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# IELTS Academic Writing Lesson 2

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### IELTS Academic Writing Lesson 2

1. 1. © 2016 SkimaTalk, Inc. SkimaTalk Official Course IELTS Academic Writing Lesson 2 : Task 1 – Bar Graph Analysis
2. 2. 2 Important! • Write down your answer to the question on the next page and send it to your teacher BEFORE the lesson. • You should send the answer to your teacher using the SkimaTalk Message feature (150-200 words). Homework
3. 3. 3 Task 1 – Bar Graph Analysis You should spend about 20 minutes on this task. • The graph below shows the number of male and female applicants to different university degree subjects in the year 2010. • Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant. Write at least 150 words.
4. 4. 4 Tips to Answer: Structure Paragraph 1: Start by introducing the graph – what is the general theme? Paragraph 2 and 3: Next, discuss the key features you can see. Write two paragraphs; one for each category - what are the most and least popular subjects by gender? What comparisons can you make between the two categories? Paragraph 4: Finally, summarise the information – what are the overall statistics for each subject? REMEMBER: Try not to repeat yourself; you can use the same words but try to put them in a different order each time.
5. 5. 5 Tips to Answer: Vocabulary Useful Phrases Example To receive…. The department received many applications for science studies. To apply (for/to)… Few students applied for arts-related subjects. Many students applied to the political science department. Significantly more/less than… There were significantly more applications for scientific subjects. In contrast…. In contrast to History of Art, there were few applications for Physics. REMEMBER: Bar graphs may show the rise and fall in a trend, like a line graph. Establish whether the graph shows a change over time before you start your answer.
6. 6. 6 End of Lesson We Hope You Enjoyed It!