2016年5月7日托福写作预测

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  环球教育托福考试今天为大家带来了2016年5月7日托福考试写作预测

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  1. Do you agree or disagree with the following statement? It is better for children to work with others as a team than to work on their own.

  Working cooperatively has lots of benefits on team members, even for children. Thus, some people believe that it is better to create opportunities for children to work with others than to work on their own. I totally agree with this statement for the following reasons.

  To begin with, children could learn how to communicate and negotiate with others through working in groups; the ability of cooperating with others is beneficial for children’s future study and work. While working in groups, children will need to persuade others and sometimes make a compromise when they hold different ideas from others. During this process, they could develop their ability of expressing ideas effectively in a convincing way. Also, they will learn the importance of keeping an open mind and giving up their own ideas when in need. This ability of cooperation will be beneficial for both study and work in the future.

  Moreover, through working in groups, children will not feel lonely. In my home country, since the implementation of the One Child Policy, most families could only bear one child. Many kids already feel lonely with no brothers and sisters to play with. Working alone all the time is definitely harmful for children’s personal development. However, if they could have the opportunity to work together with others, no matter how difficult their task is, they will feel supported by their peers.

  In addition, working in groups could cultivate children’s critical thinking ability. As we all know, every individual’s ideas are limited by their own vision and experience. Thus when working on one’s own, he or she might omit some details of be confined in their own patterns of thinking. On the contrary, working in groups enables children to learn from as well as criticize each other, and therefore to broaden their visions and stimulate critical thinking ability.

  Based on the above discussion, for children, working cooperatively with others could benefit them in different ways compared to working alone. Children could develop their communication skills and critical thinking ability without feeling lonely.

  2. Most of the parents at sometimes find disapproval of the ways teachers are teaching their children. It’s not suggested for the parents to express their disapproval to the teachers. Do you agree?

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  Today, more and more parents are willing to get involved in their children’s education. They participate in teacher-parents conferencing, monitor their children’s learning process, and go to campus tour with their children, to name a few. Sometimes, parents find disapproval of the methods that teachers use in classrooms. In this situation, should they express their opinions to the teachers? I do not believe so.

  To begin with, I don’t think that most parents have the knowledge of which types of teaching methods are appropriate in different types of classrooms. When deciding how to group students and how to adopt various types of activities, teachers need to take a lot of factors into consideration, such as the number of students in one classroom, students’ learning styles, and student’s motivation, among other factors. This decision-making process is extremely complex, and parents who are not professionals in the field of education might just focus on their subjective feelings towards the teachers’ ways of teaching. Obviously, those feelings are not reliable in many cases. Therefore, it is inappropriate for parents to express their disapproval to the teachers.

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