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Using the council of Europe's CEFR scale as a reference point for IMC training objectives, our instructors ensure that candidates achieve proficiency with the following outcomes:

1. Attain  expert user status in speaking, reading, listening and writing.

2. Diagnose and overcome challenges presented in the IELTS assessment.

3. Competently write credible answers to different academic essay types, and evaluate and self correct their speaking.

4. Are prepared for the mechanics of the IELTS examination  (time, order, format).

5. Skim, scan and effectively focus on target material in academic reading passages. 

6. Interpret and describe statistical data using appropriate language and grammar.

7. Demonstrate enhanced range of vocabulary in writing and speaking.

8. Formulate, express and defend opinions using appropriate vocabulary.

9. Exhibit improved listening skills for comprehension and details.

 

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Description

The lessons cover all four modules of the IELTS tests using comprehensive procedures and a lot of practice guaranteed to help you get a high band score.

The curriculum in this regard is focused at delivering on outstandingly improving the productive and receptive skills of the attendees:

 

Writing:

  1. Information about the IELTS writing test.

  2. Getting started with writing task 1:

    • Overview of question types.

    • Appropriate language for expressing time and no time data sets, for making comparison & contrast, as well as describing changes, similarities and differences.

    • Structure parameters/recommendations.

    • Skill focus for letter writing, also for analyzing & interpreting visuals & graphs (such as selecting & grouping information, stating purpose, defining the audience, using appropriate tone, registers & style).

  3. Getting started with writing task 2:

    • Overview of question types.

    • Techniques for question analysis (such as identifying keywords that define the topic and sub-topic from the task).

    • Selecting & presenting ideas appropriately to detail the topic for each paragraph as a signpost for the overall structure.

    • Language strategies & skill focus for essay writing that circumventing waffles/clichés & hit the word range target (such as the correct use of modifiers, varying sentence structures, composing complex sentences, appropriately using punctuations/linkers and suitable tenses, plus using a wide range of vocabulary relevant to the topic, alongside providing relevant examples & relating parity experience).

  4. The writing process

    • Strategies for an inclusive introduction: asking the six WHO? questions, writing a clear overview, paraphrasing the background situation & stating the thesis & outline statement.

    • Strategies for composing coherent & cohesive body paragraphs for academic purposes.

    • Features of a good conclusion.

Writing Tips For English Proficiency Exam.

Speaking:

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  1. Information about IELTS speaking test.

  2. Explanation and tips on delivering the best possible performance.

  3. What the examiner is looking for/Examiner assessment criteria: focus on fluency &  pronunciation clarity and intonation accessible during candidate’s feedback and focus on grammar in the use of a range of accurate vocabulary/ lexical resources, structures &  tenses in answering questions.

  4. Managing stress during the test and coping with nerves.

  5. Possible problems candidates are likely to face and how to avoid them.

  6. Dos & Don’ts of the speaking test.

  7. Strategies for speaking fluently & confidently.

 

Part 1: The Interview

  1. Language use & strategies for expressing likes, dislikes & preferences, while answering general questions about yourself.

 

Part 2: The long turn

  1. Making notes.

  2. Beginning your talk.

  3. Saying More.

 

Part 3: Two Way Discussion With Follow-up questions on topic(s).

  1. Responding effectively to follow-up questions; analysis of ways of stating reasons.

  2. Comparative forms of talking about social problems in countries.

  3. Techniques for making comparisons.

  4. Phrases for speculating.

  5. Effective strategies for speaking fluently and dealing with tough questions you are not knowledgeable on.

  6. Techniques for extending your answers.

 

Learn to  speak fluently with coherence, pronouncing words correctly while using a wide range of vocabulary with grammatical accuracy to ace the IELTS speaking test.

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The lessons cover all four modules of the IELTS tests using comprehensive procedures and a lot of intentional and analyzed practice sessions guaranteed to help learners get a high band score.

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Writing 

Understand the IELTS writing assessment criteria and acquire the writing skills to fulfill TA/TR, CC, LR & GRA to get a high band score in the test.