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Directions: For this part, you are allowed thirty minutes to write a composition on Green Olympics，You should write at least 120 words according to the suggestions given bellow in Chinese;
Olympic Games, as we all know, is a historic sports meeting. “Green Olympics”, is one of the three themes of Beijing 2008 Olympic Games. At present, people’s life is being flooded with exhaust gas from automobile, blue film, waste water and so on. Owing to these phenomena, we should advocate “Green Olympics”, and I am positive of this point.
Two possible reasons are as follows. Firstly, environmental protection benefits people’s health. In terms of increasing number of trashes around us, such as white plastic bags, one-off cups and chopsticks, it is sensible of disposing of them reasonably. So we ought to use clean technology, renewable and recyclable materials. Secondly, environmental protection is crucial to our country, and even to the world. Lots of countries attached more attention to embrace the Olympic spirits—“higher, faster, and stronger”.
In conclusion, as college students and the young generation, we should try our best to advocate “Green Olympics”. The 2008 Olympic Games will be a green and unique Olympics.
Should grad student be paid higher than non-grads?
Should grad students be paid higher than non-grads?
In our country, it is obvious now that the university graduates earn more money than non-graduates. I quite agree with those graduates who have paid a lot for their studies and expect to make more for either himself or his family.
However, it is not so optimistically for those who hope to make it. The critical career competition makes them frustrated due to many factors involved. One of the utmost factors is that they feel what they anticipate is not matching up with what they have found in reality. Many university graduates are not satisfied with what they get for what they have done. As a matter of fact, some of them expect so unrealistic that they immediately lose the credit to the workforce they belong to.
On the contrary, some of the non-grads who are more realistic in career hunting tend to get more satisfied job compared with graduates. Thus what really matters here in salary balance is how one can contribute to the organization rather than what background they hold. The tuition is really high in China. Many high quality students due to this have lost their academic pursuit. Any responsible government should inevitably take this burden and put more money in order to bring up better next generation for the nation.
Students’ Rating of Their Teachers
Students’ Rating of Their Teachers
Nowadays, it has become as common in colleges and universities for students to grade teachers as for teachers to grade students. In some universities students’ rating has even become the only source of information on teaching effectiveness.
This, however, has caused great controversy. Some are in favor of the rating system. They hold that since students attend the teachers’ classes everyday, they should have their opinion about their teachers’ effectiveness. Others, on the contrary, are strongly against it. They believe that there is much more to teaching than what is shown on students’ rating forms. Students should not be expected to judge whether the materials used are up to date or how well the teacher knows about the subject. These judgments require professional knowledge, which is best left for the teachers’ colleagues.
I think students’ rating of their teachers is necessary, but it should be conducted in a way that can really shed meaningful light on teachers’ performance. Instead of rating the teachers’ knowledge on the subject, students should be asked to estimate what they themselves have leaned in a course, and to report on such things as a teacher’s ability to communicate with students, his relationship with students, and his ability to arouse interest in the subject.