EFLT Direct English - IELTS Introduction to speaking more

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Presentation by EFLT Direct giving helpful tips and procedures when taking the speaking part of the IELTS English proficiency test. TEFL practice.

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EFLT Direct English Online Understanding IELTS 3 - Introduction to Speaking More : EFLT Direct English Online Understanding IELTS 3 - Introduction to Speaking More Copyright © 2013-14 EFLT Direct · All rights reserved Start learning for as low as $1

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Speaking Preparation – Parts 2 and 3 : Speaking Preparation – Parts 2 and 3 Part 1 of the IELTS test discussed in the previous lesson spoke about the student and the examiner interacting in a very general way with general questions asked about familiar topics like hobbies, family, education and other general interests. This part lasts for about 4 to 5 minutes and should help the student focus on the next part. In part 2 of the test you will be handed a card by the examiner and asked to prepare for a minute and then speak on the revealed topic for about 2 to 3 minutes. At this stage you will not be asked any questions but you will be expected to speak fluently and spontaneously on the topic given which may be about a familiar life event such as a wedding, holiday, movie or a person who may have influenced you. The card will also give further prompts which you should consider and speak about. Remember to be relevant and appropriate in your speech. Examples of cards are given in this lesson. Part 3 of the test is an extension of part 2 when you will be asked to talk in in greater detail for about 4 to 5 minutes on the topic in part 2. This is a two way discussion and your thoughts and responses should extend beyond the immediate and go further in order for the examiner to see that you can express your opinions in your extended thought. It’s important to remember that you will not know what the examiner is going to ask you and your answers must be fluent and spontaneous. If the examiner thinks that you have prepared an answer, he will quickly change the question. Copyright © 2013-14 EFLT Direct · All rights reserved For LOW COST English Training go to http://efltdirect.asia or write to admin@efltdirect.asia Start learning for as low as $1

Topic Examples – Part 2 : Topic Examples – Part 2 Describe a wedding you have been to or heard about.                You should say: who got married what they wore what they did on the day and explain how you felt about this wedding. Describe a wild animal that can be found in your country. You should say: what it looks like where it lives what you like/don't like about it and explain how people in your country generally feel about it. These are example cards and in this part you will be allowed to collect your thoughts for a minute and then speak on the topic for two to three minutes. Keep a focus and let the additional prompts guide you into staying relevant. Other topics may be about a holiday, a movie, particular life problems, people, animals and similar topics. Remember the WH question words in this part of the topic, they will help you focus. The Who, What, When, Where, Why, Which and How. Your online teacher will now test your speaking proficiency in a few topics. Good Luck. Copyright © 2013-14 EFLT Direct · All rights reserved For LOW COST English Training go to http://efltdirect.asia or write to admin@efltdirect.asia Start learning for as low as $1

Topic Examples – Part 3 : Topic Examples – Part 3 Here in part 3 you will discuss the topic on which you spoke in part 2 in greater detail. For example if you spoke about a wild animal, you will then discuss the wider implications and broader understanding of the animal. You should talk about habitat, animal rights, species, population and so on. Here you should express your ideas and thoughts as clearly as possible and even though you may not know about or have little or no interest in the topic, that’s not the point; the point is to speak fluently and allow for spontaneous interaction between the examiner and you. This part of the test is not a test of your understanding of the topic but rather a test of your ability to be able to communicate clearly and effectively. Your online teacher will now test your speaking proficiency for part 3. Copyright © 2013-14 EFLT Direct · All rights reserved For LOW COST English Training go to http://efltdirect.asia or write to admin@efltdirect.asia Start learning for as low as $1

Speaking Summary : Speaking Summary In the first part of the test you will be asked questions about familiar topics. In the second part of the test you will be given a card and asked to speak about the topic on the card and prompted to explore the topic further. In the third part of the test you will need to express your ideas on part two in greater detail and communicate these ideas fluently with use of appropriate vocabulary. Remember to speak fluently. Do not let accuracy interfere with fluency. Speak as much as possible. Remember to practice and practice. Copyright © 2013-14 EFLT Direct · All rights reserved For LOW COST English Training go to http://efltdirect.asia or write to admin@efltdirect.asia Start learning for as low as $1

Contact: EFLT Direct English : Copyright © 2013-14 EFLT Direct · All rights reserved Contact: EFLT Direct English http://efltdirect.asia http://onlineteachers.org.uk admin@efltdirect.asia Start learning for as low as $1

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