Retirement age retirement retirement age argument increase reduce compulsory faithful implement leisure
28.01.2014 Skimming Think about the questions 1.The passage mainly talks about_____. 2. The second paragraph is maily to tell us ______. 3. The third paragraph is maily to tell us _______. 4. The passage mainly is to intended to tell us _______. 5. The structure of the passage is____.
28.01.2014 2. The second paragraph is maily to tell us that______. A. The older people should continue working as long as they are able. B. The older people have more knowledge than the young. C. The older peopleare more willing to carry out the company policy than the young. 1.The passage mainly talk about_____. A. retirement B. retirement age C. the employees
28.01.2014 A. Older people can't do their work well. B. Young people usually have new ideas. C. It's better for older people to retire on time. 3. The third paragraph is maily to tell us that___.
28.01.2014 4. The passage mainly is to tell us _______. A. The age of Older employees should be increased. B. The age of old employees should be reduced. C. Giving more choices over their retirement age will benefit society and the individual.
28.01.2014 5. The structure of the passage is____. A. CP B. C.
Retirement is a point where a person stops employment completely. The "standard" retirement age varies from country to country, but it is generally between 50 and 70, according to the latest statistics. However, for a long time, people have got into an argument about whether the age of employment should be increased or reduced in their countries. Para1: Introduction scanning
There are several arguement for allowing older people to continue working as long as they are able. Many people think that the older employees have a large amount of knowledge and experience which can be lost to a business of organization if they are made to retire. Besides, older employees are often extremely faithful employees and are more willing to implement company policies than the young. A more important point is regarding the attitudes in society to old people. To force someone to resign or retire at 60 or 65 indicates that the society does not value the input of these people and that that effectively their useful life is over. Para2: View.1
View 1: 1. Many people think that 2. Besides,...faithful and are more willing to implement company policies. 3. A more important point is....to force someone retire indicates that society does not value the input of these people.
Allowing old people to work indefinitely, however, is not always a good policy. Some people took the strong view that age alone is no guarantee of ability. Many young employees have more experience or skills than older staff, who may have been stuck in one area for most of their working lives. Having compulsory retirement allows new ideas in an organization. On the other hand, older people should be rewarded by society for their lifes labor by being giben generous pensions and the freedom to enjoy leisure. They can have time to do whatever they like, that is, they can have their own plans or roles and achieve their retirement goals. Para3: View.2
1. Some people took the strong view that.... View 2: 2. On the other hand,....older employees should enjoy leisure.
With many young people unemployed or frustrated in low-level positions, there are often calls to compulsorily retire older workers. However, this can affect the older individuals freedom---and right---to work. In my opinion, giving workers more choices over their retirement age will benefit society and the individual. Para4: Conclusion
28.01.2014 How to write? 60% 40% 1 1 2 2 3 4.... 3....
The structure of this passage Para.1 Introduction Para.2 View1 Para.3 View 2 Para.4 C onclusion
28.01.2014 1. 100 2. 3. mobile phones senior high school students make a survey convenient
28.01.2014 1. How many passages will you write? 2. What will you write to start your passage? 3. For the different views, how to express? 4. How to end the passage? Group discussion
28.01.2014 Attention Write out the outline of the passage. Report your discussion results.
Mobile phones become more and more popular among senior high school students. Is it good to have a mobile phone? I made a survey about this. 60% of the people think that students can not have mobile phones. They say that students will fall behind in their school if they spend too much time on the phone. Also, this will cost their parents a lot of money. What's more, the ringing of the phone is rude to teachers. While, 40% people argue that students can have one. it is convenient for studnets to communicate with their families. In addition, It is cool to have one in hand. In my opinion, it's wise for students to pay more attention on studies when in school. only in this way, can we realize our dreams.
28.01.2014 other expressions for introduction a. opinions are divided on this question. b. different people hold different opinions. c. people have taken different attitudes towards..... d. people have different opinions on this problem. e. people take different views on this question.
28.01.2014 other expressions for different views The use of the linking words( while/ on the other hand/ but... besides/ apart from/what's more/still/in addition/moreover/...
28.01.2014 other expressions for conclusion a. In my opinion/personally/for my part... b. As far as I'm concerned,... c. In short/ in brief/in a word,...