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Resources for Teachers Resources for Teachers Looking for the latest teaching videos, powerpoints, or just plain clipart? Wish to discuss the virtues of different Virtual Learning Environments, online tests, online lesson plans or educational software?

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Old 31-10-2014, 10:57 AM   #1 (permalink)
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IELTS resources - what do you use?

I've been IELTS examining for a while (five years), but have taken a sabbatical from the job as I was finding it tedious.

However I am prepping a group of students for upcoming tests (good loot). I managed to get the latest Cambridge book - The Official Cambridge Guide to IELTS (published this year), which is a well put-together book (for myself and them).

I also used to have loads of test topics and could remember the examiner script by heart. All that material was lost when my last PC crashed and I've since forgotten the script (to be used for mock tests).

Any suggestions on where to get additional material (topics, script)? Google seems to offer plenty of options but any specific links would be great.
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