In the **IELTS writing Task 1** for academic you have to describe some kind of graph, diagram, map or process.

Here you will get all the tips and techniques you will need for writing about the Task 1, or to find out how to improve your score if it has been too low.https://7adddf5deaa729b69c6ec7dca69ee89c.safeframe.googlesyndication.com/safeframe/1-0-38/html/container.html

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### IELTS Writing Task 1 Lessons:

#### Overview

How to Write an Academic IELTS Task 1

This starter lessons tells you in simple steps how to structure and write a basic IELTS Graph.

#### Types of Graph

Graphs Over Time

This important lesson shows you what you must do to properly describe a graph or chart that has a period of time.

IELTS Pie Chart

In this lesson you’ll learn how to write about a pie chart, with tips on how to best organize your answer and advice on the language to use.

IELTS Process

In this lesson you’ll learn how to describe an IELTS process diagram, with information about organizing your answer and using the passive voice.

Two graphs together

Sometimes you get two graphs to describe together. This lessons shows you how to organize your answer if you do.

IELTS Tables

This lesson provides you with IELTS practice for tables. It shows you that tables are not that different from other types of graph.

#### Task 1 Language

Language of Change

This lesson explains some useful sentence structures using some common language of change and you can practice the words with a gap fill.

Language to Compare and Contrast

Compare and contrast language is needed for most graphs and diagrams so it is important to learn and practice it.

A Common Mistake

This lesson takes you through a mistake that is common when describing graphs in Task 1.

Using Prepositions

Learn how to use the right prepositions when you are using the language of change in a graph over time.

Describing graphs in the future

Sometimes you may be given a graph to describe that is predicting what will happen in the future. View some strategies on how to approach a task 1 like this.

Tenses for graphs, processes, and maps

This lesson gives you tips on the types of tenses you should know for the various types of task you could be given.

#### Organisation

Organizing a Line Graph (Part 1)

Find out about how there is more than one was to organize a task 1 graph, and learn how to write about a graph divided into ‘age groups’.

Organising a Line Graph (Part 2)

If you want to achieve a high band score for your graph you must ensure it is well-organised. This lesson tells you more about one possible way of doing this.

These IELTS writing task 1 lessons provide you with practice for learning about all the various types of graph or diagram you may get.

It discusses line graphs, processes, bar charts, pie charts and tables and provides you with many other tips, advice and practice for the types of language you will need to use.