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8月18日大作文参考范文:学生学习不需要书籍了吗?

2018-08-21 10:10     供稿单位: 新航道    

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  2018年8月18日 雅思大作文题目

  “Some people think that schools should stop teaching students by using books because students find them boring, and that children can learn from films, TV, video games and computer instead. To what extent do you agree or disagree? Give reasons for your answer and include any relevant examples from your own knowledge or experience.

 

 

  解析&审题

  似曾相识燕归来!

  在现代社会,学生可以从网络方便快捷地获取信息,那么还要书籍干什么呢?

 

  这个题目,各位烤鸭是不是觉得很熟悉?现在有一种观点,有了网络,我们简直无所不能,其他什么都不需要了:不需要去商店了,不需要博物馆了,不需要旅游了,不需要坐车去上班了,不需要学校了,不需要老师了......这些观点在雅思考试作文中都出现过,唐老师先带大家看看:

 

  2016.8.4

  Some people think it's necessary to travel abroad to learn about other countries. However, other people think that it is not necessary to travel abroad because all the information can be seen at TV and the Internet.Discuss both opinions and give your own opinion. 【不需要旅游了】

 

  2014.10.18

  It is not necessary to travel to other places to learn about other cultures. We can learn from books, films and internet. To what extent do you agree or disagree? 【不需要旅游了】

 

  2014.4.26

  People can work and study on the Internet without going to school or the company. Do the

  advantages outweigh its disadvantages? 【不需要去上学,不需要去上班了】

 

  2013.7.18

  In modern society, it is possible to go shopping, work and communicate via the Internet without face-to-face contact with one another. To what extent do you think this is a positive or negative development? 【不需要去购物,去上班,面对面交流了】

 

  2012.1.12

  Some people think government should build public libraries in every town. Others believe it is a waste of money because we can get information via internet at home. Discuss both views. 【不需要图书馆了】

 

  2010.12.4

  Museums are getting less important, when people can have access to information on the Internet. To what extent do you agree or disagree? 【不需要博物馆了】

 

 

  2010.5.15

  Some people think that computers and the Internet are more important to a child's education than going to school. However, others believe that schools and teachers are essential for children to learn effectively. Discuss both views and give your own opinion. 【不需要学校和老师了】

 

  不难看出,这些题目有一个共同思维模式:有了网络,我们就可以获取各种知识和信息,因此传统的那些知识和信息传播方式都可以抛弃了。那么,就这类题目,我们应该看到双面性:一方面,现代信息科技的确丰富了我们信息获取的路径,让信息获取变得更加便捷容易,但是信息科技并不能取代书籍、学校、图书馆、博物馆,乃至旅游、购物,原因有三:

 

  (1)网络信息庞杂,来源不明,以讹传讹很多,因此不是很可靠(unreliable);

  (2)网络信息零碎(fragmented),流于肤浅(superficial),因此不是很系统(systematic);

  (3)网络毕竟是冷冰冰的技术,缺乏人与人交流的温度(warmth),而实地旅游、购物、上学、上班、去博物馆、图书馆会带来一种人际体验(interpersonal contact),而人际体验是我们人生的重要组成部分(interpersonal contact is an important part of our life’s experience)。

 

  老师笔记

  01

  An increasing number of schools acknowledge the growing influence of technology and have responded by teaching students through films, TV, video games and computer instead of books on paper. Without downplaying the many advantages of learning from screens, there are significant consequences todiscounting the value of leaning from books.

 

  越来越多的学校认识到技术的影响越来越大,并通过电影、电视、电子游戏和电脑来教育学生,而不是纸质的书。从屏幕学习的确有诸多优势,但若对从书本中学习的价值认识不足,会产生很大的影响。

 

  解析

  (1) 开头引出话题,并表明态度:传统的书是有价值的。

  (2) an increasing number of... 越来越多的......

  (3) acknowledge 承认

  (4) downplay 贬低

  (5) discount 打折扣

 

  02

  To begin with, there is a popular assumption that schools should stop teaching students by using books because young people find books boring. Schools in general are motivated to increase screen use across every subject area in the academic curriculum. It is also assumed that students’ preference for screens rather than books would translate into better learning outcomes. Like it or not, the proliferation of screens is here to stay, so schools need to get on board and accept that.

 

  首先,人们普遍认为学校应该停止用书本来教学生,因为年轻人觉得书很无聊。多数学校现在都乐于在课表中的所有科目中都增加屏幕的使用。人们还认为,学生对屏幕而不是书本的偏爱会转化为更好的学习效果。不管你喜不喜欢,屏幕的推广和普及已经存在,所以学校需要跟上时代步伐接受这一事实。

 

  解析

  (1) 本段讨论为什么很多学校使用电子手段来教学的原因,是学生觉得书籍很无聊,第二是很多人认为电子教学效果更好

  (2) assumption 假设

  (3) motivate 使......有动力

  (4) preference 偏好

  (5) translate into... 转化为......

  (6) like it or not 无论喜欢与否

  (7) proliferation 扩散

 

  03

  However, the use of books at schools is down but not out. Although new forms of classroom technology like digital textbooks are more accessible and portable, it would be wrong to assume  that students are automatically better served by digital reading just because they prefer it. Research suggests that overall comprehension may be better for print versus digital reading, which means that schools should not underestimate the value of using books even in an increasingly digital world. In this respect, teachers could make students aware that their ability to comprehend the texts may be influenced by the medium they choose, but there is no benefit in selecting screens over books. There are reasons to go paperless, of course; but there is clearly something significant that would be lost with print’s demise.

 

  然而,学校使用书虽然不再主导,却不会消失。尽管像数字教材这样的新形式的课堂技术更容易获取,更便于携带,但如果仅仅因为学生喜欢就认为电子阅读自然对学生更有益,那就错了。研究表明,相对于电子阅读,用书对整体理解力可能会更好,这意味着即使在一个日益数字化的世界里,学校也不应该低估使用书籍的价值。在这方面,教师可以让学生意识到他们理解课文的能力可能受到其选择的媒介的影响,而选择屏幕而不是书籍并不益处。当然,无纸化是有理由的,但随着印刷书的消亡,有些重要的东西很明显也会失去。

 

  解析

  (1) 本段讨论印刷书不可能完全消失的原因。

  (2) down but not out 垂而不死;死而不僵

  (3) accessible 可以使用的;可以获得的

  (4) portable 便携式的

  (5) underestimate 低估

  (6) demise (=death)消亡

 

  04

  In conclusion, for school children, the benefits of learning from screens are obvious, nevertheless it is important not to entirelyexclude learning from print materials. Books could be boring sometimes, so are screens. After all, there should always be a place for print in students’ academic lives—no matter how technologically savvy they become.

 

  总之,对学童来说,从屏幕上学习的好处是显而易见的,然而,不把印刷材料完全排除在学习之外也很重要。有些书可能很无聊,但屏幕也同样如此。无论如何,在学生的学习生涯中,书籍总应该占一席之地--无论他们在技术上有多精通。

 

  解析

  (1) 总结本文观点:通过电子手段来学习有优势,但不能完全没有印刷的书。

  (2) exclude 排除

  (3) savvy 精明的;精通的

 

  本范文中可背诵的句子

  1. An increasing number of schools acknowledge the growing influence of technology and have responded by teaching students through films, TV, video games and computer instead of books on paper.

  越来越多的学校认识到技术的影响越来越大,并通过电影、电视、电子游戏和电脑来教育学生,而不是纸质的书。

 

  2. To begin with, there is a popular assumption that schools should stop teaching students by using books because young people find books boring.

  首先,人们普遍认为学校应该停止用书本来教学生,因为年轻人觉得书很无聊。

 

  3. Research suggests that overall comprehension may be better for print versus digital reading, which means that schools should not underestimate the value of using books even in an increasingly digital world.

  研究表明,相对于电子阅读,用书对整体理解力可能会更好,这意味着即使在一个日益数字化的世界里,学校也不应该低估使用书籍的价值。

 

  4. After all, there should always be a place for print in students’ academic lives—no matter how technologicallysavvy they become.

  无论如何,在学生的学习生涯中,书籍总应该占一席之地--无论他们在技术上有多精通。

 

  7分范文

  An increasing number of schools acknowledge the growing influence of technology and have responded by teaching students through films, TV, video games and computer instead of books on paper. Without downplaying the many advantages of learning from screens, there are significant consequences to discounting the value of leaning from books.

 

  To begin with, there is a popular assumption that schools should stop teaching students by using books because young people find books boring. Schools in general are motivated to increase screen use across every subject area in the academic curriculum. It is also assumed that students’ preference for screens rather than books would translate into better learning outcomes. Like it or not, the proliferation of screens is here to stay, so schools need to get on board and accept that.

 

  However, the use of books at schools is down but not out. Although new forms of classroom technology like digital textbooks are more accessible and portable, it would be wrong to assume  that students are automatically better served by digital reading just because they prefer it. Research suggests that overall comprehension may be better for print versus digital reading, which means that schools should not underestimate the value of using books even in an increasingly digital world. In this respect, teachers could make students aware that their ability to comprehend the texts may be influenced by the medium they choose, but there is no benefit in selecting screens over books. There are reasons to go paperless, of course; but there is clearly something significant that would be lost with print’s demise.

 

  In conclusion, for school children, the benefits of learning from screens are obvious, nevertheless it is important not to entirely exclude learning from print materials. Books could be boring sometimes, so are screens. After all, there should always be a place for print in students’ academic lives—no matter how technologically savvy they become.

 (320 words)

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