Sunday, October 16, 2016

IELTS Express Intermediate Second Edition Unit 5 Reading p.42-46

(Supplementary Materials for Specific Textbooks--IELTS Express Intermediate)

Treasure Hunt: drive, docs, pub
Treasure Hunt Feedback on PowerPoint: drive, slides, pub

1.  The Academic reading and General reading are the same.  TRUE or FALSE
2.  The Academic module will usually contain at least one passage organised as a _______________________ , while the readings in the General Training module are likely to be descriptive or instructive.
3.  Matching headings to paragraphs.  Which of these statements is true?

There are always more paragraphs than headings.
There are always more headings than paragraphs.
4.  Matching headings to paragraphs.  What should you look for in the headings?
5.  Multiple choice questions always follow the order of the information in the passage.  TRUE or FALSE
6.  There are two different types of multiple choice questions.  What is the difference between these two types?
7.  In the multiple choice questions, before you select an option, what should you make sure of?
8.  Matching headings to paragraphs.  You will need to use all the headings.  TRUE or FALSE.
9.  Reading a text can be like going to a new city—it can be difficult to find your way around.  A useful technique to help you navigate a text is to build what?
10.  Whichever type of map is used, it is essential to be clear about what in each paragraph?

Treasure Hunt  
The teacher has hidden 10 questions outside of the classroom.  See if you can find and answer the questions.  The first team to finish will get a prize.
All the questions come from pages 42, 43, 44, 45 and 46 of your textbook, so make sure you take your textbooks with you.  The answers to some questions may be the same.



3. _____________________________________________________________________________

4. _____________________________________________________________________________

5. _____________________________________________________________________________

6. _____________________________________________________________________________

7. _____________________________________________________________________________

8. _____________________________________________________________________________

9. _____________________________________________________________________________

10. _____________________________________________________________________________

1. False
2. logical argument
3.  There are always more headings than paragraphs.
4.  synonyms, paraphrases, and other related words
5.  True
6.  Questions with a single answer, and questions with multiple answers
7.  make sure that it actually answers the question
8.  False
9.  a map of the passage in your mind.
10.  the main idea

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