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Academic Essay Writing (IELTS writing task II)

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Course Level

Intermediate

Total Hour

50m

Video Tutorials

8

Course content

50m

Introduction

Introducing IELTS writing task II
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Course Content

Conclusion

About Course

Very few people like exams. Because exams make people nervous and uncomfortable. IELTS is no different for many people, and that even turns out to be a problem. There are many parts of IELTS that can be intimidating unless you know how to handle them.  People are afraid of the unknown, and the solution is to get familiar with all the “scary” aspects of the IELTS exam. Take the element of surprise out of IELTS and these fears will fade away. Whether you’re writing for the Academic or General Test or on Task 1 or Task 2. Make sure you understand exactly what you are asked to do.

Many people struggle with the IELTS exam preparation, it’s well-known for being tough, and will test anyone’s language abilities to the limit. For a lot of people, the writing part of the test can be the most stressful, but don’t worry, after completing this course you will know every detail of it.

Take a look at some of my insights and advice, and I am sure you will ace the IELTS writing test. IELTS writing does not need to be long, although you do need to aim for the required word count.  Task 2 essays need only two strong body paragraphs, although three is certainly a plus if you manage it. You score points for using complex sentence structure and strong vocabulary accurately and naturally. Rather than worrying about the length of your essay, take the time to include interesting vocabulary and avoid repeating words. As you prepare for the IELTS exam, you should be working to build your vocabulary for a variety of topics.

In addition, you may want to group synonyms or related words together on flashcards. This will help you think of synonyms to use while writing. Also, make sure you are familiar with and comfortable using cohesive words and phrases naturally. Again, avoid repeating the same cohesive devices. You will impress the reader by presenting clear, concise, and cohesive arguments, so this should be your focus while writing.

Enjoy the course and wish you a happy journey to your language proficiency.

 

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What to learn?

This course is divided into 8 chapters followed by a concluding remark. Each section has video content that provides a vivid idea about writing an academic essay. All the sections are designed in such a way so that learners can understand every bit of the academic essay writing task and can produce a proper one to secure a good band score. This course includes details of what is the IELTS writing task, how to write essays effectively, identifying question types, making an outline for an essay, techniques to improve your score, top tips for answering IELTS writing task II, sample questions, and overall review. There is a short quiz at the end of the course. By participating in this, learners can check their understanding level and can get a certificate of completion. Course Objective : 1. Providing learners with vivid ideas about what IELTS writing tasks are. 2. Enabling them to understand the types and structures of Academic Essays. 3. Enabling learners to identify how to make an outline for an essay. 4. Providing techniques for improving scores, and tips for planning a proper essay for writing task II. 5. Producing sample questions with a possible briefing to make the learners more familiar.

Audience

  • Anyone who is sitting for the IELTS exam.

Instructor

Afsana Jerin Shayery
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Afsana Jerin Shayery is an enthusiastic learner who completed her BA (Hons) in English Studies, and MA in English Language Teaching (ELT) from Daffodil International University, Bangladesh. Currently working as…

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