Student Enrollment Contract - Clearly IELTS Intermediate


The Canadian Institute for Blended Learning is designated by the Private Training Institutions Branch (PTIB). The Clearly IELTS Intermediate Program Does Not Require Approval and was not reviewed by PTIB

Student Information

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Program Information

Clearly IELTS Intermediate

Program Title

100 12 (max - self paced)    

Hours of Instruction During Contract Term 

Program Duration in Weeks 

Contract Start Date 

Contract End Date 

Program Delivery Method (select all that apply): 

□ In-Class     ☑ Distance     □ Combined

Language of Instruction: 

English

 

Students are granted access to the online classroom and associated learning resources for a period of 3 months from the date of receipt of the username and password, or, until the course has been completed.

Accessing the course: Upon receipt of the course fees, a username and password will be sent to the email provided within 2 business days. If you do not receive your username and password please email admissions@ciblonline.ca.

This course is self-paced. You can complete the activities in any order that you like. You can also choose to focus on the activities that cover the subject areas that you need to practice, as completion of all items is not required.

 

Program Outline

Learning Objectives

By the end of this program, students will: 

  • Practice and learn how to correctly respond to every essay and letter question type used on the IELTS exam.
  • Practice and understand how to approach every task type on the listening and reading sections  used on the IELTS exam.
  • Improve their use of advanced vocabulary related to common IELTS themes.
  • Improve their use of advanced grammar features in order to vary tense and sentence structure and convey precise meaning.
  • Complete a mock exam and numerous practice activities under realistic exam conditions.

 

Unit 1: Communication 

  • Exam tasks: Y/N/NG, short answer.
  • Langauge: Passive voice.

Unit 2: A Healthy Diet

  • Exam tasks: Speaking introduction, note completion , writing task 1, pro/con essay.
  • Langauge: prepositions, comparatives-superlatives, adverbs of degree.

Unit 3: Attractions

  • Exam tasks: Writing task 1, problem/solution essay, two-way discussion, individual long turn.
  • Language: cause-purpose-result phrases, adjectives ending in -ed and -ing , word stress, using synonyms.

Unit 4: Education

  • Exam tasks: Multiple choice, individual long turn.
  • Language: Present tense.

Unit 5: History

  • Exam tasks: Individual long turn, essays, map completion.
  • Language: International phonetic alphabet, past tense, simple past vs. present perfect.

Unit 6: Work

  • Exam tasks: Flow chart, Two way discussion, individual long turn, letter and essay writing.
  • Language: Colloquial language, future tense, future intentions.

Unit 7: Advertising

  • Exam tasks: Matching headings, letter and essay writing, matching, individual long turn.
  • Language: stress, rhythm, and pausing, relative clauses.

Unit 8: Leisure

  • Exam tasks: Table completion, sentence completion, letter introduction and interview.
  • Language: Future plans, sentence structure, punctuation, vowel length.

Unit 9: Environment

  • Exam tasks: Summary completion, problem/solution essay, note completion, table completion.
  • Language: Referencing, countable/uncountable nouns.

Unit 10: Accomodaton

  • Exam tasks: Form completion, individual long term, agree/disagree essay.
  • Language: Gerunds vs. infinitives, prefixes/suffixes.

Unit 11: Animals and Nature

  • Exam tasks: Fill in the blank, discussion and advantage/disadvantage essay.
  • Language: subordinating conjunctions, compound nouns, articles, spelling.

Unit 12: Sports

  • Exam tasks: Table completion, letter writing, matching features, two way discussion.
  • Language: Play, do, and go, modals of advice.

Unit 13: Making Decisions

  • Exam tasks: Matching information, two way discussion, essay and letter writing.
  • Language: Adverb-adjective collocations, conditionals.

Unit 14: Colour

  • Exam tasks: Two part essay, gap-fill, writing and listening practice test.
  • Language: Linking words, confusing words, adverbs of comment.

Unit 15: Social Interaction

  • Exam tasks: Reading and writing section practice test, letter writing.
  • Language: Collocations with big, large, and great, modals of possibility.

Unit 16: Books and Language

  • Exam tasks: Matching features, T/F/NG, individual long turn.
  • Language: Non-finite clauses, noun phrases, final consonants.

Unit 17: Sleep and Health

  • Exam tasks: Matching sentence endings, speaking and writing review.
  • Language: Collocations with time, modals of obligations/prohibition.

Unit 18: Tourism

  • Exam tasks: Individual long turn, opinion essay.
  • Language: Phrasal verbs, stress of separated phrasal verbs with pronouns.

Unit 19: Technology and Transportation

  • Exam tasks: Diagram labelling, essay themes.
  • Language: Rhythm, indirect speech, unreal present and future.

Unit 20: Immigration

  • Exam tasks: Speaking and writing review.
  • Language: grammar summary , noun clauses, positions of adverbs.
Complete Mock Exam  

 

Technology Requirements 

PC – Pentium III 600 MHz processor or faster, 256 MB RAM or greater (512 MB recommended), Windows XP/Vista/Win7 MAC- Intel x 86 based processor, 512 MB RAM or greater (1 GB recommended), Mac – OS-X 10.5 (Leopard) or 10.6 (Snow Leopard); Google Chrome Browser; Speakers or Headphones; Microphone; Camera or Smartphone to take digital photos; Reliable and unrestricted internet connection; comfortable using the internet.
*Much of the course content can be accessed via the Moodle App (iOS and Andriod); however students should have access to a laptop or desktop for the best learning experience.
Refunds are not available to students who are unable to meet technology requirements.

 

Program Costs

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Refund Policy

Refunds are typically not available and never granted after 24 hours of receiving your login information. However, if you feel that the course was not as represented in this agreement and can provide reasonable proof, please email admissions@ciblonline.ca. A $300 administrative fee will be deducted from any refunds granted.
We do not guarantee that candidates will achieve certain scores or levels of improvement.
Refunds are granted solely at the discretion of the Institute.

 

Private Training Institutions Branch

The program listed in this student enrolment contract does not require approval by the Private Training Institutions Branch of the Ministry of Advanced Education and Skills Training. As such, PTIB did not review this program.

Students may not file a claim against the Student Tuition Protection Fund in relation to this program.

This institution is certified by the Private Training Institutions Branch (PTIB). For more information about PTIB, go to www.privatetraininginstitutions.gov.bc.ca.

 

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