SSAT考试大纲的最后一个一部分是写作,写作一部分不但要磨练学员的言语水准,也是对考生逻辑思维工作能力的鉴定。要想在写作中拿高分数,把握很多的SSAT考题语汇不可或缺。下边人们重中之重看一下SSAT写作题目及文章结构。期待对考生们有一定的协助。

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SSAT考试大纲中的最终一部分是写作一部分。尽管写作一部分不记分,但也一样会跟成绩表一起寄赠给申请办理院校。

SSAT写作题目

但也SSAT优秀作文题目关键分成三类别:俗语(proverb)、陈述(statement)及开放性难题(open question)。三类题目举例以下:

俗语类举例:

Topic: Practice makes perfect. Assignment: Do you agree or disagree with the topic statement? Support your position with one or two specific examples from your own experience, the experience of others, current events, history, or literature.

陈述类举例: Topic: Students should wear uniforms to school. Assignment: Do you agree or disagree with the topic statement? Support your position with one or two specific examples from your own experience, the experience of others, current events, history, or literature.

开放性难题举例1: If I could visit another city, I would choose…

开放性难题举例2: How can we help the elderly in our community?

俗语与陈述类话题讨论相近,题目由两一部分构成:topic和assignment,写作规定为:对于话题讨论表明态度(agree or disagree);随后选用1-2个实际的事例适配见解,事例来自考生自身的生活经验导致、他人的生活工作经验、时事热点、历史时间及其史学。开放性难题种类比较繁多,一般 有二种方式:1. 得出一个不详细的语句,让考生将该句话填补详细,并做为文章内容的开始再次写下去;2. 得出一个难题让考生回应。

文章内容的构造

SSAT文章内容一般 写4-5段,一共分成三个一部分:开始(introduction)、主杆(body)和末尾(conclusion)。开始和末尾各一段,主杆写2-3段。 以下是各一部分的相对模版、句式等。从而能够看得出只能把握很多的SSAT考题语汇,才可以写成一篇极致的文章内容。

题目举例

以下是三类题目的各自举例,题目来自:各种教材、模拟试题及其考试真题。

Proverb

1. The grass is always greener on the other side of the fence.

2. Every cloud has a silver lining.

3. Experience is the best teacher.

4. Actions speak louder than words.

5. Haste makes waste.

6. Two heads are better than one.

7. Beauty is in the eye of the beholder.

8. The best things in life are free.

9. All that glitters is not gold.

10. All things are difficult before they are easy.

11. Practice makes perfect.

12. Nothing can be gained without some loss.

13. Winter comes fast on the lazy.

14. Honesty is the best policy.

15. The first step is the hardest.

16. Cooperation is better than competition.

17. Good ideas often come as jokes.

18. To destroy is easier than to build.

19. Without valley there will be no peak.