- Introduction to IELTS: Introduction to IELTS Academic and General Formats; similarities, differences and approach methods. Understanding the scoring methods and Judging criteria.
- Speaking: Providing information in a formal interview context. Using Articulation, Gesture and Communication frameworks.
- Listening: Extracting information from speech. Learning what information to look for and what to exclude.
- Reading: Skimming and scanning for general or specific information. Logical organization of information.
- Writing: Interpreting and comparing data. Stating and developing arguments/opinions.
- The Sub skills and their Integration: Combining vocabulary, articulation and persuasion and gesture manipulation skills into a holistic communication skill.
What you will learn
- Improve your chances of achieving your desired score,
- Have a thorough understanding of the structure of the IELTS test and what it is expected from you as a test candidate,
- Understand how each module is assessed,
- Produce well-structured texts both for Task 1 and Task 2 for the General Training (GT) and Academic (AC),
- Properly use the basic reading skills to find answers in passages more quickly,
- Understand the different question types for the reading test and how to approach them,
- Identify key words and listen for details in the listening module of the test,
- Expand ideas and speak at length for the speaking test.
Requirements & who can attend
- No experience required
- Suitable for:Anyone who wishes to sit for IELTS Test.
Learn by doing
- Learn about the IELTS test procedure and format.
- Discover tips and tricks to score higher in Speaking, Listening, Writing and Reading parts.
- Develop a customized study plan to achieve the best results to meet academic or migration objective.
- Pick up the art of professional communication through Articulated and Persuasive Speaking techniques.