新大英四六级作文预测:给孩子配手机

  Giving Children Cell Phones

  • 预测一外貌协会
    话题:
    对于“外貌协会”这个新鲜的词想必大家不陌生,它​是对奉行“外貌至上”理念的人的统称。
    Directions:
    ​For this part,you are allowed 30 minutes to write a short
    essay.You should start your essay with a brief description of the
    picture and then express your views on judging people with their
    appearance.You should write at least l20 words but no more than l80
    words.

在剑桥雅思中,利弊探讨题的考官范文一共给了六篇,如下:

  1.
目前越来越多的家长[微博]给孩子配手机,目的是……

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范文参考:

剑4 Test B

  2. 也会带来一些问题

​On Judging People by Their Appearances
In front of US unfolds a picture in which a selection is in
process.Some people are sitting in the auditorium and listening to the
speech given by the candidate.One of the voters is thinkin9:“His tie
is too blue.I’m voting for the other guy.”
This phenomenon can easily be found anywhere in our daily life.
Nowadays,with more interviewers putting emphasis on the appearances
of the applicants,a great majority of people believe that the
appearance is more important.But I beg to differ.Because the clothes
do not reflect what is inside the human.And what is in his mind and
his heart can’t be known by US easily. Furthermore,judging someone by
his or her external appearance can be deceptive.Judgments based on
external appearances prevent US from getting to know a person’s
nature,and are superficial and limited.
As an old saying goes,“never judge a book by its cover”.0ne’s
appearance may reflect one’s interest,but it isn’t the symbol of
one’s quality. We should never judge people merely by their
appearances.

Some people believe that children should be allowed to stay at home
and play until they are six or seven years old. Others believe that it
is important for young children to go to school as soon as possible.

  3. 你的看法

  • 预测二 钱能带来幸福吗
    话题:
    在这个社会,没钱就不能生活下去。看起来我们想要的一切都需要用钱去换取。那么,问题就来了:钱能带来幸福吗?有人说钱是幸福的根源。也有人说金钱是万恶之源,你是怎么看的呢?
    范文

What do you think are the advantages of attending school from a young
age?

  【范文】

Can money buy happiness? Various people have various answers. Some
people think that money is the source of happiness. With money, one
can buy whatever he enjoys. With money, one can do whatever he likes.
So, in their minds, money can bring comfort, security, and so on.
Money, as they think, is the source of happiness.
But there are still a lot of others who think that money is the root
of all evil. Money drives people to steal, to rob, and to break the
law. A lot of people became criminals just because they were in search
of money. And in the Western countries, there is nothing that can’t be
bought by money. Many people lose their own lives when hunting it.
I think that money is essential to life and we cannot do without
money. But even though money is necessary to life, it can’t buy
happiness. Happiness is not something that can be measured by money.
It is a state of mind. One can have plenty of money, with which he can
buy whatever he wants, and at the same time he is not happy because he
is never satisfied or he is troubled by various kinds of problems.
Therefore, although money is necessary for a happy life, it can’t buy
happiness.

剑5 Test 2

  Giving Children Cell Phones

  • 预测三 信息安全
    随着计算机技术的飞速发展,计算机信息安全问题越来越受关注。哪些信息安全事故可能导致危害,如何做到信息安全呢?
    Directions:
    For this part, you are allowed 30 minutes to write a composition on
    the topic : Information Security. You should write at least 120
    words following the outline given below in Chinese.

In some countries young people are encouraged to work or travel for
year between finishing high school and starting university studies.

  More and more children are showing up at school each September with
cell phones. Many parents buy cell phones to their children because it
is a nice safety measure. It gives those working parents a little sense
of control and security to know when their children are off campus and
on their way home.

  1. 信息安全问题日益重要
  2. 信息安全事故可能导致的危害
  3. 如何做到信息安全
    范文参考:

Discuss the advantages and disadvantages for young people who decide
to do this.

  But having a cell phone might be a problem. Parents may find
themselves facing a frightening bill at the end of the month. The
reason: chatting on the phone and sending text messages can soon become
the favorite pastime of preteens and teenagers. Worse still, cell phones
in schools can lead to classroom distractions, text-message cheating and
inappropriate photographs.

Information Security
The human beings are stepping into the information society. The
information industry develops very rapidly, so do the hackers,
trick-playing teens, exploring children, fraudsters, and serious
white-collar criminals. Thus, information security becomes an
impending important issue.
In case of information breach, the victims—–government department,
an organization or an institution, or a company will inevitably suffer
great or small loss. Government may be threatened with national
security. Companies may lose opportunities to develop new projects.
And the public’s and users’ confidence will be damaged.
Then how to deal with this issue? Technology is only a partial
solution to information security. What’s more important is that
organizations and companies should promote the awareness on
information security to its staff. However, since no system can ever
be 100 percent secure, a prevention-only approach to information
security management is not enough. Companies and organizations should
adopt a dual approach to information security management by combing
prevention and detection techniques.

剑9 Test 1

  Knowing their children can always be reached is reassuring for
parents. But before buying their child a cell phone, I think parents
should decide if the child is really capable of managing his or her own
phone. Besides, parental control must be exercised in the use of the
phone. For example, they should set limits on how long the child is
allowed to stay on the phone.

  • 预测四 手机用量
    在这个科技发展的时代几乎人人都有一部手机,手机使人们能够简单快捷地相互沟通,无论身处何地,都能马上联系同时我们可以从手机中获取很多乐趣,比如,看新闻,玩游戏,听音乐,发短信聊天。那么关于手机用量的数据你有怎样的看法呢?
    范文参考:

Some experts believe that it is better for children to begin learning
a foreign language at primary school rather than secondary school.

 

In recent years there has been a dramatic rise in the cell phones,
which are now essentialto millions of people as a convenient form of
communication. In 2004 the number reached315,000,000, with an average
annual increase at 57,500,000.
Some people can now no longer imagine life without their cell phones.
The fact that theyare so popular proves that they are useful and
convenient. Cell phones enable people toeasily and quickly communicate
with one another; wherever you are, you can instantly reachsomebody.
Cell phones eliminate the trouble of not being able to meet someone
in person,and therefore increase business’s efficiency.
Mobile phones necessarily also harbor disadvantages. The radiation
such phones emit ishazardous to one’s health. Furthermore, if people
become too reliant on the use of cell phones,our face to face skills
may decline. Any new invention has its drawbacks, and such
negativeaspects cannot always diminish its popularity. Despite the
negative effects of television, forexample, the number of people who
own televisions continues to grow at a tremendous rate.This is also
the case with mobile phones. People won’t stop eating just because of
the riskofchoking. In addition, the swift development of science and
technology will likely eliminatethe hazards cell phones may cause. One
can safely predict, therefore, that with theintroduction of new
techniques, mobile phones will have more applications and become
evenmore appealing to customers.

Do the advantages of this outweigh the disadvantages?

  • 预测五 父母帮你选职业
    You should spend about 40 minutes on this task.
    Some parents would like choosing a career for their children,what is
    your opinion about this?Why?
    You should use your own ideas of knowledge and experience and
    support your arguments with examples and relevant evidence.
    Parents generally believe it is their responsibility to plan the
    careers for their children. They claim that they know their children
    well enough to decide what kind of job suits them. Hoping that their
    children will go in for professions that will bring them the
    greatest prestige and economic benefit, many parents think that
    their children are too young to see this for themselves. There are
    some parents who even expect their children to take over the careers
    of their fathers. For these reasons, many parents insist that
    theirchildren should obey them in choosing careers.
    But many children suggest that they should be left free to choose
    their own careers. For one thing, parents and children may not share
    the same interest. A job that appeals is likely to be boring for
    their children. For another, children have been brought up in a
    different age from their parents’, and therefore, should be allowed
    to cultivate a spirit of independence and self-reliance. In short,
    children should be free to make their own decisions as to future
    careers.
    In my opinion, in this case as in many other things, mutual
    understanding is important. On the one hand, parents’ view does
    reflect theirconcern for the well-being of their children. On the
    other hand, after all it is the children who will be doing the jobs.
    Therefore, it will be wise for parents to give them this freedom
    while for the children they should consult their parents when it is
    necessary.

剑10 Test 3

Countries are becoming more and more similar because people are able
to buy the same products anywhere in the world.

Do you think this is a positive or negative development?

剑10 TestB

Some parents buy their children a large number of toys to play with.

What are the advantages and disadvantages for the child of having a
large number of toys.

具体范文:

剑4 Test B

You should spend about 40 minutes on this task.

Write about the following topic:

Some people believe that children should be allowed to stay at home
and play until they are six or seven years old. Others believe that it
is important for young children to go to school as soon as possible.

What do you think are the advantages of attending school from a young
age?

Give reasons for your answer and include any relevant examples from your
own knowledge or experience.

Write at least 250 words.

范文

In many places today, children start primary school at around the age of
six or seven. However, because it is more likely now that both parents
work, there is little opportunity for children to stay in their own home
up to that age. Instead, they will probably go to a nursery school when
they are much younger.

While some people think this may be damaging to a child’s development,
or to a child’s relationship with his or her parents, in fact there are
many advantages to having school experience at a young age.

Firstly, a child will learn to interact with a lot of different people
and some children learn to communicate very early because of this. They
are generally more confident and independent than children who stay at
home with their parents and who are not used to strangers or new
situations. Such children find their first day at school at the age of
six very frightening and this may have a negative effect on how they
learn.

Another advantage of going to school at an early age is that children
develop faster socially. They make friends and learn how to get on with
other children of a similar age. This is often not possible at home
because they are the only child, or because their brothers or sisters
are older or younger.

So overall, I believe that, attending school from a young age is good
for most children. They still spend plenty of time at home with their
parents, so they can benefit from both environments.

259 words

剑5 Test 2

You should spend about 40 minutes on this task.

Write about the following topic:

In some countries young people are encouraged to work or travel for
year between finishing high school and starting university studies.

Discuss the advantages and disadvantages for young people who decide
to do this.

Give reasons for your answer and include any relevant examples from your
own knowledge or experience.

Write at least 250 words.

范文

It is quite common these days for young people in many countries to have
a break from studying after graduating from high school. The trend is
not restricted to rich students who have the money to travel, but is
also evident among poorer students who choose to work and become
economically independent for a period of time.

The reasons for this trend may involve the recognition that a young
adult who passes directly from school to university is rather restricted
in terms of general knowledge and experience of the world. By contrast,
those who have spent some time earning a living or travelling to other
places, have a broader view of life and better personal resources to
draw on. They tend to be more independent, which is a very important
factor in academic study and research, as well as giving them an
advantage in terms of coping with the challenges of student life.

However, there are certainly dangers in taking time off at that
important age. Young adults may end up never returning to their studies
or finding it difficult to readapt to an academic environment. They may
think that it is better to continue in a particular job, or to do
something completely different from a university course. But overall, I
think this is less likely today, when academic qualifications are
essential for getting a reasonable career.

My view is that young people should be encouraged to broaden their
horizons. That is the best way for them to get a clear perspective of
what they are hoping to do with their lives and why. Students with such
a perspective are usually the most effective and motivated ones and
taking a year off may be the best way to gain this.

291 words

剑9 Test 1

You should spend about 40 minutes on this task.

Write about the following topic:

Some experts believe that it is better for children to begin learning
a foreign language at primary school rather than secondary school.

Do the advantages of this outweigh the disadvantages?

Give reasons for your answer and include any relevant examples from your
own knowledge or experience.

Write at least 250 words.

范文

Traditionally, children have begun studying foreign languages at
secondary school, but introducing them earlier is recommended by some
educationalists. This policy has been adopted by some educational
authorities or individual schools, with both positive and negative
outcomes.

The obvious argument in its favour is that young children pick up
languages much more easily than teenagers. Their brains are still
programmed to acquire their mother tongue, which facilitates learning
another language, and unlike adolescents, they are not inhibited by
self-consciousness.

The greater flexibility of the primary timetable allows for more
frequent, shorter sessions and for a play-centred approach, thus
maintaining learners’ enthusiasm and progress. Their command of the
language in later life will benefit from this early exposure, while
learning other languages subsequently will be easier for them. They may
also gain a better understanding of other cultures.

There are, however, some disadvantages. Primary school teachers are
generalists. and may not have the necessary language skills themselves.
If specialists have to be brought in to deliver these sessions, the
flexibility referred to above is diminished. If primary language
teaching is not standardised, secondary schools could be faced with a
great variety of levels in different languages within their intake,
resulting in a classroom experience which undoes the earlier gains.
There is no advantage if enthusiastic primary pupils become demotivated
as soon as they change schools. However, these issues can be addressed
strategically within the policy adopted.

Anything which encourages language learning benefits society culturally
and economically, and early exposure to language learning contributes to
this. Young children’s innate abilities should be harnessed to make
these benefits more achievable.

267 words

剑10 Test 3

You should spend about 40 minutes on this task.

Write about the following topic:

Countries are becoming more and more similar because people are able
to buy the same products anywhere in the world.

Do you think this is a positive or negative development?

Give reasons for your answer and include any relevant examples from your
own knowledge or experience.

Write at least 250 words.

范文

It is said that countries are becoming similar to each other because of
the global spread of the same products, which are now available for
purchase almost anywhere. I strongly believe that this modern
development is largely detrimental to culture and traditions worldwide.

A country’s history, language and ethos are all inextricably bound up in
its manufactured artefacts. If the relentless advance of international
brands into every corner of the world continues, these bland packages
might one day completely oust the traditional objects of a nation, which
would be a loss of richness and diversity in the world, as well as the
sad disappearance of the manifestations of a place`s character. What
would a Japanese tea ceremony be without its specially crafted teapot,
or a Fijian kava ritual without its bowl made from a certain type of
tree bark?

Let us not forget either that traditional products, whether these be
medicines, cosmetics, toys, clothes, utensils or food, provide
employment for local people. The spread of multinational products can
often bring in its wake a loss of jobs. as people turn to buying the new
brand, perhaps thinking it more glamorous than the one they are used to.
This eventually puts old-school craftspeople out of work.

Finally, tourism numbers may also be affected, as travellers become
disillusioned with finding every place just the same as the one they
visited previously. To see the same products in shops the world over is
boring, and does not impel visitors to open their wallets in the same
way that trinkets or souvenirs unique to the particular area do.

Some may argue that all people are entitled to have access to the same
products, but I say that local objects suit local conditions best, and
that faceless uniformity worldwide is an unwelcome and dreary prospect.

300 words

剑10 Test B

You should spend about 40 minutes on this task.

Write about the following topic:

Some parents buy their children a large number of toys to play with.

What are the advantages and disadvantages for the child of having a
large number of toys.

Give reasons for your answer and include any relevant examples from your
own knowledge or experience.

Write at least 250 words.

范文

It is true that many parents purchase a multitude of playthings for
their offspring. Whether or not this is a good thing for the child, is a
moot point. On the face of it the advantages seem most apparent, but
could there be a downside to this phenomenon of devoted parenting as
well?

Most people would consider children who have many toys to be the
fortunate ones. Interesting things to play with stimulate many positives
in the young boy or girl, such as optimum brain development, hand-eye
coordination and colour recognition, apart from the simple joy of
playing. Modern toys are designed to be educational as well as fun, and
concerned parents carefully select products which might speed their
child’s acquisition of numbers or the alphabet.

Is it possible that owning multiple toys could be in any way detrimental
to a child? This is an unusual question, but there are some hidden
pitfalls. For one, wealthy parents might spoil their son or daughter by
showering him/her with toys, resulting in a negative effect on the
child’s character. For another, a growing child’s concentration span may
suffer if they are constantly surrounded by too many tempting objects,
so that they become unable to focus on any one game for a decent length
of time before being distracted. On the social side, older children may
become targets of envy from classmates, if they are perceived as having
far more possessions than their peers. Finally, the majority of toys
today are made of plastic which commonly contains the chemical BPA,
proven to be dangerous for infants to suck on or ingest.

It is clear then that this situation is not as straightforward as it
first appears. It would seem that one of the many duties of parents is
to make an informed choice about how many toys they buy for their young
ones.

310 words

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