How to Do IELTS Writing Sample Task 1?
IELTS Writing Task 1
The simplest and yet most difficult exam has attracted the hopes of many young people in our city. Lucknow has become a hub for IELTS training. Students work hard to achieve good exam results. I wonder if working hard is necessary or working smart is necessary? This article is written to help you write well in your IELTS writing test, let’s check how to do IELTS writing sample task 1 for get goof score.
If you are a beginner, this can help you write well. Our aim is to provide you with a good experience at IELTS coaching in Lucknow and also many other cities in India like Jaipur, Mumbai, Pune, Delhi, Noida, Hyderabad, Agra etc.
Ways to Handle the IELTS 1 Writing Task
Keep the things mentioned below while you write next time. I’m sure you will feel a difference in the output.
Before you start writing your test you should plan what you are going to write!
This means that an essay format must be adopted. That writing should comprise an introduction, a body and a conclusion.
INTRODUCTION: This is the entry point for the author as well as the reviewer. It must be very attractive to grab the reader’s attention. Whatever you need to write, you can give an introduction to it. Also, you can summarize the topic given to you. The introductory part should state the ideas that will be explained to you later in the body of the essay. Make sure it is short and clear.
BODY: This is the longest section of the essay, as it may contain more than one paragraph. Each idea should be explained in one paragraph. Transition words and phrases should be your best friends here. (The example is given further down in the article).
CONCLUSION: This is the final stage and may require an emotional appeal or a strong argument.
I have written a sample essay for you to understand it better.
Subject: The directors of organizations are often elderly people. But, some say that young people can also be leaders, to what extent do you think?
INTRODUCTION: The leaders of organizations are usually older people. They are seen in leadership positions in global companies. However, I think energetic young people are no less than them. They too have the right to hold leadership positions in today’s work environment.
On the one hand, older people have a lot of skills that make them more competent than the younger generation. First and foremost, their experience is too vast to ever make the short-term benefits outweigh the long-term goals. Their decision-making power is too sharp due to their cognitive mindset. In addition, they saw too rapid a transition in their environment to be able to adapt to it. On the contrary, young people are too impatient that they want everything to be done in a jiffy that it sometimes becomes difficult for them to sort out.
On the other hand, young directors are well educated and are also able to deeply understand the technical aspects. Moreover, there are cross-cultural differences in today’s world. All are best taken care of by the young mind. The energetic young blood is all too ready to take on the workload.
CONCLUSION: At the end of the day, I think age is just a number and shouldn’t be a barrier in deciding a person’s position in an organization.
This was a drafting example; you can take help of this and can frame your own writing. We are here to help and guide you on the same subject. You are free to post your article in the comment section below and we will surely contact you for further assistance.