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.
Interpreting and comparing 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 signaling devices; proof–reading/editing work as part of drafts.
Extracting information from texts of varying lengths
e.g. university lectures, radio interviews, radio documentaries,
conversations; learning what information to look for and what to
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.
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,
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