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[Webinar Report] What are the Examiners Looking for in IELTS Speaking Tasks? – by Angga Kramadibrata

On the 11th of August 2020, Student Development of MSS collaborated with the British Council Indonesia Foundation in holding a webinar entitled “What are the Examiners Looking for in IELTS Speaking Tasks?”. This webinar was moderated by Jeihan Juniata, an undergraduate management student at the University of Indonesia and was led by our speaker, Angga Kramadibrata who is the academic manager of British Council Indonesia. Hereby is the summary of our webinar.


MOST IMPORTANT THINGS TO UNDERSTAND

  1. Tasks

  2. Assessment criteria

  3. Examiner’s role


Notes:

  • General training is exactly the same as the academic test.

  • In the computer-delivered IELTS, you’re going to be assessed offline face to face.

1. Tasks

· It takes 11-14 minutes for the speaking test

· The tasks consist of three parts

· In the first part of the speaking test, it will be about work and family

· Tasks 1 and 2 will be about concrete about personal life.

· Task 2 = 120 seconds

  • Part 1

  • The first part of the test lasts for 4-5 minutes

  • The topic will be about personal life and concrete about personal life

  • ANS