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2018-01-05

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  托福独立写作 Independent Writing 共40题

  第1题

  来源:大陆

  话题分类:Education 属性:核心预测

  预测题目

  Do you agree or disagree with the following statement: All university students should take basic science courses regardless of their fields of study.

  解题思路

  总观点:在校大学生不用选修基本科学课程

  分论点1:大学应该是一个人们专修适合自己性格和特长专业的地方

  论述:举反例论证若大学生一年都学科学课程所带来的弊端

  分论点2:人们不能低估兴趣的影响,特别是在大学阶段

  论述:从逼迫学生学习自己不敢兴趣课程的弊端和科学专业学生本身根本不用学习科学基础课程两个反面来进行论述

  分论点3:额外的课程会收取额外的费用并且需要额外教学资源的投入

  论述:给出两个合理的解决方案。学校可以选择出高价请新的教师或者抽调现有的部分教师来上课。

  结论:大学本身应该更注重专业课程的提升而不是一些基础课程

  范文

  As the so-called cradle of knowledge and talents, universities are often placed with too much expectation as if they can reshape a student into a person with omniscience after years of university study. Facts always go against the grain however. Then we can hear almost the same voice from the media, “we need a more comprehensive course structure to cover every spot of how the world functions”. Yet with a second thought, does the word really make sense, or does the society really expect university graduates to be in that way? Hopefully not. Therefore, I am fully against the idea of introducing basic science into university course system and advocate a more practical sense to view university education.

  First of all, a reasonable definition of university is a place where people can get professional knowledge in the field they choose. For the first day a student entering into the university, s/he embraces the dream to become a specialist in a specific area. With that goal rooted in mind, s/he selects major related courses, attends useful seminars or workshops, does researches about certain topics, and even reads all relative references in libraries. S/he knows every minute counts. However, just imagine the student is required to take the basic science course in the whole semester now. It is easy to see how frustrated s/he will be since all schedules and plans are disrupted, not to mention that s/he may be so indifferent about the course.

  Second, no one should underestimate the power of interest during studying, especially in the stage of university. The awakening of self-consciousness long accompanies the way of education, and people often realize their own interests when they become college students. Though it is hasty to say no one would be fond of basic science, it is really a small portion compared to the major group of students. Forcing a student who is not interested in this field to take the course means nothing but an emotion of resistance and a high rate of absenteeism. As for those who are into the world of science, the basic course seems to be unsuitable either, for it only scratches the surface.

  Last but not least, any extra courses will charge for additional tuition fees and require an investment of teaching resources. For self-financed students or households with limited budgets, tuitions have already become huge burdens. So it is not rare to see complaints about increasing tuition fees. Under such circumstance, courses like basic science should then be selective rather than compulsory, which helps to lower the pressure a little bit. As for the teaching resource, the university would either chase after qualified teaching fellows at a high expense to fill the gap of teacher-student ratio or use the current teachers with the sacrifice of class interaction. And either way can possibly achieve a win-win situation.

  In a word, though we want to foresee young people obtain more sophisticate information about the world, it is their right to choose which field to focus on. While some general courses like basic science do provide benefits to some extent, specialization is what we need to emphasize in higher education as to ensure the depth and efficiency of study.

  第2题

  来源:大陆

  话题分类:Society 属性:核心预测

  预测题目

  Do you agree or disagree with the following statement? The rules that the whole societies today expect young people to follow and obey are too strict.

  第3题

  来源:大陆

  话题分类:Education 属性:核心预测

  预测题目

  (A卷)Some people think that it is an important part of a child’s education to go on field trips (for example, museums), other people think a child’s time is better spent learning in a classroom at school. What is your opinion?

  第4题

  来源:大陆

  话题分类:Friend 属性:核心预测

  预测题目

  Which way do you think is the best for a student to make new friends. a. joining a sports team, b. participating in community activities, c. traveling.

  第5题

  来源:大陆

  话题分类:Technology 属性:核心预测

  预测题目

  Do you agree or disagree with the following statement?It is a waste of money for government to spend money on space travel or space exploration.

  第6题来源:大陆话题分类:Education属性:重点预测预测题目Do you agree or disagree with the following statement: All university students should take basic science courses regardless of their fields of study.解题思路总观点:在校大学生不用选修基本科学课程

  分论点1:大学应该是一个人们专修适合自己性格和特长专业的地方

  论述:举反例论证若大学生一年都学科学课程所带来的弊端

  分论点2:人们不能低估兴趣的影响,特别是在大学阶段

  论述:从逼迫学生学习自己不敢兴趣课程的弊端和科学专业学生本身根本不用学习科学基础课程两个反面来进行论述

  分论点3:额外的课程会收取额外的费用并且需要额外教学资源的投入

  论述:给出两个合理的解决方案。学校可以选择出高价请新的教师或者抽调现有的部分教师来上课。

  结论:大学本身应该更注重专业课程的提升而不是一些基础课程

  范文As the so-called cradle of knowledge and talents, universities are often placed with too much expectation as if they can reshape a student into a person with omniscience after years of university study. Facts always go against the grain however. Then we can hear almost the same voice from the media, “we need a more comprehensive course structure to cover every spot of how the world functions”. Yet with a second thought, does the word really make sense, or does the society really expect university graduates to be in that way? Hopefully not. Therefore, I am fully against the idea of introducing basic science into university course system and advocate a more practical sense to view university education.

  First of all, a reasonable definition of university is a place where people can get professional knowledge in the field they choose. For the first day a student entering into the university, s/he embraces the dream to become a specialist in a specific area. With that goal rooted in mind, s/he selects major related courses, attends useful seminars or workshops, does researches about certain topics, and even reads all relative references in libraries. S/he knows every minute counts. However, just imagine the student is required to take the basic science course in the whole semester now. It is easy to see how frustrated s/he will be since all schedules and plans are disrupted, not to mention that s/he may be so indifferent about the course.

  Second, no one should underestimate the power of interest during studying, especially in the stage of university. The awakening of self-consciousness long accompanies the way of education, and people often realize their own interests when they become college students. Though it is hasty to say no one would be fond of basic science, it is really a small portion compared to the major group of students. Forcing a student who is not interested in this field to take the course means nothing but an emotion of resistance and a high rate of absenteeism. As for those who are into the world of science, the basic course seems to be unsuitable either, for it only scratches the surface.

  Last but not least, any extra courses will charge for additional tuition fees and require an investment of teaching resources. For self-financed students or households with limited budgets, tuitions have already become huge burdens. So it is not rare to see complaints about increasing tuition fees. Under such circumstance, courses like basic science should then be selective rather than compulsory, which helps to lower the pressure a little bit. As for the teaching resource, the university would either chase after qualified teaching fellows at a high expense to fill the gap of teacher-student ratio or use the current teachers with the sacrifice of class interaction. And either way can possibly achieve a win-win situation.

  In a word, though we want to foresee young people obtain more sophisticate information about the world, it is their right to choose which field to focus on. While some general courses like basic science do provide benefits to some extent, specialization is what we need to emphasize in higher education as to ensure the depth and efficiency of study

  第7题来源:大陆话题分类:Society属性:重点预测预测题目Do you agree or disagree with the following statement? The rules that the whole societies today expect young people to follow and obey are too strict.

  第11题来源:大陆话题分类:Education属性:重点预测预测题目Do you agree or disagree with the following statement: All university students should take basic science courses regardless of their fields of study.解题思路总观点:在校大学生不用选修基本科学课程

  分论点1:大学应该是一个人们专修适合自己性格和特长专业的地方

  论述:举反例论证若大学生一年都学科学课程所带来的弊端

  分论点2:人们不能低估兴趣的影响,特别是在大学阶段

  论述:从逼迫学生学习自己不敢兴趣课程的弊端和科学专业学生本身根本不用学习科学基础课程两个反面来进行论述

  分论点3:额外的课程会收取额外的费用并且需要额外教学资源的投入

  论述:给出两个合理的解决方案。学校可以选择出高价请新的教师或者抽调现有的部分教师来上课。

  结论:大学本身应该更注重专业课程的提升而不是一些基础课程

  范文As the so-called cradle of knowledge and talents, universities are often placed with too much expectation as if they can reshape a student into a person with omniscience after years of university study. Facts always go against the grain however. Then we can hear almost the same voice from the media, “we need a more comprehensive course structure to cover every spot of how the world functions”. Yet with a second thought, does the word really make sense, or does the society really expect university graduates to be in that way? Hopefully not. Therefore, I am fully against the idea of introducing basic science into university course system and advocate a more practical sense to view university education.

  First of all, a reasonable definition of university is a place where people can get professional knowledge in the field they choose. For the first day a student entering into the university, s/he embraces the dream to become a specialist in a specific area. With that goal rooted in mind, s/he selects major related courses, attends useful seminars or workshops, does researches about certain topics, and even reads all relative references in libraries. S/he knows every minute counts. However, just imagine the student is required to take the basic science course in the whole semester now. It is easy to see how frustrated s/he will be since all schedules and plans are disrupted, not to mention that s/he may be so indifferent about the course.

  第12题来源:大陆话题分类:Society属性:重点预测预测题目Do you agree or disagree with the following statement? The rules that the whole societies today expect young people to follow and obey are too strict.

  Second, no one should underestimate the power of interest during studying, especially in the stage of university. The awakening of self-consciousness long accompanies the way of education, and people often realize their own interests when they become college students. Though it is hasty to say no one would be fond of basic science, it is really a small portion compared to the major group of students. Forcing a student who is not interested in this field to take the course means nothing but an emotion of resistance and a high rate of absenteeism. As for those who are into the world of science, the basic course seems to be unsuitable either, for it only scratches the surface.

  Last but not least, any extra courses will charge for additional tuition fees and require an investment of teaching resources. For self-financed students or households with limited budgets, tuitions have already become huge burdens. So it is not rare to see complaints about increasing tuition fees. Under such circumstance, courses like basic science should then be selective rather than compulsory, which helps to lower the pressure a little bit. As for the teaching resource, the university would either chase after qualified teaching fellows at a high expense to fill the gap of teacher-student ratio or use the current teachers with the sacrifice of class interaction. And either way can possibly achieve a win-win situation.

  In a word, though we want to foresee young people obtain more sophisticate information about the world, it is their right to choose which field to focus on. While some general courses like basic science do provide benefits to some extent, specialization is what we need to emphasize in higher education as to ensure the depth and efficiency of study.

  第16题来源:大陆话题分类:Education属性:重点预测预测题目Do you agree or disagree with the following statement: All university students should take basic science courses regardless of their fields of study.解题思路总观点:在校大学生不用选修基本科学课程

  分论点1:大学应该是一个人们专修适合自己性格和特长专业的地方

  论述:举反例论证若大学生一年都学科学课程所带来的弊端

  分论点2:人们不能低估兴趣的影响,特别是在大学阶段

  论述:从逼迫学生学习自己不敢兴趣课程的弊端和科学专业学生本身根本不用学习科学基础课程两个反面来进行论述

  分论点3:额外的课程会收取额外的费用并且需要额外教学资源的投入

  论述:给出两个合理的解决方案。学校可以选择出高价请新的教师或者抽调现有的部分教师来上课。

  结论:大学本身应该更注重专业课程的提升而不是一些基础课程

  范文As the so-called cradle of knowledge and talents, universities are often placed with too much expectation as if they can reshape a student into a person with omniscience after years of university study. Facts always go against the grain however. Then we can hear almost the same voice from the media, “we need a more comprehensive course structure to cover every spot of how the world functions”. Yet with a second thought, does the word really make sense, or does the society really expect university graduates to be in that way? Hopefully not. Therefore, I am fully against the idea of introducing basic science into university course system and advocate a more practical sense to view university education.

  First of all, a reasonable definition of university is a place where people can get professional knowledge in the field they choose. For the first day a student entering into the university, s/he embraces the dream to become a specialist in a specific area. With that goal rooted in mind, s/he selects major related courses, attends useful seminars or workshops, does researches about certain topics, and even reads all relative references in libraries. S/he knows every minute counts. However, just imagine the student is required to take the basic science course in the whole semester now. It is easy to see how frustrated s/he will be since all schedules and plans are disrupted, not to mention that s/he may be so indifferent about the course.

  第17题来源:大陆话题分类:Society属性:重点预测预测题目Do you agree or disagree with the following statement? The rules that the whole societies today expect young people to follow and obey are too strict

  .第21题来源:大陆话题分类:Education属性:重点预测预测题目Do you agree or disagree with the following statement: All university students should take basic science courses regardless of their fields of study.解题思路总观点:在校大学生不用选修基本科学课程

  分论点1:大学应该是一个人们专修适合自己性格和特长专业的地方

  论述:举反例论证若大学生一年都学科学课程所带来的弊端

  分论点2:人们不能低估兴趣的影响,特别是在大学阶段

  论述:从逼迫学生学习自己不敢兴趣课程的弊端和科学专业学生本身根本不用学习科学基础课程两个反面来进行论述

  分论点3:额外的课程会收取额外的费用并且需要额外教学资源的投入

  论述:给出两个合理的解决方案。学校可以选择出高价请新的教师或者抽调现有的部分教师来上课。

  结论:大学本身应该更注重专业课程的提升而不是一些基础课程

  范文As the so-called cradle of knowledge and talents, universities are often placed with too much expectation as if they can reshape a student into a person with omniscience after years of university study. Facts always go against the grain however. Then we can hear almost the same voice from the media, “we need a more comprehensive course structure to cover every spot of how the world functions”. Yet with a second thought, does the word really make sense, or does the society really expect university graduates to be in that way? Hopefully not. Therefore, I am fully against the idea of introducing basic science into university course system and advocate a more practical sense to view university education.

  First of all, a reasonable definition of university is a place where people can get professional knowledge in the field they choose. For the first day a student entering into the university, s/he embraces the dream to become a specialist in a specific area. With that goal rooted in mind, s/he selects major related courses, attends useful seminars or workshops, does researches about certain topics, and even reads all relative references in libraries. S/he knows every minute counts. However, just imagine the student is required to take the basic science course in the whole semester now. It is easy to see how frustrated s/he will be since all schedules and plans are disrupted, not to mention that s/he may be so indifferent about the course.

  Second, no one should underestimate the power of interest during studying, especially in the stage of university. The awakening of self-consciousness long accompanies the way of education, and people often realize their own interests when they become college students. Though it is hasty to say no one would be fond of basic science, it is really a small portion compared to the major group of students. Forcing a student who is not interested in this field to take the course means nothing but an emotion of resistance and a high rate of absenteeism. As for those who are into the world of science, the basic course seems to be unsuitable either, for it only scratches the surface.

  Last but not least, any extra courses will charge for additional tuition fees and require an investment of teaching resources. For self-financed students or households with limited budgets, tuitions have already become huge burdens. So it is not rare to see complaints about increasing tuition fees. Under such circumstance, courses like basic science should then be selective rather than compulsory, which helps to lower the pressure a little bit. As for the teaching resource, the university would either chase after qualified teaching fellows at a high expense to fill the gap of teacher-student ratio or use the current teachers with the sacrifice of class interaction. And either way can possibly achieve a win-win situation.

  In a word, though we want to foresee young people obtain more sophisticate information about the world, it is their right to choose which field to focus on. While some general courses like basic science do provide benefits to some extent, specialization is what we need to emphasize in higher education as to ensure the depth and efficiency of study.

  Second, no one should underestimate the power of interest during studying, especially in the stage of university. The awakening of self-consciousness long accompanies the way of education, and people often realize their own interests when they become college students. Though it is hasty to say no one would be fond of basic science, it is really a small portion compared to the major group of students. Forcing a student who is not interested in this field to take the course means nothing but an emotion of resistance and a high rate of absenteeism. As for those who are into the world of science, the basic course seems to be unsuitable either, for it only scratches the surface.

  Last but not least, any extra courses will charge for additional tuition fees and require an investment of teaching resources. For self-financed students or households with limited budgets, tuitions have already become huge burdens. So it is not rare to see complaints about increasing tuition fees. Under such circumstance, courses like basic science should then be selective rather than compulsory, which helps to lower the pressure a little bit. As for the teaching resource, the university would either chase after qualified teaching fellows at a high expense to fill the gap of teacher-student ratio or use the current teachers with the sacrifice of class interaction. And either way can possibly achieve a win-win situation.

  In a word, though we want to foresee young people obtain more sophisticate information about the world, it is their right to choose which field to focus on. While some general courses like basic science do provide benefits to some extent, specialization is what we need to emphasize in higher education as to ensure the depth and efficiency of study.

  第22题来源:大陆话题分类:Society属性:重点预测预测题目Do you agree or disagree with the following statement? The rules that the whole societies today expect young people to follow and obey are too strict.

  第26题来源:大陆话题分类:Education属性:重点预测预测题目Do you agree or disagree with the following statement: All university students should take basic science courses regardless of their fields of study.解题思路总观点:在校大学生不用选修基本科学课程

  分论点1:大学应该是一个人们专修适合自己性格和特长专业的地方

  论述:举反例论证若大学生一年都学科学课程所带来的弊端

  分论点2:人们不能低估兴趣的影响,特别是在大学阶段

  论述:从逼迫学生学习自己不敢兴趣课程的弊端和科学专业学生本身根本不用学习科学基础课程两个反面来进行论述

  分论点3:额外的课程会收取额外的费用并且需要额外教学资源的投入

  论述:给出两个合理的解决方案。学校可以选择出高价请新的教师或者抽调现有的部分教师来上课。

  结论:大学本身应该更注重专业课程的提升而不是一些基础课程

  范文As the so-called cradle of knowledge and talents, universities are often placed with too much expectation as if they can reshape a student into a person with omniscience after years of university study. Facts always go against the grain however. Then we can hear almost the same voice from the media, “we need a more comprehensive course structure to cover every spot of how the world functions”. Yet with a second thought, does the word really make sense, or does the society really expect university graduates to be in that way? Hopefully not. Therefore, I am fully against the idea of introducing basic science into university course system and advocate a more practical sense to view university education.

  First of all, a reasonable definition of university is a place where people can get professional knowledge in the field they choose. For the first day a student entering into the university, s/he embraces the dream to become a specialist in a specific area. With that goal rooted in mind, s/he selects major related courses, attends useful seminars or workshops, does researches about certain topics, and even reads all relative references in libraries. S/he knows every minute counts. However, just imagine the student is required to take the basic science course in the whole semester now. It is easy to see how frustrated s/he will be since all schedules and plans are disrupted, not to mention that s/he may be so indifferent about the course.

  Second, no one should underestimate the power of interest during studying, especially in the stage of university. The awakening of self-consciousness long accompanies the way of education, and people often realize their own interests when they become college students. Though it is hasty to say no one would be fond of basic science, it is really a small portion compared to the major group of students. Forcing a student who is not interested in this field to take the course means nothing but an emotion of resistance and a high rate of absenteeism. As for those who are into the world of science, the basic course seems to be unsuitable either, for it only scratches the surface.

  Last but not least, any extra courses will charge for additional tuition fees and require an investment of teaching resources. For self-financed students or households with limited budgets, tuitions have already become huge burdens. So it is not rare to see complaints about increasing tuition fees. Under such circumstance, courses like basic science should then be selective rather than compulsory, which helps to lower the pressure a little bit. As for the teaching resource, the university would either chase after qualified teaching fellows at a high expense to fill the gap of teacher-student ratio or use the current teachers with the sacrifice of class interaction. And either way can possibly achieve a win-win situation.

  In a word, though we want to foresee young people obtain more sophisticate information about the world, it is their right to choose which field to focus on. While some general courses like basic science do provide benefits to some extent, specialization is what we need to emphasize in higher education as to ensure the depth and efficiency of study.

  第27题来源:大陆话题分类:Society属性:重点预测预测题目Do you agree or disagree with the following statement? The rules that the whole societies today expect young people to follow and obey are too strict.

  第31题来源:大陆话题分类:Education属性:重点预测预测题目Do you agree or disagree with the following statement: All university students should take basic science courses regardless of their fields of study.解题思路总观点:在校大学生不用选修基本科学课程

  分论点1:大学应该是一个人们专修适合自己性格和特长专业的地方

  论述:举反例论证若大学生一年都学科学课程所带来的弊端

  分论点2:人们不能低估兴趣的影响,特别是在大学阶段

  论述:从逼迫学生学习自己不敢兴趣课程的弊端和科学专业学生本身根本不用学习科学基础课程两个反面来进行论述

  分论点3:额外的课程会收取额外的费用并且需要额外教学资源的投入

  论述:给出两个合理的解决方案。学校可以选择出高价请新的教师或者抽调现有的部分教师来上课。

  结论:大学本身应该更注重专业课程的提升而不是一些基础课程

  范文As the so-called cradle of knowledge and talents, universities are often placed with too much expectation as if they can reshape a student into a person with omniscience after years of university study. Facts always go against the grain however. Then we can hear almost the same voice from the media, “we need a more comprehensive course structure to cover every spot of how the world functions”. Yet with a second thought, does the word really make sense, or does the society really expect university graduates to be in that way? Hopefully not. Therefore, I am fully against the idea of introducing basic science into university course system and advocate a more practical sense to view university education.

  First of all, a reasonable definition of university is a place where people can get professional knowledge in the field they choose. For the first day a student entering into the university, s/he embraces the dream to become a specialist in a specific area. With that goal rooted in mind, s/he selects major related courses, attends useful seminars or workshops, does researches about certain topics, and even reads all relative references in libraries. S/he knows every minute counts. However, just imagine the student is required to take the basic science course in the whole semester now. It is easy to see how frustrated s/he will be since all schedules and plans are disrupted, not to mention that s/he may be so indifferent about the course.

  Second, no one should underestimate the power of interest during studying, especially in the stage of university. The awakening of self-consciousness long accompanies the way of education, and people often realize their own interests when they become college students. Though it is hasty to say no one would be fond of basic science, it is really a small portion compared to the major group of students. Forcing a student who is not interested in this field to take the course means nothing but an emotion of resistance and a high rate of absenteeism. As for those who are into the world of science, the basic course seems to be unsuitable either, for it only scratches the surface.

  Last but not least, any extra courses will charge for additional tuition fees and require an investment of teaching resources. For self-financed students or households with limited budgets, tuitions have already become huge burdens. So it is not rare to see complaints about increasing tuition fees. Under such circumstance, courses like basic science should then be selective rather than compulsory, which helps to lower the pressure a little bit. As for the teaching resource, the university would either chase after qualified teaching fellows at a high expense to fill the gap of teacher-student ratio or use the current teachers with the sacrifice of class interaction. And either way can possibly achieve a win-win situation.

  In a word, though we want to foresee young people obtain more sophisticate information about the world, it is their right to choose which field to focus on. While some general courses like basic science do provide benefits to some extent, specialization is what we need to emphasize in higher education as to ensure the depth and efficiency of study.

  第32题来源:大陆话题分类:Society属性:重点预测预测题目Do you agree or disagree with the following statement? The rules that the whole societies today expect young people to follow and obey are too strict.

  第36题来源:大陆话题分类:Education属性:重点预测预测题目Do you agree or disagree with the following statement: All university students should take basic science courses regardless of their fields of study.解题思路总观点:在校大学生不用选修基本科学课程

  分论点1:大学应该是一个人们专修适合自己性格和特长专业的地方

  论述:举反例论证若大学生一年都学科学课程所带来的弊端

  分论点2:人们不能低估兴趣的影响,特别是在大学阶段

  论述:从逼迫学生学习自己不敢兴趣课程的弊端和科学专业学生本身根本不用学习科学基础课程两个反面来进行论述

  分论点3:额外的课程会收取额外的费用并且需要额外教学资源的投入

  论述:给出两个合理的解决方案。学校可以选择出高价请新的教师或者抽调现有的部分教师来上课。

  结论:大学本身应该更注重专业课程的提升而不是一些基础课程

  范文As the so-called cradle of knowledge and talents, universities are often placed with too much expectation as if they can reshape a student into a person with omniscience after years of university study. Facts always go against the grain however. Then we can hear almost the same voice from the media, “we need a more comprehensive course structure to cover every spot of how the world functions”. Yet with a second thought, does the word really make sense, or does the society really expect university graduates to be in that way? Hopefully not. Therefore, I am fully against the idea of introducing basic science into university course system and advocate a more practical sense to view university education.

  First of all, a reasonable definition of university is a place where people can get professional knowledge in the field they choose. For the first day a student entering into the university, s/he embraces the dream to become a specialist in a specific area. With that goal rooted in mind, s/he selects major related courses, attends useful seminars or workshops, does researches about certain topics, and even reads all relative references in libraries. S/he knows every minute counts. However, just imagine the student is required to take the basic science course in the whole semester now. It is easy to see how frustrated s/he will be since all schedules and plans are disrupted, not to mention that s/he may be so indifferent about the course.

  Second, no one should underestimate the power of interest during studying, especially in the stage of university. The awakening of self-consciousness long accompanies the way of education, and people often realize their own interests when they become college students. Though it is hasty to say no one would be fond of basic science, it is really a small portion compared to the major group of students. Forcing a student who is not interested in this field to take the course means nothing but an emotion of resistance and a high rate of absenteeism. As for those who are into the world of science, the basic course seems to be unsuitable either, for it only scratches the surface.

  Last but not least, any extra courses will charge for additional tuition fees and require an investment of teaching resources. For self-financed students or households with limited budgets, tuitions have already become huge burdens. So it is not rare to see complaints about increasing tuition fees. Under such circumstance, courses like basic science should then be selective rather than compulsory, which helps to lower the pressure a little bit. As for the teaching resource, the university would either chase after qualified teaching fellows at a high expense to fill the gap of teacher-student ratio or use the current teachers with the sacrifice of class interaction. And either way can possibly achieve a win-win situation.

  In a word, though we want to foresee young people obtain more sophisticate information about the world, it is their right to choose which field to focus on. While some general courses like basic science do provide benefits to some extent, specialization is what we need to emphasize in higher education as to ensure the depth and efficiency of study.

  第37题来源:大陆话题分类:Society属性:重点预测预测题目Do you agree or disagree with the following statement? The rules that the whole societies today expect young people to follow and obey are too strict.

  第41题来源:大陆话题分类:Education属性:重点预测预测题目Do you agree or disagree with the following statement: All university students should take basic science courses regardless of their fields of study.解题思路总观点:在校大学生不用选修基本科学课程

  分论点1:大学应该是一个人们专修适合自己性格和特长专业的地方

  论述:举反例论证若大学生一年都学科学课程所带来的弊端

  分论点2:人们不能低估兴趣的影响,特别是在大学阶段

  论述:从逼迫学生学习自己不敢兴趣课程的弊端和科学专业学生本身根本不用学习科学基础课程两个反面来进行论述

  分论点3:额外的课程会收取额外的费用并且需要额外教学资源的投入

  论述:给出两个合理的解决方案。学校可以选择出高价请新的教师或者抽调现有的部分教师来上课。

  结论:大学本身应该更注重专业课程的提升而不是一些基础课程

  范文As the so-called cradle of knowledge and talents, universities are often placed with too much expectation as if they can reshape a student into a person with omniscience after years of university study. Facts always go against the grain however. Then we can hear almost the same voice from the media, “we need a more comprehensive course structure to cover every spot of how the world functions”. Yet with a second thought, does the word really make sense, or does the society really expect university graduates to be in that way? Hopefully not. Therefore, I am fully against the idea of introducing basic science into university course system and advocate a more practical sense to view university education.

  First of all, a reasonable definition of university is a place where people can get professional knowledge in the field they choose. For the first day a student entering into the university, s/he embraces the dream to become a specialist in a specific area. With that goal rooted in mind, s/he selects major related courses, attends useful seminars or workshops, does researches about certain topics, and even reads all relative references in libraries. S/he knows every minute counts. However, just imagine the student is required to take the basic science course in the whole semester now. It is easy to see how frustrated s/he will be since all schedules and plans are disrupted, not to mention that s/he may be so indifferent about the course.

  Second, no one should underestimate the power of interest during studying, especially in the stage of university. The awakening of self-consciousness long accompanies the way of education, and people often realize their own interests when they become college students. Though it is hasty to say no one would be fond of basic science, it is really a small portion compared to the major group of students. Forcing a student who is not interested in this field to take the course means nothing but an emotion of resistance and a high rate of absenteeism. As for those who are into the world of science, the basic course seems to be unsuitable either, for it only scratches the surface.

  Last but not least, any extra courses will charge for additional tuition fees and require an investment of teaching resources. For self-financed students or households with limited budgets, tuitions have already become huge burdens. So it is not rare to see complaints about increasing tuition fees. Under such circumstance, courses like basic science should then be selective rather than compulsory, which helps to lower the pressure a little bit. As for the teaching resource, the university would either chase after qualified teaching fellows at a high expense to fill the gap of teacher-student ratio or use the current teachers with the sacrifice of class interaction. And either way can possibly achieve a win-win situation.

  In a word, though we want to foresee young people obtain more sophisticate information about the world, it is their right to choose which field to focus on. While some general courses like basic science do provide benefits to some extent, specialization is what we need to emphasize in higher education as to ensure the depth and efficiency of study.

  第42题来源:大陆话题分类:Society属性:重点预测预测题目Do you agree or disagree with the following statement? The rules that the whole societies today expect young people to follow and obey are too strict.

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