Road to IELTS started in 2006. Over 40m study sessions later, how do we know the program is really helping test takers get the band score they need?
There are two types of students – those who can study independently and those who can’t. Both need help when they arrive at university.
Andrew Stokes presents an ingenious technique for demystifying the CEFR. The idea, devised by Sean MacDonald of telc, is to compare it to cooking.
How do you get your students started on their IELTS journey? This post outlines a successful 45-minute orientation session.
Charlotte Kwok speaks to a secondary school teacher about her experience using Study Skills Success – summer use, graded participation and the challenges.
In this post, Andrew Stokes looks at the first two stages of matching test items to the CEFR – with an accompanying webinar clip and report.
Take a look at the five most important features of Clear Pronunciation 2.
In this post, Adam Forrester introduces three ideas for using Road to IELTS in class. Try these activities with your students to prepare them for the IELTS Speaking test.
Sieon Lau reports on a Road to IELTS upgrade that enables IELTS test takers to prepare for the increasingly popular IELTS on computer.
Language ability in academic versus real life settings can differ greatly. That's why the CEFR is the perfect tool to measure what students really 'can do'.