Posted on May 18, 2017

COURSE DATES: 02 July - 27 July 2017

COURSE LENGTH: 4 weeks

NUMBER OF HOURS: 80

COURSE TIMETABLE: 4 hours x 5 days a week (Sunday - Thursday)

CLASS TIMING: TBA

LEVELS AVAILABLE: Pre-intermediate (CEFR Levels: A2 - B1) = IELTS Band Score 4.0-5.0

The course will focus on equipping students with skills and strategies needed to prepare them for the exam, handle various types of tasks and develop their skills as an IELTS test-taker.

 THE COURSE AIMS TO:

  • Improve and expand students’ range of vocabulary on common topics
  • Improve students’ level of language accuracy, listening and speaking skills
  • Introduce students to and familiarise them with the format and content of IELTS.
  • Equip students with effective skills and strategies needed to undertake the IELTS test with confidence.
  • Provide material for practice in all areas of the test.
  • Administer regular quizzes and tests with individual feedback

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COURSE OUTLINE:

Reading: skimming and scanning for general or specific information (e.g. data/statistics, facts); processing information from academic and authentic sources (magazines, journals and the internet), logical organisation of information and understanding logical argument, recognising writers' opinions, attitudes and purpose.

Writing: (Task One) interpreting, comparing and summarizing data; describing tables, objects, graphs and processes.

(Task Two) stating and developing arguments/opinions; problem-solving; presenting information logically, coherently and cohesively; paragraph mapping—introduction, body of ideas and conclusion; sequencers and signalling devices; proof–reading/editing work as part of drafts.

 Listening: extracting information from texts of varying lengths in an everyday social context and in an academic setting e.g. university lectures, radio interviews, radio documentaries, conversations; learning what information to look for and what to exclude.

Speaking: providing information in a formal interview context; giving an extended talk on a given topic; taking part in a formal discussion; giving a formal presentation/report.

Grammar: verb tenses (Present Simple, Present Continuous, Past Simple etc) & language required for describing graphs and diagrams including comparatives and superlatives, the passive voice.

Vocabulary Topics: develop vocabulary connected with the most common IELTS topics, such as the Environment, Science and Technology, Health, Energy, Education, Transport, The Arts, Media, and Urbanisation.

ASSESSMENT: Assessment is continuous throughout the course: quizzes to be conducted every week based on results of which students receive regular feedback from their teacher and a mock test/assessment - at the end of the course.

Weeks

Dates

Lesson Focus

Quizzes / Assessments

1

2 July -6 July 2017

IELTS Preparation

Quiz 1

2

9 July -13 July 2017

IELTS Preparation

Quiz 2

3

16 July -20 July 2017

IELTS Preparation

Quiz 3

4

23 July -27 July 2017

IELTS Preparation

Mock exam

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