International English Language Testing (IELTS)

The IELTS materials published here aims to provide students/aspirants with the knowledge and ability required to successfully prepare to take the IELTS Academic Tests. IELTS, which stands for International English Language Testing System, is an internationally-recognized test of English language proficiency.

It is a better choice for aspirants of IELTS wishing to study at a university in an English-speaking nation. This material will guide you to take the IELTS
Academic Tests with ease and comfortability. It is designed by a team of highly-qualified and experienced ELT experts and TESOL trainers.

The IELTS materials at English Filament offers a comprehensive introduction to the IELTS test. Like the test itself, course content is organised into the four key skills of the language: Speaking, Listening, Reading, and Writing.

Each part/section of this free course includes interesting and engaging multimedia presentations considering practical test-taking activities, strategies, and techniques. In 4 areas of testing (LSRW) learners/ participants will be informed about the format of the test, as well as suggestions/guides about the skills and methods that will be useful while taking the test.

Engaging activities will be provided here so that participants can practise those skills and strategies in order to feel confident for the IELTS tests. The practical approach of IELTS practice test material facilitates the participants to test their proficiency and get an assessment of what it is like to take the IELTS tests.

The course features an extensive bank of video and audio resources that are used to support the learning program.

Objective of Learning

  • You will be able to learn about the IELTS test procedure and format and syllabus
  • You will get a useful idea of test-taking techniques and skills for the IELTS Academic Tests
  • You will develop your reading, writing, listening, and speaking English skills as IELTS requires

IELS Syllabus: An Overview

Reading Section

  • The concrete idea about the Reading Test
  • What the Reading Test assess in the learners
  • How to differ Fact and Opinion
  • Spelling and Grammar Check
  • Distinguishing Main Ideas from Supporting details
  • Reading Skills and Strategies
  • Skimming and Scanning
  • Identifying Paraphrase
  • Identifying Reference
  • Short Answer Questions
  • Sentence Completion
  • Headings
  • Multiple Choice Questions
  • Locating Information
  • Multiple Choice
  • Labeling and Noting
  • Labeling a Diagram
  • Summary Tasks: Notes/Table/Flow Chart
  • Completion
  • Identifying Information, Views, and Claims
  • True, False, Not Given
  • Yes, No, Not Given
  • Classification
  • Matching

Writing Section

  • Concrete information about the Writing Test
  • Task 1 – The Opening
  • Introduction to Writing Task 1: Visuals
  • Understanding Task 1 Questions
  • Introducing the Topic
  • Analyzing and Describing Key Features
  • The Overview
  • Assessing Task 1
  • Task 1 – The Data Description
  • Focus on Language: Describing Data
  • Skills Focus: Grouping Information
  • Skills Focus: Ordering Paragraphs
  • Introduction to Writing Task 2
  • Getting Started: Analysing Questions
  • Essay Structure
  • Essay Task Types
  • Assessing the Essay
  • Brainstorming and Planning Your Essay
  • Task 2 – The Introduction, Body and conclusion
  • Paragraph Structure
  • Writing the Introduction
  • Grammar Focus: Complex Sentences
  • Constructing an Argument
  • Cohesion and Coherence
  • Writing the Conclusion
  • Proofreading My Essay

Speaking Section

  • Concrete information about the Speaking Test
  • The Interview – Part 1
  • Part 1: The Introduction
  • Focus on Grammar: Likes and Dislikes
  • Focus on Fluency: Extending Your Answer
  • Focus on Vocabulary: Showing Range
  • Focus on Pronunciation: Essential Aspects
  • The Individual Long Turn – Part 2
  • Making Notes
  • Beginning Your Talk
  • Saying More
  • Ending Your Talk
  • The Discussion – Part 3
  • Focus on Fluency: Extending Your Answers
  • Focus on Vocabulary: Discussion Topics
  • Focus on Grammar: Past, Present, Future
  • Focus on Grammar: Comparison
  • Focus on Pronunciation: Clarity

Listening Section

  • Facts about the Listening Test
  • What the Listening Test Assesses
  • Listening for the Main Idea and Factual Information
  • Understanding Speakers’ Agreement,
  • Responses and Attitudes
  • Following Academic Explanation
  • Listening Strategies
  • Before Listening: Using Audio Instructions
  • and Predicting
  • While Listening: Being Ready to Hear and
  • Listening While Reading
  • After Listening: Checking and Transferring Answers

IELTS Syllabus PDF

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