Before you start writing, you should write down ideas and examples that you can use as you write, Arrange the ideas and examples into each paragraph accordingly. This can be considered the most important.
Remember, a good writer knows when to start and where to end.
When brainstorming ideas, look at the topic from different perspectives. For example, if the problem is about wearing a student’s uniform (whether students should wear uniforms at school), look at the problem from a social, economic, cultural and spiritual perspective. Don’t just rely on your own personal views and impose problems.
Synthesize ideas, choose the priority to write, and make an appropriate outline. If the problem is difficult, try to find examples related to the problem and then name the examples that come to mind.
Finding ideas for Task 2 is very important, and it determines a huge score. Here are some topics, accompanied by vocabulary and related ideas (topic specific vocabulary) that you can refer to:
Take a look at the example below:
Families who send their children to private schools should not be required to pay taxes that support the state education system.
Some ideas for ‘completely disagree’ answers:
● difficult to calculate the taxreduction
● more government staff would be required for this process
● we all pay for public services that we may not need egpolice
● poorer people would pay more tax than wealthy people
● state schools benefit the whole ofsociety
● high quality state education leads to equal opportunities for all
● a well-educated workforce is the key to a prosperousnation
● companies need educationstaff
● we should all be happy to contribute to publicservices
After brainstorming, we will group ideas and arrange them into 2 body paragraphs. In the end, we have two main ideas:
1. Reasons why we think the idea would not work, or would be unfair.
2. Reasons why everyone should pay taxes that support state education.
More and more students are choosing to study at colleges and universities in a foreign country. Do the benefits of studying abroad outweigh the drawbacks?
Benefits of studying abroad:
● Many students travel abroad to study at a prestigiousuniversity.
● The best universities faculty lecturers who are experts in their fields.
● Qualifications gained abroad can open doors to better job opportunities.
● Living in a foreign country can broaden students’horizons.
● Overseas students are exposed to different cultures and customs.
● They can immerse themselves in alanguage.
Drawbacks of studying abroad:
● Living away from home can bechallenging.
● Students have problems with paperwork such as visa applications.
● The language barrier can causedifficulties.
● Students have to find accommodation and paybills.
● Many students feel homesick and miss theirfamilies.
● Some students experience cultureshock.