IELTS Examiner’s Tips for Academic IELTS is an Academic Guide to IELTS Speaking and Writing for overseas students preparing for IELTS.
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IELTS Examiner’s Tips is an Academic Guide to IELTS Speaking and Writing is intended for international students preparing for IELTS.
If you’ve taken IELTS a few times already, are going to take IELTS soon, target a score higher than a Band 6, this book is exactly what you need. It brings an experienced examiner’s perspective to the test preparation.
It focuses on most frequently asked IELTS questions, the dos and don’ts of the Speaking Room, examiners’ pet peeves, most overused or misused vocabulary, and discourse markers needed for a high score.
IELTS Examiner’s Tips
The textbook explains Writing tasks in depth, and features quotations and knowledge of tenses needed to succeed at IELTS. It provides you with the largest bank of real Speaking exam topics as well as IELTS assessment criteria, all explained in an approachable way.
This textbook contains 114 topics for Speaking Part 1 with over 1000 questions your examiners might ask. You will be able to practice over 150 topics for Part 2 with 3200 native level words and phrases to boost your score, and over 3600 real questions for Part 3. Don’t miss out on this title! It’s a must before your exam!
About the Author
Karolina Achirri has been living and teaching in Poland, England and China for the past ten years. She holds a Bachelor’s Degree in English Literature and a Master’s Degree in English Philology, specializing in British Literature.
She has a broad experience teaching on a variety of levels, i.e., from primary school to university. Karolina’s teaching is characterized by a very professional approach combined with a willingness to assist younger teachers.
Her teaching strengths are IELTS and TOEFL preparation, Literature classes, Advanced Grammar, Academic Writing, Pronunciation, etc.
Additionally, Karolina speaks Polish, English, Russian, Ukrainian, Latin, and Chinese. This has sharpened her awareness of cultural influences on ESL and EFL learning as well as her students’ particular learning styles.
This title follows the publication of IELTS BAND 9: An Academic Guide for Chinese Students (Volumes I and II).
This new text is a result of hours spent with international students in and out of classroom settings as well as testing IELTS candidates in the past three years.
It meets with their biggest concerns and provides solutions to the critical writing and speaking as well as comprehension tasks that they might encounter during their IELTS testing.