雅思口语话题“科学课”是怎样的?

雅思口语话题“科学课”是怎样的?

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题型

Describe a science lesson that you had in school or university.

You should say:

  • when you attended this lesson

  • where you attended this lesson

  • how you learned it

and explain what you learned.

Boiling Frog 青蛙效应

how you learned it

  • The boiling frog story states that a frog can be boiled alive if the water is heated slowly enough — it is said that if a frog is placed in boiling water, it will jump out, but if it is placed in cold water that is slowly heated, it will never jump out.

  • If you put the frog in cold water and slowly increase the temperature--slowly boil the water, the frog will be cooked without trying to jump out.

  • They say that if you put a frog into a pot of boiling water, it will leap out right away to escape the danger. But, if you put a frog in a kettle that is filled with water that is cool and pleasant, and then you gradually heat the kettleuntil it starts boiling, the frog will not become aware of the threat until it is too late. The frog's survival instincts are geared towards detecting sudden changes.

explain what you learned

  • The story is often used as a metaphor for the inability of people to react to important changes that occur gradually.

  • Life happens gradually. Like the frog, we can be fooled, and suddenly it’s too late. We need to be aware of what is happening.

  • This is a story that is used to illustratehow people might get themselves into terrible trouble. This parable is often used to illustrate how humans have to be careful to watch slowly changing trends in the environment, not just the sudden changes. Its a warning to keep us paying attention not just to obvious threats but to more slowly developing ones.

  • An example: Let's say that every year, the local well had an inch less of water in it. A person might realize there's a problem if there's suddenly NO water, but a slowly dropping level might not be an obvious crisis until it's too late!

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发表于 2020-01-05

雅思口语话题“科学课”剖析

P2

Describe a subject of science that you are interested in.

You should say:

What branch of science it is

When you studied it

How you studied it

And explain why you are interested in it

P3

Is science an important subject in your school?

In what ways do people learn about science?

Do men learn science faster than women?

Is science popular in your country?

分析

题型规定学生叙述“一门很感兴趣的科学课”.做答关键点包含:这门课程从归属于社会科学的哪家行业;你一直在何时学习培训的这门课程;你也是怎样学习这门课程的;为何对这门课程很感兴趣.

范文

My favorite subject of science back in high school was Chemistry, a branch of physical science that studies the composition, structure, properties and changes of matters.

In China, Chemistry is a compulsory course for third-year junior high school students and all senior high school students. I started to learn Chemistry at my last year in junior high, and fell in love with it as I got to know more about it.

In high school, most students in my class were apt to learn Chemistry by doing numerous quizzes, some even by rote. I, instead, took a unique approach of learning it. Before each Chemistry class, I would clear out my mind, get fully prepared for the lesson and do my best in class to find out about the common laws of reaction among types of atoms and molecules. Whenever I came across something rather hard for me to understand, I would go ask my Chemistry teacher, Mr. Chow, for help, or search on the Internet about the problems I don’t quite understand, trying to get them solved by myself. Besides, I loved watching videos focusing on some cutting-edge scientific discoveries, most of which often included some compelling stories about the Chemistry scientists I was going to learn in my textbook. Apart from those hard efforts, I also tried to engross myself in all kinds of chemical experiments as long as I was available, making the best of my spare time to learn more about how matters react to each other in the Lab.

Oh and, speaking of the reason why I find Chemistry rather interesting, there is something I have to mention about. Well, in one of my Chemistry classes back in senior high, I was somehow fascinated by the structure, shape, and color of the chemical our teacher brought to us that day. ‘How come I never saw this beautiful thing before. How did it come into being?’ I thought to myself. Ever since then, my zest for Chemistry has been ignited. I guess it’s fair to say that I am someone very much wants to delve into, and unveil the myth of Chemistry.

发表于 2020-01-05
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