Collins Get Ready for IELTS Reading is the perfect book for students who want to develop the necessary skills to perform effectively on the IELTS Reading test.
Collins Get Ready for IELTS Reading
Get Ready for IELTS Reading is a confidence-booster and a chance to gain a wider knowledge of the vocabulary and synonyms needed for the IELTS examination. It is a lifeline for both teachers and students.
Who is this book for?
Get Ready for IELTS Reading has been written for learners with a band score of 3 or 4 who want to achieve a higher score. Using this book will help you improve your pre-intermediate reading skills for the IELTS Academic Reading test. You can use Get Ready for IELTS Reading
- As a self-study course. We recommend that you work systematically through the 12 units in order to benefit from its progressive structure.
- As a supplementary reading skills course for IELTS preparation classes. The book provides enough material for approximately 50 hours of classroom activity. Get Ready for IELTS Reading.
- This book consists of 12 units. Each unit focuses on a different topic and these topics are ones that often appear in the IELTS exam.
- After every three units, there is a Review unit which helps you to revise the language and skills covered in the previous units.
- At the end of the book, the Practice test gives you the opportunity to take an IELTS-style test under test conditions.
- There is also a full Answer key at the back of the book so you can check your answers. Here you will find suggested answers for more open-ended questions and model answers for the exam practice questions in Part 3 of the unit.
- The Glossary at the back of the book lists the useful words from each unit with their Cobuild dictionary definitions.
Each unit starts with the Alms of the unit. They outline the key language and skills covered.
Part 1: Language development provides exercises on vocabulary related to the topic as well as any relevant grammar points related to the IELTS Task covered in the unit. Clear structures are provided.
Part 2: Skills development provides information and practice on the task types you will come across in the IELTS Reading test. M explanation of each task type is followed by exercises of increasing difficulty. These exercises give you the opportunity to practise the skills that are needed to complete the task, and they help you to develop strategies for completing these tasks in the test.
Part 3: Exam practice provides realistic exam practice questions for the tasks you have been practising, in a format that follows the actual exam. You can use this to check your progress towards being ready for the test.
Finally, a checklist summarises the key points covered in the unit.