Writing Task 1 (Academic) Preparation Course

Duration : 4 Weeks
Attendance : Friday, 2.30—5.30 pm
Workload : Homework (40-60 minutes) daily
Recommended Level of English : Minimum IELTS 5.0
Fee : $288
Textbook Needed : None

Course Description

This course is suitable for test takers who want to...

  • improve their performance in the IELTS Writing Task 1 (Academic)
  • learn how to identify and write the overview
  • learn how to describe graphs, tables, pie and bar charts, maps and diagrams
  • learn how to write a coherent description
  • learn how to correct their grammar mistakes in the IELTS Writing Task 1

You receive detailed feedback on the tasks you submit.

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Reasons to attend this Course

$288
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Course Structure

Week 1

Class Focus:
1. Overview of the format of the IELTS Writing Task 1 Academic
2. Strategies to read graphs, bars, pie charts, and tables
3. A model to write the first sentence of the introduction
4. Strategies to understand the overview
5. A model to write the overview

Homework:
1. Further practice for sentence 1 introduction
2. Further practice for the overview
3. Further practice to read graphs, bars, pie charts, and tables

Week 2

Class Focus:
1. Strategies to identify five important points in a graph
2. Typical vocabulary used to describe graphs
3. A model to write the body paragraph (graphs)
4. A model to write the conclusion

Homework:
Further practice for the first three sentences of the body paragraph
Further practice for the overview and the conclusion

Week 3

Class Focus:
1. Strategies to use the prepositions accurately
2. A model to write pie charts, bar charts, and tables
3. Strategies to identify 5 important points in pie and bar
4. Strategies to avoid common Task 1 mistakes

Homework:
Further practice for pie charts, bar charts, and tables
Further practice for prepositions

Week 4

Class Focus:
1. Vocabulary used to describe diagrams and maps
2. Strategies to identify 5 important points in diagrams and maps
3. A model to describe diagrams and maps

Homework:
Further practice for diagrams and maps

Test:
Complete a Writing Task 1 Test in 20 Minutes

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