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IELTS – Purposeful and Meaningful Writing


Put pen to paper with confidence the next time you take the IELTS General Training Writing test with this 24-hour course designed to hone your ability to express yourself in writing. Whether you’re taking the Academic or the General Training Writing section, you’ll learn how to make the most out of each sentence and paragraph you write in way that perfectly suits your intended audience.

Online | 24 hours | Php250 per hour


16 sessions | 1.5 hours per session

By the end of the course, students will have:

  • Become thoroughly familiar with the particulars of the two IELTS Writing tasks
  • Gained an understanding of what’s expected of your answer for each task
  • Learned key answering strategies and practiced applying them when answering
  • Become more confident in their ability to communicate using written English
  • Received detailed feedback on areas for improvement
Students must:

  • Be able to speak, write, and understand intermediate-level English
  • Have decided whether they’re taking the General Training or Academic IELTS (course content will be tailored to the student’s objective)
  • Be receptive to feedback from their instructors
Students will:

  • Be provided with handouts, worksheets, and other materials in line with the learning objectives of each module
  • Assigned coursework that can be completed either on their own or during class with guidance from their instructor
  • Have regular, scheduled classes with their instructors for lectures, discussions, and feedback on their work


Answering Strategies

Module Nature

  1. Overview and Introduction to IELTS Writing
    • Lecture on test objectives and common challenges
    • Discussion on perceived weaknesses
    • Lecture on writing test format and task types
  2. Writing for Your Audience
    • Writing Activity – The Right Tone for Your Audience
    • Worksheet – Identifying Irrelevant Information
    • Writing Activity – Following an Outline
  3. Writing Strategies
    • Discussion on expounding on your ideas
    • Writing Activity – Cause-and-Effect Paragraphs
    • Writing Activity – Comparing and Contrasting
  4. Argument in Writing
    • Discussion on opinion vs. argument
    • Writing Activity – Supporting a Claim
    • Writing Activity – Arguing for Your Thesis Statement
  5. Writing Task Practice
    • Writing Activity – An Informal Letter / Explaining a Chart
    • Writing Activity – A Discursive Essay I
    • Writing Activity – A Discursive Essay II
Lectures + discussions
+ speaking activities


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