雅思听力“assignment”是怎样的?

雅思听力“assignment”是怎样的?

雅思听力作业(assignment)情景剖析

1,作业前的提前准备:

依据作业的不一样规定,学生必须做一些提前准备工作中(preparation work).学生能够去图书管阅览材料来找寻设计灵感,或是依据老师的必读书(booklist)查看材料,如刊物(journal)、文学类回望(literature review)、教材(reference books)等.这里能够把作业情景和图书管情景作一个融合.或许,写毕业论文最好是有一手材料才有感染力,因此学生必须做调查报告(research/survey/study)来搜集材料和信息(data/material collection),搜集信息的方式关键有调查问卷(questionnaire)、社情民意调查(poll)和访谈(interview),访谈又可细分化为零距离的访谈(face- to-face interview)和电話访谈(telephone interview).搜集了信息内容后必须开展解析(analysis),有时候解析信息必须采用独特的手机软件,学生将会会向老师或是电子计算机管理中心的工作员寻求帮助.

依据统计分析,考试真题中出現的该类题型有:剑桥大学四 Test 2 Section 3中三个学生讨论作业的关键点难题,包含作业的三个一部分:essay、small- scale study和report,每章文章内容的篇幅;搜集信息的方式questionnaire和interview的较为;必须找的书藉名字(title)、创作者(author)、开发商(publisher)及其出版发行年代(year of publication).

2,作业中的讨论:

在做作业时学生将会会遇到各种各样难题,有时候会与同学讨论,有时候会向老师求助.比如剑桥大学六 Test 2 Section 3考得的是老师对学生毕业论文的指导.一方面,老师对学生的明确创作总体目标开展确定,并强调应当改动的层面.另一方面,针对下一步必须进行的每日任务老师也给了实际的提议.

有时候作业较为独特,必须开展参观考察(field trip),相对讨论到的內容会依据实际必须调查的目标进行.如托福机经V30080 Section 3提到观查鲨鱼的话题(observation of whales),学生讨论在观查中必须纪录的內容,如观查時间(watch time)、海平面状况(state of the sea)、可见度(visibility),鲨鱼的个人行为(behavior of the whales),最终再讨论鲨鱼的形状,并与所给图型开展相匹配.那样的话题更灵便,也更趣味,学生还能从初中到许多课余专业知识.

3,作业后的小结:

作业进行后,学生对老师给的成绩不令人满意,能够向其投诉,老师将会会挤时间给学生做一个指导(tutorial),协助学生小结作业中反映的各种各样难题和启发.比如剑桥大学五 Test 2 Section 3,老师对学生做的video project做一个小结,协助学生了解自己学得的內容及其存在的不足.有时候学生做了工作组作业(group work)还需在班中做一个presentation来展现自身的科研成果,和此话题有关的题型能够和作业讨论融合,还可以单独变成一个考试题.比如剑桥大学七 Test 4 Section 3就讲来到2个学生对presentation的提前准备.实际出現的信息内容有presentation的延迟时间,提出问题時间;依据话题必须在presentation中包括的內容;别的辅助软件的提前准备如投影机(overhead projector)中地图(map)等.

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发表于 2019-12-12

雅思听力原文

[00:45.60]So, have you worked out how to deal with this assignment then?
[00:49.23]MICK:Not yet, we've only been here a couple of minutes ourselves.
[00:52.58]ROSA:Can you just remind me what the task is exactly?
[00:55.66]PETE:Well, there are two, no, three, parts to it: first, we've got to write an essay about ways of collecting data.
[01:04.20]Then ...
[01:04.83]ROSA:What's the title of the essay exactly?
[01:07.29]MICK:I've got it here: ‘Assess the two main methods of collecting data in social science research’.
[01:13.92]ROSA:And how much do we need to write?
[01:16.53]MICK:Fifteen hundred words.
[01:18.48]That's for the essay.
[01:19.49]Then, for the second part of the assignment, we have to choose one method of data collection, and 'carry out a small-scale study, making appropriate use of the method chosen to gather data from at least five subjects'.
[01:32.26]ROSA:And then we have to write a report on the study?
[01:34.90]PETE:That's right, of three to four thousand words.
[01:37.27]ROSA:Did you get as far as discussing which form of data collection we should go for - questionnaire or interview , isn't it?
[01:44.84]MICK:Yeah.
[01:45.41]I think we should use a questionnaire.
[01:47.29]It'll be so much less time-consuming than organising interviews,I reckon.
[01:50.46]Once we've agreed on the wording of it, we only have to send it out and wait for the responses.
[01:55.54]ROSA:Yes.
[01:56.83]I think it probably would be quicker.
[01:58.80]But what did that article he gave us last week say about the quality of data from questionnaires?
[02:05.29]MICK:I'm pretty sure it recommended questionnaires as a source of ‘highly reliable data’.
[02:10.38]As long as you design the questionnaire properly in the first place, the data will be fine.
[02:14.74]ROSA:No.
[02:15.60]I'm sure it talked about drawbacks as well, didn't it?
[02:18.96]Something about the response rate and the problems you get if it's too low.
[02:23.22]MICK:Yeah but we only need data from five subjects anyway.
[02:27.31]ROSA:I suppose so.
[02:28.66]Another drawback I remember it mentioned was that questionnaire data tends not to reveal anything unexpected, because it is limited to the questions fixed in advance by the researcher.
[02:40.21]MICK:Come on, ROSA.
[02:41.43] This is only a practice.
[02:42.91]It's not meant to be real research, is it?
[02:46.24]ROSA:Well.
[02:47.39]I'm not sure about that.
[03:24.98]ROSA:Maybe I'd belter go through the article again, just to be sure.
[03:28.49]Can you remember what it was called?
[03:30.61]MICK:'Sample Surveys in Social Science Research", I think.
[03:35.11] By Mehta.
[03:36.96]ROSA:M-E-H-T-A?
[03:39.49]MICK:Yeah.
[03:41.00] And he also recommended a more recent book, called 'Survey Research', by Bell, I think.
[03:47.18]It's in that series published by London University.
[03:50.17]PETE:And if we tried to use interviews instead.
[03:53.33]I saw a book in the departmental library that'll be helpful: it's called 'Interviews That Work', by Wilson, published in Oxford in nineteen eighty-eight.
[04:03.42]ROSA:Right.
[04:04.79] I've got a tutorial now.
[04:06.91]Can we meet up again later this week?
[04:09.52]What about Friday morning?
[04:10.89]PETE:Suits me.
[04:11.85] Eleven o'clock?
[04:12.95]ROSA:: Fine.
[04:14.60]MICK:Before Friday, I think we should all look through the reading list.

发表于 2019-12-12
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