IELTS Essay (Sharing Information): Sort The Sentences

It is important to write an IELTS essay that has a logical sequence. This means that sentences are in a particular order, so they gradually ‘unpack’ your arguments.

I previously wrote a ‘discuss both views’ essay on the topic of sharing information. (Don’t read it yet!) The sentences in this essay have a clear logical sequence.

In this activity, try to create this essay yourself. There are 12 sentences in this essay. Your task is to put them in the correct order.

(I have simplified the essay a little, and added some transition signals, to make the task a bit easier.)

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Charles Cornelius is a PGCE and CELTA-qualified teacher and former IELTS Examiner with 25 years' teaching experience all over the world. He has worked for some of the major English language schools including International House, IDP and The British Council. He holds a MA in Education from the University of Bath. His courses, for both English language learners and teachers, have been taken by over 70,000 students in over 160 countries around the world.

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