Writing lesson #2

Writing lesson #2

Chúng ta cùng theo theo dõi một video rất ấn tượng với thầy Bùi Đức Tiến. Trong video này thầy sẽ biểu diễn viết 6 bài essay trong vòng 60 phút: thật đáng ngạc nhiên đúng không các bạn!


6 đề essay thầy viết trong video này như sau:

Question 1: Completing university education is thought by some to be the best way to get a good job. On the other hand, other people think that getting experience and developing soft skills is important.

Discuss both sides and give your opinion.

Question 2: Famous actors and some professional sports people can command a very high salary. Some people think that this is fair because salaries should be based on people’s gifts and talents. Others, however, believe that a person’s salary should be based on their contribution to society.

Discuss both sides and give your opinion.

Question 3: In many developing countries, there is an increasing movement of workers from rural areas into the cities.

Why do you think this happens?

What problems can this cause?

Question 4: In some developing countries, it is difficult to get good teachers to work in rural areas which can have a negative impact on the education of children in those rural communities.

Why do you think good teachers do not want to work in rural areas in developing countries?

What could be done to solve this problem?

Question 5: Some people with a good education and experience in their field decide to move abroad to work.

Why do you think that is?

What problems does this cause?

Question 6: Some people think that employers should ensure a supportive and pleasant work environment where each employee is respected and valued equally while others think employers should focus instead on providing better facilities and equipment.

What is your opinion?

Writing lesson #1

Writing lesson #1

Writing luôn là kỹ năng khó đối với người học, do đó chúng ta luôn cần tìm hiểu kỹ năng bố cục bài cũng như tăng cường từ vựng. Các bạn hãy cùng xem video dưới đây của thầy Tiến để cùng rút kinh nghiệm nhé!