The soul of the Writing section can be said to be in the Task 2 Section. Saying that doesn’t mean you can leave the “blank” part of Task 1. However, a lot of you spend too much time on Task 1. , which takes 30-40 minutes, leads to Task 2 writing very poorly, although Task 2 is much longer. To avoid this, you need to know the complete layout of Task 1 to write quickly and accurately and spend a lot of time on Task 2.
In Task 1, there are two main forms: charts and … not charts (processes – maps or maps). The diagram is related to the numbers and their ups and downs, the process is clearly focused on the steps, the sequence, and finally, the map has a focus on the description, usually a description of the change. over the years of an area.
1. Chart form
The chart format is the easiest to write of the three types, and fortunately, this is the most frequently proposed format in Task 1. To write a chart, you need to follow these steps:
Paragraph 1 (1 sentence): Paraphrase (rewritten in a different way) first sentence (this table shows / this graph shows …)
Paragraph 2 (1-2 sentences): Write a general comment (what first caught my eye)
Paragraph 3: Write descriptive sentences from largest to smallest.
– No conclusion.
You may notice that there are many numbers in the chart, but we will not describe them all, we will just say what stands out. If the lesson has 2 charts, we will describe them one by one in order. Perhaps these two charts are related to each other (2 different years of the same data), or 2 completely independent data types. If they are relevant, when writing the second one, remember to compare.
2. Process type.
The process format is fairly easy to write, and sometimes easier than the chart format if you know how to write:
Paragraph 1 (1 sentence): Paraphrase again deals (similar to the chart)
Paragraph 2 (2 sentences): Overview of what this process starts with and ends with.
Paragraph 3: Describe each process and lead it by sequence words. The easiest of the earth is to follow the style (Firstly, Secondly, Next, Then, … Finally)
Paragraph 4: You can write all the procedures into a paragraph like paragraph 3, or separate a fourth paragraph to talk about the final process.
Notice that in the form of a procedure, all you need to write is given in the diagram. You just need to diversify it by writing active / passive sentences.
3. Map form
Similar to diagrams and processes, you must always write the first 2 paragraphs as follows:
Paragraph 1 (1 sentence): Paraphrase again examines (What does this map draw)
Paragraph 2 (2 sentences): Describe the most pronounced changes on the map
The body of the card is where the map is different from the two above. In this section, you need to describe the changes on the map. The easiest way is to follow the year, from the earliest years to the most recent years: which one has more, which one loses.
Paragraph 3-4: Describe in detail the changes from year to year. The number of paragraphs can be 1-3 short paragraphs, however, in this article we should only write 2 body paragraphs, ie 4 paragraphs of the whole article is sufficient. The maps do not have too many things to describe, so writing many paragraphs will look very thin.