To read about working here, see Teaching English in the USA.
To read about working here, see Teaching English in the United Kingdom.
Vocabulary is the number of words you know. Learners have an Active Vocabulary which are the words they use when they speak or write; they also have a Passive Vocabulary which are the words they may well understand but do not actively use.
For more, see Vocabulary and TEFL.
Students learning English are often described as Beginners, Intermediate or Advanced. Roughly speaking this is their level, i.e. how much English they know, how well they can speak and understand and so on.
For more, see Learner Levels in TEFL.
IELTS stands for the International English Language Testing System and is a test to see how well a learner speaks English. It is generally taken by students studying British English.
For more, see IELTS.
This book introduces
It covers essential exam skills and language for IELTS in approximately 60 hours of teaching time, and familiarises students quickly with the exam. The course covers both the Academic and General Training modules. It provides students with invaluable advice on how to maximise their band score in the exam. Shorter, achievable exam-type tasks build students' exam skills, before students try the more challenging tasks at authentic test level.
The test practice sections at the end of each unit together constitute a whole sample IELTS test. The ‘With answers' edition contains a full answer key and information on the exam, making it ideal for students preparing independently. For students with more time, the pocket-sized Personal Study Book provides extra vocabulary, grammar and writing practice. The Self-study Pack contains the Self-study Student's Book and Audio CDs (2).
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Amazon UK – Step Up to IELTS (Teacher’s Book)
Amazon USA – Step Up to IELTS (Teacher’s Book)