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useful IELTS websites

Teaching IELTS can seem like a huge mountain for our students to climb, but what I usually find so refreshing is their motivation. My IELTS students are always the ones who are dedicated to studying English both inside and outside the classroom.

Of course, there is only so much we can do in the classroom, so I always refer them to useful websites they can use for their own self-study purposes. I’ve especially found them useful in terms of flipping the classroom (more on that another day).

Anyway, for your info to share with your students, you can find my list of useful IELTS websites here.

Happy Friday 🙂



2 comments on “useful IELTS websites

  1. nycteacherabroad
    February 28, 2016

    The link is not working…

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