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You can print this page to keep a clear record of which lessons you have completed and to make sure you are progressing logically through the course. There course has been divided into 5 blocks. It is recommended that you complete each block before moving on to the next. Block 1 Block 2 Block 3 Block 4 Block 5 Block One Skill Lesson Completed? Writing (Task l) Task I – the basics Task II – the basics Listening An introduction to the listening test Reading An introduction to the reading test Speaking An introduction to the speaking test VocabularyVocabulary – words with ‘A’ Vocabulary – words with ‘B’ and ‘C’ Practice test Practice test #1 Academic writing 1 The tenses Block Two Bar charts Line graphs Writing (Task II) – an introduction Analyzing the question Getting ideas and planning Form/summary/table/flowchart/notes completion questions Sentence completion Skimming, scanning and reading detail Headings style questions Short answer questions Part One – Giving information and explaining Part One – Describing Vocabulary – words with ‘D’ and ‘E’ Vocabulary – words with ‘F’ and ‘G’ Vocabulary – words with ‘H’ and ‘I’Practice test #2 Academic skills/grammar Linking words Academic writing 2 – punctuation Block Three Pie charts Tables Writing an introduction Paragraphing Multiple choice Sentence completion questions Labeling a diagram Part Two – Preparing notes Part Two – The long turn Vocabulary – words from J’ to ‘M’ – words with ‘N’ and ‘O’ Vocabulary – words with ‘P’ and ‘Q’ Practice test #3 Passive sentences Academic writing 3 – articles Block Four Processes Diagrams Presenting and supporting opinions Labeling a diagram, plan or map Matching and classifying Locating information in a paragraphPart Three – Responding in Part Three Part Three – Expressing opinions and analyzing Vocabulary – words with ‘N’ and ‘O’ Vocabulary – words with ‘R’ and ‘S’ Practice test #4 Modal verbs Academic writing 4 – complex sentences Block Five Writing a Task I essay Timing and editing your essay True / False / Not Given style questions Academic reading skills Part Three – Speculating and describing change Part Three – Comparisons, advantages and disadvantages Vocabulary – words with ‘T’ and ‘U’ Vocabulary – words with ‘W to ‘Z’ Vocabulary – all words Practice test #5 and #6 Academic skills Conditional sentences

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