IELTS Speaking Practice

CONNECT with LANGUAGE

Conversation Class: IELTS Speaking Practice

Please prepare the lesson before talking with your tutor

Warm –up!

Let’s have a quick 5 minute conversation:

Your ideas and hopes for the future (IELTS Speaking Test!)

(Warm -up) Revision Practice                            Read this passage out loud to your tutor

A report from the United Nations (UN) says the world needs another 69 million teachers by the year 2030. The UN agency UNESCO made a promise in 2015 that every child in the world is to receive a primary and secondary education within the next 14 years. The agency says a lot of work needs to be done to find the number of teachers for schools. The biggest numbers of teachers needed are in sub-Saharan Africa and southern Asia. UNESCO says there needs to be a huge effort to get the 69 million teachers. At the moment, UNESCO says there are “massive shortages” of teachers around the world. There are currently 263 million children who do not go to school. Around 25 million of these might never get an education.

I’ll ask you lots of questions in ………..

  1. Present tense
  2. Future tense
  3. Past tense
  4. Using ‘for’ and ‘since’
  5. Asking about likes and dislikes
  6. Asking for your opinion

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Main Activity: Please prepare this IELTS Speaking Test Practice

Part 1

Let’s talk about your education

Did you enjoy school?

What did you do after school?

How long have you been studying?

Which part of your studies did you enjoy the most? Why?

Now let’s talk about your free time

Do you spend a lot of free time with your friends?

Do you go out much in the evening?

Do you like sport? Why?

Tell me about the TV programmes and films that you like

 

Part 2 – Individual long turn

Candidate Task Card Describe something you own which is very important to you.

You should say:

where you got it from

how long you have had it

what you use it for

and explain why it is important to you.

 

Speaking sample task – Part 3

 Part 3 – Two-way discussion

Let’s consider first of all how people’s values have changed.

• What kind of things give status to people in your country?

 

• Have things changed since your parents’ time?

Finally, let’s talk about the role of advertising.

• Do you think advertising influences what people buy?

 

 

Plenary

What have you learnt this lesson?

What do you need to improve on before the next?

What do you think would be useful to do next lesson for you to progress further?

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