Chủ đề GIÁO DỤC [IELTS Writing Task 2 – Bài mẫu]


Một số nội dung thường gặp trong chủ đề giáo dục: 

  • Vấn đề và hướng giải quyết cho sự phát triển giáo dục;
  • Quan điểm về việc đi du học;
  • Ảnh hưởng của thầy cô và ba mẹ đến trẻ;
  • Quan điểm về việc học cao học (thạc sĩ, tiến sĩ);
  • Ảnh hưởng của giáo dục giới tính/chế độ giáo dục dạy chung cho nam và nữ.

Bài mẫu 1 – Computer skill [Dạng Agree/Disagree]

Writing, reading and maths are the three major subjects. Some people think that computer skill should be added as a fourth subject. What extent do you agree or disagree?

Bài mẫu số 01 chủ đề Computer skill 

It is argued that computer skills should be added to the school curriculum alongside traditional core subjects, namely writing, reading and maths. I strongly agree with this view for the following reasons.

First, reading skill is of paramount importance to a child’s success. The comprehension of written words equip an individual the ability to understand what is read, and therefore he or she can pursue any area of life that they are interested in. Similarly, people with good writing skills are generally associated as more credible, more capable than those who frequently has typos and grammatical errors. The intrinsic value of literacy skills is to ensure effective communication in our daily lives. Secondly, compulsory algebra courses in the education system would nurture reasoning, analytical thinking which prepare our mind for real problems in life.

On the other hand, there are a multitude of reasons why the introduction of computer studies at school is crucial in the era of information technology. Given the enormous amount of valuable material and knowledge available on the Internet, only when one is well-acquainted with basic digital skills, can they take advantage of the countless information resources worldwide. Lack of fundamental computer skills could be easily classified as the biggest culprit behind that cause one individual to lag behind their peers. In addition, proficiency in office-based applications such as Word, Powerpoint and Excel is one of the essential prerequisites if one aspires to thrive in the modern-day workplace. In other words, primary computer-related skills are inextricably linked with career progression as well as keeping apace with the surrounding world.

In conclusion, as computer skill is an eligibility criterion for almost all the modern-day jobs, it should be listed as a required subject along with literacy and numeracy skills.

Từ vựng và ngữ pháp trong bài

Từ khóa: traditional, subjects, computer, skill

Từ đồng nghĩa, trái nghĩa

  • traditional = conventional
  • subject = field of study
  • computer skill = IT skill = computer literacy
  • skill = competence = capability

Bài mẫu số 02 chủ đề Computer skill (Band 9) 

Throughout the whole period of the human history reading, writing and maths have composed the core subjects of the school curriculum. Whereas, the discovery of the high technological devices has caused the necessity of possessing computer skills as well. I am entirely sure that nowadays children are obliged to gain appropriate knowledge in the sphere of the high technologies for a number of noticeable reasons.

To begin with, the more the world develops, the more demanded the profession of IT programmers become. Nobody would deny, that these days such specialities are the most well-paid jobs in the labour market. Providing an individual dream of a prosperous life, then he should undoubtedly get familiar with the initial steps of computer knowledge from an early age. The most salient example is the recent survey of the Oxford University, which found that more than 50% of the current successful programmers had started introducing the programmes HTML or JavaScript since the first years of school.

Alongside it, computer and the Internet definitely play a crucial role in the educational system of any country. They afford not only a huge range of information for students, but also provide a variety of teaching methods for teachers. For example, how can one manage to prepare an influential presentation without a screen, a keyboard and the Internet? Apart from this, to some extent, computers these days replace the books and the stationery, thus, mostly saving the time. In detail, if a few decades ago writing a scientific essay would take weeks of searching information in encyclopedias or other diverse sources, now the time of finding the appropriate issues declined significantly due to the high technologies.

In conclusion, including computer knowledge in the school curricular program is undoubtedly beneficial for students, as long as it provides a more perspective of career success in the long run and makes the educational process more effective.

Bài mẫu số 03 chủ đề Computer skill (Band 8) 

We can’t imagine the world without the computers anymore. They became part and parcel of our lives since the beginning of their introduction. Once considered a sophisticated skill set, computer skills, nowadays became indispensable. We are seeing these technical literacy as a mandatory subject added to the curriculum as early as beginning primary education. I strongly advocate the necessity to consider computer literacy as a fourth skill and should definitely be added to the education system.

Firstly, the fundamental communication process has been completely shifted from conventional methods like mail, telegram, newspapers to email, SMS, and digitalised news accessed through computing devices. This emphasizes the imperative need for the related literacy right from the childhood. For example, in order to apply for a job these days, we need to have an email along with a digitalised CV as mandatory, so that employers can communicate with potential candidates seeking the employment as quickly as possible.

On the other hand, to perform basic day to day tasks including but not limited to, shopping, banking, buying flight tickets and book hotel online, these skills are essential. For example, in the instance of transferring funds between bank accounts, it used to take days, if not weeks. However, it is almost instantaneous these days when it comes to money transfers. This is only possible with the introduction of these super computing devices. Hence, it demands individuals to be equipped with this technical familiarity.

To conclude, we can’t imagine everyday life without the understanding of how to operate these smart devices as they are embedded in each one’s life so deeply. Over the period of time these skills emerged as essential and mandatory for the human way of life. Hence, I strongly support the idea of adding computer skills to the core subjects we learn during our education.

Bài mẫu 2 – Teacher and other sources [Dạng Agree/Disagree]

Students learn far more with their teachers than other sources (internet or television), To what extent do you agree or disagree?

The dominance of the Internet technology has brought about drastic changes in almost every aspect of our life, including education. While some people argue that teachers remain the most important factor contributing to student achievement, I am more convinced that students can gain more knowledge through novel learning sources such as the Internet or television.

To start with, regarded as the global data warehouse, the Internet offers an enormous amount of knowledge for just about every subject known to man, ranging from arts, history to archeology and astronomy, the lists is simply endless. Thanks to the usefulness of the information available, motivated self-learners can access a wealth of material straight from respectable university sources. Realistically, one can probably find almost anything he wishes to know on the World wide web. Whereas, rigid school curriculum is likely to keep students from realizing their great individual potential. In fact, the needs and learning styles of each student are so varied that a standardized curriculum will not work.

On the other hand, supporters of traditional learning environment would argue that the presence of qualified teachers is of paramount importance in helping students acquire knowledge in a systematic way. However, there is mounting evidence that students are becoming alienated and bored by traditional teaching methods. In stark contrast, digital learning tools help every student learn at the best pace and path for them. The opportunity to customize learning sequences for each student will make education more productive. Moreover, by incorporating both visual and audio contents, online learning would provide a more engaging and dynamic experience for students of all ages. Eventually, better engagement would lead to productivity and improved motivation.

In conclusion, with the advent of the world wide web, teachers are no longer the only guidance for students. Self-motivated learners can obtain far more from online resources, and customize the materials to fit their interest and learning style.

Bài mẫu 3 – Stay at school untill 18 [Dạng Agree/Disagree]

Everyone should stay at school until 18. To what extent do you agree or disagree?

Bài mẫu số 01 chủ đề stay at school untill 18 

It is said that all children should continue schooling until the age of eighteen. While this policy may prove to be beneficial to a certain extent, I hold the view that it is not fit for all.

To begin with, there are a number of apparent reasons for keeping school leaving age to eighteen. First, it is of paramount importance to equip youngsters with fundamental life skills and knowledge so that they can enter the workforce as highly-qualified candidates. Working at an early age, albeit providing valuable hands-on experience, is likely to deter kids from pursuing higher education. In fact, without the proper education and training, rarely could children under eighteen make right career decisions as well as possess appropriate skill sets to negotiate higher base salary. Moreover, teenage years are theoretical milestones of adolescents’ development in shaping their personality traits. Thus, only by staying in education under the guidance and orientation of adults could young people grasp moral behaviours and become law-abiding citizens.

On the other hand, I strongly believe that not all children are obliged to attend a school until eighteen. A notable exception is for those with poor academic performance. There are multiple cases of successful entrepreneurs who drop out of school, yet managed to establish a thriving business without any formal education background. In other words, there is no one-size-fits-all approach to learning. Some individuals would learn best through direct contacts with real life circumstances. In addition, gifted kids with special talents should be noticed and nurtured in a different training course to boost their innate ability to the fullest. For example, a girl bestowed with a great voice should spend time on practicing singing skills so that her talent can prosper instead of learning subjects which are not her forte.

In short, compulsory education until the age of eighteen is acceptable since children in teenage years still lack intellectual and emotional maturity. However, the essence of education is to tap into the potential in learners. Therefore, kids should be given the freedom to follow the most suitable learning path based on their individual style and inborn talents.

Bài mẫu số 02 chủ đề stay at school untill 18 (band 9)

It is mandatory for students to complete secondary education before going to work in most countries. Even some people opine that they should be allowed to drop out to pursue their own interests, I still agree that compulsory education before adulthood is part and parcel to our adolescents since they could acquire the universal knowledge and social skills required to survive in today’s world.

To begin with, high school education is essential to students in getting better opportunities after they graduate. For instance, learning a worldwide foreign language like English enable them to communicate and work with people around the world. This could increase their competitiveness in the job market and they may even end up working overseas. Hence, Students should stay on campus until 18.

In addition to this, campus life is vital to the personal growth of our younger generation. We, as human, are social animals that depend on each other. It is crucial for youngsters to develop the ability to socialize. For example, spending time with their peers and teachers could help them familiar with communal life, which would be a valuable experience for them in the workplace. As a result, Secondary education should be mandatory for everyone.

In conclusion, knowledge from textbooks and classes as well as the social life on campus is beneficial for students in getting more opportunities and getting along with their colleagues and other people. Therefore, the authority should stop students from quitting secondary school before they are grown up. However, it is predicted that more and more students would leave before graduation for different reasons.

Bài mẫu số 03 chủ đề stay at school untill 18 (band 8)

There is an argument that students should finish complete their education programs in schools until reaching 18. In my opinion, I totally agree with this point of view. 

There are some convincing reasons why people should not leave school before 18 years old. Firstly, the more time students learn in schools, the more knowledge they gain. Schools, also, provide people with educational environments, where people can improve their social skills, especially teamwork skills, and develop their relationships that they all need in the future. Secondly, people will not be able to go on to universities and colleges if they did not have a high school diploma. After completing university, people can have more opportunities to get a better job with much higher salaries, compared to those who just finish secondary school. For instance, in Vietnam, people will be more successful in their careers with a college degree.

On the other hand, those who lack of academic knowledge will find tough in making a living. For example, without expert skills and knowledge, many just can take up manual labour jobs, which is often plodding and low-income. Moreover, mainly because they are not enough mature to make a right decision. Therefore, people who exposed to the real world at an early age will not be able to avoid the temptations as well as easily have unlawful activities.

In conclusion, for the reasons mentioned before, I have always believed that human beings should study and finish their education at high schools until they are 18.

Bài mẫu 4 [Dạng Agree/Disagree]

People who start a university course but do not complete it should be fined. Do you agree or disagree?

Bài mẫu số 01

Of the number of undergraduates that begin a course of tertiary study, there is a percentage of those that do not finish the course, but the argument that they should therefore be financially penalised is riddled with potential problems.

It needs to be considered first of all what motivated the student to leave their studies before they have graduated. If the decision was made due to financial constraints, then clearly adding an additional fine is simply adding to the pressure. For example, there are many older people who decide to go back to university but may already have a mortgage and dependent children, and may consequently find that their income is insufficient to cover their needs.

Moreover, rather than attempting to make the student pay, it might be better to consider whether the student was actually given sufficient support during their studies. There are situations where the student may feel that they are not following the course and are unable complete the required assignments, and therefore leave the course. Retention rates may be improved if there were personal tutors on hand to offer advice to those students who are losing confidence in their ability to remain on the course.

On the other hand, there is an argument that the risk of a penalty would dissuade people from starting courses that they were not particularly motivated to complete in the first place.
In conclusion, therefore, although the idea of being charged for non completion of a course would perhaps reduce the number of uncommitted enrolments, it is not an advisable solution for genuine students.

Bài mẫu số 02 band 8.5

Recently, extensively attention has been put on the education problem. Some people argue that students who are not able to finish their course at university should be punished. I do not agree with this viewpoint. In this essay, I will give some detailed explanations to support my opinion.

First of all, those students having unfinished courses should not be fined because some individuals can have inevitable reasons such as financial pressure. For example, students who are lack financial support may not be able to put all their energy and time into study. If a student is from an economically disadvantaged family, they may need to find a part-time job to pay their tuition fees. As a result, they have to balance their work and study life. In this case, they may have problems with their study, and cannot finish the course.

Furthermore, punishment on people who not complete the courses should not be applied because students have the right to determine what they would like to study. For instance, a student in his/her first year may register in various courses because they are not sure what subject they are interested in. So, it is possible that they could quit a course after having started it because they find they are not interested in that course. If this is the situation, I do not think the student who is trying to find their interests should be punished.

In conclusion, those individuals who are not able to complete a course after starting it should not be fined because they may not be able to finish the course due to financial pressure or their preferences.

Bài mẫu 5 – Business/ science or arts[Dạng Agree/Disagree]

Bài mẫu số 01 chủ đề “business/ science or arts”

Studying business or science related subjects at university level is more important that arts related courses like literature. Do you agree or disagree?

When considering tertiary level education, there is a school of thought that believes that studying more practical topics such as commerce, physics or biology is more valuable to society than spending time focussed on novels and other literary subjects. However, this argument is flawed for a number of reasons as will now be presented.

Although certain fields of study lead more directly into a position of employment, university education is valuable not only for the education learned but also as an indication that the person has the ability to learn, and as such it is irrelevant whether it is a career based course of study or something more intangible, like the arts. It suggests to potential employers that person can learn new skills, and this is often as important as what is already known.

Moreover, those that complete an arts related degree could potentially go on to be writers, poets or playwrights, for example, and thus contribute to society in a cultural form rather than financially or technologically. The opinion that the writer is of less worth than the scientist is very biased, especially when it comes to a contribution to society.

Admittedly, there is the point that science and business related education can financially benefit a country, whereas art and literature does not offer the same value economically. However, a country’s wealth is not calculated in financial terms alone.

In sum, therefore, both types of education offer advantages to the country, so neither should be preference over the other as both have a degree of value to society. 

Bài mẫu số 02 chủ đề “business/ science or arts”

It is more important for students to study history and literature than it is for them to study science and mathematics. Do you agree or disagree with the following statement? Use specific reasons and examples to support your opinion.

Many people believe that students should give more attention to the subjects of history and literature rather than mathematic or science. I personally disagree with the statement, as I believe that all subjects that are taught in school are important and the following paragraphs will explain some of the reasons in details.

Firstly, it is a fact that all subjects that are delivered at school are important. All the subjects that are thought in school will be useful for students when they grow up, even though each student will be a specialised in some specific subject. For example, although a student might become a history teacher in the future, it is essential for him/ her to learn about mathematic and economics as well. Since as a teacher, he/ she will be given other tasks besides tutoring such as preparing the expenditure budget of his class for one year and that require some accounting and calculation skills.

Secondly, it is obvious that all individuals have their own different talent. Some students may have a personal interest in studying in English literature while others might have the passion in learning physical science. And if the school only focus on studying two or three particular subjects such as literature or history, then it would be unfair for students who have the passion in mathematic or science.  

In conclusion, I do not agree that school should emphasise more on the subjects of history and literature than mathematics or science. I do believe that schools should teach each of the subjects proportionately since all of the subjects are beneficial for the students. Besides that, each of the students has his own different talent, therefore school cannot enforce students to focus studying some specific subject only.

Bài mẫu số 03 chủ đề “business/ science or arts”

Some people believe that students should study more history and literature. However, other people think that studying science and mathematics is more important. From my experience and observation, I think that students should study both science and history. Below, I will outline some basic reasons to support my opinion.

First of all, I believe that studying history and literature is important for the range of interests of students and people on the whole. It extends the range of interests and teaches people to analyse their history. Every person should know the history of the country where he or she was born. Knowledge of one’s roots and origins gives the opportunity to understand many things that are around.
Second of all, I think that this kind of knowledge is essential for students who are going to be lawyers, newspapermen, political figures, etc. One more reason to study history is that it helps one to analyse mistakes made by ancestors or learn from their wise decisions. From the other side, I think that it is also important for students to study science. Personally, I like studying mathematics because for me it is very interesting to work with figures, analyse them, develop different ways to solve the problem. It teaches one to think logically and improves one’s ability to think non-typically. I think it is great.

Studying of science allows people to improve their living conditions, make discoveries, develop innovations, etc. Scientists work on new vaccines and pills to make our life longer and happier. They make researches in different fields from medicine to space. Because of this kind of knowledge humankind has opportunities to watch TV, fly, using jet aeroplanes, surf the Internet, play computer games, watch movies, drive cars, etc.

In conclusion, I think that students must study many things including science and literature in order to succeed in the modern world.

Bài mẫu 6 – foreign language [Dạng Agree/Disagree]

It is very important for people to be able to speak more than one language. Therefore, children should start learning a foreign language as young as possible. Do you agree or disagree?

Bài mẫu số 01 chủ đề “foreign language”

Increasing globalisation has made it almost essential for many people to learn more than their native tongue so they can converse with people from other countries, and there are strong arguments to be made in support of acquiring second or even third languages as a young child, as will now be considered.

Perhaps the most persuasive reason is that children have a far better ability to learn when young compared to later on in life. Information is more readily absorbed and put into practice, and younger children are able to retain what they are taught. It has also been proven that when learning a language at a young age, a child is able to better pronounce words or sounds that may be absent in their own language. In addition, younger children also have fewer external concerns to contend with. To illustrate, a parent with a job, bills and the responsibilities of looking after their children will be less able to focus on learning a new language compared to a child who is simply attending school. The younger the better, as this also means that they are not yet overwhelmed with homework and other preoccupations common to students in their early and mid teens.

Granted, there is an argument that attempting to learn an additional language at an early age may result in the child confusing the primary and secondary language, meaning they may not have a good a grasp of their home language as other children. However, this can be negated by having specific and separate classes for each language, improving skills in both.

In conclusion, assuming the classes are well taught, then the advantages outweigh the negatives.

Bài mẫu số 02 chủ đề “foreign language”

Today, learning foreign languages is a great beneficial skill because we live in a communicated era and knowing different languages makes communication easier, therefore I personally agree that foreign language should be taught to children as early as possible.

Firstly, human brain ability will decrease when they grow up. Several recent research indicates that children can memorise and understand new languages automatically after they are born until 4 years, and afterwards, this ability will decrease. So adults need more efforts to learn such things. As a result, it is better that somebody trains them as soon as they start school.

Furthermore, in this age children do not have any involvement in important tasks or problems, because they do not have any responsibility to worry about and can concentrate on their study, they can learn new things quickly and more efficiently. On the contrary, adults concern about jobs, earning, future, personal and social life and many other things. Also, they can learn another language more easily in their childhood than in adolescence period.

Finally, some people disagree with this matter and claim that the other subjects are more important than learning foreign languages and it is better that teachers allocated the time of this subject to another field such as mathematics and science, however, researchers believe that learning a foreign language help to improve other skills, since it is very challenging and enhance the brain’s abilities.

In conclusion, I personally think, children should learn another language as soon as possible because their brains are more ready to understand new information and also they have less distraction when they study.

Bài mẫu số 03 chủ đề “foreign language at kid”

It is believed that the best time to learn a foreign language is at the early age. Therefore, some people think children should be taught new language as they start school. I personally disagree with the statement, since the children might get stressed, and there are other lessons which are more important than a foreign language. The following paragraphs will explain some of the reasons in detail.

Firstly, it is undeniable that children start their formal education at an early age these days. Some parents have registered their children at the age of three or four, but others have enrolled their children at the age of two. During these periods, children are in the process of learning their mother tongue language. They are still learning the alphabetical words, pronunciation, grammar and vocabularies of their native languages. If the children are then taught a new language, then there is a risk that the children might get mixed up or confused.

Secondly, the early-aged children should focus on learning other important things, besides a new language. They should learn subjects like arts and sport. Art is an essential subject for the children as it teaches them about colours and creativities, while sports are also vital for the development of the children’s physical appearance. Besides that, it is also important to teach the children about numbers as well, as it is beneficial for their further studies.

In conclusion, I personally disagree that the children should learn a foreign language at the early age. It is better for the children to focus on their native language first, and there are other subjects which are more important for them to learn.

Bài mẫu số 03 chủ đề “foreign language at kid”

Language is the best means of communication. In the modern globalisation era, it is not enough to be able to speak one language to communicate with the outside world. I strongly support the idea that children should begin learning a foreign language as soon as they start school. They faster become familiar with a strange language, improve their hearing ability to understand new words as time goes by and learn new words. In the following paragraphs, I will list some reasons to support my position.

First of all, if one wants to see outcome soon, one must start sooner. So, the early children begin to learn a new language the better will be the result. Scientists say that a child does not confuse two different languages but learns them more effectively. If children learn a foreign language at an early age, then he/she can cope with the different cultures and enjoy a better position to read more books written in foreign language.

Second, adults are often afraid to make mistakes when they are speaking in a new language. This fear is one of the biggest barriers for a person in his efforts to speak freely. Otherwise, children do not afraid of making grammatical mistakes because basically they just repeat words and sentences in the way they hear them. Also, children have a better chance to get rid of an accent. They faster get used to the right pronunciation and better feel the melody of a language.

To sum up, I think that it is essential for children to begin learning a foreign language in their early ages. It brings many benefits such as great pronunciation. Also, it helps a child develop and gain more knowledge which is good for a long run.

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