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IELTS Cohesive Devices

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To get a good band score in your IELTS writing, you should use cohesive devices. With coherence, cohesion makes up 25% of your final IELTS writing band score. In this slideshow are some of the most useful cohesive devices to use in your ILETS writing.

To get a good band score in your IELTS writing, you should use cohesive devices. With coherence, cohesion makes up 25% of your final IELTS writing band score. In this slideshow are some of the most useful cohesive devices to use in your ILETS writing.

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IELTS Cohesive Devices

  1. 1. COHESIVE DEVICES ESSENTIAL WORDS FOR IELTS IELTSCHARLIE
  2. 2. WELCOME! In this slideshow is a list of cohesive devices. They are organized by their function. DO NOT LEARN THEM ALL! Learn a few from each slide.
  3. 3. ESSENTIAL TIP 1 When you write an essay or report, only use cohesive devices… 1…if you can use it correctly 2…if it is needed
  4. 4. ESSENTIAL TIP 2 Do not use too many cohesive devices. Use a few (about 2 in each paragraph) in an effective, accurate, natural way.
  5. 5. ESSENTIAL TIP 3 Try to vary where, in the sentence, you put the cohesive device - don't always put it at the start of the sentence.
  6. 6. OK? LETS START!
  7. 7. ADDING SIMILAR IDEAS in addition additionally also too as well as furthermore moreover not only…but also These words and phrases tell the reader that extra information is about to be added
  8. 8. GIVING EXAMPLES for example for instance such as namely to illustrate this a good example of this is… These words and phrases tell the reader that examples are about to be given
  9. 9. COMPARING SIMILAR IDEAS likewise similarly also in the same way equally These words and phrases tell the reader how two things are similar
  10. 10. CONTRASTING IDEAS but however in contrast in comparison on the other hand on the contrary although even though These words and phrases tell the reader how two things are different
  11. 11. GIVING AN OPINION in my opinion in my view I believe that I think that I feel that I agree with I disagree with it seems to me that These words and phrases introduce an opinion
  12. 12. EXPLAINING CAUSES because of owing to due to as a result of These words and phrases introduce the causes of something
  13. 13. EXAMPLES The ice caps are melting because of global warming. As a result of global warming, the ice caps are melting.
  14. 14. DESCRIBING EFFECTS therefore thus consequently as a result These words and phrases introduce the effects of something
  15. 15. EXAMPLES C02 emissions have gone up and global temperatures have consequently risen. We must therefore reduce these emissions.
  16. 16. GIVING REASONS because so the reason why another reason is These words and phrases introduce the reasons for something
  17. 17. SEQUENCING firstly secondly next then after that to begin with finally lastly These words and phrases help the reader to understand the sequence of items
  18. 18. EXAMPLES After that, the numbers start to decline. Firstly, I believe that governments must act to reduce C02 emissions. Here are some examples
  19. 19. EMPASISING particularly in particular especially specifically certainly obviously in fact clearly These words and phrases help you to draw attention to an idea or example
  20. 20. REFORMULATION in other words that is to say rather in simple terms put more simply These words and phrases introduce the rephrasing of a previous idea
  21. 21. CONCEDING IDEAS admittedly on the other hand another view is I concede that I admit that granted These words and phrases are for acknowledging another point-of-view
  22. 22. CONCLUDING in conclusion to conclude in summary to sum up These words and phrases introduce the conclusion of an essay
  23. 23. THANK YOU FOR WATCHING! For more IELTS tips and resources, go to GO THERE NOW IELTSCHARLIE

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