Short talk templates are aimed at helping you structure your talk in a way that would benefit your coherence score in the first place. You are given most of the cohesive devices and connectives (which does not mean that you may not use some other ones if you wish so), and your task is to supply the details and specific examples. You do not have to fill in all the gaps.
If you are studying with a teacher, you might wish to have your notes emailed to your teacher’s email address, which you must supply yourself in this case. It is your responsibility to provide a valid email address.
If you are are teaching yourself, fill in your own email address in the space provided and once you have filled in the gaps you can, the complete text with all the ideas you provided will be emailed to you for future reference.
Please note that any feedback you might wish to get in practice tasks like the one below can only be provided by a human-being. So you need to consult either a professional IELTS tutor or an English-speaking contact of yours if you want your notes to be proofread and/or commented on.