IELTS Advantage: Writing Skills is a fully comprehensive resource for passing the writing section of the IELTS exam with a grade of 6.5-7.0 or higher.
Author: Richard Brown
Publisher: Delta Publishing Company(IL)
Category: English language
IELTS Advantage: Writing Skills is a fully comprehensive resource for passing the writing section of the IELTS exam with a grade of 6.5-7.0 or higher. Students are guided step-by-step through the different tasks in the writing module, using material developed in the classroom, by authors with many years’ experience in helping hundreds of IELTS candidates achieve a high IELTS score.IELTS Advantage: Writing Skills:• shows students how to organise and structure an answer for all types of task 1 and 2 questions• contains a model essay in each unit, showing students exactly what is required• contains a general interest article in each unit, developing ideas and vocabulary for a common topic in the exam• quickly develops students’ fluency and confidence in producing pieces of writing through a focus on academic vocabulary and collocations• contains grammar exercises in each unit, showing students how to apply a wide range of grammar items in their IELTS writingKey features:• Suitable for classroom study or self-study• Includes answer key• Real writing samples from IELTS students, with examiners' comments, show in detail what is required to achieve a 6.5, for example• Frequent exam tips from the authors’ experience as IELTS examiners help students achieve a higher score• Check and challenge sections allow students to revise material and take their writing to the next levelIELTS Advantage is a series of course books offering step-by-step guidance to achieving a high IELTS score.
The book aims to develop your speaking and listening skills up to and beyond
this level. Companion volumes in this series are IELTS Advantage Writing Skills
and IELTS Advantage Reading Skills. The book is divided into two sections: ...
Not having a good level of grammar is going to contribute to a lot of mistakes in
your speaking and writing skills and you will not likely pass with a 7+ ...
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Author: Kristin Espinar
Publisher: Kristin Espinar
Category: Young Adult Nonfiction
Do you need to get a 7+ band score in IELTS writing and speaking? When students come to Kristin Espinar, host of the popular IELTS podcast Activate Your IELTS: Be Determined, they are often time frustrated by their previous experiences in preparing for IELTS. They can't seem to get the IELTS score that they want and they don't know why or what they are doing wrong. Kristin has years of experience helping students identify the areas that are holding them back with their writing and speaking and give them the advice they need to improve so that they are able to get a 7+ band score in IELTS writing and speaking. This book gives you the same tools, tricks, and tips that she teaches in her popular IELTS Writing and Speaking Video course so that you too can get the 7+ band score in IELTS writing and speaking that you need in order to achieve your dreams of immigrating to another country, studying abroad, or getting a graduate degree. Kristin has a master's degree in Applied Linguistics, 13 years of experience teaching English with a special focus on English exam preparation, and has gained a special insight into what students need to know in order to build their academic English skills in a dynamic and truly effective way. Not only does Kristin have the knowledge, the experience, and the education to help you, but she is absolutely driven by her passion for helping students succeed to give you the essential information and skills you need to get the IELTS band score that you want, need and deserve.
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Publisher: E Top PUBLISHERS
Category: Study Aids
The IELTS Academic and General Writing Modules are similar in some ways and different in others. Whichever test you do, you have one hour to complete two tasks. It is the nature of the tasks that makes them different. You can see this clearly in the chart below. You get a score between 1 and 9 for each section. Half scores such as 6.5 are possible. Universities often demand an IELTS score of 6 or 7. They may also demand a minimum score in each of the 4 sections.
If you would, then this book is perfect for you because you will learn a proven formula for achieving a high score in Writing section.
Author: John Langan
Publisher: Lulu Press, Inc
If you would, then this book is perfect for you because you will learn a proven formula for achieving a high score in Writing section. The thing is that it is actually quite easy once you know what to do! This ebook goes through each part of a high scoring answer and explains exactly how to write it. - See sample high scoring answers written by Examiner - Discover the elements that have the biggest impact on your score and what to do about them - Learn what high scoring writing answers look like so you can model them and do the same - Get lots of sample questions to practice On this e-book you will find some guidance on how you should write an essay. There are then model answers on the following pages for different types of essay and different questions, with some brief guidance on each. Agree / disagree Discuss two opinions Advantages & disadvantages Causes (reasons) & solutions Causes (reasons) & effects Problems & solutions Compare & contrast
Exam Board: SQA Level: National 5 Subject: English First Teaching: September 2013 First Exam: June 2014 This title is endorsed by SQA. Show students how they can enhance their writing skills and improve their grade, with support for Writing skills in the Folio submission, which make up 30% of the marks in National 5 English. This book has been written by a highly experienced examiner and setter to provides practical, down-to-earth guidance for students about the 'writing process'. - Details the basic Folio requirements - Explains and illustrates different writing forms that may be used, the 'writing process' and assessment criteria. - Highlights common errors and how to avoid them - suggested answers are also provided to typical tasks.
This book has been put together to guide IELTS students on how to best answer the writing questions. Along with sample answers, which the author has written herself, the book also shares important tips for helping you succeed!
Author: Nathan Dixon
Publisher: Nathan Dixon
BIG DISCOUNT - ONLY for this WEEKEND!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! You can, just by downloading this book! Inside this book you'll get: - High scoring model answers - The IELTS writing question types (clearly explained) - Suggested answer structure (which you can follow and use yourself) - Scoring criteria (how to write your answers to maximize your score) - Important tips you must know If you're sick of reading different IELTS preparation books, if you're tired of taking the IELTS several times and still not getting the score you want, then you must download this book! It will save you time and you'll quickly understand the differences between low scoring answers and high scoring answers. This book has been put together to guide IELTS students on how to best answer the writing questions. Along with sample answers, which the author has written herself, the book also shares important tips for helping you succeed! Are you still using rote memorization to recall ideas and vocabulary? Are you still leaving things until the last minute? Are you still finding IELTS Writing worrisome? This part is written by a current IELTS examiners. Having been an examiner for several years and having taught IELTS courses, they are familiar with the main problems students face when preparing to take the writing module. This part, with frequently-tested questions and model answers, will expose to you the testing pattern and how to reach the level of the model answers. Essay writing. This part will introduce you how to brainstorm, organize your points and write in response to the question. In addition, brainstorming diagrams will guide you to broaden your mind. There are more than 99 sample questions in this part.
It will help you develop the skills needed for the IELTS Speaking exam. This book is designed to help you score an 8.0+ band score on the speaking section of the IELTS exam. This book is dedicated to more than just the IELTS speaking exam.
Author: Cheryl Kelly
Publisher: Independently Published
Category: Study Aids
IELTS SPEAKING STRATEGIES 2019: Speaking Samples, Vocabulary, Collocations And Idioms To Increase Your Score To 8.0+ ❗Hurry up and get YOUR book NOW❗ Are you struggling to achieve your IELTS goals in the Speaking component of the IELTS exam? Are you frustrated with taking the exam again and again and again but without any improvement in your Speaking score? Are you tired of learning long lists of vocabulary, revising the same old grammar points and staying up late to fit in more study sessions? Are you running out of time to get the score you need? Do you need Band 8.0 or higher in the IELTS Speaking test in 2019? Model answers to IELTS Speaking questions appear throughout the course. This book outlines everything you need to know about the IELTS Speaking Exam. It will help you if you have never taken the IELTS Exam before, or if you have already taken the exam and want to receive a better speaking band score. This book is a great way to help you successfully increase your IETLS Speaking score. It will help you develop the skills needed for the IELTS Speaking exam. This book is designed to help you score an 8.0+ band score on the speaking section of the IELTS exam. This book is dedicated to more than just the IELTS speaking exam. I focus on tricks and tips to help you pass the exam, but more importantly, I give you tips that will help you become more fluent in your everyday life! This book can be valuable to you in your English learning because it will teach you useful expressions to talk about a variety of topics, as well as show you tricks and details that make native speakers sound... native. It is my personal mission to make you sound more fluent by the end of this course. Inside the book, you will learn: Ielts Speaking Part 1 Samples Ielts Speaking Part 2 Samples Health Vocabulary For Paraphrasing Fast Speaking Ielts Speaking Topic Christmas Phrases Expressing Like And Dislike How To Open A Talk - Band 9.0 Ielts Speaking Vocabulary - Band 8.0+ Speaking Collocation With Take Top Idioms For Speaking Top Speaking Phrasal Verbs 100 Ways To Say "Very" .... and much much more! Thank you so much for taking the time to check out my book. I know you're going to absolutely love it, and I can't wait to share my knowledge and experience with you on the inside! Why wait any longer? Don't delay any more seconds, scroll back up, click the "BUY NOW WITH 1-CLICK" button NOW and start mastering IELTS SPEAKING TODAY! Every hour you delay is costing you money ... Tags: ielts speaking strategies 2019, ielts speaking success, ielts speaking advantage, ielts speaking book, ielts speaking 2019, ielts speaking topics, ielts speaking test, ielts speaking masterclass, collins speaking for ielts, ielts advantage speaking, the ultimate guide to ielts speaking, ielts band 9 speaking, ielts academic vocabulary, get ready for ielts speaking
CHAPTER SIX IT AND L2 WRITING SKILLS: EFL STUDENTS' PERCEPTIONS
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Author: Rahma Al-Mahrooqi
Publisher: Cambridge Scholars Publishing
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines
Language learning is a complex and challenging endeavor. For students to achieve the desired proficiency in English as a Foreign Language (EFL) their institutions need to invest time, effort and huge resources in order to cater for different learning styles. To be cost effective, many language-teaching institutions strive to provide intensive foreign language (FL) instruction to reduce the time period needed to learn the target language. This explains the current interest in combining differe...
Build a strong vocabulary with these 50 carefully selected terms including phrasal verbs, idioms, and collocations. Get the advantage of Professor Winn’s test advice he gives his own students in this one text.
Author: Winn Trivette II, MA
Publisher: Winfield Trivette II
Category: Study Aids
Use these two keys for a high score on the IELTS exam in one volume: 50 Powerful Vocabulary Terms & Preparation Guide for IELTSTM. Don’t delay your job promotion or career boost! Follow these 15 habits of highly successful IELTS General and Academic candidates. Build a strong vocabulary with these 50 carefully selected terms including phrasal verbs, idioms, and collocations. Get the advantage of Professor Winn’s test advice he gives his own students in this one text. Maximize your score with this powerful combination of English and IELTS skills and word power in the limited time you have to prepare for the exam. 50 Powerful Vocabulary Terms & Preparation Guide for IELTSTM combines two texts to improve your skills just in time for a high exam score. Get the test confidence and preparation you need to take the test once and start writing the next chapter in your career! Learn a handful of phrasal verbs, idioms, and collocations that can be used in a variety of situations on the test. Use the powerful vocabulary terms to accurately and confidently express your ideas in the Speaking and Writing sections of the IELTS exam. Start to increase your IELTS score with 50 Powerful Vocabulary Terms & Preparation Guide for IELTSTM now!
IELTS. Spelling. 1. few, all, complex; 2. Six, twice, affect; 3. cause, sound, instead;
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essay I would like to discuss the advantages and disadvantages of a child
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Author: Monica Sorrenson
Publisher: McGraw Hill Professional
Category: Study Aids
Everything you need to succeed on the IELTS McGraw-Hill Education IELTS, 2nd edition is the ideal way to sharpen skills and prepare for this high-stakes English proficiency test, which is required for admission or hiring by schools, multinational corporations, and government agencies worldwide. Whether you’re preparing for the Academic or General Training version of the IELTS, you’ll benefit from the intensive practice you get from tests prepared by a veteran IELTS teacher and grader. The International English Language Testing System (IELTS) is a paper-based test consisting of four modules: Listening, Reading, Writing, and Speaking. Question types include multiple choice, sentence completion, short answer, classification, matching, labeling, and diagram/chart interpretation. This guide provides intensive practice with tests just like the real IELTS in format, topic coverage, and degree of difficulty. Tips on English spelling and grammar, and exercises throughout the book, prepare you for all sections of the test. Downloadable audio tracks model examples of strong responses to the speaking and listening sections. • 6 practice tests, including both Academic and General Training. • Reflects the most recent adjustments made to the IELTS, including the latest question types. • Sample speaking responses include a greater representation of different accents (British, Australian, Long Island) so as to better reflect the actual test.
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Author: Christine Anne Coombe
Publisher: University of Michigan Press
For many teachers of English language learners, the field of assessment is foreign territory. Assessment has its own culture, traditions, and terminology. This training guide is intended to help classroom teachers become more comfortable creating and using assessments. A Practical Guide to Assessing English Language Learners provides helpful insights into the practice and terminology of assessment. The text focuses on providing the cornerstones of good assessments--usefulness, validity, reliability, practicality, washback, authenticity, transparency, and security--and techniques for testing. It devotes a chapter to the assessment of each of the four main skill areas (reading, writing, listening, and speaking), and also covers placement testing, such as using TOEFL® and MELAB, diagnostic testing, evaluation, and instructional decision-making with regard to testing. Tips to improve students' test-taking strategies are offered, and each chapter ends with a helpful list of Ten Things to Remember, as well as informative case studies featuring two teachers and their assessment decisions. Incorporating its own principles, A Practical Guide to Assessing English Language Learners opens with a short quiz for the reader called Are You Testwise? that quickly determines how each teacher will benefit from this indispensable guide.
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Author: Moniker Foster
Category: Chinese students
This SEDA Special is about the experience of Chinese students studying higher education courses both in the UK and on collaborative programmes with British universities in China. It is an edited collection of contributions from practitioners in China and the UK, which draws on current research in the area as well as the results of a two-year project involving colleagues and students in China and in the UK. This project was set up to explore how to help Chinese students cope with and excel at their studies, either at British universities or on collaborative programmes, and how best to prepare them for this experience before and just after arrival in the UK. [p.5].