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This is a plan of what will go through in the class, so Jonathan and I
will tell you more of our experience, we will also go through questions and
answers that you have in the poll.
Jonathan will go through many different IELTS speaking tips and strategies that
he's
developed over the last eight years of teaching students just like yourself;
we will also cover all parts of the IELTS speaking exam which is part 1,
part 2 and part 3.
The second part of today's class will also go through how to really
take your IELTS speaking preparations to the next level, you really do not
want to miss this,
then we will have after the hour class which will be
a question and answer session where you can ask all the questions you ever wanted to ask us.
We are really excited that to say all of the people who give questions today will
receive a free gift and we'll let you know what that is later on and then we will go through
a review of what we have learnt today.
Okay so it's really important you participate and you get involved in what
Jonathan and I are talking about today,
the more you give to the class you more you get out of the class.
We want you to feel at the end of the class that you have
learned a lot and that you have received a lot of value
so please use the chat box on the right hand side to ask us any questions.
The first question we want to ask you is what score do you need to
get on the IELTS exam?
So if you scroll all the way to the bottom,
you can see the question and the answers;
band 5, band 6, band 6.5, band 7, band 7.5 or band 8,
please make your choices now, we want everyone to participate now.
We have only had 10 people answer this question and
we have 40 people in the class,
so we would love for you to tell us what balance call you need for islands all
so scroll down and choose what level you need for the exam.
We have 4 people who need a 7.5, 4 people who need a band 7,
1 person who needs a 6.5 and one person who needs a band 6.
This poll really tells us a lot about who you are and how we can make sure you get
the most value from the class today.
So I’ll introduce myself, my name is Alex and I'm the director of Swoosh English
and we have been operating for three years.
I have 6 years of
teaching experience in Hong Kong I have taught;
IELTS, general English, small children, big children, adults, old people, young people,
small classes, big classes and everything classes, everything you can name to do
with English.
Hi there, my name is Jonathan, I’m 40 years old
and I have a lot of life experience as well as teaching experience.
I have been teaching IELTS now for over 8 years, beforehand
I was in business management and held a management position
which is good for the other side of English.
I have taught and lived in many places and these include Indonesia, China and Poland.
I specialise in one-to-one and group classes.
I have taught all ages and all levels.
The best thing about my experience is when we get a first class together especially on a one-to-one
basis we can have a discussion to see where we go from here
so I can specially plan classes to suit you.
Tips for success – you have to know a few things before you can get that 6.5
or 7 or above,
now most of you have a very good ability
and think you have the ability to get this mark.
The first thing we need to know is the structure of the exam
and we can do this by finding out how the test is scored,
if you don’t know how it is scored then you could have a near native ability in
English but if you’re not answering questions correctly
or you’re topic is wrong then the examiner
cannot possibly give you those high marks,
this is why it is important to know the structure of the exam.
Firstly, we need to speak naturally
so do not put on an accent,
I’ve heard many examples of students putting on accents in their exam
and it does help or relax the student
and you need to be relaxed, you will also miss out
because you are not telling the examiner about yourself, you are not
exerting all your abilities to the examiner. Fluency is the key here,
concentrate on the fluency of your own accent
and the way you naturally speak English. Students; please remember
fluency is 25% of the IELTS speaking examination
and you can only get through this with IELTS speaking partners,
teachers, native teachers .
Following on what Alex said about
fluency being 25% of the IELTS exam,
vocabulary will be
another 25%,
your grammar range and accuracy will be another 25% and
finally your pronunciation will be another 25%,
it is important you focus on all four areas equally.
In general, we are saying speak as much as possible,
this is especially true in part 2 where we know that you have to speak for
under 2 minutes, if you don’t know that’s how long
you are expected to talk on a given topic.
It is important you know when to extend answers,
this is important in parts 2 and 3
but it’s not important in part 1 because you may lose marks if you are talking for
2 minutes on 1 question in part 1 and then the examiner cannot give you
any other questions
because they are also working within a time limit.
Can anybody tell me how to answer Part 1?
How do you think or how have you answered questions to part 1 in the past that you think are good?
So one of you answered;
as short as possible but still include the main information; now this is a good tip
because you know you’re going to be asked 5 or 6 questions in part 1,
now you only have 3 or 4 minutes to answer them all
so try and keep your answers short and sweet.
For example they might ask; where is your hometown?
They are only asking where is it they are not asking about it or who lives there
because they will make them the following questions of 2,3,4,5
so if you answer them all in question 1,
you will have to answer them again in the following questions.
So keep it limited and straight the point.
Now it seems more people are worried about part 2 and part 3, this doesn’t mean that you should be less worried about
part 1 because it’s still important;
please don’t expect
that you’ll be excellent at it and that you’ll immediately know how to do it,
we will still go through part 1 but the main point is to watch the length
and timing of your answers.
Part 1 in detail – Here we’ll be seeing how to answer the questions given to you by the examiner,
there will be 5 or 6 questions so you need to
answer directly and straight to the point, some of my students say they will
rely on time and some on the length of the sentences, I would say give
3 or 4 sentence answers for each question.
Now there are many different topics that will come up,
these will include things like your hometown, your friends, family
or what you enjoy doing.
However, in preparation we will go through many different topics
that will most likely come up in the exam.
How many topics that come up will range between
8 -15 but in the preparation we will
go through all of them.
The main thing is to keep it direct and
to the point
however making sure you answer the question.
Another excellent tip is to ask
when you are not sure about a question or anything else in the exam, you could ask your examiner or your tutor,
you will not learn anything if you do not understand the question
or how to answer it
so please don’t be worried about clarifying the question,
just make sure you know what’s being asked
as you cannot expect to answer the question if you do not understand what
the examiner is asking you. Try to make it clear in your head that you know what you are being asked and how to answer it.
Talking about opinions – It’s very likely that you
will be asked in one form or another to agree or disagree with
something or what you like or dislike to do.
It is good to use connecting words
such as I like/I don’t like,
there are also linking words
such as I think/I agree/I disagree.
As well as this coming across as good to use with the examiner,
it also gives you a split second to think a little more about
what you’re going to say.
Using descriptive words- Within the exam, you will be asked to describe something,
normally these would be adjectives,
if you were describing a person they may be; short, fat, thin,
they may have blonde hair or brunette hair.
It’s possible that if you were describing a place it might be beautiful,
it might also be fantastic or good,
try to use uncommon words to give you an advantage.
Understanding the question –
it is very important that you understand the question,
please don’t answer a question if you
don’t understand it and you may also be asked to provide your opinion on a topic or to agree or disagree with something,
some questions may even ask you to put in both sides
of the argument which is important.
Stay on topic-
it is important you stay on topic as you can lose marks
if you go off topic or if you provide
an incomplete answer.
If you do not understand the topic then simply ask the examiner to repeat the question.
Time management –
Part 3 is normally a follow on from part 2
and the examiner will usually ask you follow up questions from the topic in part 2
which could range from an opinion to a description.
For part 3, you will get 3-4- minutes to answer.
Part 2 in detail – Mistakes come from going off topic
or worrying about the question and
over talking about the topic or
not talking enough;
this is why it is important to have your time management sorted.
Part 3 in detail –
The topics included will usually be a follow on from part 2
however, the examiner may go into more detail about by asking you further questions
or asking you about a similar topic so both parts will be on a similar.
Moving on to how you should answer,
sometimes the examiner may ask you occasional questions
or you could ask the examiner questions
to further the discussion of the topic.
Extending your answer- Instead of just saying simply things about the topic,
it is good to talk around your answer
i.e. why you like something or how you do something etc.
Part 2 will be split into sub questions
which makes it easier to talk between sections about the entire topic,
it is a good idea to write what, where, when down on your paper to help you answer the question correctly.
How to answer when you don’t know the subject –
For example, I had a student who had to explain a building they didn’t know
and they completed this question
by using descriptive skills to identify the building.
It is important to use these descriptive skills such as adjectives
Show the examiner your ability –
Your tutor knows your ability
but the examiner doesn’t and you only have 30 minutes to show the examiner how good
you are and how fluent you are, and also to show them
your vocabulary, connecting words etc.
It’s good to use uncommon words and uncommon phrases
to stand out more to the examiner
however, do not overdo it with words
you don’t fully understand
as it’s important to focus on your fluency.
Part 1 worries – The timings and how to answer questions;
it’s good to keep it direct and
straight the point and to answer in 3-4 sentences
to keep it straight forward and relevant.
Part 2 worries - The timings and how to extend your answers;
it’s good to talk about the topic
as much as you can within the time limit
and talk between the sub-questions
to keep them related.
Part 3 worries –
Part 3 is a follow on from topic 2 which will allow you to have a discussion
with the examiner about the topic in more detail which is good.
ok so that's it some examples of suitable worries
How to take your IELTS learning to the next level?
It’s important to have a native IELTS teacher
to help you with your learning and
to help you get to a higher band;
it’s also better to have a partner or teacher to help you practice.
English IELTS speaking preparation course package;
Features – Interactive 8 X 1 hour
speaking preparation group classes – with question and answer session (Value: $280).
We will be providing 2 lessons
per week for a month,
the great thing is that they will be live and you will get a recording
if you cannot make the live session,
we usually charge around $280 so the value for this is
very high.
Lessons 1 and 2- You will get to know more about me
ok so and i will ask questions about what specific was doing my students have
and we can discuss what worries you have
and how to overcome them, we will
go through general speaking practice and go
through techniques to help you.
Lessons 3 and 4-
We will be concentrating on phrases and collocations.
Lesson 5 and 6- How to overcome past common problems,
we will also go through parts 2 and 3.
Lesson 7- We will go through model answers.
Lesson 8 – A review of
all previous lessons beforehand with interaction and input from all you guys,
we can answer any questions and
talk about being helped or helping other people.
Free Bonus: One-to-One IELTS mock examination with an ex-IELTS examiner from the UK
which includes detailed written and audio feedback
in a MP3 file ($50 USD) the examiner
has a minimum 3-4 years of experience
as an IELTS examiner and
will give you a typical 14-15 min mock exam and
will provide you with feedback on how to improve.
Free Bonus: A collection of band 8 speaking sample exercises which include sample answers and how you can model yourself on them.
answers and how you can model yourself on them and we also gave you
“Students have said how beneficial the eBooks have been in their speaking examination.”
There is an early bird price for you lucky people who want to purchase the course package,
we are offering it at $99USD,
usually it is valued at $280USD
which we will be charging for in the next month,
the early bird price is offered to all of you who purchase it during this session.
Questions –
Is it possible that they won’t like my point of view and how can this affect my score?
Of course they have their own opinions but they are professional people
and it’s not important if they agree with you or not,
so please just say what’s natural to you,
if you go into a room with 50 people 25 people may agree with you and 25 people
may not agree with you. The examiners are very professional people,
they won’t let you know their point of view, that is not their job,
their job is too practice and focus on your fluency, your pronunciation,
your use of vocabulary and grammar.
What is the tip for people who have a stammer?
For people who have a stammer,
they will usually have their own relaxation methods. I understand this can be
very very difficult,
in fact I don’t understand because I don’t have one
but the examiners have that built into them
so you will not be marked down for having that stammer
because it’s part of your speech so try to relax yourself with all the tips
you have been given by your doctor or family.
Please could you give an idea of a good starter for speaking?
If you’re on part 2, you could paraphrase which would allow you
to repeat the question back to the examiner
but not using the exact same words for example, if they say where is
your hometown? You say my hometown is in... Etc.
This allows you to ensure that when you have finished the question
you know
you have done so correctly.
I have a physiological problem in my native language, so how can I not have this problem in English?
I asked a student of mine
when he was translating in his head to
not think in his native language then translate to English,
in my experience it has worked for students
by not thinking in their native language before answering the question.
Is this the only class you do or are you doing any weekly classes?
To be honest, I’m not sure at the moment, it depends on the feedback
me and Jonathan receive back from this session,
we aren’t sure at the moment as we will be quite busy with our students who sign up for the IELTS speaking preparation course.
Are there any books required for this class?
No we prepare all the materials with our team of
IELTS speaking teachers, so Jonathan will be our teacher but we have a team of teachers
who put all our content together.
Remember that this isn’t all theory, its practice too
and we will be using all our combined experience with other teachers,
we are all getting together to give you
all our best material to create the best package.
How can you book the IELTS speaking preparation course?
Go to swooshenglish.com/ielts-speaking-preparation-course
I met an examiner who had a poker face
what should i do some examine is a nice smiling and don't shake your heart and
I met an examiner who had a poker face,
what should I do?
Ignore them, it’s about what you do and how you speak
the examiners are not there to make friends with you,
they are there to focus on your speaking.
This is why it important to prepare well and to structure your questions.
Will the speaking be recorded?
Yes, all 8 classes will be live
and be recorded so you can watch them back anytime you like,
each of the 8 classes
we do with Jonathan will be 1 hour long and will also leave time for questions
and for you to be able to speak,
it’s a very intense, supportive group
questions you want to remember you'll have eight men around about 10 hours
of IELTS speaking preparation videos you can watch back whenever you like.
Are the IETLS examinations recorded?
I don’t think it is but I will check on that
I'll put it on the aisles facebook page sometime today or tomorrow okay
and get back to you through the IELTS Facebook group
which is a free group that you can access,
this group can give you support and
other fellow students can also help you.
The Facebook page is
facebook.com/swooshenglish.
How do you know when to speak about similarities or to make a comparison,
some of the questions from the examiner are not so clear about this?
It is very common that when you are asked to agree or disagree,
the way the question is worded and the way you read it will help you decide whether
to give your agreement or disagreement.
For example; if they say to what extent do you agree or disagree, then you have to
agree or disagree with it because they are asking you, they are saying
to what extent do you agree or to what extent do you disagree?
With that I would give my views on agreeing or disagreeing but
then I would give examples of the other side as well,
some questions are clearer than that,
some ask do you agree with this or that
and you are looking at the sentence structure and
the words using context and how you have to answer that.
How do you answer in the cue card section and how do you answer that part successfully and make the most of it?
You put yourself into that topic, most of the topics
you will have gone through during classes
but you should have some sort of knowledge of
that topic;
the examiners are not trying to trick you they are simply trying to know your skills.
In doing so, when you see the cue card
you start thinking along that topic and you start thinking about the who, the what and the why
and you start to put words to together for that topic and think about how you can
answer them before you get started; You then read the question
given to you and specifically do notes for that particular cue card.
fantastic so what people are asking what is the URL that they can sign up for the
out speaking course the preparation course
so what I'm going to do is run to the URL inside the message box so you can
see solutions.com or / mile hike and speaking - preparation - calls
remember that you get eight classes with Jonathan that live and recorded now all
the question and answer sessions
lots of opportunities to speak you get a free bonuses if you sign up today before
the end of this class you get them
the IELTS speaking at ebook tips all books with
the combined total of the runabout hundred pages of content
ok you also get the market examination with our islands and examine our experts
examina I he's not many years experience of working for aisles and can give you a
really accurate representation of what the real exam will be like you get
written feedback
so Jonathan do you get written an audio feedback from the examiner in the real
IELTS examination
you don't know you don't know nothing you get nothing from the the islands
official you know I get a mile it says right you got this you got that you guys
are worried or whatever sort out so I in the message box please say that you
agree
when you do the examination and please tell us when you leave the examination
are you puzzled are you confused did you do well did you not do well because they
examine it doesn't give you that feedback so please if you if you agree
with this please say yes please say yes in the chat box now and we can see I
think Jonathan is agreeing with that
mmm so in the more in that mark examination that we are given as part of
which includes detailed written and audio feedback
in a MP3 file ($50 USD) the examiner
excellent i'm glad i'm glad that we got to answer them all
excellent that's very very good as a brilliant some brilliant questions well
done
good thinking and some very clever ones and some uncommon one side around very
good actually
we've got one more question from their active Alaska you say I have a connect
speaking time with usually give me some evaluation so if you're talking about a
on line 121 speaking classes we
Jonathan are any of our teachers and maybe Jonathan you active elestra a
couple of more details about what you would cover in an IELTS speaking class
with him or any part of the IELTS okay with where the one to one class it's a
bit different but it's more specific so then we would
I would find out entirely what it is that you're worried about or what I
think that you need to improve on so the first class would be very very general
then I would specify the next few lessons that we're doing and I would say
we will be doing this because you are speaking here and you should have said
this or you may need to say that so we go through it together it's a two-way
thing and then we will learn together and then and it's specifically for you
these lessons are so if you're not sure about whether they're the online classes
are for you you can take a trial class with those which is just 12 USD
something percent refundable if you know you don't like it at the end of it we
never had anyone asking for a refund of the trial class but if you know there's
no risk to try said he wanted to try with one of our teachers going to switch
to English . com
you can find all the information there please let us know if you like today's
class
there's no in the message box you whether you liked today's class if you
tell you whether you liked it when you didn't like it
how can it be improved ok let us know if you want us to do this kind of thing
again
ok please let us know and apart from that Jonathan and we will look forward
I've seen there's been a few people who really had seven people who signed up so
far today
well speaking calls and congratulations to you so there you go to you
thank you Alex well then massive action has been taken on your part to really go
or I'll success
remember it takes a lot of action ok so is the other question that someone had
is is the course package available this weekend if i decide not to buy it now
yes it is the balls is all
be there afterwards what is available until sunday evening midnight UK time
ok you can still get lots and lots of value
ok if you ask me really nicely maybe I i will be able to throw in more than one
of the ebooks as a bonus
well it takes a lot of action guys and if you are serious about your IELTS and
you're not one of those people who's doing the examination again and again
and again remember cost 250 USP to do the aisles examination wherever you are
in the world is the same price
so don't be the girl who does things I was examination six times and because
that's a lot of money as 1500 USD
ok just to do just to do this
the out exam again and again ok you can you can go ahead and a 99 USB with those
which is the early bird price that you get all this content the eight classes
with Jonathan lock examination all the evils all the downloadable sheets
it's just yours been painted and USD and you can be part of our I'll speaking
community but apart from that pleasure to have Jonathan on the class and that
and thanks very much everyone for joining
if you liked their class today so sell myself thank you very much it was
helpful
some was one of our I want one students and that we look forward to seeing her
do well in her next examination
make sure you go along to our Facebook page of a group at which is which I put
in the message box before so please join us in there and any comments about today
feel free to let us know what from Jonathan and myself have a very good
rest of your of your weekend
yeah
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火箭英語:如何在IELTS獲取等級8! (Swoosh English Class: How To Get a Band 8 Score In Your IELTS Speaking Examination)

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