Choosing a title for IELTS reading is quite a common question type. You will be given a list of possible titles for the whole passage you must choose the one that you think most appropriate.
Tips for Choosing a Title
- It is usually the last question for the passage
- The information for all options can usually be found in the passage
- This question is only worth 1 point so don’t spend too long on it
- Choose the option which relates to the aim of the whole passage rather than part of the passage
- This question tests your skill of understanding the difference between aims and details
- Your answer should be a letter
Babies learn to see over a period of time, much like they learn to walk and talk. They are not born with all the visual abilities they need in life. The ability to focus their eyes, move them accurately, and use them together as a team must be learned. Also, they need to learn how to use the visual information the eyes send to their brain in order to understand the world around them and interact with it appropriately.
- grab (vb) = clutch / grasp / seize
- crawl = move on their hands and knees
- depth perception = able to see downward
- shallow = thin / not deep
- pattern = design
- infant = child / pre-school toddler
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