more than one type of information
Task 2
  • Task 2: analysing the task according to type of question; planning a response; formulation of effective thesis; argument-led essays
  • Task 2: task analysis for question type and topic; discursive tasks; planning a response according to thesis – difference between argument and discursive approach
  • Task 2: outline ideas for first paragraph; paraphrasing the question and highlighting keywords; considering useful topic vocabulary and organization of essay body paragraphs in relation to introduction and thesis
  • Task 2: essay outlines and topic sentences for body paragraphs – basic organizational structures for explaining thesis in detail
  • Task 2: actual body paragraphs based on pointers in last lesson giving reasons and results; using examples; different levels of complexity in sentence structures
  • Task 2: differences between argument and discursive essays in terms of explanation; passive voice and first person opinions; thesis statements (re-cap/review)
  • Task 2: Coherence & Cohesion in body paragraphs – organization of ideas; cohesive devices and markers; coordinators; sentence structures
  • Task 2: Conclusion paragraphs – purpose; do’s and don’ts; paragraph outlines
  • Task 2: vocabulary; collocations; academic word usage and topic words/phrases
  • Task 2: review of approach and final practice pointers for Task 2
Task 1
  • IELTS Writing Test structure overview including grading criteria explanation; pointers for IELTS Task 1 based on the grading criteria; different types of graphs and information; how to approach summarising and making comparisons
  • Task 1: dealing with information on a graph in accordance with the task 1 instruction – how to interpret the instruction; line graphs and trend vocabulary; considering comparative forms; forming overview statements and overview paragraphs
  • Task 1: structuring the body paragraph of the response – consideration of selection of detailed comparisons for main body and organization of information; application using line graphs; comparative forms
  • Task 1: bar charts – recognizing patterns; selecting and organising information; superlative and comparative forms; differences between bar charts and line graphs + application of lesson pointers
  • Task 1: pie charts – proportional and percentage language; selecting and organizing information according to criteria; comparative forms in terms of percentages and fractions + application
  • Task 1: tables – analysing the information (rows & columns); selecting and organizing key information; making comparisons of key features; organization of task information + application
  • Task 1: process diagrams – organization of information in terms of summarising; sequencing; passive voice
  • Task 1: process diagrams – natural processes; present simple tense + application
  • Task 1: maps – options for organizing a response according to task criteria; differences between maps and process diagrams; extending information if necessary
  • Task 1: organizing responses for tasks with more than one type of information
Task 2
  • Task 2: analysing the task according to type of question; planning a response; formulation of effective thesis; argument-led essays
  • Task 2: task analysis for question type and topic; discursive tasks; planning a response according to thesis – difference between argument and discursive approach
  • Task 2: outline ideas for first paragraph; paraphrasing the question and highlighting keywords; considering useful topic vocabulary and organization of essay body paragraphs in relation to introduction and thesis
  • Task 2: essay outlines and topic sentences for body paragraphs – basic organizational structures for explaining thesis in detail
  • Task 2: actual body paragraphs based on pointers in last lesson giving reasons and results; using examples; different levels of complexity in sentence structures
  • Task 2: differences between argument and discursive essays in terms of explanation; passive voice and first person opinions; thesis statements (re-cap/review)
  • Task 2: Coherence & Cohesion in body paragraphs – organization of ideas; cohesive devices and markers; coordinators; sentence structures
  • Task 2: Conclusion paragraphs – purpose; do’s and don’ts; paragraph outlines
  • Task 2: vocabulary; collocations; academic word usage and topic words/phrases
  • Task 2: review of approach and final practice pointers for Task 2

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