IELTS Academic Writing Task One games/ worksheets

Updated 18 September 2016

Related pages

Comparing/ contrasting page

IELTS Academic Writing main page (including comparing the two parts of the test)

Worksheets for all kinds of IELTS Academic Writing Part One task

Compare the IELTS Writing Part One answers (students compare their own or model answers, with lots of useful comparing language for the exam)

Rephrasing in IELTS Academic Writing Task one

IELTS Writing process and process tasks (talking about how to plan and write IELTS task one in general, then linking that to language for process tasks)

Compare and contrast your writing (with a huge review of comparing/ contrasting language)

Similarities and differences between different IELTS Part One tasks

IELTS Writing Part One tips and useful phrases

Brainstorming useful phrases for IELTS Writing Part One

IELTS comparing and contrasting (speaking lesson, but very useful for Writing Part One)

IELTS Speaking comparing and contrasting questions (ditto)

IELTS Academic exam overview – comparing and contrasting practice (exam overview, but ditto)

IELTS Academic Writing Part One Process tasks games/ worksheets

IELTS process task index page

IELTS Academic Writing Part One map tasks games/ worksheets

IELTS map tasks error correction

Describing maps and directions The same or different (needs a bit of editing down to be more focussed on things which are likely to be useful in the exam)

Changes in Stokeford maps IELTS exam task – NEW LINK

Tourist facilities maps IELTS exam task – NEW LINK

Supermarket in Garlsdon maps IELTS exam task – NEW LINK

Changes in Chorleywood village maps IELTS exam task – NEW LINK

IELTS Academic Writing Part One line graph tasks games/ worksheets

Trends and comparing contrasting

Useful phrases for IELTS line graph tasks

IELTS nature vocabulary trends

IELTS Writing Part One- describing line graphs (my lesson on Onestopenglish)

IELTS education vocabulary and trends and Version 2

Colours and trends (for Objective IELTS Intermediate)

Trends language page

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