Bài mẫu IELTS Speaking Part 3 chủ đề Education - Phần 4

Bài Mẫu Topic Education - IELTS Speaking Part 3 - Phần 4 Topic, Question, kèm Sample, Vocabulary và free dowload PDF...

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📝 Sample từng câu

Gợi ý câu trả lời mẫu cho từng vấn đề trong IELTS Speaking Part 3 chủ đề Education.

Do you think children would like the rhythm of songs or poems? Why?

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I think children don’t just like

melodies and rhythms
, they
subconsciously
love it. That’s why you can see most of the basic lessons for young children are always in the form of
jingles and nursery rhymes
. For example, the ABC song helps them to learn the alphabet and its order, while Old McDonald Had A Farm helped them to be familiar with
typical animals
and the sound they make. I think this is because melodies and the way words in songs and poems
rhyme
with each other just make words become fun, and children love fun don’t they?

Do you think it is easier for children to learn a song or poem than adults? Why?

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Nope, I don’t think so at all. I think when it comes to learning a song, how quick you learn and remember it depends on how much you relate to the

lyrics
. For example, my little brother and cousins would
pick up
nonsense pop songs
, and even
silly commercial jingles
very quickly, while I have also seen my mom
fully memorize
the lyrics and even the
ad libs
to the latest ballad by her
fave
diva in just a morning. So I think nowadays older people find it hard to learn new songs because of the
lyrical content
and not because of their age.

What can people learn from songs or poems?

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I don’t know about others but I think it would be how to

express their emotions
. A lot of people find it difficult to understand the feelings that they are having, or even to
acknowledge
them at all. Meanwhile, songs and poems not only
portray
, but also
dive deep
into an extremely wide range of different emotions, from basic ones like happy, sad, to even very specific ones, like the
sensation
of
standing still
on the beach, letting the waves
wash over
your feet or even the feeling of being
lost and disoriented
when you are in your mid 20s. It’s not only nice to be able to finally
put such emotions into words
, but it is also nice to know that you are not alone in this.

Should teachers and parents teach children how to cook?

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⇒ I couldn't agree more with this. Young people seem to think that since they are living in the age where they could always

log onto an app
and have hot food delivered to them, cooking is an
unnecessary
skill. But from my own experience, you could never know when you would
end up alone
with no app to use. Back when I studied abroad in Denmark, my roommate was another Vietnamese kid who came from a very
well-off
family. The first day in the dorm, he
bragged
to me about how he almost never
stepped foot in
the kitchen since his mom did not want him to
get injured
. The bragging stopped after barely a week. There were no food delivery services in that city, and supermarkets did not have
ready meals
like in Vietnam, so after 2-3 days of having only instant noodles and cereals, he knocked on my door and
begged
me to teach him some basic cooking skills. Therefore, I really believe cooking and
food processing
is a basic survival skill, and with the current pandemic stopping all food delivery apps, I’m so glad my mom
dragged
me into the kitchen back then.

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📚 Vocabulary

to be familiar with something
/tuː biː fəˈmɪliə wɪð ˈsʌmθɪŋ/
(adj). Quen thuộc với một thứ gì đó
vocab
to relate to something
/tuː rɪˈleɪt tuː ˈsʌmθɪŋ/
(verb). Đồng cảm được với điều gì đó
vocab
to memorize something
/tuː ˈmɛməraɪz ˈsʌmθɪŋ/
(verb). Ghi nhớ điều gì đó
vocab
to acknowledge something
/tuː əkˈnɒlɪʤ ˈsʌmθɪŋ/
(verb). Công nhận điều gì đó
vocab
to put something into words
/tuː pʊt ˈsʌmθɪŋ ˈɪntuː wɜːdz/
(verb). Biến điều gì đó thành lời
vocab
to brag about something
/tuː bræg əˈbaʊt ˈsʌmθɪŋ/
(verb). Khoe khoang về điều gì đó
vocab
to get injured
/tuː gɛt ˈɪnʤəd/
(adj). Bị thương
vocab
to drag somebody (to/into) somewhere
/tuː dræg ˈsʌmbədi tuː ɔː ˈɪntuː ˈsʌmweə/
(verb). Lôi kéo ai đó vào đâu đó
vocab

✨ Bài tập exercise

Mình cùng làm 2 bài tập sau đây để ôn lại các từ vựng và cấu trúc đã được dùng trong bài Sample IELTS Speaking chủ đề Education nhé!

Exercise 1:

1 Người ta yêu thích nhạc của cô ấy vì họ có thể đồng cảm được rất nhiều với lời bài hát

=> People love her songs because they could

her lyrics a lot

 

2 Nỗi buồn của cô ấy không thể diễn tả bằng lời

=> Her sadness couldn't

 

3 Anh ta khoe khoang không ngừng nghỉ về cái điện thoại mới của mình

=> He keeps

his new phone

 

4 Anh ấy đã bị thương vì tập luyện sai cách

=> He

because he practiced the wrong way

 

5 Cô ấy phải tự mình lôi bao khoai tây vào nhà => She had to

the bag of potato inside all by herself

💡 Gợi ý

bragging about

drag

be put into words

relate to

got injured

Exercise 2:

QUIZ 1/5

Which is the synonym for 'well-off'?

talented

0% chọn

wealthy

0% chọn

versatile

0% chọn

I haven't been familiar ____ the weather here in Beijing.

If you do something subconsciously, you ________

'My little brother and cousins would pick up nonsense pop songs very quickly'

=> What does 'pick up' mean in this case?

Which is the synonym for 'disoriented'?

Exercise 3:

Điền các từ/cụm từ phù hợp vào chỗ trống

 

Các giai điệu và nhịp điệu

=>

01.
and
02.

 

Ca khúc ngắn và những nhịp điệu thiếu nhi

=> Jingles and

03.
rhymes

 

Những bài hát quảng cáo nhảm nhí

=> Silly

04.
jingles

 

Nội dung lời bài hát

=>

05.
content

 

Xúc cảm

=>

06.

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