When you look at the image ask yourself ‘‘What is the main idea being shown by the image?’’ and ‘‘What are the details relating to the main ideas?’’.
Use your erasable note board booklet to note down key ideas and phrases that relate to the main information and the explanatory details. These can be put into sentences when you start to speak.
Organise your description of the image If you organise what you say, you will get a better score. This is because a well-organized answer is more likely to cover the main information as well as the additional details, and also talk about implications or conclusions based on the information.