Video: Speaking Part 3 Trick- How to Use Headlines!

Today you’ll learn a high-scoring IELTS Speaking Part 3 trick about using the headlines to support your opinions.ielts speaking part 3 trick use headlines

On IELTS Speaking Part 3, many students are worried about how to effectively support their opinions and reasons.

You know you must provide specific examples, but what examples should you give?

Describing personal examples is always an option, as these can be easy to think of. Also, when we describe a personal memory, our pronunciation tends to be more expressive.

However, you can’t use personal examples in every answer!

Do you want to appear more mature and more informed than other students? Use real stories and examples that you have read or seen in the news. This DEFINITELY impresses the IELTS examiner!

 

 

Of course, in order to do this, you need to be living the culture of thinking. Read the newspaper, watch news on TV, and listen to talk radio.

As you watch today, write down the opinion phrases that I use instead of “I think”, high-level vocabulary, and specific examples I offer.

Question 1: Why are national celebrations important?

I say:

I feel that…

 

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Support:
Celebrations like the Fourth of July help people recognize their common history, which is vital today, due to the divisive reality among the right and left-wing American citizens. This truth can be seen in many headlines about our government today.

Question 2: How can teachers teach problem solving skills?

I say:

I’m of the mindset that…

Support:

I heard a story yesterday on NPR about a low-income school in Flagstaff, Arizona. 46 students from this school are attending the national chess championships this year. One of the students, an adorable 10-year old girl, said that chess helps her solve problems in real life, approaching it from a different perspective and strategically keeping the end goal in mind.

Practice answering these sample questions, using support from news that you have heard about!

How would you handle these questions on the IELTS Speaking Exam?

Share your answers in the comments section below!

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