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IELTS Trackعربي

Overview

This program guarantees your IELTS Test pass 5.5 out of 9 minimum. The IELTS Track also gives the chance to those who lack the right skills for the IELTS test. During the first two months of the program, candidates learn and develop the needed IELTS skills in all four sections (Speaking, Writing, Listening and Reading). The third month is mastering the exam strategies. Moreover, the IELTS Track definitely improves the students’ general English language too.

Objectives

  • Pass IELTS test with your desired score.
  • From day one, the objective is to focus on the four IELTS skills one by one.
  • It is a time saving program. No need for the student to take 7 months English courses to be able to take the IELTS test.
  • The first two months work will be enough boost to master the 3rd month strategies.

Audience

  • IELTS for migration and permanent residency in many English-speaking countries.
  • IELTS for study - There are two versions to choose from – Academic and General Training.
  • Professional registration- evidence of acceptable English language skills is a prerequisite for applicants and international graduates seeking professional registration.

Prerequisite

It welcomes level 4 according to Infocenter placement test/ CEFR B1 students.

Skills earned

  1. learners are trained on Academic & General Training Reading
    • Reading for gist
    • Reading for main ideas
    • Reading for detail
    • Understanding inferences and implied meaning
    • Recognizing writer’s opinions, attitudes and purpose
    • Following the development of an argument
  2. Learners are introduced to a variety of Listening conversations
    • Understanding of main ideas
    • Understanding of specific factual information
    • Recognizing opinions, attitudes and purpose of a speaker
    • Following the development of an argument
  3. Learners work on three different parts of speaking
    • The ability to communicate opinions and information on everyday topics and common experiences and situations by answering a range of questions.
    • The ability to speak at length on a given topic using appropriate language and organizing ideas coherently.
    • The ability to express and justify opinions and to analyze, discuss and speculate about issues.
  4. Learners practice how to write an Academic & General Training Writing
    • To organize, present and possibly compare data.
    • To describe the stages of a process or procedure.
    • To describe an object, event, or sequence of events, and to explain how something works.
    • To present a solution to a problem.
    • The ability to present and justify an opinion, to compare and contrast evidence, opinions and implications.
    • The ability to evaluate and challenge ideas, evidence or an argument.
    • To elicit and provide general factual information; express needs, wants, likes, and dislikes; express opinions.