Integrated Writing von Robert Kuehl

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Über den Vortrag

Der Vortrag „Integrated Writing“ von Robert Kuehl ist Bestandteil des Kurses „Preparation for TOEFL“. Der Vortrag ist dabei in folgende Kapitel unterteilt:

  • Strategies
  • Task 1 - The Shock doctrine
  • Task 2 - The American Civil War

Quiz zum Vortrag

  1. Take notes on the main points of the reading passage.
  2. Take notes on the main points of the listening passage.
  3. Try to find a relationship between the two passages.
  4. Take notes on the main points of the writing passage.
  1. Adding to the passage
  2. Casting doubts on the passage
  3. Contrasting the reading passage
  4. Interpreting the reading passage
  1. Look for the main points.
  2. Concentrate on data, figures, dates.
  3. Write down as many details as possible.
  4. Look for the key words.
  1. It has around 150 to 225 words.
  2. It is written well.
  3. It gives complete and accurate information.
  4. It has around 250 to 300 words.
  5. It doesn't have any spelling mistakes.

Dozent des Vortrages Integrated Writing

 Robert Kuehl

Robert Kuehl

Robert ist geboren in New Jersey und unterrichtet seit über 10 Jahren TOEFL Kurse mit dem klaren Ziel, Nicht-Muttersprachler auf ein maximales Englisch-Level zu bringen.


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... of the listening passage. Try to find a relationship between the two passages. This will be asked for in the question. The question can be one of three types: Adding to the ...

... You will not be asked for your personal opinion. You can see the reading passage again when you are ready to write. You can use your notes to help you. You have 20 minutes to write your response. A successful answer will usually be ...

... task question does not include the following type a) ...

... where economic shock doctrine has been applied throughout the world, from South America in the 1970s to New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina. Klein introduces two of her main themes. That practitioners of the shock doctrine tend to seek a blank slate on which to create their ideal free market economies, which usually requires a violent destruction of ...

... the lessons learned to create more effective torture techniques. Torture, according to Klein, has often been an essential tool for authorities who have implemented aggressive free market reforms - this assertion is stressed throughout the book. She suggests that for historic ...

... Preparation for TOEFL - Writing ...

... The Chicago school´s methodology has historically produced conclusions that favor free market policies and little government intervention (albeit within a strict, government-defined monetary regime). These policies came under attack in the wake of the financial crisis of 2007-2010. The school has been blamed for growing income inequality in the United States. Economist Brad DeLong of the ...

... 150 to 225 words. You can see the reading passage again when you write. Integrated writing task ...

... shocking countries a clean slate is made to create ideal free market economies. Examples: Falkland Islands, South America in 70s, New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina. Topic of listening passage: ...

... land to be sold at extremely high prices and the poor being left to suffer. The listening passage adds to the reading passage by explaining the Chicago school of economics theories with their emphasis on free markets and little government regulation - thus favoring big business and big money. The weaknesses of these theories, however, came under attack during the financial crisis of ...

... The American Civil War (1861-1865) was a civil war in the United States of America. It is sometimes called "The War Between the States." Eleven Southern states which allowed slaves wanted to separate from the United States of America. They formed the Confederate States of America, also called "the Confede racy". They wanted the Confederate States of ...

... Integrated writing task 2: The American Civil War ...

... North having defeated the South. The 13th Amendment says that slavery is not allowed anywhere in the United States. This officially ended legal slavery everywhere in the country. During the war, President Lincoln had issued the Emancipation Proclamation. This said that all of the slaves in ...

... The 15th Amendment says that people in the United States cannot be kept from voting because of their race. Citizens could be stopped from voting because of their gender, however. Women could not vote ...

... the reading passage add to the information in the listening passage? Preparation time: 1 minute. ...

... The war started when the South attacked a northern fort. The listening passage adds to the information of the reading passage by listing the Amendments passed after the North won the war. Slavery was forbidden anywhere in the States, every person born in the States was a citizen with equal rights and ...