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Doing 4 Lectures on IELTS - Help, Input please

 
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PostPosted: Sun Sep 27, 2009 9:42 am    Post subject: Doing 4 Lectures on IELTS - Help, Input please Reply with quote

Hi there,

I am teaching English at a University in Shanghai and the faculty has asked me to give four 2-hour lectures on IELTS to a group of freshman students, one lecture for each section: Listening, Reading, Writing, and Speaking. They said it will be about 30 students (could be a bit more) and it sounds like I could have some discussion. I have no previous knowledge of what the IELTS is other than standardized testing around the world.

To lecture "on" IELTS, it seems a little odd to me, what should my goals be?

What resources do you recommend? I have searched this forum and found http://www.teacherjoe.us/StudyAbroad.html and http://www.aippg.com/ielts/ielts-downloads.htm Would this type of thing be useful for me?

How deep should I go with my teaching in each of the sections?

Thanks so much!

Charles
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