What Will I Learn in the Map Workshop?
This map workshop is intended for students who need to achieve 7+ in the IELTS Academic Writing Section and 70+ in the CAEL Speaking Section.
In this map workshop, we look at how to prepare a written response to the map in IELTS Academic writing task 1…
…and how to prepare a spoken response to the map in CAEL Speaking task 1.
You will learn:
* about formatting your response
* how to organize your response
* key techniques for a higher score
* common descriptive phrases & vocabulary
* how to give your response depth
This graph workshop is a one-hour class.
There are 3-6 people in the class.
This class uses an online zoom classroom and caters to both IELTS academic and CAEL students because the requirements are similar.
What is included?
After the class, each participant will receive:
* a written sample response pattern
* feedback on one response
* class notes
A Typical Map Question
The Map question asks you to summarize the changes you see in two maps. There are usually two maps with the first map showing the past, and the second map showing the present. Sometimes the first map shows the current situation, while the second map shows the proposed changes.
A typical map question looks like this:
The map below shows the development of a seaside village between 1995 and present.
Write a short report for a university lecturer describing the information shown below.