IELTS Course ContentTo assess the English language proficiency of non-native English speakers

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Course Duration

30 Hrs

Novus Training Highlights:
– Highly qualified and experienced teaching staff
– Exclusive course material
– Ample practice sessions for all modules
– Limited number of students for personalized attention and guidance
– Flexible timings for working professional

IELTS Course Details of NOVUS EDUCATION:

Class Schedule Class Duration Topics Covered
1st Week + Mock Test 1.5 Hr. Daily Reading
2nd Week+ Mock Test 1.5 Hr. Daily Writing
3rd Week+ Mock Test 1.5 Hr. Daily Speaking
4th Week+ Mock Test 1.5 Hr. Daily Listening
3 Full Length Tests

 

 IELTS Training Course Content:
· PHASE 1 – unit preparation combining grammar, vocabulary and pronunciation skills, according to each of the papers contained in the IELTS exams.

· PHASE 2 – an in-depth unit preparation for general and focused vocabulary, according to each of the papers contained in the IELTS exams, and more precise exam preparation and skill development.

In order to cover all of the vocabulary areas required to enter the exam with confidence, we will be overlapping some of PHASE 2 into PHASE 1, depending on the combined needs of the individual/ group.

Overview of Lesson Plan Key Content Covered
Demo Step 1 15-20min An introduction to IELTS.
– Introducing the idea of the skills to be developed
– An outline and brief description of each the Vocabulary and Grammar areas to be covered
– Introduction of a systematic approach to building vocabulary
– Answering general questions from the student
IELTS introduction
– IELTS package orientation Introduction to IELTS OBJECTIVES (Cambridge University Press)
– Basic exam structure review including: o Listening o Reading o Writing o Speaking
– Differences between the General and Academic Papers
– The IELTS scoring scale · Overview of Vocabulary and Grammar to be covered
– Q & A opportunity for student
Class 1 (1.5 hrs.) Begin with Listening Assignment+ few listening tasks
Practice format: 1 topic in class and 1 as homework every day on Listening
Feedback and Introduction to Listening topic
Listening Dos and Don’ts
Information about the IELTS listening test, including explanations of question types
Advice on how to improve performance in the IELTS listening test
Student questions and corrections required
Class 2 to Class 6, days planned with the student (1.5hrs. each session) Format: Interactive activities, organized into twelve individual sets
Section 1
Here you will listen to a conversation between 2 people. The conversation is divided into 2 parts. You have to answer 10 questions based on what you hear. At the start of section 1 you will have an example read out to you and then explained. This is then repeated when the listening starts properly.
Section 2
Here you will hear a monologue though it may include a second speaker asking questions in order to stimulate the monologue. The monologue is divided into 2 parts. You have to answer 10 questions based on what you hear.
Section 3
Here you will listen to a conversation between 2, 3 or 4 people. The conversation is divided into 2 parts. You have to answer 10 questions based on what you hear.
Section 4
Here you will hear a monologue though it may include a second speaker asking questions in order to stimulate the monologue. The monologue is divided into 2 parts. You have to answer 10 questions based on what you hear.
Last class on Listening -Feedback and practice.
Class 7 (1.5hrs) Brief review of Listening Home Assignment+ few short writing tasks Practice format: 1 topic in class and 1 as homework every day on Writing Feedback and Introduction to Writing topic
Writing Dos and Don’ts Information about the IELTS writing test, including explanations of writing task types and strategies for best possible performance Student questions and corrections required
Class 8 to Class 12, days planned with the student (1.5hrs. each session) Set 1 task 1
Practice exercises for letters of introduction
Set 2 task 1
Practice exercises for letters giving advice
Set 2 task 2
Practice exercises for compositions discussing arguments for and against
Set 3 task 1
Practice exercises for letters of apology
Set 3 task 2
Practice exercises for compositions giving an opinion
Set 4 task 1
Practice exercises for letters of application
Set 4 task 2
Practice exercises for compositions discussing the causes of a problem and suggesting solutions
Set 7 task 1
Practice exercises for letters of apology
Set 7 task 2 Practice exercises for compositions giving an opinion
Set 8 task 1
Practice exercises for letters of application
Set 8 task 2
Practice exercises for compositions discussing the causes of a problem and suggesting solutions
Set 9 task 1
Revision exercises for Writing Task 1
Set 9 task 2
Revision exercises for Writing Task 2
Set 10
Practice exercises for a letter asking for information, and for a composition discussing arguments for and against
Set 11
Practice exercises for a letter of advice, and for a composition giving and justifying your opinio
Set 12
Practice exercises for a letter of praise, and for a composition discussing the causes of a problem and suggesting solutions
Class 13 (1.5hrs) Brief review of Writing Home Assignment+ few short Speaking tasks Practice format: 1 topic in class and 1 as homework every day on Speaking Feedback and Introduction to Speaking topic
Speaking Dos and Don’ts
Information about the IELTS speaking test, including explanations and tips on delivering the best possible performance.
Advice and tips on how to deal effectively with subjects about which you have insufficient knowledge Advice: Coping with nerves
IELTS experts provide advice on managing stress on test day.
Student questions and corrections required
Class 14 to Class 18, days planned with the student (1. 5hrs.each session) Set 1
Video clips and practice exercises for answering general questions about yourself in Phase 1 of the speaking test
Set 2
How to deal with questions about yourself in Phase 2; what to do when you do not have a ready answer; making notes on speaking topics
Set 3
Introduction and tips on Phase 3; video analysis of candidates’ performance in Phase 3
Set 4
Review of tenses to use when answering questions about yourself; video analysis of a candidate’s performance in Phase 1
Set 5
Advice and strategies on speaking fluently and confidently; video analysis of what to say when you are asked about a topic you do not know much about
Set 6
How to deal with Phase 2 speaking topics; responding effectively to follow-up questions; analysis of ways of stating reasons
Set 7
Preparing effectively for the speaking test; review of how examiners assess candidates; video analysis of how to talk extensively on a topic
Set 8
Strategies on giving reasons during the individual long turn in Phase 2; video analyses on candidates talking about social problems in their countries; comparative forms
Set 9
Techniques for making comparisons; phrases for speculating; video analyses of two candidates making speculations
Set 10
Effective strategies for speaking fluently in each phase of the speaking test; possible problems candidates are likely to face and how to avoid them
Set 11
Techniques for expanding on a topic; video analyses of candidates talking extensively on topics technological innovation
Set 12
Dos and don’ts in the speaking test; video analyses on two candidates talking
Class 19 (1.5hrs) Brief review of Speaking Home Assignment+ few short Reading tasks Practice format: 1 topic in class and 1 as homework every day on Reading Feedback and Introduction to Reading topic
Reading Dos and Don’ts
Information about the IELTS reading test, including explanations of question types Student questions and corrections required
Class 20 to Class 24, days planned with the student (1.5hrs. each session Set 1
Question types: Short answer questions
Table completion
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Set 2
Question types: Sentence completion
Matching
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Set 3
Question types: Multiple choice
Topic: Topic not disclosed here
Set 4
Question types: Form completion
Labelling a diagram
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Set 5
Question types: Form completion
Classification
Topic: Topic not disclosed here
Set 7 Question types: Table completion
Short answer questions
Labelling a diagram
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Set 6
Question types: Multiple selection
Summary completion
Topic: Topic not disclosed here
Set 8
Question types: Form completion
Multiple selection
Multiple choice
Sentence completion
Topic: Topic not disclosed here
Set 9
Question types: Form completion
Multiple choice
Classification
Summary completion
Topic: Topic not disclosed here
Set 10
Question types: Table completion
Form completion
Short answer questions
Sentence completion
Classification
Diagram completion
Topic: Topic not disclosed here
Set 11
Question types: Multiple choice
Sentence completion
Matching
Labelling a diagram
Topic: Topic not disclosed here
Set 12
Question types: Form completion
Multiple selection
Short answer questions
Sentence completion
Classification
Topic: Topic not disclosed here
Class 25 (3 hrs.) Mock Sessions Advice and closing brief to improve and work confidently

Note: 4 introduction sessions on each module + Learning on each module 5 session*4 = 20 + 1 summary Mock so total 25

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