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In your letter include: Although the Lorne Building is a beautiful and historical campus landmark, it as of yet does not provide access to disabled students.
As the assignment submission desk is on the ninth floor of the building, my classmate, who is in a wheelchair, is unable to access it.
This means that whenever he wishes to hand in an assignment, he must request a classmate do it for him. This, as I am sure you can understand, is both tedious and embarrassing for him. My friend is much too proud to contact you directly, so I am writing on his behalf.
I am requesting that you promptly alter this building in a manner that allows disabled students to access college resources as conveniently as everyone else. Perhaps this could best be accomplished through the installation of an elevator.
I look forward to hearing back from you soon. Thank you for your attention to this matter. Ryan Posted on March 29, by Ryan Higgins 15 Comments Thank you to those of you who took the time to submit your work to our writing contest last week.
I am sorry to keep you waiting in angst for these results as I know many of you are engaging the exam this Saturday.
Despite a few hold ups early in the week, I was able to have a good look at 27 submissions from you 12 General exam submissions and 15 Academic exam submissions.
I think you will agree when you read them that there are some very talented writers among us. Before we get to the submissions themselves, I would like to briefly explain how I went about gauging bands. So, this is what I referred to when gauging your writing. To get a copy of the descriptors chart for yourself, click here.
As you can see from the descriptors chart, the overall band is given based on four criteria: I tried to gauge each Task 1 response on this page as closely as I could to these four skill areas before averaging an overall band.
You will notice that the vast majority of people scored at roughly Band 6. Let me elaborate a little bit on the difference between Band 6 and 7 for a more in depth look at these bands, please watch my video on the subject here: The problems that a Band 6 student has often exacerbate other issues.
For one, typically Band 6 writing is remarkable for having grammatical errors in many sentences.
In addition to this, the entire composition can be understood by the reader which may not be true at the Band 6 level. Band 6 tends to be where many students plateau. The question then becomes: The answer to the above is to write both concisely and precisely.
All too often, students put their energy into studying how to write long, elaborate sentences in an effort to sound like masters of the English language. But this is a flawed approach. Long, elaborate sentences are much more likely to contain grammatical errors, which as we outlined above can lead to problems in coherence and Task Achievement.
What students should be focusing on is writing short, concise sentences that are grammatically and contextually accurate. Congratulations to the four of you!Nov 29, · Download IELTS Task 2 How To Write At A Band 9 Level Mirror 1 [ONE Drive] Main IELTS Pages: This website is to develop your IELTS skills with tips, model answers, lessons, free books, and more.
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