Online IELTS Preparation Courses

Why Online IELTS Preparation?

Our online preparation course covers all aspects of the English language, including reading, listening, writing, and speaking. Classes will be conducted in the same way as if they were face to face. The instructor will upload example documents, information, test examples. Students will be able to access these through Google Classroom or Google Documents.

IELTS Preparation

  • IELTS is the International English Language Testing System.
  • This class is designed to prepare students for the IELTS exam.
  • Practice exams and tips for doing well on this exam are provided in this course.
  • Preparation for IELTS skills, speaking, reading, writing and listening are given.

Level

Pre-Intermediate Level and Upper Intermediate Level

FREE Placement Test
IELTS Online Oman

Content – The IELTS Preparation

Listening

  • Predicting the situation
  • Completing forms and tables
  • Completing notes and sentences.
  • Matching lists and classifications
  • Labeling a diagram, map or plan.
  • Identifying detail, multiple choice questions and answers
  • Identifying main ideas, short-answer questions
  • Understanding stress and intonation
  • Completing a flowchart
  • Summary completion
  • Using your own knowledge of the topic.

Reading

  • Finding information in paragraphs
  • Selecting headings for paragraphs
  • Scanning for specific detail, short answer questions
  • Completing a flowchart, diagram or table
  • Multiple choice questions and answers
  • Identifying main and supporting ideas – True, False, Not given
  • Extracting key information, note completion
  • Acquiring global reading skills
  • Selecting headings for paragraphs
  • Completing sentences
  • Summarizing
  • Locating information in paragraphs
  • Matching sentence endings
  • Analyzing the passage – Yes, No, Not given.

Writing

  • Interpreting visual information: tables, line graphs, charts and   diagrams
  • Writing an overview
  • Selecting and illustrating the main points of a topic
  • Comparing and grouping information
  • Planning a letter
  • Choosing the right language and expressions
  • Writing a coherent paragraph
  • Planning an essay
  • Presenting ideas as a written argument
  • Making the main argument clear. -Linking ideas.

Speaking test format, 11-14 minutes:

  • Answering questions on familiar topics
  • Becoming more fluent by linking ideas
  • Planning and preparing to talk
  • Using notes
  • Using rhythm and timing to help make talk flow
  • Understanding abstract and analytical questions
  • Making your ideas clear
  • Exploring a theme
  • Giving a reasoned response, giving two sides of an argument
Listening

Listening

  • Predicting the situation
  • Completing forms and tables
  • Completing notes and sentences.
  • Matching lists and classifications
  • Labeling a diagram, map or plan.
  • Identifying detail, multiple choice questions and answers
  • Identifying main ideas, short-answer questions
  • Understanding stress and intonation
  • Completing a flowchart
  • Summary completion
  • Using your own knowledge of the topic.
Reading

Reading

  • Finding information in paragraphs
  • Selecting headings for paragraphs
  • Scanning for specific detail, short answer questions
  • Completing a flowchart, diagram or table
  • Multiple choice questions and answers
  • Identifying main and supporting ideas – True, False, Not given
  • Extracting key information, note completion
  • Acquiring global reading skills
  • Selecting headings for paragraphs
  • Completing sentences
  • Summarizing
  • Locating information in paragraphs
  • Matching sentence endings
  • Analyzing the passage – Yes, No, Not given.
Writing

Writing

  • Interpreting visual information: tables, line graphs, charts and   diagrams
  • Writing an overview
  • Selecting and illustrating the main points of a topic
  • Comparing and grouping information
  • Planning a letter
  • Choosing the right language and expressions
  • Writing a coherent paragraph
  • Planning an essay
  • Presenting ideas as a written argument
  • Making the main argument clear. -Linking ideas.
Speaking

Speaking test format, 11-14 minutes:

  • Answering questions on familiar topics
  • Becoming more fluent by linking ideas
  • Planning and preparing to talk
  • Using notes
  • Using rhythm and timing to help make talk flow
  • Understanding abstract and analytical questions
  • Making your ideas clear
  • Exploring a theme
  • Giving a reasoned response, giving two sides of an argument

Learning Outcomes

  • By the end of the course you will:
  • Be familiar with the format and directions of the IELTS test
  • Be familiar with the types of questions that are asked in each section
  • Be able to identify personal strengths, weaknesses and areas requiring – improvement
  • Be aware of the English language skills that are necessary to be successful in the test
  • Be prepared to answer the IELTS test questions

Group Schedule

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