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IELTS Writing

IELTS Writing A2 – B2 are self-study courses which are designed for learners who need to improve their test scores on the writing section of the Academic IELTS exam. These courses will help students improve their writing skills with realistic IELTS test material. Each course can be used across a range of devices, allowing for seamless mobile study

Level: CEFR A2 – B2 | IELTS 3 – 6 | TOEFL® iBT 32 – 45*

Number of Lessons: 15 at each level (Digital)

Lesson Duration: Approx. 60 mins

Key Content: IELTS Skill Areas – Organizing ideas; Structuring writing (Introductions, Overviews, Main Paragraphs); Sentence structure; Showing contrast; Linking information; Avoiding repetition; Checking your work

About IELTS Writing

IELTS Writing A2 – B2 can be used flexibly as self-study courses, or as a homework supplement for face-to-face IELTS writing training. Those who are willing to study 2-3 hours a week over several months will see a significant improvement in their level and in their test score. Each level begins with an overview of the IELTS Writing test. This is followed by lessons that cover IELTS Writing Task 1 (writing a report based on visual input) and Task 2 (writing an essay). All lessons include activities that encourage and train students to check their work for common errors and provide important tips for maximizing scores.
IELTS Writing

Systematic Task Coverage

The lesson structure throughout the IELTS Writing courses follows a systematic flow from Task Analysis to Language Focus, to Writing Skills and to an end-of-lesson Test. Each level includes a variety of inputs for Writing Task 1 (charts, maps, process diagrams) and Writing Task 2 (opinion, problem solving, advantages and disadvantages).

The Language Focus sections present practice activities with key phrases, vocabulary, and specific grammatical structures that will help students produce better writing, with better range and accuracy to improve their scores.

Writing Skills sections are typically presented with an animated lecture which include tips on how to meet the criteria of the task, and practice with structure, cohesion and coherence.

In the test section, the student is given either a Task 1 report or a Task 2 essay to write within a suggested time limit. At the end, feedback is provided in the form of a model answer with specific features highlighted for students to compare their own writing against. Every lesson includes at least three complete models either as part of the practice cycle, or the test cycle.

IELTS Writing features:

Lesson Flow

Lessons follow a systematic cycle and are broken down into short modules. Students can begin a lesson, take a break and simply pick up where they left of. An end-of-lesson test helps consolidate both the language and skills learned. Lesson Flow example taken from IELTS Writing B1:
Vocabulary is presented with visual and audio support, followed by short matching activities.
Students are given clear feedback on why an answer was right or wrong so they can monitor their own learning.
Practice involves using both listening and writing skills to complete a natural, everyday situational dialog
A short test consolidates the material learned in the lesson and is used as benchmark for further learning.