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Ielts

Ielts

To prepare you to take the IELTS by discussing, practicing, and analyzing each section of the test:

Course Objectives

  • To improve your IELTS test-taking skills and strategies in each section of the test

  • To review particular grammatical patterns that occur regularly on the IELTS

  • To simulate actual test-taking conditions so that you become familiar with and more comfortable with test situations

  • To learn the scoring procedures for the exam so that you can interpret your own test scores

  • To improve the quality and quantity of writing you produce under time pressure

Course Outline

Reading

    Set 1

    Question types:

  • Short answer questions
  • Table completion
  • Topic: Leisure and entertainment

    Set 3

    Question types:

  • Matching headings to paragraphs
  • Multiple choice
  • Topic: Travel, tourism and transport

    Set 4

    Question types:

  • Diagram completion
  • True, False, Not given
  • Topic: The environment

    Set 5

    Question types:

  • Classification
  • Yes, No, Not given
  • Topic: Art and culture

    Set 6

    Question types:

  • Multiple selection
  • Summary completion
  • Table completion
  • True, False, Not given
  • Topic: Health and fitness

    Set 7

    Question types:

  • Matching headings to paragraphs
  • Sentence completion
  • Diagram completion
  • Multiple selection
  • Topic: Work and business

    Set 8

    Question types:

  • Classification
  • Matching
  • Yes, No, Not given
  • Short answer questions
  • Topic: Society and social issues

    Set 9

    Question types:

  • Matching headings to sections
  • True, False, Not given
  • Multiple selection
  • Sentence completion
  • Yes, No, Not given
  • Summary completion
  • Topic: Education

    Set 10

    Question types:

  • Matching
  • Table completion
  • Diagram completion
  • Short answer questions
  • Sentence completion
  • Multiple selection
  • Topic: The developing world

    Set 11

    Question types:

  • Matching headings to paragraphs
  • Classification
  • Multiple choice
  • Yes, No, Not given
  • Matching causes to effects
  • Summary completion
  • Topic: Science and technology

Listening

    Set 1

    Question types:

  • Short answer questions
  • Table completion
  • Topic: Leisure and entertainment

    Set 2

    Question types:

  • Sentence completion
  • Matching
  • Topic: Language and communication

    Set 3

    Question types:

  • Multiple choice
  • Topic: Travel, tourism and transport

    Set 4

    Question types:

  • Form completion
  • Labelling a diagram
  • Topic: The environment

    Set 5

    Question types:

  • Form completion
  • Classification
  • Topic: Art and culture

    Set 6

    Question types:

  • Multiple selection
  • Summary completion
  • Topic: Health and fitness

    Set 7

    Question types:

  • Table completion
  • Short answer questions
  • Labelling a diagram
  • Topic: Health and fitness

    Set 8

    Question types:

  • Form completion
  • Multiple selection
  • Multiple choice
  • Sentence completion
  • Topic: Work and business

    Set 9

    Question types:

  • Form completion
  • Multiple choice
  • Classification
  • Summary completion
  • Topic: Society and social issues

    Set 10

    Question types:

  • Table completion
  • Form completion
  • Short answer questions
  • Sentence completion
  • Classification
  • Diagram completion
  • Topic: Education

    Set 11

    Question types:

  • Multiple selection
  • Multiple choice
  • Sentence completion
  • Matching
  • Labelling a diagram
  • Topic: The developing world

    Set 12

    Question types:

  • Form completion
  • Multiple selection
  • Short answer questions
  • Sentence completion
  • Classification
  • Topic: Science and technology

Speaking

    Set 1

  • Video clips and practice exercises for answering general questions about yourself in Phase 1 of the speaking test

    Set 2

  • How to deal with questions about yourself in Phase 2; what to do when you do not have a ready answer; making notes on speaking topics

    Set 3

  • Introduction and tips on Phase 3; video analysis of candidates’ performance in Phase 3

    Set 4

  • Review of tenses to use when answering questions about yourself; video analysis of a candidate’s performance in Phase 1

    Set 5

  • Advice and strategies on speaking fluently and confidently; video analysis of what to say when you are asked about a topic you do not know much about

    Set 6

  • How to deal with Phase 2 speaking topics; responding effectively to follow-up questions; analysis of ways of stating reasons

    Set 7

  • Preparing effectively for the speaking test; review of how examiners assess candidates; video analysis of how to talk extensively on a topic

    Set 8

  • Strategies on giving reasons during the individual long turn in Phase 2; video analyses on candidates talking about social problems in their countries; comparative forms

    Set 9

  • Techniques for making comparisons; phrases for speculating; video analyses of two candidates making speculations

    Set 10

  • Effective strategies for speaking fluently in each phase of the speaking test; possible problems candidates are likely to face and how to avoid them

    Set 11

  • Techniques for expanding on a topic; video analyses of candidates talking extensively on topics

    Set 12

  • Dos and don’ts in the speaking test; video analyses on two candidates talking about a technological innovation

Listening

    Set 1 task 1

  • Practice exercises for reports on static charts

    Set 2 task 1

  • Practice exercises for reports on dynamic charts

    Set 2 task 2

  • Practice exercises for compositions discussing arguments for and against

    Set 3 task 1

  • Practice exercises for reports on tables

    Set 3 task 2

  • Practice exercises for compositions giving an opinion

    Set 4 task 1

  • Practice exercises for reports on diagrams showing objects

    Set 4 task 2

  • Practice exercises for compositions discussing the causes of a problem and suggesting solutions

    Set 5 task 1

  • Practice exercises for reports on static charts

    Set 5 task 2

  • Practice exercises for compositions discussing advantages and disadvantages

    Set 6 task 1

  • Practice exercises for reports on dynamic charts and graphs

    Set 6 task 2

  • Practice exercises for compositions discussing arguments for and against

    Set 7 task 1

  • Practice exercises for reports on tables

    Set 7 task 2

  • Practice exercises for compositions giving an opinion

    Set 8 task 1

  • Practice exercises for reports on diagrams showing processes

    Set 8 task 2

  • Practice exercises for compositions discussing the causes of a problem and suggesting solutions

    Set 9 task 1

  • Revision exercises for Writing Task 1

    Set 9 task 2

  • Revision exercises for Writing Task 2

    Set 10

  • Practice exercises for a report based on a table and a static chart, and for a composition discussing arguments for and against

    Set 10

  • Practice exercises for a report based on a table and a dynamic chart, and for a composition giving and justifying your opinion

    Set 10

  • Practice exercises for a report on a diagram showing a process, and for a composition discussing the causes of a problem and suggesting solutions
  • live projects
  • Assignments
    Students will be given assignments after completion of each topic. Assignment helps one to think professionally, to gather data and to draw conclusions from the data gathered. Students are advised to be regular in the class and complete their assignments on time.
  • team projects
    For each individual course, students would be provided with sample projects. After reviewing the performance on the given projects, the best selected candidates will get a chance to work on live projects.
  • class participation
    'Participation' is the most important element to grow and learn more. Students should keep their minds active in each lecture to get the best of knowledge and if they come up with any queries, they can send a mail for the same. Keep clearing your doubts as and when it comes!

online resources

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