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Scott Haines - Shortcut Copywriting Secrets™

Scott Haines - Shortcut Copywriting Secrets™
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You should check this content on your own to see whether it can enlighten you or not. Many people think it's good and they have achieved big success after using it. I hope this course can help you but not damage your creative thinking ability. Watching it with your critical thinking.

Here's the course structure:

Step 1 - Understand Task 1 and 2 structure and how the IELTS Writing test works
00 - Step 1 overview.mp4
01 - The two essay structures.mp4
02 - How to structure an IELTS argument essay.mp4
03 - IELTS argument essay demonstration.mp4
04 - How to write an essay thesis.mp4
05 - How to structure a discussion essay.mp4
06 - IELTS discussion essay demonstration.mp4
07 - How to decide whether to use argument or discussion essay structure.mp4
08 - How to understand your Task 2 question.mp4
09 - More practice interpreting Task 2 questions.mp4
10 - Even more practice interpreting Task 2 questions.mp4
11 - When to use personal pronouns in an essay.mp4
12 - How to link your IELTS essay paragraphs together.mp4
13 - What are coherence and cohesion.mp4
14 - How to structure an IELTS Academic Task 1 response.mp4
15 - How to understand your Academic Task 1 question.mp4
16 - How to structure an IELTS General Task 1 response.mp4
17 - How is IELTS Writing assessed.mp4
18 - What are the differences between IELTS Writing bands 6, 7 and 8.mp4
19 - How to use band understanding to maximize your IELTS writing.mp4

Step 2 - Learn to apply Task 1 and 2 structure to your writing by watching these model responses
00 - Step 2 overview.mp4
01 - IELTS model response #1 - Academic Task 2 argument essay (_To what extent..._).mp4
02 - IELTS model response #2 - Academic Task 2 argument essay (_To what extent..._).mp4
03 - IELTS model response #3 - Academic Task 2 argument essay (double question).mp4
04 - IELTS model response #4 - Academic Task 2 argument essay (defining something).mp4
05 - IELTS model response #5 - Academic Task 2 argument essay (causes and solutions).mp4
06 - IELTS model response #6 - Academic Task 2 discussion essay (_Discuss both views..._).mp4
07 - IELTS model response #7 - Academic Task 2 discussion essay (_Analyse both positions_).mp4
08 - IELTS model response #8 - General Task 2 argument essay (positive - negative).mp4
09 - IELTS model response #9 - General Task 2 argument essay (double question).mp4
10 - IELTS model response #10 - General Task 2 argument essay (advantages - disadvantages).mp4
11 - IELTS model response #11 - General Task 2 discussion essay (advantages - disadvantages).mp4
12 - IELTS model response #12 - Academic Task 1 (graph).mp4
13 - IELTS model response #13 - Academic Task 1 (diagram).mp4
14 - IELTS model response #14 - Academic Task 1 (multiple data sources).mp4
15 - IELTS model response #15 - Academic Task 1 (table).mp4
16 - IELTS model response #16 - General Task 1 (letter).mp4
17 - IELTS model response #17 - General Task 1 (letter).mp4
18 - IELTS model response #18 - General Task 1 (letter).mp4

Step 3 - Use these ongoing lessons to strengthen your grammar, lexical resources and overall coherence
00 - Step 3 overview.mp4
01 - How to begin your IELTS Task 2 essay.mp4
02 - How to start sentences in your argument essay.mp4
03 - How to start sentences in your discussion essay.mp4
04 - How to introduce examples in your essay.mp4
05 - How to link ideas in your essay.mp4
06 - How to respond to _To what extent do you agree or disagree_.mp4
07 - 9 words that will help you score IELTS band 9.mp4
08 - How to improve grammatical accuracy in your writing.mp4
09 - IELTS lexical resource quiz #1 - Essay.mp4
10 - How to start sentences in your Academic Task 1.mp4
11 - How to start sentences in your General Task 1.mp4
12 - What does the IELTS Writing test paper look like.mp4
13 - How are words counted in IELTS Writing.mp4
14 - IELTS lexical resource quiz #2 - Essay.mp4
15 - 9 MORE words that will help you score IELTS band 9.mp4
16 - Evaluating a students IELTS essay.mp4
17 - How to improve the logical progression of your writing.mp4
18 - How to use adjectives nouns verbs and adverbs effectively in Academic Task 1.mp4
19 - IELTS lexical resource quiz #3 - Academic Task 1.mp4
20 - How to sound more academic in Academic Task 1.mp4
21 - How to use commas properly.mp4
22 - IELTS lexical resource quiz #4 - Essay.mp4
23 - How to interpret Task 2 questions that use _positive_ and _negative_.mp4
24 - How to learn new essay vocabulary.mp4
25 - IELTS lexical resource quiz #5 - Essay.mp4
26 - How to write faster.mp4
27 - What to do if you can't think of fitting examples for Task 2.mp4
28 - How to write complex sentences without sacrificing grammatical accuracy.mp4
29 - IELTS lexical resource quiz #6 - Essay.mp4
30 - How to come up with essay ideas under pressure.mp4
31 - Spot the mistakes in this essay.mp4
32 - How to fix up problems in your essay.mp4
33 - How to use personal pronouns in your essay.mp4
34 - IELTS lexical resource quiz #7 - Essay.mp4
35 - Put this essays sentences in order.mp4
36 - IELTS lexical resource quiz #8 - Letter.mp4
37 - Cleaning up a candidates argument essay.mp4
38 - How to respond when asked for personal experiences.mp4
39 - IELTS lexical resource quiz #9 - Letter and essay.mp4
40 - IELTS lexical resource quiz #10 - Essay.mp4
41 - IELTS lexical resource quiz #11 - Essay.mp4
42 - IELTS lexical resource quiz #12 - Letter.mp4
43 - IELTS lexical resource quiz #13 - Essay.mp4
44 - IELTS lexical resource quiz #14 - Essay.mp4
45 - IELTS lexical resource quiz #15 - Essay.mp4
46 - How to use personal examples in your essay.mp4
47 - IELTS lexical resource quiz #16 - Essay.mp4
48 - How to structure an argument essay (2013-2014 update).mp4
49 - How to describe age range in Academic Task 1.mp4
50 - IELTS lexical resource quiz #17 - Essay.mp4

Appendix A - Ryan's other IELTS related materials
01 - How to score band 9 in each section of the IELTS.mp4
02 - Mock IELTS Listening Test #1.mp4
03 - Mock IELTS Listening Test #4.mp4
04 - Mock IELTS Speaking Test #1 (Version 1).mp4
05 - Mock IELTS Speaking Test #1 (Version 2).mp4
06 - What do I do if (IELTS Speaking).mp4
07 - What are the differences between IELTS Speaking bands 6, 7, 8 and 9.mp4
08 - How to study for IELTS without spending money.mp4
09 - How to feel confident when speaking.mp4
10 - Phrases to say in each section of the Speaking exam.mp4
11 - How to prepare in one minute for Speaking Part 2.mp4
12 - How to cue yourself in IELTS Listening.mp4

Appendix B - Ryan's interviews with successful IELTS candidates
IELTSCast Episode 20 - Sean - Band 8.5.mp4
IELTSCast Episode 21 - Shakir - Band 8.mp4
IELTSCast Episode 22 - Vita - Band 8.mp4
IELTSCast Episode 23 - Varun - Band 8.mp4
IELTSCast Episode 24 - Abid - Band 7.5.mp4
IELTSCast Episode 25 - Noor - Band 8.mp4
IELTSCast Episode 26 - Sheila - Band 7.mp4
IELTSCast Episode 27 - Alisher - Band 7.5.mp4
IELTSCast Episode 28 - Anonymous - Band 7.mp4
IELTSCast Episode 29 - Hoi - Band 7.5.mp4
IELTSCast Episode 30 - Vinod - Band 7.mp4

Appendix C - Ryan's paid and unpaid products and services
1. Meet Ryan.mp4
2. Ryan's IELTS Academic and General Task 2 ebook.mp4
3. Ryan's IELTS Academic and General Task 1 ebooks.mp4
4. Ryan online writing course.mp4
5. Ryan's IELTS Speaking packages.mp4
6. Use this video to find a Skype speaking partner.mp4
7. Welcome to Ryan's YouTube page.mp4
8. How to signup for Ryan's free IELTS email lessons.mp4
9. IELTS Writing contest results.mp4
10. IELTS Speaking contest results.mp4
11. How to receive feedback on your Speaking and Writing.mp4
12. IELTS essay contest results - 18 essays graded.mp4
13. IELTS Speaking contest results.mp4
14. IELTS Writing contest.mp4
15. IELTS Writing contest results.mp4
16. How to use The IELTS Network forum.mp4
17. How to post your speaking to IELTSNetwork.mp4
18. Chat with others about the IELTS in real time.mp4

What is IELTS?

IELTS (International English Language Testing System) is an exam that assesses the English abilities of those who wish to work or study in an English speaking country.

(The following is taken directly from ielts.org):

International Recognition

IELTS is recognised for course admission by universities in many countries, including Australia, New Zealand, Canada, the USA, the UK and increasingly in Germany and wider Europe.

In the USA the IELTS Test is now recognised by more than 1000 institutions and new ones are constantly added to the list, of which you will always find the latest version here.

IELTS is also required as proof of your language abilities for immigration to Australia, New Zealand and Canada.

What appears on the test?

The test checks the applicant's strengths in the areas of speaking, reading, listening and writing and is separated into two test types - Academic and General.
What is the difference between the Academic IELTS Module and the General Training IELTS Module?

IELTS Academic Training is a course and test designed to prepare and assess those wishing to attend institutes of higher education in English speaking countries. The listening and speaking portions of the two tests are identical, but the reading and writing portions are not. The General Module test asks the candidate to complete two writing tasks. The first is a letter (minimum 150 words). The second is an essay (minimum 250 words). The Academic Module test, however, is different. For this test, the candidate must write one piece describing factual information that is presented to them (for example, a bar graph or list of statistics). Using this information, the candidate must accurately depict in words the information presented by the images (minimum 150 words). The second task is to write an essay on a given topic (minimum 250 words).


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