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2016年3月11日托福写作范文

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2016年3月11日托福写作范文
Agree or disagree: students do reading by their own is as important as or more important than the reading teachers assigned.  范文赏析  Reading is a process of procuring knowledge and the ways of reading vary for students between reading on their own and reading as told by their teachers. As for me, it will be more beneficial to read books in line with students’ wishes.  For one thing, students should read what they are curious about and can find interests in, which can find wide application among college students in particular. In order to hone one’s talents and crafts with specific purpose, college students will find the more practical books to read to strengthen their competence for their future competing with other rivals in the job market. Take Steve Jobs as an example. After attending the college just for a few months, he couldn’t figure out how the college life would help him in the future except for imposing his working family enormous financial pressure.Then, he decided to drop out so he could stop taking the required classes and reading the assigned reading materials that did not interest him and began dropping in on the ones that looked interesting. Finally, the last several months for his college life turned out to be priceless later on since he took a calligraphy class and read the relative books, the knowledge of which had been applied to produce the first computer with beautiful typography. Evidently, part of Steve Job’s accomplishments can prove how essential for students to read by following their own curiosity and intuition.  For another thing, students can be more absorbed in the books that they like. To be more specific, compared with the assigned papers or articles, students’ incentive can be more stimulated by reading what they like. For instance, the prevailing notion of children’s education is that they should develop their own interests by reading what can intrigue their inquisitiveness or stimulate their imagination. Therefore, there is a voice coming out today that more freedom needs to be given to primary school students so that they can read some more interesting books like the science-fiction novels or tales and etc. Besides, too much focus on cultivating students’ academic abilities and the ignorance of developing their overall qualities will lead to the development of elites with less morality. Obviously, the benefits of reading books by students themselves and the detriment of just reading as assigned by teachers can tell us how important to give students’ rights to choose what they read.  Admittedly, reading what teachers assigned can be of also importance. In other words, teachers will be familiar with which area students should be improved to achieve better academic performance. For instance, teachers will require students to engage in extensive reading to increase students’ reading ability. However, it can not be the reason to regard reading as students wish as inferior because students can better improve their reading ability by being absorbed in what they like most.  To conclude, students should enjoy the rights to decide what they read.
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beneficial [.beni'fiʃəl]
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adj. 有益的,有利的
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engage [in'geidʒ]
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v. 答应,预定,使忙碌,雇佣,订婚
 
intuition [.intju:'iʃən]
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n. 直觉,直觉的知识
 
particular [pə'tikjulə]
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adj. 特殊的,特别的,特定的,挑剔的
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prevailing [pri'veiliŋ]
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adj. 盛行很广的,一般的,最普通的
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strengthen ['streŋθən]
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v. 加强,变坚固
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enormous [i'nɔ:məs]
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adj. 巨大的,庞大的
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performance [pə'fɔ:məns]
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n. 表演,表现; 履行,实行
n. 性能,本
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absorbed [əb'sɔ:bd]
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adj. 一心一意的;被吸收的 v. 吸收;使全神贯注(
 
curiosity [.kjuəri'ɔsiti]
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