Category Archives: Tips & Help

[心得] 弱底強拚三個月雅思5.5-7 + Andrew作文班

Hi 我是LUKE 首先附上人權 : L>8.5 R>7 W>6 S>6.5 我不知道為什麼這次作文會掉下去因為平常都是6.5的,印度人真的是hen嚴格,但是過了 我也不打算再複查,終於要出國,一路上要感謝的人太多,在此回饋一下版上,也希望版 上的大家都能金榜題名如願上自己喜歡的學校。 …

(35 of 50) CLT & Taiwan: Fake/Not-Real Teacher of IELTS/English: 3rd, 4th, and 5th Sign

  Hi everyone. Due to the beginning of the new teaching term, I was busy, and put a few other posts here, but now it’s time to continue the series about CLT and Taiwan. We are up to Post 35, which continues to look at that murky and fraudulent world of ‘magic IELTS’ teachers. There’s more of them coming all the time, so for your own benefit, you really need to know and read the signs.   Six Signs of a Fake/Not-Real Teacher of IELTS/English: 3rd, 4th, and 5th Sign …

[心得] 一個月雅思一戰7心得和推薦

作者eatcakes1 (惦念) 看板IELTS 標題[心得] 一個月一戰7心得和推薦 時間Fri May 25 20:05:50 2018 借用先進們的格式,文長。 考試目的:歐陸留學 英文程度:學測英文14 英聽B、A 大學畢 準備時間:2018.3/26-5/4 考試成績:Overall 7.0 聽 6.5/讀 7.0/ 寫 6.0/ 說 7.5 …

The Saturday IELTS Class finishes // Next Saturday, it starts again (May 26th)

Well, let’s have a little break in this ‘CLT & Taiwan’ series of posts (currently looking at fraud teachers, which is quite sad, but necessary to do). Let’s instead give something happier and more uplifting. My Saturday IELTS class just finished, and here’s the class photo from the last day. It was great teaching them all, and let’s hope for good things in the future for everyone, right. Wow, this is a far happier theme, right? [But, I’ll need to finish that other ‘CLT & Taiwan’ theme, since you as consumers need to know the truth]. That’s the great thing about being a teacher: you can help people in their lives, and feel so good about yourself in doing so. Trust me, it’s a great feeling, and it’s one of the reasons I try so hard. …

(32 of 50): CLT & Taiwan: About Fake/Not-Real Teachers of IELTS/English: 1st Sign

  (32 of 50) MODERN LANGUAGE TEACHING (CLT) & TAIWAN: WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT IT About Fake/Not-Real Teachers of IELTS/English: 1st Sign In Posts 26 and 27, I outlined the ‘modus operandi’ (= method of committing a crime) that ‘fake teachers’ can use. Then I explained why you should not automatically ‘respect’ someone who claims authority in IELTS, but instead ask for evidence and proof of all claims. But I also accepted the fact that, in this culture, people are reluctant to ask their teacher for proof of their credentials. Hmmm. That’s a problem. …

IELTS Sunday Courses has finished // Here’s the photo // Everything finishing now, but AIS Term 4 starts this coming Sunday/Monday

  Hi everyone Sorry about the long delay in putting on a new post. AIS Term 3 had filled up, which meant 12+12+12+12+12 students, and each one with Writing Task Ones and Twos which needed correction most lessons. In addition, I have had to go to my publisher to discuss the new IELTS Listening Book, and work on that also. Well, last weekend the IELTS Integrated Skills Sunday Course finished, and here’s the class photo. Tomorrow, the IELTS Reading & Speaking will finish, and on Friday so too will the IELTS Writing & Listening classes, so there’s a lot of photos coming in the next few days. It is my habit to put them on pixnet, so that you can see the real thing. …