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Learning more about the TOEFL and IELTS: a WebQuest for EFL learners

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Congratulations!  You now know a lot about the TOEFL and IELTS language proficiency tests, and have also learned a lot of other useful things while you were doing research about these important tests.  Here are some of the things you have learned by now:

     You’ve learned a lot about using computers!

     You’ve learned a lot about using the Internet!

     You’ve become experienced in doing a web search!

     You’ve learned a lot about how to use MS-Word!

     You’ve learned how useful group work can be!

     You’ve learned a lot about the TOEFL and IELTS!

     You’ve improved your reading skills, such as skimming, scanning, and critical reading!

     You’ve improved your writing skills, such as grammar, organization, and coherence!

     You’ve improved your research skills!

     You’ve learned how to write a report and cite sources!

     You’ve learned how to relate your learning experience to a real-life situation!

     And more!


Further activities for you to try out: 

        Write a letter to the head of your educational institution/organization, asking her/him to add your institution/organization to the list of places that recognize the test your class has chosen.  Give your reasons for this request.

        Try out the link below, and have fun with the activity (created by the author using XWord Generator)!  See how much you have learned about the TOEFL and IELTS!


Click here to learn about the author of this WebQuest!

GSL520: Computer-Assisted Language Learning

Instructor: Christine Bauer-Ramazani

Saint Michael's College