IELTS is the world’s most popular English language proficiency test for higher education and global migration, more than 3 million tests taken each year.
Over 10,000 organisations trust and accept IELTS as a secure, valid and reliable indicator of true to life ability to communicate in English for education, immigration and professional accreditation purposes. IELTS measures four skills Listening, Reading, Writing and Speaking. All tests are scored on a banded system from 1 (non user) through to 9 (expert user) more information can be found on our website.
Presentations by or related to IELTS
Sat, Nov 21, 16:45-17:45 JST
For some test takers IELTS Academic Writing Task 1, describing data, is an unfamiliar exercise. Some of us are slightly uncomfortable with graphs and charts, so tasks that have 2 diagrams can be challenging. In this workshop we will work through some activities designed to help test takers develop techniques to deal with this task type.
Sat, Nov 21, 11:55-12:20 JST
Students in Japan spend a lot of time and energy studying for various exams during their educational journeys. In particular, language ability tests such as the IELTS are often quite intimidating for second language learners and even native-level speakers. In this workshop, we shall analyse the IELTS band descriptors for speaking and discuss some strategies and techniques that language teachers can employ in their routine classes to help students improve their IELTS scores.
Sun, Nov 22, 16:45-17:45 JST
Focusing on IELTS Academic Writing research, this talk will consider the challenges students face both as they prepare for IELTS in their own country, and as they take part in UK postgraduate courses. By exploring two case studies (Japan/China) we will look at ways teachers can adapt their lessons to help students in the longer term, beyond the test.
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More Information About IELTS
Tomoko Ichikawa, IDP IELTS Tomoko.email@example.com / 090 9334 0355
British Council, Chie Yasuda : firstname.lastname@example.org 070-3195-4162