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2013年6月16日GRE写作真题解析(张俊)

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  首先先说下6月16日GRE写作考到的题目如下:

  1. ISSUE

  37. Society should identify those children who have special talents and provide training for them at an early age to develop their talents.

  社会应该甄别那些天资聪颖的孩子,并且年幼的时候就开始提供训练培养它们的才能。

  Write a response in which you discuss the extent to which you agree or disagree with the recommendation and explain your reasoning for the position you take. In developing and supporting your position, describe specific circumstances in which adopting the recommendation would or would not be advantageous and explain how these examples shape your position.

  点评:这道题目不算高频,难度当然也不算高,正反面还是比较容易展开的。下面是简单的解析

  此题涉及到天才教育方面的知识,可参考作文大讲堂的相关要点如下:

  Gifted education is a broad term for special practices, procedures and theories used in the education of children who have been identified as gifted or talented. Programs providing such education are sometimes called Gifted and Talented Education (GATE) or Talented and Gifted (TAG) programs. Youths are sometimes identified as gifted by placing highly on certain standardized tests, although sole reliance on this method is often considered inappropriate, and educators are shifting towards broader means of identification. In order to preclude tracking or gate keeping, programs of gifted education often use the student's interest, parental request, and teacher's recommendations as additional criteria for entry.

  Gifted programs are often cut when budgets are tight, partly because they are seen as a luxury, which suggests that they continue to have modest political support in many communities. The history of gifted education in the US, however, shows continued support from national policy-makers since the mid-twentieth century.

  具体的攻击可以先抑后扬:

  (1). The decision to identify children itself is inadvisable. 每个人都有选择自主的权力,不能因为大人认为他们在某方面容易成功而牺牲掉自己的爱好跟抉择。

  (a) For those who are considered to be prodigies, due to their immaturity, their might become self-complacent and thus take it for granted that they could make achievements without efforts because of their special talents.

  (b) For those who are not considered to be prodigies, they might regard themselves as unpromising ones and hence give up the chance to be outstanding in their adulthood.

  (c) 可能会缺乏全面教育,心理出问题,或最后变平庸。

  (d) Having little time to play as other children and thus are deprived of the happiness and easiness of normal life.交往圈局限在聪明的人中,难以了解平凡人的生活和优点,产生偏见 没有正常的童年

  (2) 不可否认,有些神童的确是在小时候开始培养的。例如莫扎特和贝多芬。但是这是建立在识别神童、培养及其自身努力的共同基础之上。

  54. In order to become well-rounded individuals, all college students should be required to take courses in which they read poetry, novels, mythology, and other types of imaginative literature.为了成为全面发展的个体,应该要求所有的大学生选择可以阅读诗歌、小说、神话等想象力文学的课程。

  Write a response in which you discuss the extent to which you agree or disagree with the recommendation and explain your reasoning for the position you take. In developing and supporting your position, describe specific circumstances in which adopting the recommendation would or would not be advantageous and explain how these examples shape your position.

  点评:这道题难度一般。下面是作文大讲堂中的素材:

  1. 为什么要学习文学

  The world of literature has a wealth of knowledge we can learn from and if we take the time to study and analyze what we read, we have access to some interesting points of views. This information can give us access to many different aspects, from first-hand accounts of history, their personal understanding of the world and even a different take on the philosophy and culture we live by and in. While it's important to remember that what we read is in the view point of someone else, this bias view can help us redefine or strengthen ourselves.

  2. 现实中想象力的作用

  Imagination is an experimental partition of the mind used to create theories and ideas based on functions. Taking objects from real perceptions, the imagination uses complex IF-functions to create new or revised ideas. This part of the mind is vital to developing better and easier ways to accomplish old and new tasks. These experimented ideas can be safely conducted inside a virtual world and then, if the idea is probable, and the function is true, the idea can be actualized in reality. Imagination is the key to new development of the mind and can be shared with others, progressing collectively.

  3. 想象力的定义

  Imagination refers to the process of forming in the mind new images which have not been previously experienced, or at least only partially or in different combinations. Some typical examples are: fairy tale, fiction, and a form of verisimilitude often invoked in fantasy and science fiction invites readers to pretend such stories are true by referring to objects of the mind such as fictional books that do not exist apart from an imaginary world.

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