IELTS Exam

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IELTS Exam

IELTS Exam in Dubai

IELTS Training in Dubai

COURSE OUTLINE

LISTENING

Extract relevant information from four audio passages and answer 40 questions. 30 minutes

Getting Ready to Listen

  • Understanding the context
  • Using the correct spelling
  • Writing numbers

Following a conversation

  • Identifying the speakers
  • Identifying the functions
  • Understanding the categories

Recognizing Paraphrase

  • Identifying distractions
  • Recognizing paraphrase
  • Selecting from a list

Places and Directions

  • Describing a place
  • Following directions
  • Labeling a map

Listening for actions and processes

  • Understanding mechanical parts
  • Describing an action or process
  • Describing a process

Attitude and opinion

  • Identifying attitudes
  • Persuading and suggesting
  • Reaching a decision

Following a Lecture or Talk

  • Identifying the main ideas
  • Understanding how ideas are connected
  • Understanding an explanation

Contrasting Ideas

  • Signposting words
  • Comparing & contrasting ideas
  • Using notes to follow a talk

READING

Extract relevant information from three reading passages and answer 40 questions. One hour.

Reading Strategies

  • Using the features of reading passages
  • Skimming the passage and speed reading
  • Global understanding

Descriptive passages

  • Scanning for detail
  • Using words from passages
  • Notes/flow charts/diagram completion

Understanding the main ideas

  • Identifying the main idea
  • Understanding the main points
  • Identifying information from the passage

Locating and Matching information

  • Identifying types of information
  • Locating and matching information
  • How ideas are connected

Discursive passages

  • Discursive passages
  • Identifying theories and opinions
  • Matching features

Multiple-choice questions

  • Understanding longer pieces of text
  • Different types of multiple-choice
  • Identifying a writer’s purpose

Opinions and Attitudes

  • Argumentative texts
  • Identifying the writer’s views/claims
  • Identifying grammatical features

General training Reading

  • The General Training Reading paper
  • Dealing with multiple texts
  • Understanding work-related texts

WRITING

Interpret and describe graphical information (in 20 minutes and 150 words) Or Write a letter responding to a given situation (in 20 minutes and 150 words) and Write a discursive or argumentative essay (in 40 minutes and 250 words). A total of one hour.

Describing a chart, table or graph

  • Understanding graphs, tables & charts
  • More complex charts
  • Improving your task achievement score

Comparing & Contrasting graphs & tables

  • Avoiding repetition
  • Comparing and contrasting data
  • Grammatical Accuracy

Describing Diagrams

  • Understanding a diagram
  • Coherence and Cohesion
  • Lexical Resource

Describing Map

  • Describing a map
  • Describing changes in place
  • Grammatical Accuracy

A Letter

  • Understanding the task
  • Improving your score
  • Checking and correcting

Getting ready to write

  • Understanding the task
  • Planning and organizing your ideas
  • Writing an introduction

Expressing your ideas clearly

  • Linking ideas – cohesion
  • Lexical resource – avoiding repetition
  • Expressing a personal view

Checking and correcting

  • Developing your ideas correctly
  • Grammatical accuracy
  • Assessing your language

SPEAKING

Participate in a speaking test consisting of three parts:

  1. an interview
  2. A long turn/ a description
  3. A two way conversation

The speaking test

  • Getting ready to speak
  • Talking about familiar topics
  • Using the right tense
  • Grammatical range and accuracy

Giving a talk

  • Understanding the task
  • Improving Fluency and Coherence
  • Organizing your notes and your talk

Talking about abstract topics

  • Talking about abstract topics
  • Agreeing and disagreeing
  • Improving your lexical resource score

Checking, correcting and assessing

  • Dealing with problems
  • Pronunciation, intonation and “chunking”
  • Assessing yourself and improving your score

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