Tag Archives: IELTS

IELTS: How is IELTS Marked?

  Have you ever been interested in how IELTS is marked? This is very useful information to know as it equips you to better teach your students, whilst arming them with the knowledge they need in order to achieve better … Read More»

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Webinar: Academic Writing for IELTS

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Click the link below to view the May 2017: Academic writing for IELTS. https://oxfordinternational.webex.com/oxfordinternational/ldr.php?RCID=fe3102df2b20d96f51a7eed50ac2bd41 If this is the first time you are viewing a Webex webinar you will need to download the software. Follow the instructions after you click the … Read More»

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Useful IELTS websites

There are a lot of websites out there with free practice material, here are some that contain some really good advice. IELTS exam Dominic Cole’s IELTS IELTS Buddy

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Teaching the IELTS exam: key info

 IELTS ((International English Language Testing System) is a joint Cambridge, British Council and Australian English exam that is becoming increasingly popular. Introduction In the UK, exams can be taken every few weeks at a range of centres. Students may have … Read More»

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13 June 2013 British Council Webinar Kishore Roy: The IELTS speaking test

You can still watch a recording of this webinar which focuses on the speaking component of IELTS

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Have you thought of teaching IELTS?

Good news, the IELTS exam is fun to teach. IELTS (International English Language Testing System) has been around since 1989 and is often taken as a way of showing that a student’s English is good enough for academic study at university. … Read More»

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Long-stay students

How do you cope academically with a student who is staying for a long time? Some students book courses of more than 4 weeks. Often this is because their level is quite low and they have a long-term aim such … Read More»

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Exam preparation: exam info and tips

Find info about popular exams and tips for exam courses. Apart from preparing for exams designed in their own country, students sometimes plan to take internationally recognised exams, either for university entry, career advancement or personal ambition. Most students will be … Read More»

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Teaching advanced students

No need to be afraid… Types of advanced student Your student could be an English teachers in their own country, a student of English literature or linguistics or a person who has attended international schools from a young age. Many … Read More»

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