Chapter 1 provides an overview of the test, information about test scores, an
introduction to the on-screen appearance of the different parts of the TOEFL iBT,
along with general test-taking suggestions
The book contains: (l) a general introduction to the types of pods, includ¬ing outlines for easy reference and fast viewing; (2) a component on punc¬tuation; and (3) real answers to real sample essay questions. In the third section, you will be given the essay question first.
This eBook gives you instruction, practice, and advice on strategies for perform¬ing well on the TOEFL iBT. Chapter 1 provides an overview of the test, information about test scores,
and an introduction to the on-screen appearance of the different parts of
the TOEFL iBT, along with general test-taking suggestions.
Units 21 and 22 give helpful tips on learning new vocabulary and how to use a dictionary. These units provide a very useful introduction to learning vocabulary, so it may be a good idea to look at these first.
Each of these contains an introduction to the topic and practice in planning answers to writing tasks. They also contain sample answers to the task with exercises based on them. When the exercises have been completed correctly, the answers should serve as models for your students when they do their own writing tasks.
In the introduction, you get the reader's attention and tell the reader what you are going to write about. You also give the reader any special information that guides the reader to the body of your essay. In the case of a TOEFL essay, the introduction should be one paragraph that contains four to five sentences.
With the introduction of the Computer-Based TOEFL, the opportunity to gain experience taking a computer-assisted model test has also become important to student confidence and success. In short, more and more teachers have begun to support the in¬clusion of a TOEFL preparation course in the ESL
When the class is working on Steps 2 and 3 have the students check each others essays to make sure there is a topic sentence in each paragraph and thai both the theme and all the supporting points are mentioned in the introduction.
After you have written your sentences, put them into a logical order. That is, arrange the order of sentences so that they relate to one another in a logical sequence. Then, decide which sentences should go into the introduction, the body, and the conclusion. You will probably find that you need more sentences.
'When the class is working on Steps 2 and 3, have the students check each others essays to make sure there is a topic sentence in each paragraph and that both the theme and all the supporting points arc mentioned in the introduction. Have the students check the conclusion to make sure the theme is summarized there.
The introduction paragraph is one of the most important paragraphs in the passage—it should give you a pretty good idea of what the author wants to accomplish. Let's look at it sentence by sentence and identify clues that will help us find the purpose.
You also give the reader any special information that guides the reader to the body of your essay. In the case of a TOEFL essay, the introduction should be one paragraph that contains four to five sentences. The body of the essay should be made up of one to three paragraphs that contain the ideas you want to communicate to the reader.
This book contains realistic tasks covering all parts of the JELTS test on photocoprable pages The tasks are preceded by a 'warm-up activity' called Introduction and followed by one or mnrp follow-up activities to provide you with a complete lesson which your students should find enjoyable, interesting and, above all useJul preparation for the IELTS test.
THIS CHAPTER explains the difference between claims of fact and claims of persuasion. You will learn how to write an effective thesis statement and integrate it into a powerful introduction. Then you will learn how to select information and present it to win your audience to your side.
Introduction Micronutrient deficiencies affect the majority of the population in Asia. Though somewhat lower than in other countries in the region, micronutrient deficiencies remain p r eva len t in Vie tna m. The prevalence of xerophthalmia, or clinical vitamin A deficiency (VAD), is now lower than the cut-off point established by the World Health Organization (WHO) to indicate a significant public health problem. However, the prevalence of sub-clinical VAD as measured by low serum retinol exceeds 10% for children under five and pregnant women.