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Type:
A debating game
Skill:
Speaking
Time:
15 minutes
Stage:
Language speaking practice
Work:
Students work in pairs
Focus:
Cause and Result
 
 
This great high level handout gives IELTS students practice of the key phrases and expressions that express cause and result. Students discuss the causes and results of a number of socio-political issues relevant to IELTS.
Type:
An individual writing task
Skill:
Writing
Time:
15 minutes
Stage:
Controlled writing practice
Work:
Students work individually
Focus:
Cause and Result
 
 
IELTS students write sentences about subjects such as 'the bends' and 'insomnia' using language for cause and result in this handout.
Type:
An individual writing task
Skill:
Writing
Time:
25 minutes
Stage:
Controlled grammar writing practice
Work:
Students work individually
Focus:
Cause and Result
 
 
This language for cause and result practice handout is great for higher level IELTS candidates to get practice forming complex sentences with either cause or result clauses. Challenging with high level vocabulary.
Type:
An individual writing task
Skill:
Writing
Time:
25 minutes
Stage:
Language writing practice
Work:
Students work individually
Focus:
Cause, Blame and Solution
 
 
Students acquire fixed expressions and language for writing the causes, blames and solutions to a number of socio-political phenomena that are very typical for IELTS.
Type:
A debating game
Skill:
Speaking
Time:
20 minutes
Stage:
Language speaking practice
Work:
Students work in pairs
Focus:
Cause, Blame and Solution
 
 
IELTS students examine four key international issues in this language speaking practice handout designed to enable students to use fixed expressions concerning cause, blame and solution.
Type:
A writing task 2 practice topic
Skill:
Writing Task 2
Time:
40 minutes
Stage:
Controlled writing practice
Work:
Students work individually
Focus:
CCTV
 
 
“Big Brother is watching you.” This is certainly true in countries like the UK where there are millions of closed circuit television cameras (CCTV) watching people's everyday moves. However does CCTV actually help in solving and preventing crime?
Type:
A writing task 2 practice topic
Skill:
Writing Task 2
Time:
40 minutes
Stage:
Controlled writing practice
Work:
Students work individually
Focus:
Celebrity Worship
 
 
From worshipping Gods in the last thousand years, more and more people are 'worshipping' celebrities. Ordinary people are obsessed with the private lives of their favourite film starts and actors. Is celebrity worship good or bad for a person and society?
Type:
A writing task 2 practice topic
Skill:
Writing Task 2
Time:
40 minutes
Stage:
Controlled writing practice
Work:
Students work individually
Focus:
Child Labour
 
 
All over the world there are millions of children who work. However should they be allowed? What rules should there be for children who work? Are there any professions children shouldn't be allowed to have?
Type:
A writing task 2 practice topic
Skill:
Writing Task 2
Time:
40 minutes
Stage:
Controlled writing practice
Work:
Students work individually
Focus:
Christmas
 
 
For a celebration that lasts only one day Christmas is starting earlier and earlier each year. It has become a festival of shopping and spending money with it's true meaning forgotten by most people. How should people celebrate Christmas?
Type:
A language discovery sheet
Skill:
Writing
Time:
20 minutes
Stage:
Language discovery
Work:
Students work individually
Focus:
Comparing and Contrasting
 
 
For the fundamentals of comparing and contrasting, use this great worksheet for IELTS students. This covers a revision of comparative and superlative adjectives, and fixed expressions for comparing things.
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