Timesaver for Exams: IELTS Grammar (5.5 - 7.5)

by Fiona Davis (author)

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Timesaver for Exams is a series of supplementary photocopiable materials for students preparing for the IELTS exams. They provide a rigorous yet motivating approach to exam preparation with a range of activities covering all aspects of the target exam, including tips on strategy and practice of exam task types.

Twenty ready-to-use grammar lessons for Upper-Intermediate and Advanced-level students aiming for scores of 6.0 and above in the IELTS Academic test. A rigorous resource practicing grammatical structures through a range of IELTS task types. An ideal accompaniment to any IELTS preparation coursebook. Level 5.5 – 7.5 (Upper Intermediate-Advanced CEF levels B2 – C1)

Product Details

Series

Timesaver for Exams

Format

Paperback

ISBN

9781407169750

Date published

December 1st, 2016

Other details

  • 80 pages

Condition

New

Reviews

  1. Emily Bray
    on 5 July 2017

    IELTS Grammar (timesaver)

    This is a useful book targeted at helping intermediate and advanced students iron out some common grammatical errors (e.g. countable and uncountable nouns, stative verbs, gerund vs infinitive). It assumes that the student already has a solid grasp of grammar, and as such is not a traditional 'course book', but rather a way for students to perfect their English before an exam (or go deeper into the grammar).

    It could be used in it's entirety (20 lessons) or the teacher could pick out specific topics relevant to their student/s. In my opinion it would be particularly useful as a homework or self-study resource, with students bringing any questions to the following lesson.

    The introduction also includes a quick overview of the IELTS exam which is useful for teachers new to the exam or those who want a quick reminder. There are also practice questions that enable students to practice in an exam like context.

    Overall, this is a very useful resource for both teachers and students, and focuses on common but preventable errors.

    4out of 5

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