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IELTS WRITING – ESSAY

TASK 2 IS ESSAY WRITING

TIME – 40 MINS

WORD LIMIT – 250 WORDS

COMMON FOR BOTH GENRAL & ACADEMIC

Calculation 
Task response – 25%

Coherence & cohesion – 25% 

Vocabulary – 25%

Grammar- 25%

Format to write

Introduction 

Body paragraphs A 

Body paragraphs b 

Conclusion

ESSAY QUESTIONS

Opinion ,

discussion-based question

Advantage/disadvantage based questions 

direct questions based question

Solutions based questions

Agree / disagree questions

Positive / negative

IELTS writing tests are evaluated across 4 dimensions when your band score is calculated:

  1. Task achievement – How well does the examinee address all aspects of the task with a fully developed position that includes fully extended and well-supported ideas?
  2. Coherence and cohesion –Is the candidate’s information and ideas organised logically? Is the essay as a whole cohesive?
  3. Lexical resource – To what extent does the examinee use a broad range of vocabulary correctly? Do they show sophistication in their use of lexical items?
  4. Grammatical range and accuracy – Does the examinee correctly employ a variety of grammatical structures?

SAMPLE ANSWERS

Doing an enjoyable activity with a child can develop better skills and more creativity than reading. To what extent do you agree? Use reasons and specific examples to explain your answer.

Parents all over the world spend time reading with their children to prepare them for school, where their literacy skills are further developed; however, recent research suggests that focusing on reading at a young age can be harmful and that engaging in fun activities would be far more beneficial. I am a strong supporter of this approach, and its advantages of will be discussed in this article.

One fundamental reason for this is that there is no biological age for learning to read, and forcing infants to learn this skill before they are ready may have negative consequences. For example, in the United Kingdom, many boys are reluctant readers, possibly because they were forced to read, which turned them off to reading. By concentrating on other activities and honing other skills such as creativity and imagination, we can

Furthermore, the significance of encouraging creativity and developing a child’s imagination must be recognised. Young children develop social and cognitive skills through play; for example, they are more likely to learn vocabulary through context rather than from a book.

.Reading is only encouraged if a child expresses an interest in learning to read. This self-directed approach ensures that Finnish school leavers do not lag behind their foreign counterparts. In fact, Finland was ranked sixth in the world in terms of reading ability.

Despite my support for this non-reading approach, I strongly believe that bedtime stories should be incorporated into a child’s daily routine. Reading as a regular daytime activity, on the other hand, should be replaced with something that allows the child to develop other skills.

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