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托福独立写作难点话题思路解读和高分范文赏析:do grades encourage students to learn

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摘要:托福写作遭遇陌生话题缺乏思路是常见问题,容易影响考生发挥和心态。因此大家需要在备考中多接触各类作文话题了解写法思路,积累些高分范文经验提前做好准备。本文将带来托福写作难点话题的思路解析和高分范文赏析。(搜“小站托福”公众号,回复关键词“资讯”,掌握托福最新的考试资讯及留学信息。)

托福写作的题目类型很广涉及话题种类繁多,有些话题考生初看之下会有完全没思路不知道如何展开的困扰。为了避免大家直到考试当中才遭遇这种问题,下面小编就来分享托福写作各类难点题目的写作思路解析和高分满分范文。

托福独立写作难点话题思路解读和高分范文赏析:do grades encourage students to learn图1

托福写作难点话题一览

Do grades encourage students to learn?

Do you agree or disagree with the following statement? Grades (marks) encourage students to learn. Use specific reasons and examples to support your opinion.

写作思路展开结构分析

不同意比较好写一些。承认grades的一些意义的情况下,指出grades的众多副作用。观点:Grades do not always encourage students to learn. Grade对学生的好处:便于教学体系的整体管理。有利于学生循序渐进(follow the principle of gradual improvement)地学习。可以使学生了解自我的学习效果。 Grade带来的副作用:无情的竞争使学生们为了高分而不择手段(resort to every expedient),比如作弊 (cheat)。高分带来骄傲(arrogant; be too big for one's shoes/boots),而低分使学生灰心失望(lose hope) 甚至放弃(abandon learning motivation)。

托福独立写作难点话题思路解读和高分范文赏析:do grades encourage students to learn图2

本话题高分范文赏析

Does grade really encourage students to learn, and guarantee a qualified education? Hardly. Given the opportunity, students spend time using their intelligence to figure out how to get a higher or top grade without doing the real work of the course and without thinking, rather than spending the same time thinking and exploring, regardless of what grade this may bring them. It isn't that these students are not motivated. It's just that they're not motivated to learn as much as they're motivated to get good grades. Once one became grade-oriented in your thinking, it is difficult for him/her to stop thinking that way.

Anybody who gets top grades is, in some sense, a winner of the system. But these seeming winners are, far too often, losers of a more important game. To win the grade competition in high school, most of these "winners" learned to ask what was expected of them and then do just that. They had to make sure they got high SAT scores by memorizing endless vocabulary words and by practicing a 1001 uses of the Pythagorean Theorem. They wanted to know from their high school teachers if the material being covered on a given day was going to be on the test, because they realized early on that the test is all that matters.

When these "successes" of the system arrive in college, they, of course, have not changed their attitudes. They fear open-ended assignments. They are impatient with discussions mat are not going in any particular direction except where the interests of the discussants dictate, since they know that such discussions waste time that could have been better spent studying for a test. What these students have learned from school is the underlying message that the world is run by authorities who have definite points of view. The system has taught them that the way to get along in the world is to understand and to cater to those points of view espoused by the educational "authorities".

Cleverness pays, but disagreement does not. Such students are in the process of becoming "yes men." On the other hand, students who do less well in high school are often rebelling against curricula they see as irrelevant to their lives. This type of student judges what goes on in school according to how well it relates to his own day-to-day concerns. If algebra does not seem relevant to the problems such students face, then they see little need to pay attention to it. Under such circumstance, the school might have been able to embed algebra instruction inside a task they cared about, causing them to want to know algebra because it would help them do something they wanted to do. But schools generally don't think like this, so the conclusion drawn by many students is mat since so much is irrelevant, they might as well tune it out. These students learn to get by as well as they can, separating themselves from other kids who are willing to play the game.

托福独立写作难点话题思路解读和高分范文赏析:do grades encourage students to learn图3

以上就是小编为大家带来的托福写作难点话题思路解析和高分范文分享,希望能够给各位同学提供一些参考,帮助大家拓展写作思路,为托福写作考试做好充分准备。

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