1 - Models

i. Review and analyze related texts. While reading descriptions of tables/figures, pay attention to how professional authors write.
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ii. See how professional authors select the significant and comparable results.
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iii. Focus on how they present the information.
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iv. Analyze how they organize their description.
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v. Focus on their use of academic and technical vocabulary.
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vi. See how professionals use language accurately.
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2 - Sources

i. You will find writing handbooks (such as the first four units in the writing section of Jakeman, V. & McDowell, C. (2008). New insight into IELTS. Cambridge: CUP) useful.
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ii. You will also find online sources useful for improving your writing. Check out the following, for instance: http://www.ieltsbuddy.com/ielts-table.html, https://owl.english.purdue.edu/
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iii. Improve your grammar skills using books (such as Azar and Hagen’s English Grammar series published by Pearson Longman) and online materials (such as http://www.myenglishlab.com/azar.html; https://www.oxford-royale.co.uk/articles/15-common-grammar-gripes-avoid.html; and https://www.quill.org/)
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3 - Practice

i. Practice makes perfect. There are very helpful online sources that help you practice writing for free, such as https://www.elanguages.ac.uk/los/eap/introduction_to_describing_graphs_and_tables.html
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